The Road to Success IS NOT a Linear Process – But It Makes For Great Personal Growth!
This article will explore how our own expectation of the path to success being a linear process may get in the way of getting the results you are looking for. It will also show you how to best deal with it and give you 10 tips on how to make the most of your breakdowns.10 Steps to Conquering Procrastination!
You know there are things you absolutely need to do but just can’t bring yourself to get started. Here are 10 tips for conquering your procrastination.It Is Ok to Stop Beating Yourself Up!
Do you often criticize yourself for not getting enough done? Are you typically more frustrated with yourself at all the things you haven’t done that you wanted to do, than content with all you have accomplished?How Taking Risks Offers Huge Business Benefits
The biggest aversion people typically have towards taking risks is their fear of the unknown! This is especially true when you’re trying to grow your business online since any mistakes could cost you sales and income! Read further to discover 5 ways in which you or your business benefits by your willingness to leave your comfort zone and try new things!The Paradox of the Need to Control
We acknowledge some people as influential. Often influential people have a kind of wisdom about the way they move and talk. They tend to be expansive, as if on a mission to create a better world.What Do YOU Really Want?
How can you really pay attention to what your inner voice is telling you in a world where there is so much competing for your attention? Read on for some practical strategies you can use today.What Do YOU Really Want? (Part 2)
How can you hear what your inner voice is trying to tell you? Read on for strategies in this article, the second part of a two-part series.Diversify Yourself
Diversify yourself the best you can. This means, have multiple interests and make them a part of your life. If you are someone who enjoys working a lot, consider having multiple jobs. Find ways to diversify yourself in order to prevent burnout.Feeling Anxious? Maybe You’re Codependent
When my therapist told me I was codependent and that all of my anxiety issues stemmed from my dependency on others for approval, validation, acceptance and worthiness, I was confused, stunned, and bewildered. But as I took a leap of faith, and dove head first into researching this incredible, weblike emotional disease, my respect for understanding Self grew. If you are anxious, maybe you’re codependent, and maybe all you need is Love, and not that Zoloft.The 6 S’s To Support Your Self-Care
I don’t know about you, but it’s easy for me to take care of everything that needs to be done in my business, but it’s a constant effort and discipline for me to take “down time” for myself. Fortunately, my diet is great, which gives me a lot of energy, but it’s not easy for me to turn my business “off” to rest and relax. It’s hard because I absolutely love what I do and I’m driven to make a positive difference in the world, so to me it doesn’t even feel like work! And I know I’m not the only one. While this is also true of some men, I especially find that women entrepreneurs have a much more difficult time with this. We need to do a better job of taking care of ourselves.Beyond Positive Thinking
Recently, I heard a friend of mine who is experiencing a very troublesome illness speak eloquently about the power of positive thinking. More specially he said that positive, constructive and loving thoughts were essential and had helped him cope with the problems he had had. Naturally, I could only concur – positive thoughts are not only powerful, but also necessary if we are to have a happy life; and why is that important? Because having a happy life is better than having a miserable one, which is not provable but stronger than provable – it is simply axiomatic. Of course, there are people who prefer the certainty of their misery to the uncertainty of their potential joy, and stay wedded to unhappiness in much the same way as a baby is reluctant to forego its dummy, but that is another story. No, what I want to consider now is what another friend said in response to the original observation on positive thoughts: yes, they were good but it sometimes seems very difficult to have them.Does Your Career Resemble You?
Ever wonder why you got caught up in the opportunity you’re working only to secretly wonder, later on, why you started doing it in the first place? Let’s explore a way to increase your happiness and improve your lifestyle.