Archive: Mindset and Personal Development

July 28th, 2014
What Really Motivates Small Business Owners?

Susan Martin

Entrepreneurs, small business owners and self employed folks often have a whole list of entrepreneurial qualities and characteristics in common, some that motivate us and others that, well, sometimes get us into trouble. Today, I’d like to focus on what really motivates us to stay consistently stimulated, enthusiastic and compelled to keep working towards our goals. Read the rest of this post »

July 27th, 2014
From Fit & Fine to Fabulous Tip #7 – Strategies for Game-Changing, High-Achieving Women

Dr. Laureen Wishom

In a previous post, I discussed the importance of consistency. When I discovered that I had built up consistency, I knew it was time to quit waiting for the next big thing to come along before I was ready start—I realized that I was the next big thing and I am a masterpiece. Read the rest of this post »

July 26th, 2014
Build Your Courage Muscles

Kendall Summerhawk

Who are your feminine heroes? Are they women who have overcome adversity, accomplished something amazing, defied the odds, bounced back from setbacks or started with nothing? Read the rest of this post »

July 26th, 2014
You Gone Gump?

Justin Krane

“That day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run.” Read the rest of this post »

July 23rd, 2014
Creating a Legacy or Simply Making a Living

Michele A Scism

A couple of years ago I was having lunch with a friend of mine and she said to me “I find it interesting that most people I know leave insurance policy’s to their family but your family leaves businesses.” Read the rest of this post »

July 22nd, 2014
Turning “I Can’t” Into “I CAN”

Susan Martin

“I’ll never be able to do THAT…”, “forget it, it’s too hard…” “I’m not good at…” Read the rest of this post »

July 22nd, 2014
What To Do When Fear Gets In The Way Of Taking Action

Fabienne Fredrickson

Recently a student told me how she had a lot of fear about her small business and how to get clients. She had an enormous number of opportunities coming her way, but she felt afraid to take any action. That fear made her feel like a failure and unworthy of such opportunity. As a result she was paralyzed – she couldn’t seem to take the next step on anything. Read the rest of this post »

July 20th, 2014
Career Lessons from the Writer/Executive Producer of Scandal (TV Series)

Dr. Laureen Wishom

In a previous post, I shared one career lesson each from Sheryl Sandberg and Shonda Rhimes. In this post, I will share four more of Rhimes’ career lessons. Read the rest of this post »

July 19th, 2014
The Writing Life – How to Beat Resistance

Michele PW

Last week I wrote about “The War on Resistance” in both my “Writing Life” column and “Life, Biz and the Pursuit of Happiness” column. (Note — the idea of Resistance is inspired by the book “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield) but what I didn’t cover are the tools to beat Resistance.
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July 18th, 2014
Getting Unstuck

Susan Martin

When you run a business or work for yourself, the success of the business is dependent upon your ability to stay focused and move forward consistently. Read the rest of this post »

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