Do you ever feel like you have no control over when you feel motivated and when you don’t? Then, you’re gonna love this week’s success strategy. Motivation is the force that drives us to do things. But most of us are completely unaware of exactly what inspires us into action (hint: it’s different for everyone). Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Mindset and Personal Development
I had some great intentions to get a lot of writing done.
Unfortunately that’s all it ever amounted to — great intentions. (As in the road to hell is paved with good intentions.) Read the rest of this post »
As you develop your Strategic Success Plan, your current life style and expected lifestyle will be key factors as your plan unfolds.
Be sure to sharpen your interest in learning, knowing, feeling, thinking, and acting. Read the rest of this post »
Along life’s journey, I have developed five personal core values. They represent the things I want to have in my life. I always review these core values as I establish new intentions. They are: Read the rest of this post »
In this week’s success strategy, we’re gonna talk about something most people have backwards…Switching up the order of these 3 little words can change everything for you! Instead of “have, do be”…think “be, do, have.” Read the rest of this post »
You created your business not only to help others with your skills, but also to have the freedom to work when you want.
But what many find is it is difficult to take extended time off from the business. After all, you wear a lot of hats and what will happen if you actually take a vacation? Read the rest of this post »
Years ago, I felt like I was living a little bit of a lie. Everything I put out there on my website was focused strictly on business, both client attraction and marketing. However, when you get more familiar with my work, you can start to see what’s on the inside: my spirituality. Read the rest of this post »
Vacation? You might ask, Monica, why are you writing about vacation now?
Here’s why: If you don’t start planning your Thanksgiving vacation, Christmas vacation and even your 2015 vacations– chances are you won’t take them. Read the rest of this post »
Please read these statements and pause to notice how you feel as you think about each one: Read the rest of this post »