In my Tip 3 post, I discussed the importance of knowing your own definition of success. When you know your definition of success, you can then trust your instincts. It’s essential that you hone your intuition and then become comfortable making decisions about your life and business. Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Mindset and Personal Development
This morning, when you woke up. were you excited to start your day? Were you irritated to be awoken? If you had the former response, it’s likely that you see opportunity in even the most mundane experiences. If you had the second response (assuming you did not have a late night), you probably are stuck in a rut.
Whether you are in a rut, or just feeling things need to change, it’s time to take some action and embrace the everyday. Read the rest of this post »
You cannot live in fear and be successful!
You have to learn to take a risk. Listen, we’re all afraid of something but we can’t let it control us if we want to accomplish our goals. I don’t know about you, but I’m afraid of spiders. Yet I don’t move out of my house every time I see one. We all experience fear. It is our response to that fear that makes us stand out. Read the rest of this post »
This was the first time in about 10 years that I went on a vacation and really unplugged.
I guess it was because I was on my honeymoon! Read the rest of this post »
Sometimes I have these moments in my business where I am reminded so greatly of the importance of what we do within the Business School… and how meaningful the results are for our students… Read the rest of this post »
When encountering difficult situations, separating truth from emotion and adopting a successful business mindset can make a huge difference in both the outcome and the way you feel about it. Read the rest of this post »
Being an entrepreneur means we have to put ourselves on the line, every single day.
And being a woman entrepreneur means we have to recreate how we define success…and failure. Read the rest of this post »
One of my clients, Belanie Dishong (LiveAtChoice.com), teaches people how to have amazing relationships whether that is with other people, your career or your money. One of the things she teaches is that we are 100% responsible for everything that shows up in our lives. We choose it based on our words. I have heard her talk often about imagining a shelf with everything on it. It has new clients next to no clients, it has “I’ll always be broke” next to “I have abundant financial success”, and it has “This is too hard” next to “Money flows easily”. The trick is to choose wisely. Read the rest of this post »
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 »
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 »