I’m sure you’ve heard already that “attitude is everything”. Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Mindset and Personal Development
Today’s post is in honor of a comment from Shalini Yamdagni talking about enjoying the journey. Read the rest of this post »
Joanna inherited a real estate company from her father who passed away unexpectedly some years ago. She left behind a job she enjoyed, (working for a non-profit dedicated to helping low-income families find affordable housing), to take over running the small company; thinking that she could make a lot more money and feeling as though she owed it to her Dad’s memory to carry on the business he spent a life-time building. Read the rest of this post »
You’ve probably heard it before: when you’re depressed, or you need an extra boost of energy to start projects and follow through, it’s important to VISUALIZE success. Read the rest of this post »
This is another blogging question I hear a lot. (And if you don’t see your question or you’re still not sure about something, please feel free to post a question here or email at Ask@MichelePW.com) Read the rest of this post »
You boost your energy and transform your time when you focus on the positives in your life. You’ll be amazed at the impact it has, not only on your perspective but also on your energy, efficiency, effectiveness, and your day-to-day productivity.
So, how do you go about accomplishing this? Read the rest of this post »
I woke up in the middle of the night in a panic over everything I have to do.
Now, while I DO have a lot going on right now, it’s not like it’s any more or any less than what I normally am juggling.
What was interesting was some of the first things that popped into my head: Read the rest of this post »
How many books, tapes, and seminars have you taken in over the years, and how many of them can you point to as increased sources of profit – not just knowledge, but PROFIT – in your business? Read the rest of this post »
One of the most over-used clichés is attributed to Albert Einstein a German physicist. Einstein developed the theory of relativity and was also awarded the Nobel Prize in 1921 for his explanation of the phenomenon known as the photoelectric effect.
He came up with a doozy of a definition for insanity and it really clicked (or clichéd?). Read the rest of this post »
As I was straightening out the many many books on my bookshelves, I accidentally drop the book entitled: The Martha Rules – Part 1 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Build, or Manage a Business.
I read this book several years ago and before I knew it, I found myself flipping through the pages again. Read the rest of this post »