Blog Archive: Mindset and Personal Development

How I Got a Roomful of 150 Students To Pinky Swear

I’m with my Leverage Track students, teaching this particular group of 50+ six and seven figure business owners how to turn everything in their business into a SYSTEM, so they can gain their life back and dramatically multiply their revenues.

And you know what? I’ve yet to tell them HOW to do it.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

What’s Your Faith Immersion Practice? (Here’s Mine)

Entrepreneurship can be a roller coaster.

There’s ups. There’s downs.

There’s anxiety and failures.

There are some of the sweetest rewards you’ll ever experience in your life.

By Christine Gallagher

What Pitbull Learned From Tony Robbins

If you have been following me for a while you probably know that I think Pitbull is not only a great musical artist but also an amazing entrepreneur and a brilliant marketer. I was just on YouTube and I found this video of him on Ryan Seacrest’s show. In the video you will find out what Pitbull learned from Tony Robbins.

By Michele A Scism

There’s No Shame In Doing This (I Did It Too)

(In this week’s training video, you’re actually going to see a lot of the “real me” my students appreciate, meaning, I’m not sugar-coating anything. You’ll see me get on my soap box, I’ll gently swear, you’ll see my spiritual side and even witness my eyes well up in tears, all while I take a stand for you to stay out of fear as you build your business.)

OK, here goes. You’ve heard me say it before and I’ll say it again:

By Fabienne Fredrickson

I Really Screwed Up

Good is good enough! Yes, I believe that with all my heart. However, it doesn’t make it sting any less when I screw things up, and this time I really screwed up. I seem to screw up on a pretty regular basis. I have been known to put “message” in a Facebook post when I am on my way to get a massage. I am really good at calling people by the wrong name. I even send out emails with links that don’t work or go to the wrong place.

By Michele A Scism

How I Find Focus in a World of Distractions

How do you stay focused day to day?

If you don’t have systems, processes, and tools that create an environment for you to be fiercely focused, your time and the distractions that come up to fill that time will continue to control YOU.

In the past I’ve shared how I’ve added more discipline to my life – which I realized I desperately needed to do because the same things that had gotten me to one level were NOT going to get me to the next one.

Discipline is only part of the story. 

By Christine Gallagher

What My Novel “Mirror Image” Can Teach You About Biz

I’m launching my second novel “Mirror Image” — it’s a psychological thriller/mystery/suspense (you can grab your copy here). And, to celebrate, I thought it would be interesting to share “the story behind the story” about how that novel got birthed.

It was a long, difficult, painful, messy birth — I share it all on my fiction blog.

It’s a story about almost getting the gold to losing it all to having everything finally come together.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Are You a Creative Entrepreneur Who Has No Time To Be Creative?

It happens to all of us.

Life. Business. Family. Endless to-do lists. Client emergencies. Family emergencies.

And then, you wake up one day and realize you haven’t done squat for months (or maybe even longer than you care to think about) to nurture your own creativity.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

3 Tools to Use When You’re Feeling Stuck and in Inaction

If you’re a mama I hope you had a beautiful Mother’s Day.

My Mom taught me compassion, resilience, the importance of education, and how to be kind. I cherish her every day of the year. 🙂

Growing up she also helped me when I was feeling stuck, but once I was out on my own I had to learn a whole new set of tools for this.

It’s an icky place to be, isn’t it?

By Christine Gallagher

Too Fast or Too Slow: Why the Speed You’re Moving in Your Business May Be Hurting You

Years ago, I was at an event where the speaker was talking about keys to growing a successful business. And one of those keys was speed.

He said if you want a successful business, you need to move fast to capitalize on the money-making opportunities coming at you. According to him, the vast majority of entrepreneurs are moving far too slowly. Only a few err on the side of moving too fast, which turns into recklessness.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

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