Blog Archive: Mindset and Personal Development

Identifying Self Sabotage and Overcoming It

We live in a society where we love to hide how much we are working. We glorify images of people relaxing on the beach, reading novels in the park and frolicking with family and friends.

And I understand why – I mean really – who doesn’t love a great vacation? Or going on a trip with family or friends?

And on any given day – spending the day at the park does sound nicer than doing 4 sales conversations.

But I don’t believe that – as entrepreneurs – we inherently don’t like working. And most of my clients actually love most aspects of what they do (most being the key aspect here).

By Monica Shah

Do You Need to Pause in Your Business?

March was an interesting month for me.

Along with taking a week off to celebrate my dad’s birthday (his first birthday since Mom passed), I also played a key role in the copy and marketing strategy of a major 7-figure launch, had a big sale of my novel “The Stolen Twin” and had to finish up the edits on not one but TWO books (my next novel “Mirror Image” coming out in May and my “Love-Based Online Marketing” book which is available at a special 99 cents pre-order price right now).

And, I’m even more proud of the fact I got it all done. March was a very busy but very productive month.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

4 Steps to Changing Your Money Story (Even if You’ve Carried it For Decades)

Everything we experience in the world is a reflection of our thoughts. If you feel shame about celebrating money, you can’t expect money to celebrate you. -Marianne Williamson

We all carry a money story and it affects us every day, whether we’re aware of it or not.

We get programmed early in life: what our parents said about money and wealthy people while we were growing up, what our friends’ opinions were, our own personal experiences… even the messages in TV shows and movies help form our opinions.

By Christine Gallagher

What Happened to Those New Year’s Resolutions?

There are two great things about Spring – the weather and the weather.

But if you are anything like my clients – there’s also something that has disappeared a bit – it’s that excitement and energy and zeal that you had in January. It’s that feeling that you could do anything you wanted. That feeling that comes with a fresh sta

By Monica Shah

What Are You Thinking?

In all of my personal development classes – I think that best tool that I’ve learned is about how to be aware of the stories that we make up in our heads.

There’s nothing that can help you get through the disappointment, anger and frustration that can come up in business then to be aware of the stories that you are telling yourself.

By Monica Shah

3 Mindset Hacks I Whip Out When Things Get Funky

“Entrepreneurship is a full contact sport.”

“Entrepreneurship isn’t for the faint of heart.”

You’ve likely heard this before.

Heck, if you’re reading this you’re probably living it!

By Christine Gallagher

Have a Wild Love Affair With Your Business

I recently read Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Big Magic” book, and in it she talks about how she decided to have a wild love affair with her writing. (I’ve since seen other quotes around this idea of having a wild love affair with your art or creative project — most recently Lady Gaga. I’m not sure who came up with this first or if it was someone other than Gilbert and Lady Gaga but there it is.)

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Do You Surrender To Distractions? (Here’s What To Do)

When was the last time you beat yourself up for procrastinating, not getting enough done or lacking discipline in your business?

HA! Was it today?? 😉

An hour ago? :)

(No judgement here, but you definitely want to watch today’s video.)

By Fabienne Fredrickson

You, a Millionaire? Yes. Here’s How You Can Do It

The formula for making more money in your business is *easy*.


Yes. Want to know what it is?

By Fabienne Fredrickson

My Loving Challenge To Staci…and You.

I am consistently blown away by the quality of entrepreneurs we attract.

People who build businesses, not just to make lots of money (oh but they do!), but to move the planet forward.

Let’s be honest…we entrepreneurs are the game changers, the peace makers and the world’s catalysts.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

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