Blog Archive: Mindset and Personal Development

The Witness
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I was reading a book on meditation the other day. I’ve been meditating off and on since college and I find it to be something that has always helped me get through tough times. As an entrepreneur – there’s a concept from meditation that is super useful for running your business: developing The Witness.

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Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone
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My family and I were enjoying a vacation at a resort in Turks and Caicos. There were 11 of us – my sisters, their husbands and my nieces and nephews.

As my sister and I were walking up from the beach one morning, we saw my 16-year-old nephew Nilesh running at full speed to the other side of the resort. Before we knew it – my other nephew Nikhil grabbed his T-shirt and ran to follow his brother. My sister Tonya, in an unprecedented fashion – followed the boys in full sprint. We had to know what was going on.

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How I Rekindled My Creativity After A 6 Month Dry Spell
Holly Chantal - Founder of The Land of Brand: Branding Strategist and Website Designer


That’s what I live for. Following new ideas, adding to them, shaping them into something great. Finding the unnoticed intricacies of something intangible and often confusing and bringing them to the forefront into something beautiful, easy to understand, and deeply desired.

By Holly Chantal

Love-Based Money with Michele PW: Adam Urbanski – Episode 37
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

Creating a Specific, Result-Driven Plan to Get Your Business Exactly Where You Want It to Be. In this episode, Michele interviews Adam Urbanski, the Millionaire Marketing Mentor and founder of The Marketing Mentors, a coaching business that guarantees quick results. On the podcast, he shares advice for generating successful sales, and staying motivated in business and in life.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Take a Small Step For a Big Change
Robert Gerrish - Small Business Speaker, Writer & Commentator - Supporting Those Going it Alone

If you’re contemplating another year in business with even a smidgeon of dread and foreboding, spend five minutes reading this.

By Robert Gerrish

You Can’t Please Everyone… So Why Are You Trying So Hard To Do So?
Kathleen Gage - The Street Smarts Marketer™, CEO and founder of Turning Point, Inc. and Maxwell Publishing

Whether you’re an author, speaker, consultant or entrepreneur, if you’re at all visible online, you open yourself up to criticism, unsolicited feedback and sometimes, weirdos. I wish I could say the negative and weirdo stuff will never happen to you, but it does.

I don’t know if was mercury in retrograde, the way the wind was blowing or due to sending out more updates than usual, but a few days ago I received several messages from people on my subscriber list.

Before I share what their messages were about, let me set the stage for why I sent so many emails in a short period of time.

By Kathleen Gage

Why Things Need to Fall Apart Sometimes
Christine Gallagher - Online and Relationship Marketing Mentor and Coach

Years ago, I first heard the phrase “the big breakdown before the big breakthrough.”

It was being used in the context of describing multiple things going absolutely haywire for someone right before they were catapulted to their next big level.

I’d never given it a name, but I immediately knew that this was something I had absolutely experienced in my life, many times.

By Christine Gallagher

Holding the Vision in Business and in Life: My Wedding in Jamaica!
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Connecting with so many friends and family members filled me to the brim with love. And being able to drink Pina Coladas in the pool during the days before and after was the icing on the cake.

It was an amazing experience. And it taught me so much about love, planning, collaboration, intention…the list goes on and on.

I couldn’t help but share it all with you.

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How to Make Big Decisions
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As I was taking a moment to myself this week, I remembered a story I learned in business school about a super successful banker.

He manages billions of dollars (literally – billions) on Wall Street.

Which means every decision he makes and every action he takes has MASSIVE effects on both his money and other people’s money.

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Why is This Person Being So Brutal?
Robert Gerrish - Small Business Speaker, Writer & Commentator - Supporting Those Going it Alone

Running a small business sometimes brings work pressures that feel anything but small. I’ve got one person in particular who just keeps giving me grief. You know him.

How often do we look at our inbox, our action list and our diaries and feel drained? Lately it’s been a daily occurrence for me – all before 8am – and I’m over it. I’m feeling pressured, and I know who’s behind it.

By Robert Gerrish

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