Are you all in with your business? Are you committed to your business success without attachment? Barb gives some great advice to help you be all in no matter what…
If you’re an entrepreneur (or even a budding one), when you’re networking and someone asks you what you do, do you stumble over what to say or does it come out sounding boring? Here is the most critical key to answering that question in a way that engages someone in a deeper dialogue.
Do you know what your life purpose is? It isn’t necessarily about what you do for a living, although what you do for a living can be a part of it. This nugget offers some insight on how to construct a meaningful and practical life purpose statement.
One of the greatest gifts a parent can give a child is freedom to pursue his unique gifts and talents. You are guaranteed to enjoy this simple and easy way to show your children how to live their own truth.
One of the most important aspects of running a successful business and breaking through your money barriers is acting from a place of courage, which can certainly be a challenge when you’re feeling discouraged. Use this simple reminder to help you keep the faith.
There are many ways that children learn what their environment demands of them. In a society that encourages conformity, it is sometimes a challenge to discover and develop the qualities that set us apart from others. Here is an inspiring reminder of the value of being (and teaching others to be) unique individuals.
Moving forward in your business or career can be a gently flowing process when you are able to manage a handful (or two) of key concepts and take one step at a time.
Putting your purpose statement in writing helps bring clarity to what you’re pursuing and serve as a powerful reminder as to why. But remember, you’re not creating a job description. Listen to an example of a powerful life purpose statement that can help you shape your own.
There’s a notion in our society that hard work creates meaning in our lives – that we must work hard in order to be fulfilled and successful. But I have a different take on hard work that I’d like you to consider…