Do you find that nervousness and anxiety get in the way when you think you should be feeling excited and happy instead? If so, here’s a simple way to ease some of the discomfort and put you in a more optimistic mood.
Are you a burned out business owner or an aspiring entrepreneur? If so, have a listen to my talk with Donna Lynn Price from the Visionary Womenpreneurs Radio Podcast about how personal growth influences professional success. You’ll learn how to assess the strength of your “entrepreneurial bone” and some of the most effective ways you can tap into that strength in order to succeed as a business owner.
Do you have trouble honoring healthy boundaries for yourself? If so, you may find yourself building up resentment, or even doing things you regret because of the lack of balance in your life. Here’s a novel way of looking at the effects of not keeping healthy boundaries, and a great perspective on why it’s important.
Are you able to navigate challenging situations in your workplace or personal life with grace and style, while also standing in your own power? Creating trust and harmony with effective communication tools can make you an invaluable player on any team. In this little nugget, I’ll outline three tools to help you facilitate win-win situations instead of getting mired in conflict or building resentment.
Do you feel resentful over not being able to enjoy your home and family life due to the demands of your work? If so, I invite you to explore a new perspective that will have you feeling empowered rather than helpless.
Doing the work you are meant to do is different in some important ways than just working for money. Explore some of the amazing and unexpected benefits of doing the work you love, and get motivated to create more of what you love in your life and work!
Do you feel you have a higher purpose? Where does that purpose reside? What does it feel like? How do you know what it is? This insightful tidbit can help hone your senses in order to find some answers to these questions.
We live in a culture where we sometimes feel inadequate simply because we don’t have all the answers. Here’s a valuable reminder that it’s okay, and how to respond (to yourself and others) when asked a question you may not have the answer for.
One indicator of how much you trust yourself is your decision-making process. If you seem to spend too much energy and time agonizing over whether you’re “doing the right thing”, this pressure-relieving alternative can help you learn to trust yourself, and make decisions in a more practical way.