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!
Simply acknowledging the things in life that thrill your soul sends out ripples into the universe, making a small opening for those things to find their way into your life. Here is a fun exercise you can do to orient your mind and energy in the direction of your dreams.
Is your definition of success outdated? What is “success” for someone who is not satisfied on a linear path? Honor your diverse interests and take a step toward a new, more fulfilling brand of success. If you’ve ever wondered if you’re doing the work you’re truly meant to do, I’d like to invite you for […]
Some thrive in a corporate environment while others feel stifled. Here is a clue as to which one of these categories you fit into.
Do I have to write a cover letter when I’m applying for a job? Well, if you’re serious about wanting a job, of course! What should I include in my cover letter? Now that’s a great question! Get a great answer here, and start constructing cover letters that set you above the crowd. If you’ve […]
Looking forward into the New Year, are you ready to grow to the “next level” (whatever that may be for you)? Find out how you can tell if it’s time to go there…
Here’s a tip to help find out what success looks like for yourself…
Business owners are always looking for new ways to meet the needs of their clients. Let me offer you a practical, fun and effective way to think about this subject, so that both you and your clients achieve maximum satisfaction… What is your life’s mission? Share your thoughts in the comments below! If you’ve ever […]
Do you think what you love doing in life will never make you money? If so, you may be approaching the matter from an unideal perspective. Allow me to provide a better one… If you’ve ever wondered if you’re doing the work you’re truly meant to do, I’d like to invite you for a F.R.E.E. […]