If you’re spinning your wheels and going nowhere, or spinning your mind and going crazy, there is a simple, easy, tiny, magic word you can use to stop the madness… Here’s how.
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It’s no secret that setting goals is an important part of any successful endeavor. But HOW you go about setting certain goals is key. Listen here as I clue you in to a method that will insure your ongoing success.
If you’re working toward creating a new job or career for yourself, you don’t have to wait until you escape from your current situation to begin. You can start now so that when you do take the “plunge”, the transition is smoother, easier, and less daunting. So what are you waiting for? Take your first step!
If you’re feeling stuck or uninspired, chances are you are perpetuating the feeling with your language. Being aware of this one simple word (and why not to use it) can help get you unstuck and moving in the right direction.
Hey you… legacy entrepreneur… Do you know the number one most important thing you can do to grow your business? I’ll give you a hint: It’s a number.
Saying yes to a client or a business project simply because it presents itself is not always ideal. Learn why and when choosing not to accept new business can be correct and profitable.
Personal hang-ups, shortcomings, weaknesses… No one wants to talk about these in a job interview. Luckily, there is a constructive way to frame your discourse on such matters. Here’s how you can turn weakness into strength.
It’s great to be your own boss… in theory. But if you feel chained to your desk, this little reminder may stimulate some ideas for creating a more pleasant work experience for yourself.
Is the fear of failure a looming threat that hampers your decision making process? If so, you are likely spending valuable time and energy in your efforts to avoid doing the wrong thing. Here’s a bit of advice that can save you some angst, and have you breezing through decisions with confidence.