Did you hit the ground running and immediately get down to the business of cranking out your first goals for this year starting bright and early on January 1? If you’re like most of us, the answer is no. Get some reassuring insight here, and give yourself a break for not bursting into the new year with springs on your feet.
Have you seemingly reached a plateau in your job or business? Do you feel held back by your boss, your co-workers or even your family? In the Sales POP podcast with John Golden, I discuss some unexpected ways of dealing with challenging people or circumstances that can help you start transforming frustration to fulfillment.
Do you spend most of your days pushing yourself from one thing to the next with barely enough time to take a breath in between? Do you feel like you simply don’t have time to stop and pause or listen to your intuition? Here’s a bit of simple advice about how one word can help you get clear about what you really want.
Feeling overwhelmed or under-enthused about a work project is a recipe for procrastination. However, there is a simple way to get yourself moving. Tap into the power of this one little tool to help jump start your productivity.
How do you feel about doing nothing? If you are someone who is always busy with no time for breaks, get some insight here about why it’s actually beneficial to schedule “do nothing” time into your day.
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.
The most common sources of burnout don’t truly include your boss, clients or finances. Instead, they are our own mental habits and emotional patterns that WE can actually transform.
Always do your best, right? Here is an insightful elaboration on this well-known adage.
Do you ever have days where you easily move through whatever comes your way and smoothly handle, process and manage it all with grace and style? Wouldn’t it be a gift if all our days and weeks could be like that? Well, here’s a way to surf through the ups and downs of life in your own environment and workplace (plus our bigger community too) with more ease.