One of the ways we use to avoid our problems was to stay busy. When our finances fell apart, our family was booked back to back every night of every week of endless activities. It was almost as if we were escaping our realities if we just crammed one more thing on top of our already busy schedule.
Being "busy" leads to scarcity in our resources - living intentional leads to…Continue
Check out my blog interview with one of our 48 Days members, Stephanie O'Brien, to learn how she is "Pressing Forward" in her business. Stephanie states, "Perseverance and faith are critical to the success of my business".
What do you think it takes to be successful in…Continue
It's Monday again! While most of the world is struggling to stay focused and feeling blurry eyed and dreary today, my hope is that you are taking strides to create the life you desire.
The great thing about falling on our faces is that we can overcome average into becoming great. ~ Jen McDonough Click to Tweet…Continue
When it comes to achieving financial success, there are only a few basic steps that it takes to reach your goals. But it always surprises me how many people don’t use these basic steps to create financial success over their lifetime.
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Life is like a marathon. Are you training for it? In this episode, I am very much delighted to have Bruce Van Horn share not only his incredible story of overcoming MANY obstacles, but also simple tips for anyone to prosper through adversities.
This is one powerful episode you don't want to miss. Thank you for taking time to listen in.
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While she enjoyed her job, her appetite for challenge were not being satisfied. Was she scared of the unknown, by following her instincts and moving into the entrepreneurial world? Of course she was! After all, everything she would now try to create for herself, she hadn't done. Kate Erickson from Entrepreneur on Fire shares her fears, steps & triumphs.
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Just a note of encouragement to keep plugging away as I know many of us are working our way to finding the work we love around family commitments, working our "daytime" jobs, etc.
Similar to many of you, I found Dan Miller…Continue
In my most recent post “Resilience and Positivity Part 1” found on www.howtohaveapositiveattitude.com I wrote about resilience in life. I left the post by posing the question: what are some things a person can focus on when going through the inevitable hard times and tragedies in life?
I have found in my own life that if I’m not mindful of what’s going through my head certain events can occur that seem…Continue
Daniel Ledford never ceases to amaze me with his simple and easy biohacking tips that we can all incorporate in our lives. Today we talked about ways to reduce stress for folks who work in high stress jobs such as 9-1-1 Dispatchers, Emergency Medical Workers, Law Enforcement, etc. While this this topic was primarily focused to reduce stress for folks in these types of positions, certainly the tips can be used for anyone dealing with stress in their lives.…Continue
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You can read all the personal finance blogs and books ever produced to learn to be successful with finances. But none of it really means anything until you use that knowledge to take action in your financial situation.
To set yourself up for financial success, you have…Continue
I wonder how many of us give up on a dream or pursuit of a worthwhile cause due to adverse or difficult circumstances. Seemingly unending frustrations or discouraging results as we work toward that dream can temporarily defeat the most determined dreamer. This reminds me of a great story about Florence Chadwick. She was the first woman to swim the English Channel. She spent years of training and disciplined her body to keep going long after it needed rest. Doubt crept in as she stood on…Continue
Last week it was my privilege to be invited to speak on Dr. Keith Brown’s radio show. I chose to speak about stress, shame and self-image and how they could be blocking the path to health for so many people.
Dr. Ganz Ferrance, a psychologist and international speaker, did not have the best upbringing. For the longest time, he thought he was not very bright. And, that nagging doubt did not stop, even after he earned all the degrees.
Dr. Ganz later learned to "Accept your little successes - they are evidence you have produced something really good here. And you need accept that. Because when you do, you then are…Continue
We are so fortunate.
Joel and I get to talk to an expert and pick their brain every weekday on "Raise Your Game Radio" - explosive business growth for authors, coaches and speakers.
Within a couple of short weeks, the tips from these experts are already changing how we do business.
In this week's "Success Summary" - we want to share another common trait of the super-achievers.
They consider relationship the key to success. Here are the…Continue
Margo’s brief background:…Continue