Added by Cheryl L Shipp on July 30, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments
I made the same mistakes as many new entrepreneurs when I started my business. Even though I was warned by mentors and I knew better, I still somehow let myself get too wrapped up in the details instead of growing my audience and client base.
Find resources to overcome doubt and fear at:…Continue
I was recently coaching a client who was beginning two new part-time jobs. Her biggest worry was being overwhelmed and stressed out with the new paperwork procedures that she would need to learn. Here's what she didn't realize; she was generating lots of negative energy by her perspective on the…Continue
Will the Creator show you secrets which can add tremendous value to others and benefit yourself too?
Pretty audacious to think about!
George Washington Carver was audacious enough to ask for secrets from on High ... and his life and work revolutionized the Southern economy when America needed it the most.
Can we experience the art of what’s extraordinarily possible today?…Continue
If you know me, you know when I received my True Colors certification I was (and still am) giddy with excitement.
But you may not know: I’m also certified to facilitate: Keys to Effective Student…Continue
Added by Bob Wilson on July 9, 2015 at 11:13pm — No Comments
Goals are worth setting at any time of the year. When you are ready to change or do something new, why wait? But, how do you know that what you seek is actually obtainable and not setting you up for failure?
There are no guarantees in life, and everything you try might not work. However, this should not discourage or keep you from setting the bar high when creating your goals. Until you try something and give it your all, you do not know what you can accomplish. You can probably do…Continue
“Sometimes you’re the windshield, sometimes you’re the bug.”
That line in a Mary Chapin Carpenter song is one of many truisms including “Sometimes you’re the Louisville Slugger, sometimes you’re the ball.”…Continue
Pеrѕоnаl dеvеlорmеnt inсludеѕ activities that imрrоvе аwаrеnеѕѕ and idеntitу, develop talents аnd роtеntiаl, build humаn сарitаl and facilitate еmрlоуаbilitу, еnhаnсе quality оf lifе аnd contribute to the realization of drеаmѕ аnd аѕрirаtiоnѕ. The соnсерt is nоt limited tо ѕеlf-hеlр but inсludеѕ formal аnd infоrmаl асtivitiеѕ for dеvеlорing others in rоlеѕ such as tеасhеr, guidе, соunѕеlоr, manager, life coach or mentor.
Here are 8 habits that supports personal…Continue
Anyone who has ever parented or worked with a young child knows how adamant he/she can become when they don't want help to achieve a task. Whether it's trying to reach a water fountain or learning to tie shoes, that line, "I can do it by myself." can send even the calmest adult into a tizzy.
It takes a great deal of patience…Continue
Some days motivation comes easy.Continue
I found a great TedX video from Chris Suave about why being boring can actually be an advantage. What do you think? Are you boring? Maybe it is time to become a bit more boring……Continue
“To change the world,
Start with one step.
The first step is hardest of all.”
~ from the song You Might Die Trying by Dave Matthews Band
Change the world or change yourself, it all starts the same way – with one…Continue
As entrepreneurs, we wear many hats and adapt to many roles. So, it makes sense to invest in our continued education and build upon our knowledge. It does not have to be expensive, though, as affordable resources are out there. There are also conferences that may seem “pricey” on the onset, but if you look further into them, they provide much…Continue
In my last post, I talked about recharging your positive thinking for success. You completed the …Continue