There are a lot of things that make certain leaders great — excellent timing, a mind for numbers, ruthless efficiency, awesome sales skills, and much more. Great leaders become great because they are intentional about doing things that feel uncomfortable and seem silly and insignificant at the time but lead to greatness. Here’s the cool …
Achieving success is going to take you longer than you think it is. Despite what you’ve heard from experts that want you to believe that if you follow a series of proven steps success is an easy outcome — nothing could be further from the truth. And that’s absolutely not because you’re not dedicated or …
You’re tougher than you think you are. You can work longer than you think you can work.You can keep trying a few more times before you’re all out of ideas.You can think harder than you’re thinking right now.You can figure out a way to fix your financial problems no matter how troubling they are.You can …
You only have to spend a little bit of time around negative people to know the devastating impact of thoughts. What you think about most becomes the reality of your life. If you are controlled by bitterness and regret, all you seem to see around you are things that make you angry and frustrated. The …
So here’s the thing about integrity. A lot of people talk about having it. No one claims to have lost it. Few know what it even means. Think about it — you yourself have probably talked about yourself to others and shared with them that you are a “person of integrity.” I know that I …
Changing your outcomes requires some tweaks to your daily manufacturing process. Those changes start with tiny details. Those details turn into habits. Those habits create outcomes that push you closer to where you want to be.
You can’t make other people awesome if you’re not committed to the same for yourself. The way people learn how to be awesome is by watching you do it first.
You’ll be battered and bruised by the journey. And that’s on a good day.
In any discussion about beliefs, people stand on one of two sides — the “I don’t have it” side and the infectious “I got all of it” side.
You wish you had some momentum. You get discouraged. Things seem to be falling apart. They aren’t working out the way you had planned.
It was Isaac Newton who first identified the physics of momentum.
The single greatest metric that is not being measured right now is momentum. It seems like an intangible. But it doesn’t have to.
Doing the right thing isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s not always easy to know what “doing the right the right thing” actually is.
It’s no secret that you need momentum in order to accomplish your goals. Especially your business goals.
It’s easy to talk about momentum when you are running a race — or even training for one. It’s not as easy to talk about it when it comes to business. Especially when you are trying to launch a new business idea.
You’re doing great. Your business is steady. You are doing all the “things” you’ve read about in the business magazines and learned about on all the webinars you tirelessly sit through.
There is one undeniable truth about value that we all have to admit.
Powerful words that put a lot of pressure on a person to be better. The same could be said in business. You have to be the kind of person you would like to work with.
How many times have you said, “I’d give anything to fix my money situation”?
So by now you realize you need a budget in order to successful manage and grow your money. You’ve probably even downloaded an app (or two) and made a spreadsheet. You’ve meticulously gone through your bills. Payday comes. Now what? Do you stick with your budget or do you cheat, hoping that everything will work out okay in …