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 …
There are stories told that have moved generations. Legends that have empowered unlikely heroes to achieve outrageous success. Books that have inspired massive breakthrough for an entire hemisphere.
You’ve realized that winning the lottery isn’t a working strategy and you don’t have a long-lost millionaire uncle waiting to swoop in and magically fill your bank accounts.
No matter how much — or little — you earn, getting by is a struggle for most people.
It would be great if you could go to sleep and wake up happy and problem-free. With enough money to do whatever you want, whenever you want.
Leaving your house to go to work daily can be stressful enough.
Personal relationships aren’t the only relationships that matter.
I struggle with my personal relationships. A big part of that is because of what I have going on in my head.
It is no secret that none of us would be where we are today without the strong personal relationships that hold us accountable and propel us towards success. Crazy ideas and all.
If you’re honest, you’ll probably admit that the world has left you jaded by Disney movies and failed relationships.
There are numerous articles about the fine art of commitment. How to commit to yourself. How to be more committed. How you are sabotaging your commitments.
It’s easy to forget all the things you promised yourself you would do. Those New Year’s resolutions. Those commitments.
You’ve been there before. Looking around in disappointment at where you are. Wondering how you ended up here. Again.
We all start a new year, a new job, a new relationship with good intentions. The thing that we lack after the first few weeks is commitment.
We’ve almost gotten to the end of our lists on purpose and to the end of January.