This thought has been popping up for me over and over again since shortly after the pandemic started. I can’t let it go and figured it was time to share it.
This pandemic is a challenging time for all of us. The truth is this situation is happening whether we like it or not.
However, we can choose how we’d like to experience it.
I know a very ambitious and smart woman who desperately wants to have a major change in her life. She’s tired of how things are going for her and feels she’s at the point for something bigger.
One of the biggest questions I hear from entrepreneurs is “What’s the path to success for running a business?” There are several reasons that this question is always a top concern. Many are confused about what step to take next. Many are fearful and unable to take...
Spring is almost here. Can you feel it? In Boston, we had a 60-degree day this past week. In case you were outside enjoying the gorgeous weather, I didn't want you to miss my latest training. This 5-year old story can hold you back from having the success you...
When I first started my business, I spent a lot of money (that I didn’t have) on lots of top-notch experts. I thought that having a fabulous website with super branding and great graphics was the way to go. Busily and fervently, I worked a zillion hours from sunrise to late at night. I was convinced that these actions were the sure path to success. #success #mindset #breakthrough
Do you know someone who wants to break through to success as much as you do? Someone with whom you have shared your dreams of success, wealth and happiness?
A Different Type of Love That’s Here For You Now (from my heart to yours)
Valentine’s Day is almost here and everyone’s posting about romantic love. Me, I’m thinking about a different type of love these days.
I always thought that to be successful meant acquiring more along the way. That’s how I believed success was defined. A bigger house, fancier car, designer clothes and so on. It’s how I felt I should live my life because everyone I knew who was successful was doing precisely that. I was on the treadmill of “keeping up with the Joneses” without even realizing it.
But I had a serious talk with my younger self. You know, the one who was worried about how she would look (yes, our younger selves do compare themselves to others and are quick to be critical). I knew that most people would be more concerned with themselves than with me. Our ego takes over in most cases. Did you know that when looking at a group photo, everyone looks for themselves first instead of at everyone else?