Ever get that feeling that there’s more to life? So-much-so, there’s an emptiness in your soul you just can’t fill – no matter how hard you try?
Find it hard to say ‘No,’ or stand firm when someone challenges you? Holding firm boundaries is the key to success and often something business owners can struggle with, especially when it comes to dealing with difficult clients.
Ever been in a situation where you’ve read or heard something that made your blood boil? So much so that you had to come forward and make a stand for what you truly believed was fundamentally important? I did – this week.
Everyone has the potential to achieve greatness in their life and business. You. Me. EVERYONE. But, there’s one thing that can stop us – IF we let it.
While running your own business can be exciting and challenging, there can also be times where you get into a slump. Here are the next 6 things you can do to get you back on track.
Women in business are rapidly becoming the fastest growing sector across both Australia and the United States, with the number of women-owned businesses increasing to 59%, which has outgrown the 41% growth rate among all new businesses, according to Trailblazers. However, how many of these businesses will succeed?
Does the thought of setting goals, make you feel ill? Or, if you’re honest with yourself – the goals you’ve set are comfortable goals and not one’s that will stretch you, forward. If yes, then you probably have Goal Trauma.
While running your own business can be exciting and challenging, there can also be times where you get into a slump. Here are 6 things to get you back on track.
It’s around this time of year where we take stock of our business. Did we reach our goals – or not? If you didn’t – don’t be discouraged. Do these 3 things to ensure you position yourself for a strong 2015.
We’re busy. Project after project. Another task, and when that’s complete – another situation that needs your attention. So, who’s got time to spend writing a gratitude journal – right? At least that was what I used to think, until my coach challenged me.