Happy New Year, and I hope this year is off to an incredible start for you!
As we celebrate the beginning of the new year and this new decade, I have a couple of quick questions for you:
Did you make your New Year’s Resolutions for 2020? And how are they going so far?
I hope you’re already seeing progress, and things are going well! And if you’re starting to feel a little off track, discouraged, or you’re losing some inspiration, I want to let you know that you’re not alone.
There is a good leader who is facing a challenge.
Nothing troubles him more than watching the numbers drop.
He arrives home after another tough day, scratching his head and asks,
“What the heck is going on?!?”
He tosses and turns, trying to figure out what to do next.
Upon awakening, he goes back into work with the hope that something changes, that momentum returns and the results improve.
All great leaders have had moments when they needed to “turn…
Use This Simple, 3-Word Phrase to Skyrocket Your Self-Confidence and Eliminate Self-Sabotage, So You Can Stay on Track to Achieve Your Goals and Create a Life You Love Living
The New Year brings a rush of excitement as you set goals and refine your vision of the life you’d love to create. But if you’re like most people, self-doubt can creep up on you and derail your chance at a new life – if it’s not managed properly.
Affirmations tell your subconscious mind – and the universe – what’s true for you. Use these 20 daily positive affirmations to attract the life you want.
With January 1st only days away, you’re likely thinking about what you’ll do in 2020 to create an extraordinary life.
A simple way to create the results you want easily, as well as add a healthy practice of positivity to your life and encourage a growth mindset, is to incorporate daily positive affirmations into your routine.
Affirmations are statements of confirmation, validity and belief.
How to Experience Greater Peace, Love and Harmony – Even When Things Aren’t Perfect
It’s no secret that life can feel overwhelming around the Christmas season, and it’s easy to see why.
You may feel yourself becoming so caught up in the hustle and bustle and stressing about having conversations with certain family members that you forget to enjoy the celebration!
Christmas time is meant to be filled with joy, merriment and thankfulness, but for most people, family gatherings during the holidays are rarely stress-free or picture perfect – even though the…
Having a leadership position means you’ve worked hard to get to where you are.
You’ve crushed enough goals, as well as learned from a few mistakes to lead others to greatness.
But don’t get too comfortable in that corner office!
Are you doing all you can to connect with your team?
Now is not the time to rest on your laurels!
Here are four ways to sharpen your leadership skills
First, be a resource
Don’t spend all day focusing on numbers and reports.
If you find yourself in a tense debate with family members this holiday season, try this
(Note to reader: This is the third and final article of our 3-part holiday video series on How to Thrive, Not Just Survive, the Holidays: Managing Family Mess and Stress During the Holiday Season. To read Part One, click here. To read Part Two, click here.)
When you hear or read the words “family holiday dinner,” do you feel knots in your stomach?
Do you want to run…
Last year I read an open letter email that was life changing.
In fact, this information was regarded as one of the Top 10 Leadership Stories of 2015.
This one document has helped increase my performance and production.
When I was a young leader, I didn’t pay much attention to “optimizing performance.”
I felt bullet proof.
My energy levels were off the charts and it didn’t seem to matter whether it was 9am or 9pm, I was able to accomplish just about anything.
Of course, it…
How to prevent family drama and handle your role as a grandparent with style and grace
(Note to reader: This is Part Two of my 3-part holiday series called How to Thrive, Not Just Survive, the Holidays: Managing Family Mess and Stress During the Holiday Season. You can read Part One here.)
The holiday season can be a wonderful opportunity to be present and relax with your family. Maybe you’re looking forward to it.
Or maybe you’re dreading the overwhelm and family drama that has a…