Everyone experiences negative self-talk both in their personal lives and their work lives. It includes those little voices tempting you to go through the fast food drive thru at lunchtime; or the voice saying you don’t know what you’re doing in your business. Need to exercise more? Those voices likely are tempting you to lie… Continue reading Combat that negative self-talk!
As a coach, you know your clients are the bread and butter of your business. But does that mean you have to accept every client that comes knocking on your door? Absolutely not. New coaches may feel the need or the desperation to make money quickly and accept anyone who enquires but the truth is… Continue reading Are your clients sucking the joy out of your business?
One key to a successful, growing business is the ability to make wise decisions and to be productive. One way to achieve these daily goals is to maintain a healthy diet. However, that is no easy feat these days when we’re constantly bombarded with ads and information about all the different menu plans and ways… Continue reading A healthy diet leads to a growing business.
As Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” And when it comes to making comparisons between your business and others, you are fighting a losing battle and sucking the joy out of life and your business. When you compare your business with others, you’re only looking at the outside image; you’re not… Continue reading Are you building a business or longing for someone elses’s success?
Burnout is a very real problem, especially for solopreneurs. Even though partnerships can have their ups and downs, at least you have someone to handle some of the stress and responsibility. Solopreneurs are by themselves and feel the entire weight of their success on their lone shoulders. This large responsibility often leads these business owners… Continue reading Are you on the verge of business burnout? Look for these signs…
When trying to make a plan for your year, hitting up colleagues and other industry experts can be a great help. Why not rely on those who already have done what you’re looking to do? Another benefit of reaching out is your planning may lead you to opportunities. When you and your colleagues discuss your… Continue reading Yearly planning: ask for help
The fast pace of life and the never ending pressure to meet deadlines is the leading cause of stress related conditions. The workplace has also become a high-pressure environment with employers demanding more from their workers. The rising costs of living do not make things any easier. Faced with so much pressure, you have to… Continue reading Easy steps to visualize your way to less pressure
We’ve all been there. The deadline is looming and we’ve barely begun to work. We all recognize that feeling in the pit of our stomach as we settle down to work. But does pressure have to lead to stress? And what does stress actually do to our motivation and focus? Stressed Sick We know for… Continue reading Stress and motivation: how pressure affects people
If you aren’t careful, pressure can sneak up and overwhelm you. Before you know it, you’re a mess. Sitting in your chair, sweating, heart racing, and dreading the thought of doing any work. Fortunately there are some tricks to dealing with pressure. With a little practice, you can turn nerve-wracking stress into pure motivation. Count… Continue reading 6 Simple ways to deal with pressure
Life hasn’t gone the way you had hoped. You are in your same dead-end job, in a career you thought had some promise. But it didn’t turn out as planned. You believe it just isn’t on your cards to have that dream life. However, what could be the problem is not having the right kind… Continue reading How to change your attitude