A few weeks ago, I blogged about change, and gave you a 3-step practical approach to change something you were unhappy with. Since then, I have received many Change Plans, sent from readers, who have gone ahead and implemented the 3-step approach, and it has been wonderful seeing you take charge!
So, this week, I want to share with you a 5-step approach to S.T.A.R.T. off on the right foot! Each of these steps are strategies, and they work best when stacked on top of each other, so I recommend to apply the 5 steps, one after the other. The S.T.A.R.T. approach does assume that you are ready, as in you have decided and committed to the change, and this is day 1. Continue reading
This week, I want to continue the conversation I had started months ago, when I discussed the importance of Surrounding Yourself With Excellence.
Isn’t it wonderful having your own business? You are free to pursue your passion. You set the rules and run your business your way.
Somewhere along the way though, you need to have some show of support, some validation of what you are doing. This will ultimately help you to stay motivated, and focused.
Having a strong support environment is one of the most important elements to consider when you start your business. This will carry you through countless situations that you can’t even foresee when you’re first starting out. A supportive environment is what will save you when you want to give up. The people who are part of your support remind you of your talents and strengths; they remind you why you’re in your business to begin with. They also guide and advises you when you need it. Continue reading
(In addition to reading this week’s blog post, if you have not already, I highly recommend you to read these 2 other posts, which also focus on list! Turn Your To-Do List into a Positive Tool and Mastering Your Goals & Actions List).
As business owners and corporate executives, you know how easy it is to feel overwhelmed by the number of things you need to accomplish in any given day or week. Sometimes the list seems unbearably long, and you become frustrated trying to find the time to get everything done.
I’m going to teach you a trick that will absolutely help you trim your Action List into a manageable group of activities that you will want to accomplish. You are going to do this by weeding out those things that actually shouldn’t be on your list in the first place. Continue reading
(In addition to reading this week’s blog post, if you have not already, I highly recommend you to read these 2 other posts, which also focus on list! Turn Your To-Do List into a Positive Tool and Clean Up Your Action List to Increase Your Productivity).
I’m sure that you are familiar with the feeling that sometimes, there just aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish all the things that you want to do. It’s overwhelming, and it’s not pleasant.
There are techniques that you can use when you feel overwhelmed in this way. I’m going to share my strategy, and please feel free to copy it, to model it, and to apply it in your life, career, business. It has worked very well for me. Continue reading
(In addition to reading this week’s blog post, if you have not already, I highly recommend you to read these 2 other posts, which also focus on list! Clean Up Your Action List to Increase Your Productivity and Mastering Your Goals & Actions Listl).
Getting outstanding results requires organisation. Not necessarily the cleaning-up-your-desk kind (although that can’t hurt, either , but organisation within yourself that will help you to better manage your life, career or business and the great results you will achieve.
What’s one of the first things that come to mind when you think of organisation? Chances are, it’s your to-do list. It doesn’t matter whether you keep your list on a Blackberry, on an iPhone, on your laptop, or on good old-fashioned paper, the point is that you have one. Maybe you even just keep it in your head. Lists in one form or another are virtually inescapable. Continue reading
When your vision and your dreams are big – surely, they are big, right? no point, in playing a small game… – at some point you’re going to ask yourself, “Exactly how do I do this?”
Of course you can achieve your dreams. But sometimes they’re so big, you don’t know what to do. Or maybe you know what to do but you’re not sure where to start.
One of the answers is that you are going to make a pretty huge “To Do” list. Making a to-do list will help to keep you on track because you’ll be marking off little goals toward that ultimate big dream. Continue reading