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“I have found that there is a difference in the type of action you take and the results that you receive. My definition of action that gets the results you desire – is relaxed inspired action- not desperate action or desperate reaction.”
― Sheri Kaye Hoff, Relax Into Inspired Action: Connect the Pieces and Live Fulfilled
Desperate action versus desperate reaction. How profound…
Some people talk about action being different than inspired action. We can do a lot of little task and little actions but are … Read the rest
Some conversations leave us feeling empowered whereas others leave us with a bitter taste in our mouths.
There have been some instances after a long hard day that I have dropped into my big oversized chair and wondered what really happened. How did things get so array? Was it two stubborn people clamouring to be seen, heard, and understood?
Self reflection and self awareness are paramount in recovering from a failed conversation. Start by asking yourself the following questions:
- What role did I play in the conversation?
- What is the impact does this conversation have on our relationship?
- Were we
Goal setting is something you can do at any time of the year but most people wait to the end of the year to set goals. I recommend that you set daily goals, monthly goals, and yearly goals in all areas of your life. You will be more focused and get greater results when you have a plan and work on them intentionally. Strategic planning for your life and business.
3 Ways to Keep Your Eyes on Your Goals:
1. Write them down on an 3 x 5 index card. When you write them down you are able to get … Read the rest
When you finally get a chance to sit down and the end of the day, can you honestly say that you have given your very best effort for that day? Several individuals will say, “Absolutely!” whereas others may say, “Well, I guess I could have “tried” a little harder.” Notice the difference. One statement , is with conviction and the other is weaker. Could have, would have and should have’s are not declarations of intent. When you say I will try, it means maybe yes and maybe no. Now what if you said, “… Read the rest