Article By Zdravko Cvijetic
Your vision is the foundation for everything you do. Having a vision, allowing yourself to dream about the possibilities is the answer to bringing it all to life. A powerful vision is what keeps you excited and motivated to drive it all forward every day.
I found this article the other day, it is one of many articles that discusses the importance of having a big vision, of having a dream. It covers some of the strategies I use with my clients every day that sets them up for the success they want and deserve.
It is about a 5-8 min read, depending on how quickly you read, and worth the time.
Once you have created your vision, what if you could create a Life Success Board that laid it all out for you? Would that excite you? A organized visual of your vision that you could hang up over your desk as your reminder every day? A Life Success Board that actually meant something?
I never liked vision boards personally. However, our...
When I first started my business, I had no idea what strategies or systems I was going to need to get things moving.
I remember trying many free sessions and still not sure what to choose. There is no perfect way to do anything, but there are foundations that are needed.
Looking for the perfect solution takes a lot of time and money, and while there is no perfect system, there are many great ones out there and many being added to market regularly.
Start with understanding what you want to build. This will help you in identifying the right strategies, systems and service you need to implement to reach your goals.
As we know there are always struggles that arise when building your business and having the right strategies and systems in place will allow you to move through them with ease.
Let’s take a look at the types of strategies, and systems you need to implement to make building your business more sustainable and profitable.
In high school I was the “go to person” for advice. I don’t really remember how that happened, but it did.
I've always had the desire to help others through their challenges.
In high school, college, university and in the workplace, friends would come to me for advice.
When I started my own business in the direct marketing industry the trend continued, I was still the go to person, the coach, the one to support others, especially women on how to transition from corporate to entrepreneurship. I worked with them to set up systems, structures, sales strategies and scripts to build their business.
It was helping them to build a foundation for their business so they can build it up and eventually fire their boss. Allowing them to work from home so they could spend more time with their children.
In the midst of all of this one of my colleagues said, “Carolyn, you know you should charge people for this...
This is one of my favorite articles. It embodies the simplicity of be successful yet most of us make it very difficult. Own and running a business is not easy but it definitely does not need to be as hard as we tend to make. I was watching a show with my 10-year daughter Myia, there was a couple that liked each other but were I guess kind of uncomfortable and unsure. She turned to me and said, “mom why are they making it so difficult.” It was a great observation and lead into a fabulous conversation on how we choose to look at situations, react to them and the importance of communication.
When we are in the middle of everything it is sometimes hard to have perspective. This list 13 simple things we could give up to have the success we want. Enjoy the read, I did.
International Executive Coach,
Speaker, Trainer & Author
I love hanging out with my kids because they are always teaching me lessons and allowing me to see the results of my reactions. When my eldest daughter was 4 she was always pushing the limits and has been doing so since she was two years old. It’s her job.
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5 Habits of Highly Effective Communicators
Communication is the key to success in everything we do in business and in life. I am always intrigued by the way we think and how we view what is being said by others. The great thing about communication and being a good listener is that it is a learned skill. We can always become better at strengthen our skills.
I really enjoyed this article as it is in alignment with what I teach and the insightful tips provide a great resource on being an effective communicator. You may think that many of the tips are common sense, however I have realized that even though we may be aware of something it does not mean we are putting it into action.
It’s a quick read. If you are all about improving your skills like I am you will enjoy this article.
International Success Coach,
Speaker and Author
5 Habits of Highly Effective Communicators
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