Category Archives: Productivity

You Must Believe

You Must Believe

Today I want to share a blast from the past. This is from one of my Live @ 5 Periscopes which I recorded in January of 2016. The message still holds true today, You Must Believe!

Listen in and find out what you must believe. The message starts around the 1:40 mark, so you can skip the introductions if you want.

 

3 Ways to Avoid Building a Glorified JOB Instead of a Business

3 Ways to Avoid Building a Glorified JOB Instead of a Business

When I first started my coaching business, I had dreams of how great it would be to work for myself, be my own boss, and have the freedom to only take on clients and projects I love. What I didn’t realize, though, is that there is a huge difference between building a business and being… Continue Reading

Are You Your Own Worst Client?

Are You Your Own Worst Client?

Imagine you had a coaching client who consistently failed to complete her tasks for the week. She couldn’t find the time to get her email opt-in page completed. She was too busy to write the next chapter of her book. She was working too hard and completely forgot to put together her webinar presentation. It… Continue Reading

What’s More Important Than Money?

What’s More Important Than Money?

What do super-successful coaches and small business owners all have in common? It’s not experience. It’s not extraordinary skills. It’s not even a powerful drive. Although all of these things can definitely help your business grow, they’re not a prerequisite for success. After all, no one is born with experience or skills, and plenty of… Continue Reading

SMART Goals, Are They Enough for Entrepreneurs?

SMART Goals, Are They Enough for Entrepreneurs?

If there’s one thing we know about goals, they have to be SMART, right? After all, that’s what we’ve been told for years. The only thing that matters is that your goals are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. While that looks great on paper—and clearly it’s easy to remember—it doesn’t go far enough for… Continue Reading