One of the challenges of marketing is letting the world know what you do, who you do it for and of course why you do it.
The why can be very important,
because that is how people decide if they want to trust you. Many marketers and networkers say, know, like and trust, but the truth is they just...
The key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.
We often hear that you can tell someone's priorities by looking at their checkbook. Have you ever evaluated your calendar?
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
What do you believe? Often that question spurs religious thoughts. But what we have things we believe to be true about the world, about ourselves and about culture should function.
Many of us start our career in retail or food services. We need experience and finances.
Some know what they want to do with their life early on.
Regardless of how we start, we have a passion inside us that once ignited stirs the fire and moves us toward our dream.
Until we find that fire,...
Have you ever stopped and looked at who you spend your time with?
Sure these may be great friends, or family, but are they adding value to your life?
Jim Rohn said, “You become like the five people you spend the most time with. Choose carefully.”
Every once it a while it is...
Have you ever thought of evaluating who you are? Why would we do that? What difference does it make?
Well looking at who we are and how we are doing in different areas of our life can give us perspective. It can show us where we can improve, what we can work on.
Oh that's a four letter word. We...
I spent 13 days in the hospital last year, half of that was in ICU. Before that, I considered myself healthy, I didn't take any medications and wasn't under a doctor's care for anything. This was a shock to me and my family for sure.
I remember lying in the ER bed as the surgeon explained I...
We all have an imposter monster. That voice in your head that tells you you can't, no way that will work, who would listen to you, you don't know anything. The little devil on your shoulder. The lies that hold you back from taking the step you know you need to take.
Heather Monahan says...
I always thought I didn't have much of a story. I grew up in a middle-class white household. Nothing special or different about me or my life, or so I thought.
I didn't have a major illness or suffer some catastrophe. My parents worked 2-4 jobs and I had 3 siblings. We were a normal middle-class...
The last week of the year is when most people consider a reset, start to dream of something new or different for their lives.
For years I would utter New Year's Resolutions
- I want to lose 10 pounds
- I want to read 12 books this year
- I want to be a better dad
- I want to be a better husband