Too many business owners go into business looking for an immediate Ozzie and Harriet "lifestyle business", assuming that they can step right in working four or five days a week. Success almost never comes that way. It was the willingness to go all in and be completely imbalanced on the front end that allows me to be imbalanced now in the direction of free time.
Any time we can flip a serious situation into a place of levity, we instantly ignite the part of the brain which allows us to seek healthy solutions and we are in a position to reboot our thoughts and actions into a space which honors the person we are committed to being.
Confident people generate high self-esteem. People with high self-esteem know their own worth. They have a favorable impression, respect, appreciation and belief in themselves.
Holidays can be a stressful time, but since exercise releases endorphins for that feel-good effect, maintaining your regular fitness program can help keep the cheer in the holiday season.
Curiosity to learn, explore, and discover propels passionate pursuers forward. People who are curious actively bolster interest, attention and desire to know.
Confidence plays a huge role in the success of your job search – don’t underestimate its value. You could be sabotaging your success because of the way you feel about yourself.
What if you could flip your relationship with stress this holiday season and look at it as an opportunity to identify and adjust your perception so that your words, thoughts, deeds and actions align with the person you are committed to being?
This experience has affected us in a profound way. It has us doing all sorts of things I thought we couldn’t do anymore.
Stress is a signal within the body giving us an opportunity to identify and adjust our perception of any situation. It is essential that the biological signal be addressed for us to achieve peak performance.
As of Sept. 1, Colorado employers were no longer legally required to provide parents time off to attend academic activities.
There are times when quitting is the right thing to do. There is much to gain, however, from assessing the situation before making a decision you may regret.
Thinking in terms of victory and defeat is largely unhelpful. When we feel we've lost, we go get drunk. When we think we've won, we go get drunk. But there is a third alternative.