If you’re familiar with Lululemon, the athletic attire company, you know their shopping bag is covered with inspirational statements, compelling you to live a life of inspiration, fun, spontaneity and joy.
While all are powerful, there’s one that I love the most because it beckons you to allow the butterflies you feel in your stomach when you stand on the precipice of a change, or taking a leap of faith, to be your guide. It says, “Do one thing every day that scares you.”—Eleanor Roosevelt
What are five things that scare you? Being transparent about your feelings? Going for the big bodacious goal? Putting yourself first? Actions that stir your soul and open your heart? Meditating every day? Continue reading “Ready to BE Uncomfortable for Greater Success”
Are you ready to experience a greater sense of confidence, intentional action, a stronger mindset, increased focus and creativity, greater self-acceptance and solve challenges more effectively?
Here’s a daily habit that is the secret sauce to success for the top successful entrepreneurs such as Sandra Yancey, Lisa Nichols and Arianna Huffington, to name a few.
This habit is based on more than 3,000 studies that indicate the benefits are innumerable. You’ll know it once I say it. The only thing that will stop you is your inner chatter that says I don’t have time; I have too much to do.
Continue reading “The Daily Habit for Success”
(This is the first in a series about the four pillars of spiritual marketing, so you get results and enjoy the process.)
Try building or improving the pillars of your marketing to create your best year ever! These four pillars involve getting clear on the truth, plan, message and path within your business. The first—finding your truth—is the powerful foundation of spiritual marketing that deepens your approach and makes marketing easier.
Ways to get clear on your marketing truths:
- Dive into your why. Why are you building this business? Why now and why you? It often takes diving into this several times before you find the real kernel of personal truth. Owning this truth fuels deep, connective marketing. Living this truth drives a successful business.
Suddenly there are not enough hours in the day and the revenue is just not flowing. We often end up dreading that business we once loved.
Brilliant entrepreneurs are creative visionaries. However, the talent we have around creating is not usually paired with a passion for structures and systems.
Here’s the good news. It doesn’t have to be so hard. It also doesn’t have to take long to find your time and money freedom.
Continue reading “Money Loves Clarity”
Do you know you could be, do and have more but are getting in your own way?
Are you your biggest critic?
Are you feeling stuck and frustrated in your business or your life?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you have come to the right place. You want something to change.
You Know You are a Woman of Impact If:
- You are being called to play a bigger game in business and in life.
- You want to become your own biggest champion and embrace your magnificence.
- You are ready to contribute and make a difference in the world.
- You want to connect, collaborate and communicate with a vibrant community of like-minded and like-hearted amazing women.
Deciding what you want, even how to get it is only part of getting you to where you want to be. To be successful there is another element required: Knowing why we are doing what we plan to do. Without clear motivation– we will lack an essential element we need to sustain us through to success.
If we can’t keep going – we’ll soon stop going. Knowing why we are doing something is the glue that holds everything together.
How does motivation work? While there are many illustrations, it comes down to these 5 essential principals: Continue reading “Getting to the finish line: 5 Reasons (Times) Motivation Matters”
Now that the curtain has fallen on 2014, it’s a great time to think about what worked and didn’t work this past year and what you want to change moving forward.
But, instead of making New Year’s resolutions you will not keep, what if you created a THEME for 2015?
I learned about this while participating in a virtual retreat by iBloom, a business committed to helping women entrepreneurs have a business and a life that they love. Continue reading “What’s your theme for 2015?”