It’s ironic that I named my business MasterPeace and then ditched peace for self-induced torture in the early years of my business. Yep, there was nothing about my life or business that was.
We’ve all got limiting beliefs. You know some of them. Others you don’t. You may have gone to personal growth workshops and thought you discovered them all. (Although, you probably didn’t.)Do.
I began my coaching career in my late twenties, and I was very aware that I seemed to be one of the youngest guns in the bunch. When I went to professional networking meetings, I.
I never thought much about my business model until almost twenty years into being an entrepreneur. I know: crazy, huh? My model was to get an idea, implement it, and keep doing it… if it.
Sometimes it’s good to stay put and not make major changes in your business. A busy schedule, a crazy relationship, high stress, or a new pet or child in the family may be all.
Everything you do is a practice. Got a messy desk? It’s a practice. Always find yourself needing to make more money? That’s a practice, too. If you pay attention, you’ll notice that.
When you look for a way out of any corner, the first thing you usually ask yourself is, “What do I need to do?” It’s an okay question to begin the process of moving.
Most ideas begin with enthusiasm. Sometimes you hit a roadblock in your mind as fast as the good idea came. Other times you begin to act on the idea and then find yourself stumped. Is.