“The price of greatness is responsibility.” – Winston Churchill With the new year around the corner, you may be thinking about how you want things to be different. At the same time, you might remember how, in the past, you started off the new year with the best intentions only to lose steam by February. Have…… Continue reading How to take flight in 2021
“Most things disappoint till you look deeper.” – Graham Greene, English novelist I don’t know anyone who hasn’t had their share of disappointment this year. We’ve all been discouraged at some point in our lives, but this year it was magnified times ten!From career and business expansion to travel and wedding plans to health and wellbeing, our…… Continue reading You Succeed According To How You Fail
“If I want to be great I have to win the victory over myself…self-discipline.” – Harry S. Truman The pandemic has thrown most of us into a tailspin. It has disrupted our comfortable and familiar routines. We have had to adapt to continually changing restrictions, conflicting news about the virus and economic volatility due to the…… Continue reading To Thrive, Embrace Your Inner CEO
“Status quo, you know, is Latin for ‘the mess we’re in’.”-Ronald Reagan, 40th American President What does it take to succeed? To achieve your goals? To create positive change that sticks?It requires the willingness and courage to shake things up. You also must endure the discomfort that comes from disrupting the status quo, that comfortable but unsatisfying state you currently…… Continue reading Success Is Like Making An Omelet.
“Not always sunny, but always in a sunny state of mind.”-Lilly Pulitzer, entrepreneur, fashion designer, American socialite (Read Part 1 here) To succeed and be happy, you must first define what these concepts mean to you. Differentiate your ideas from others. Make it personal. If you don’t, uncertainty and vagueness will erode your motivation. However, even with crystal clear…… Continue reading Success And Happiness; A State Of Mind, Not A Destination. (Part 2)
So what this comes down to is this: Did we get disappointed with ourselves in any way this week? Good. Did we learn something new or remember something we forgot as a result? Great.