You’ve come a long way, achieving several major goals over the first half of the year, and you’ve done it quietly because that’s who you are. Perhaps you hold yourself back from the spotlight, or feel you don’t need it because you’re humble. Being humble has always been a hallmark for kindness and esteem. But you can be humble while still giving yourself credit for your accomplishments.
When it’s time to think about setting goals for a new year, people tend to go through similar activities and even thought processes. You want success, but you’re not sure what the key is to getting there. What does your mindset bring to you?
Whilst I don't believe that the lifestyle I've ended up in is for everyone, the lessons I learned during this sometimes challenging, sometimes exciting and always heart-opening journey are likely to help you too -- without you having to learn them the hard way.
It can be rewarding, it can be good for the soul and definitely, it is a necessity. Even so, the fact remains that it is always, in a sense, labour because Work is Work. No surprise there! For every time that life of work is mind-numbing, there are other times when those times are rewarding, and you can learn to get more of the latter.
You're doing everything right at work, taking all the right advice, but you're just not moving up. Why? Susan Colantuono shares a simple, surprising piece of advice you might not have heard before quite so plainly. This talk, while aimed at an audience of women, has universal takeaways - for men and women, new grads and midcareer workers.
The way people sometimes look at time management and productivity, you might think that you must sacrifice one for the other in order to get anything done. I don't think that's true and if you're operating that way in your day-to-day life maybe it's time to review. I thought I'd share these four simple tips to help you get out of your own way when it comes to managing your time and getting the most done in the hours you have available.
One of the most powerful forms of influence, according to psychologist Robert Cialdini's famous analysis, is authority - often derived by perceived expertise. When you don't have outstanding credentials, how do you stand out?
Trello is an awesome project management tool that makes collaboration easy and, dare I say, even fun. But this visual list tool can do so much more, whether you're organizing work projects, family chores, travel plans, or just about anything else. Here are some ways to put Trello to use for managing your entire life.
In order to measure how successful we have been so far in life, we need to look at the little things instead of focusing on the big things such as being millionaires or having a fancy car. Feel like you haven’t succeeded at all?
Personal branding is based on the idea that the internet has provided everyone with the potential to reach any other person with no restrictions on geography and time, two of the biggest barriers in previous time frames. In those not so long ago times, it would take a great amount of time to become familiar enough with another person to get to the point of being able to call them friend. Most people never ventured more than 10 miles radius from their home so the only people they knew were the people around them. Technology has changed all that and now your circle has stretched around the world
At the time of writing, the autumn is approaching and the kids are getting ready to go back to school in the next couple of weeks. We are fast approaching the final quarter of the year - a perfect time to revisit your goals and very often, there's enough time left in the year for you to achieve your goals. Business, personal, or both, there's still time to make a difference and make this a winning year.
Looking to grow your expert status or your authority in your area of expertise? You can have a larger impact with your marketing efforts when you consider focusing on power boosting your exposure. Let more people get to know you as the expert you are, as an authority and someone to listen to. Here are a few suggestions on how you can get the word out.
It's probably a good time to check back in with some of your personal or professional goals, remember? Those things you promised yourself you'd use to get you to that next step in your personal, professional or business life. You probably went so far as creating smart goals, making sure you took care of each step in the SMART goal process. This Derek Sivers TedTalk suggests you should keep those goals to yourself.
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