When you hear someone talk about the concept of professional success, what do you envision for yourself?
How is that idea living in your consciousness,in your energy, and in your actions? Is it a . . . → Read More: Envisioning Success: What Questions Guide You?
Some people get winter colds. I get attacks of the FuzzyBrain. Symptoms can be similar:
congested passages for inspiration fatigue-related confusions of purpose inability to track complexities like: what day is this profound urge to . . . → Read More: What to Do When Attacked by FuzzyBrain
What if you saw business risk as an act of faith instead? Taking wise business risk is a profoundly powerful way to say: I believe in the value of the work I do I know my work changes lives for the better I trust the Universe to reward my efforts I have faith that my growth-producing spending will be rewarded . . . → Read More: Are You Playing a Good Game of Risk & Reward?
For some reason counselors and coaches I know are notoriously risk averse when it comes to investing in their business. They cite
hefty student loan repayments not being able to afford it (poverty consciousness) . . . → Read More: Are You Time Rich and Cash Stingy? Perfect!