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Living in the Now

I am a work in progress. I have so many ideas that things I want to accomplish that each day is a delight. It is also a burden. I have become addicted to busy- ness and can’t seem to find a moment to just be in the moment. I have jumped on the hamster wheel and am running with all my might. As I write my show notes for this week, I am torn between going out with my friends to a movie and dinner this afternoon or working on my book, or cleaning out the laundry room, or preparing for work next week. Which of these will bring me joy? Obviously, spending time with my friends. Why then do I let the beautiful moments of my life become drowned out by my endless list of things to do. I am so busy cr

Creating Lasting Change

I spend much of each day helping business owner’s change some aspect of their organization to create rapid and sustainable growth. Most days I love, love, love my job. However, I am frequently baffled by how many times people pay me good money to help them move forward, only to have them stay right where they are – stuck in the status quo. What causes us to seek change, then reject the very advice or plan that would get us to our goals? Each year: 17 million people try to quit smoking and 92% fail. 95% of people who lose weight fail to keep it off long term 88% of people who set New Year’s resolutions fail at their attempt. Less than 10% of the population has specific, well-defined goals. Bu

Network Like a Pro

What is networking? The official definition is to interact with other people to exchange information and develop contacts, especially to further one's career. But the better question is why network? What will it do for me? Networking has delivered more return on investment than any other tool in my business. Both financially and personally, my network has delivered so much value that I can’t even imagine what my situation would be like without it. If there is one thing that I could suggest that would be guaranteed to boost any business, networking would be it. But how does it deliver value exactly? Networking takes time. It is not an instant gratification thing. It is about human relationshi

Planning Your Financial Future.

This week we are going to have a little self-reflection. One thing I have learned over the years with my own money issues– and the money woes of my clients is that self-reflection is key to success. Managing your personal finances is all about being brutally honest with yourself. The more consistent your self-reflection, the better you will grasp the success (or failure) of your financial situation. In other words, if you want to succeed at money, you need to be constantly looking at your own life, your own goals, and your own choices until that kind of self-analysis becomes second nature. But, what if that type of self-reflection doesn’t come easy? I’ve found that when I’m struggling with m