Who gets to decide what your “potential” for a well-run business or a well-lived life should be? Potential as a yardstick or a destination rankles me a bit.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Margaret contributed a whooping 50 entries.
Entries by Margaret
If you already find, less than 1/4 of the way through 2019, that you’re carrying too much clutter in your head, let’s do a little mental decluttering together.
I’ve always thought a business with a strong purpose was the most important thing I could cultivate. But I see now that I’ve had it all turned around.
Envy. At one time or another, we’ve all felt it. Yet this icky feeling can bring with it a powerful gift.
We’re all constantly learning, evolving & improving ourselves/our work. It’s how we grow. I absolutely agree that’s a great plan—until it isn’t.
We all care about our clients’ dreams. But how much do they care about yours? Should they? Pondering the mystery of reciprocity in our work.
I haven’t jumped on the “Word of the Year” bandwagon for a couple of years now, but this year I’m drawn to do it for myself.
Are you able to find—or create—an island of sanity in your busy day/week/year to sink into planning what comes next? No matter what it looks like, give it a try.
It’s a universal truth in self-employment: Some days, (or weeks, or months) it’s tough to stay on track. I have a secret weapon that I use in these times: It’s the More of/Less of Game.
I work with so many people stalled in their progress. Would they be so frustrated if we weren’t always surrounded by this illusion of perfection?