A Fable of Good Intentions
May 15, 2018
Aim for Success When You Consider Selling Your Business
April 19, 2018
Three Transformative Secrets for Successful Business Sale
March 29, 2018
February 28, 2018
Get the whole picture of how ready your business is to sell
February 8, 2018
Season's Greeting from Fall: Let Go!
October 9, 2017
Myths that stall conversations - and what to do about them
July 7, 2017
Surprising Costs of Avoiding the Problem
May 8, 2017
Bust the Conflict Avoidance Barrier
March 23, 2017
INFOGRAPHIC: Propel Your Dream with a Plan
December 2, 2016
May 16, 2016
What happened to your dream of making a change?
You know it's fallen into the soup of good intentions if you find yourself thinking...
I’m too busy…
I haven’t got a minute for myself...
I know I should, but...
I just need to finish X first...
I just need more discipline...
You’re not alone.
These beliefs are an SOS call from a desire going down. Thoughts like these will stop you every time. If you would like to learn the simple secrets for rescuing and reviving your vision, read on.
Take a lesson from the Feds: create an annual budget, and make sure there’s a line dedicated to you.
Here are 5 secrets to rescue, launch, and sustain momentum for your desired change:
Expand your mental horizon to the entire year.
What percentage of this whole year seems reasonable to dedicate to your change? Make it easy. How about 1%? That's about 15 minutes per day.
Instead of trying to find the time while in the midst of a day, plan for it, now.
Block time on your calendar with recurring appointments.
Dare to use the time you budgeted for the purpose you chose.
Try it, just for a day. Seriously, switch over to your calendar right now, and make a date for change. Keep the date and notice how you feel after.
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