**Originally published on Facebook April 27th, 2018.
Friday night 1 am… just finishing the day.
I’m not one of those entrepreneurs who runs around saying “if you’re not up at 5 am you’re never going to be successful” or “the late night hustle and grind is a must if you want to win”.
I don’t believe you HAVE to do anything. In fact, I actually think you’ll be MORE successful if you’re getting enough sleep, working out, eating well, spending significant time not working and disconnected, etc…. basically you have to take care of yourself if you want to be able to build and maintain a successful business. Continue reading “Operate From Alignment”
The relationship you have with your phone when you’re single is very different than it is when you’re not. Or at least it should be…
Phone and social media usage is a struggle that I think is very different when you’re single and live alone. Think about it, there are days where it’s your only form of human interaction outside of casual conversation with someone at a store, restaurant, or coffee shop. Because when you get home. It’s just you.
I have conversations with my clients about limiting their phone and social media usage all the time because I know for a fact that it hinders their personal productivity AND clouds their mindset…but I also know it’s hurting their relationships. I practice these same tools in my life as well but what I’ve been noticing lately, is it’s a little different than I had realized before. Continue reading “Relationship With Your Phone”
One client is on a plane to attend a massive 4 day corporate event with people from all over the world.
One client just took a private jet to tour a facility and have a lunch meeting with a potential new vendor whose obviously rolling out the red carpet to impress him.
One client just signed a $6k deal with a huge salon. This is her biggest ticket item and an amazing opportunity.
Continue reading “Is This Real Life?”
Accomplishing what you want in life is a bit of a balancing act. You balance between focusing on the task at hand (the “seed”) or planting today right now in this exact moment and keeping your eye on the end result, keeping your eye on the harvest, on the goal, and what is it you’re looking to create.
You have to balance between focusing on the seed and focusing on the harvest. They both need to be a part of where your mind is every single day.
But if you lean or veer off a little bit too much towards one or the other it can stop your progression entirely. It will hold you back. Continue reading “Sow Now What You Want to Harvest Later”