19 March 2020

What To Do When Life Throws You a Curveball That Changes Direction Hourly

2020-03-19T15:14:32-04:00March 19th, 2020|Change|0 Comments

Change can suck or it's an adventure.  Thing is, it can be both within seconds.  Stress comes along with change.  Stress can lead to overwhelm.  Overwhelm can lead to depression and anxiety issues.  Stress also lead to us not thinking right, of being unable to really "hear" or think like we used to.  Below, I offer some resources to you about change and stress that have helped my clients.      Ways to deal with change (article) https://cafemutual.com/news/guestcolumn/332-how-can-advisors-deal-with-change   Ways to Manage Your Change Mindset  (Video 20 minutes) https://www.elevatingyourbusiness.com/listen-to-profiting-from-change-how-to-manage-your-mindset-and-overcome-overwhelm/   Avoid Business Burnout: 7 Critical Planning Areas (Article) https://www.elevatingyourbusiness.com/avoid-business-burnout-plan/   31 Signs of Burnout & Burnout Assessment (Download) https://www.dropbox.com/s/oz1u2qu88jcu8y8/Banishing%20Burnout%20Assessment.pdf?dl=0

11 April 2018

10-Hours (or 10-Days) To a Spotless and Organized Kitchen

2018-04-11T09:11:05-04:00April 11th, 2018|Change|0 Comments

Summary:   When I talk about systematization or chunking actions into smaller steps, it's so much easier to show my clients this article I wrote back after I had moved across the country, unpacked, realized I was in the wrong apartment, and moved again to unpack; all of which I did in 6 months. People think of organizing tasks, creating systems, or making changes to their business as overwhelming and it is!  However, when you spend the time to plan for the changes, to chunk the actions into smaller, more doable pieces, you'll actually save time (all the time you're THINKING about doing the task) in the long run!   Sometimes it helps to organize a room

8 March 2018

Listen To: PROFITING FROM CHANGE, How to Manage Your Mindset and Overcome Overwhelm

2018-03-23T01:16:33-04:00March 8th, 2018|Change|0 Comments

I'm back from my trip to India where I spoke to 500+ independent advisors and distributors at the CIFA 2018 conference on the topic of change, which was taped and is available below. I also conducted a 90-minute workshop at a private event for 70 top advisors on the subject of niching and creating an ideal client profile. This taped event was held at CIFA2018, a www.CafeMutual.com event.  It's a 20-minute "Ted-like" talk. And for those of you who love speaking, taking an important message, and drilling it down into just 20-minutes is not easy! Here's the description of that talk: Profiting from Change: How Advisors Can Manage Your Mindset and Overcome Overwhelm The financial industry

6 August 2010

The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity

2021-06-10T20:40:14-04:00August 6th, 2010|Change|1 Comment

In her book "The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity", Catherine Ponder writes about three simple steps about the law of prosperity. The same steps can be easily be used by business owners to better organize the time you have, be more successful, find the freedom you're looking for, etc. The three steps are: (1) Have a plan, wring out your desires and constantly expanding it; (2) Mentally imaging that plan as fulfilled; (3) Constantly affirming its perfect fulfillment. I highly recommend this book. Usually in prosperity books, you don't read a lot about God or the bible. But you do in this book. I've looked at bible verses in a new way, a different way. The book is

9 June 2009

So What’s Holding You Back? Which Excuse Has You Stuck?

2021-10-02T02:31:29-04:00June 9th, 2009|1. Mindset - Life Coaching, Change|0 Comments

So What’s Holding You Back? Which Excuse Has You Stuck? Summary: Want to be happier? Start to remove all the excuses you use… and gain more time and energy too! I’m not sure what the history of "excuses" is, except to know that a majority of the time excuses equal some sort of self-dishonesty. They’re part of what we thought we "should do" vs. being a "must do"! Excuses come from us not being able to take our own "no’s". They’re what we say to people so that we "don’t hurt their feelings". Excuses are what we say so that others don’t hurt us. Excuses are part of what we’re tolerating in our life (that which

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