There are times during the year when we evaluate the things we’ve been able to improve and accomplish the goals we’ve been able to meet, and the new relationships we’ve been able to form. This is different for everyone, but I would suggest at least once a quarter if not once a month. You may ask yourself, “Have I improved on the person I am inside?” For me improving the person inside means improving on some of my habits,
It is just not possible in business (or in life) to do things perfectly 100% of the time. I don’t know anyone who does. So how do you handle a huge mistake without losing your following or your audience’s faith in you?
I’ve made mistakes in my business, and one of them happened years ago when I was hosting my first large scale launch with webinars. I had been giving webinars for a while and I always went through a protocol before each webinar to make sure everything was running smoothly.
This year’s winter storms have caused many of us to struggle to get to our destinations this holiday season. I headed out with my family to Oregon from Idaho to visit my 93 year “young” father and found myself in one of those winter storms. At first, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to attempt it, people warned me of the dangers of traveling in this kind of weather. But I was raised in snow country and felt confident I could easily make the 2-hour trip.
In this age of information, we have a world of resources at our fingertips. We have more teachers, coaches, mentors, and “experts” at our disposal than ever before. But the most overlooked, underutilized and divinely powerful resource of them all is YOU – your own “Star Power”…your own strengths, intuition, knowledge, and inner voice. I think so many people have lost contact with their inner resources.
As Albert Einstein once said, “Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking”.