Lots to talk about, but mainly: Happy New Year! You probably have a killer dream in place – maybe one or two goals in mind. I was talking with a friend recently who said she was looking for a 9-5 job. But then I asked her what her goals were for this year. They were to travel and to have job flexibility. Well – those two things don’t really fit into working a regular corporate job. So why was she trying to do that when her ultimate goals for 2018 were totally opposite?
A lot of us get stuck in the “when I grow up” phase – I’ll do that when I grow up! It’d be nice to do that someday, or go there someday. As we get older we realize that “someday” is going to come and go. If you want it to happen, you need to make a game plan.
So let’s get serious about SCHEDULES and ROUTINES to help you achieve more!
Happy New Year! I can’t believe how quickly 2016 flew by and that we’re in 2017 all of a sudden. Now that we’re almost at the end of the first week of the year (!!), let’s talk productivity and planning.
Oftentimes Small Business Owners fall into the trap of feeling that it is imperative to have a right-hand man or woman that is an employee of the business. It feels like a natural next step, and a lot of us are natural born leaders, so we are eager for someone to lead.
If you have a brick and mortar, Business to Consumer business model that can make sense. You need someone to man the store while you’re away and want someone you can depend on. Totally fine. If you have a service based, Business to Business model though – think again. If you are the face of the business, if you and your brain and services are what people are paying for, do you really need a full time or part time employee?
When I decided I wanted guidance, focus, and direction in my life I really did not know where to begin. I looked all over for resources, but ultimately I had such a difficult time finding the right kind of inspiration. I put together this guide to really help eliminate the guess work that comes with trying to find things that can inspire and resonate with you.
There’s a ton of career advice out there. Some of it is great, and some of it doesn’t apply to anything ever. Over the course of my career I have been blessed to work under some amazing people. Throughout this time I’ve been able to pick up on their skills and have fine-tuned my own abilities. I’ve had many jobs and I’ve worked with a lot of different personalities. It might have taken me a while to find my groove (and the right job for that matter), but I am definitely confident in my abilities today.
Here are a few of the best practical career tips I’ve ever received, along with the things I’ve learned along the way.