redefining success

In short, revising a job ideal requires reality. We must know who we are -- not who we thought we'd be. And we must seek honest specificity in our job search so we can set goals with truth --not expectation -- as a yardstick.
Parents. At their very best, they are supportive and understanding of the choices you make in life. At their very worst (or as we think is the worst), they are unloving and adamant about a specific way to live life.
I believe the way we act in small, insignificant moments is directly related to how we act when the critical moments in life come jumping into our reality. How you do anything is truly how you do everything, is it not? If you are only waiting for the big moments in life to turn on more serious efforts in your business or personal life then you're only fooling yourself.
How is the power of perception holding you back? What outdated ideas can you ditch?
Passion about your work intensifies focus, provides the drive to persist when challenges arise, and enables creativity. If
Turning 30, it turns out, has taught me that self-discovery never ends, that today won't look the same as yesterday or tomorrow, and that in order to live your life the way you want you actually have to live your life the way you want.
If you ask any entrepreneur how important the ability to fail is in building a company or product, most will tell you it
One of those realizations where you wonder why you never saw it before, a complete and utter Aha, and a banishing of all
Speaking of flak, you had better expect it when you break from what others think you should do. I remember when my first
However, when you write something so personal all kinds of challenges arise. The time has come for me to share about my journey and the lessons that have made me who I am today. I hope that my journey will in some way inspire you to greatness!
Men and women alike are cracking under the pressure to perform, professionally and personally. We are desperate for change, frantically hoping for a moment just to catch our breath. We are frustrated by the constant comparisons, the divisive, competitive culture and the constant stress of being what others want us to be.
How do you define success? My daughter's history teacher at Princeton High School poses that question to his class. Then he tells each student to draw a poster illustrating their answer.
This time around, as I write my brave new ending and build new businesses that are more aligned with my purpose, I've decided to re-define success.
I want to share these science-based tips with you to help you avoid those silly mistakes and help your relationships flourish!
10. Photo courtesy of Kia Martinson “I work because you are the air I breathe. I work to show you that you can grow up and
I've never felt the need to compare myself to others; my worst enemy and rival was the person staring back at me in the mirror
What's your speed for business success? It should be the speed that allows you to build a great framework and motivates you
believe that life is filled with seasons, adventures and transitions that can empower us to live greater lives. However, the way we look at life determines whether or not we win in life. Life is not a spectator sport.