3 Tips That Help Entrepreneurs Thrive
Entrepreneurs, here are three top tips to help you get more done faster. Face it. You’re SLAMMED! Running your business and trying to work ON your business in your “spare” time… Yeah. Right. Hey, I feel your pain. As a fellow solopreneur, I understand just how challenging it is to find the time, tools and tactics to get the right things done.
Productivity Tips that WORK!
I’m always looking for ways to improve my productivity. This interesting article from www.BusinessVibes.com shares some great tips on ways to skip the daily distractions and get lots more done! LOVE IT!
The Impact of Lacking Self-Esteem on Business Professionals
Studies show that at least 85% or more of the world’s people suffer from some degree of lacking self-esteem. Although one might think that such challenges are only characteristic of the poor, uneducated, or lower socio-economic members of society, people from all walks of life can suffer situational or more widespread challenges with their levels of self-esteem.
You maximize your personal power when you exude an energy of authenticity. When
you not only speak from the heart but walk your talk, others get the real you. Living
authentically comes from closing the gap between who you are, what you do and
what you want others to get about you. Authenticity results when who you are being equals what
you are speaking. In contrast, when you project a facade that differs from what you think and
who you really are inside, others sense the disparity.
The Most Important Job in the World
Why is this so important? There are many reasons, but I would like to focus on just one. To coin a useful cliché, we have to become part of the solution, and stop being part of the problem. If this seems self-evident, good, but perhaps we need to remind ourselves that the big problems of our time are not caused by bad people, but by normal people, behaving normally.
Firm but Kind: how ‘spiritual business’ is far from being a contradiction
An increasing number who have been pioneering ethical businesses, Fair Trade and other such initiatives over recent decades would probably not want to be associated with many conventional business practices. Thanks to them it’s comparatively common now to eat out on locally sourced ingredients.
How To Make Friends With Time
In our 24-7-365 world it can be hard not to want everything now . . . or sooner. Everybody seem to be rushed off their feet . . . except those who find that times drags terribly! How can time be so changeable? Maybe it is not time, but us: maybe the time has come to reflect on the nature of time and to rethink our relationship with it.