Tag: work

Cleaning Up Your Messes & Incompletes: Part 2

For those who are thinking about projects and are leaving them cluttered within your mind, I’m introducing to you today THE 4 Ds OF COMPLETION. Do it, Delegate it, Delay it, or Dump It. I had a couple of projects mid-last year that I was…

Clean Up Your Messes & Incompletes

If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, what is the significance of a clean desk? – Laurence J. Peter I really like to say this about a lot of people.  If you walk into a friends home and it’s an…

Ask! Ask! Ask!

Why are people so afraid to ask for help. Well, maybe looking foolish, needy, or lack of better term – dumb.  Listen, we’re just all afraid of experiencing rejection. Herbert True, a special from Notre Dame found that… 44% of all salespeople quit trying…

Lisa Nichols – Leave The Legacy

“How will you live every day, and how will you impact people for the better—improving the world for others who’ll (hopefully) take up your work when you are compelled to pass the torch?” – Lisa Nichols If you look at some of the most…

Lisa Nichols – The Process of Asking Giving & Receiving

Step 1: Asking I’ve talked in the past about your life purpose statement, visualization, meditation, making affirmations among so many other things so you can figure out what exactly you want.  Be very clear about what you want. When you do your affirmations, add…

Stephen Covey – At The Center: Who Are You?

In order to write a personal mission statement, we have to begin at the Circle of Influence, that center that’s compiled of our most basic paradigms. Whatever is at the centre of our life will be the source of our security, guidance, wisdom, and…

Jack Canfield – Tell The Truth Faster

“When in doubt, tell the truth.” – Mark Twain Aren’t we afraid of the consequences of making others feel uncomfortable or unworthy? I use to work in Australia at a dental office where an assistant would complain all-day, turn customers away, have rude antics…

Jack Canfield – Redefine Time

The world is entering a new time zone, and one of the most difficult adjustments people must make is in their fundamental concepts and beliefs about the management of time. – Dan Sullivan I love this picture in Jack Canfield’s book because this just…