These days there are a 1000 messages coming at you about all the things you should be doing better.
You should be:
– Meditating twice a day
– Doing yoga and exercise
– Eating healthy
– Getting rid of old stuff
– Getting out of debt
– Investing your money effectively
– Colour coordinating your sock drawer
– Learn to love yourself
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My head starts to spin.
“How could I allow this group to be late on the first day?? What if they think it’s okay to be late everyday and it’s all my fault??”
My breath gets short. My face blushes.
“I’m suppose to be a leader. I’m suppose to set an example. I’m suppose to be good but I’ve messed everything up!”
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Are you in a job or in business and know that you could be doing more? You know that you could be making a bigger impact but for some reason you’re stuck?
If that’s you then this video is for you.
I talk about:
- the number one thought that’s keeping you at your current career level
- how this thought is negatively impacting your career
- the antidote – how to change this thought so you can level up and impact more people
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Do you ever feel overwhelmed, you have too many things to do and want to clone yourself? I have some good news for you :).
Last week I did a training on Burnout and How to Overcome It on the Kendrick Shope Show where I lay out an organizational system that will greatly decrease overwhelm.
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We were walking through the tall trees of High Park. It was a little chilly and we were both in fall jackets.
“Did you have a chance calculate your sales for 2017 last week?” I asked. “No, I didn’t get to that,” she replied.
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Last weekend, I was doing some readings for school and came across this passage,
Take a spiritually underdeveloped person, for example, a criminal. Such a person will use self-will in a very obvious way to serve his immediate seeming advantages, disregarding all laws—spiritual as well as human.
And I felt my blood begin to boil.
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Abby Oliver, after she figured out where her loneliness was leading her
When Abby was in her late 20s, her life looked great from the outside. She was the VP of Public Relations and Marketing for a company. She had a 2 bedroom house in Bel Air and many friends. But on the inside she felt empty, lonely and she didn’t know how to fit in.
Continue reading “Loneliness might mean you’re meant for something more”