Ask any extremely successful person or leader what has been the #1 KEY to their success, and she’ll almost definitely tell you the same thing: Having the right mindset.
And that mostly comes down to asking herself the right QUESTIONS throughout the day, and at each key moment in her life and business!
Like the famous quote says, "The quality of your life is determined by the quality of the questions you ask yourself".
Many times we are held back in life or feel stuck because we are asking low-quality questions. Questions, that are not helping us see things from a different perspective or point of you.
So how can you adopt the right MINDSET for success starting today? Start by asking the same 3 questions every highly impactful leader or coach would ask of themselves or the people they mentor.
1. HOW IS MY THINKING IMPACTING MY RESULTS? The successful female entrepreneur or coach pays close attention to her...
These last few weeks have given all of us a run for our money. The current situation we are facing and having to walk through is probably one we will remember for decades to come.
I don't know about you, but I definitely had my breakdown moments. Feelings of fear and despair poked their ugly heads up, which is normal considering how quickly our world started to unravel.
If I want to be completely transparent with you, which is always my goal, especially at the beginning of it all, I wanted to give in so badly. I wanted to just stay in my pj's all day, watch a sitcom and eat my favorite chips and chocolate to numb the pain away. 7 short years ago, that is exactly what I would've done. I would've reached for the habits that while made me feel good at the moment, would've set me on a downward spiral fast.
Here's what I've learned about tough times, and I'm sure just like me you've faced plenty of those in your lifetime, they can either make us better or make...
We all have that thing. The thing that holds us back from really chasing after our God-given dreams and unleashing our destiny. For some, it’s a fear of failure. For others, it’s fear of not knowing if they will be enough or if they will measure up. Yet for others, it’s the fear of rejection. More specifically being rejected or made fun of by family, friends or peers.
Don Miller says it this way: “Losing as a means to survive socially is the stuff of a sad life.” Ouch. That’s a tough statement to hear but I love how he follows this statement up by saying “It’s sad because the best thing that can happen to your friends, your family, and even your competition is for you to succeed.”
In today's video, I talk about I'm sharing some helpful tips on overcoming our fear of outshining others in order to really show up for our calling and purpose.
In the video, you heard me say, "Successful people set the...