You’ll notice on this blog that I write a lot about personal development, mindset, and psychology. First, I can’t help myself (my doctorate is in psychology). Second, and most importantly, if you work on your inner game, the outer game flows naturally, easily, and with flow.
I was on a Southwest flight to San Diego in March of 2014. If you’ve ever flown on Southwest, you may have flipped through their in-flight magazine, Spirit. I love this magazine. There are interesting articles, crossword puzzles, Sudoku puzzles if you’re so inclined (I’m not, they make me want to pound my head against the tray table), an origami lesson, and even a drink recipe. What's not to love?
I'd like to share a quick but powerful exercise that helps me focus my day.
First, I ask myself this question...
I've recently read what I consider to be one of the most important books for entrepreneurs. Steven Pressfield in The War of Art describes resistance and, more importantly, what it does to us, our goals, our work, and our lives if we let it. To give you a few examples, he tells us that resistance...
One of my clients is looking to improve the order form his team uses for his signature product.
As he should.
There's nothing worse than working 12+ hour days on a big launch -- designing amazing sales pages and funnels, writing perfect copy, etc. -- and then losing sales because of a bad order form.
I have a way of working that works beautifully for me. I thought I’d share. You might find it useful.
I've come to realize over the years that, for me, it is absolutely necessary to include these five days into my life, especially now that I own my own business. Otherwise, my life and my business just don't run right.
I have a question for you. Are you waiting to be happy? Are you waiting until you have the perfect business, perfect team, perfect partner, perfect body, perfect house, or perfect kids?
While you're outside, breathe.
While you're breathing, see.
While you're seeing, listen.
While you're listening, smell.
While you're smelling, feel.
While you're feeling, appreciate.
We all know that multi-tasking doesn't work for most people. Our brains just don't work that way. However, there is a way to multi-task that maximizes productivity and fun.