According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, the average person will have 10 different jobs by the age of forty. Some of the most common reasons people leave their jobs include limited opportunities to use their skills, bad management, poor company culture, lack of advancement, too much or too little work, and lack of acknowledgement/benefits. […]
There are over 580 million entrepreneurs in the world. Many of us have great ideas. We dream of new inventions, starting businesses, and even running our own companies. We imagine what it would be like to be the steward of our own success. But how do we go from idea to successful execution? The reality […]
When we think of the New Year, we often think of resolutions. I want to lose 20 pounds. I want to start my book. I want to get a new job. Sound familiar? Ask yourself this: how many resolutions have you started and kept? How many have failed? Do you know why? Let’s start with […]
For many of us, work is a necessity. We need to work to pay the bills, feed and clothe our family, put gas in our car, and purchase the many other essentials to keep our lives running smoothly. And because we associate work with obligation, it has earned a rather negative connotation in our minds. […]
As children many of us were taught to use the words “please” and “thank you” as a standard course of communicating with people. Please was the “magic” word when we needed or wanted something. And “thank you” was our way of showing appreciation to someone else for providing us with something. While this was most […]
In 2001, I was a regional security manager for Electronic Data Systems (EDS). As the personal liaison to all the federal agencies for my region, I made it my responsibility to know the teams at the various agencies. If I didn’t know them well enough, I wasn’t doing my job. At the time, a partnership […]
Even though most of us want to move forward, we actually spend most of our attention looking back at what was and not focusing forward on what can be.
We live our lives in chapters. When a particular chapter is over and it’s time to ‘leave the nest’ of that situation and experience – if we want to be able to truly ‘take flight’ into our new future,
Though most of us regularly dream of facing the next chapter of life head on, we rarely seek first to have the necessary tools in place to help us succeed.
We all want to feel the enthusiasm of a new found purpose, and to know we have the potential and ability to reach the next level of success. The challenge is that we do not take the time to evaluate what tools….
It can be easy to find ourselves becoming complacent in life, no longer seeking growth and evolution, using ‘acceptance of what is’ as a reason for being stuck.
There is a vast difference in ‘accepting what is’ in life and being able to ‘go with the flow’ and using that mindset to hold you back from continuing down your path toward greatness. Yes, acceptance
Having a heart centred idea and taking action on its implementation is only one step. If we don’t finish what we start, we will not realize our full potential.
Yes, the essence of living in awareness is being present in this moment and feeling your life with an open heart……….