Wednesday , 23 June 2021

Tag Archives: Just do it

My 2015 Gratitude Jar and Why you need to join me in 2016


One of the wisest things I did in 2015 was my gratitude jar. I am so happy that I stuck with this exercise because the results were nothing but incredible. These days our attention is pulled in every direction, we spend our lives figuring out our next move, our next goal, how much we don’t have. Always thinking that we are lacking something, that we never have enough, or that the grass is greener for someone else… on the other side. The gratitude jar is a simple exercise to help remember the good things that have happened to us throughout the …

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When you doubt your power


“When you doubt your power, you give power to your doubt.” ~Honore de Balzac The last couple of weeks have been challenging to say the least. A couple of projects that I worked very hard at did not get the green light. These are the times when you question yourself, when you doubt your power. I have always treated this blog very personally. I also know that when I am going through something like this, someone else might be experiencing a valley as well. And if find a little ray of light, a thought that might get me through a …

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From “To DO List” to “To done!”


One of my favorite websites for entrepreneurs and business building is Marie is not only gorgeous, but funny, and delivers some amazing tips for all of us that are building a business from home. On this particular video post, Marie – in her funny way – shows us how to move our “to do list” into a “to done list”. Watch this informative video while I go “Verberize” my To-Do list right now! Now, I’d love to hear from you. In the comments below, I want you to verberize your to-do list.

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2014 – a New Year when we all get a clean slate


2014 is a new year when we all get a clean slate – 365 days to get our goals accomplished. Are you ready to make this year your best year yet? In order to achieve our goals we must be clear about what it is that we want to accomplish. What experiences do we want to have? What places do we want to visit? And most importantly, who do you want to be? It is also important not to think just about financial goals, but also to pay attention to our career, family, relationships, appearance, and maybe for the first …

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Procrastination – Stop Putting Life Off – Part V – Eliminate Distractions


Distractions are probably the most common thing that keeps us in procrastination mode. In order to get things done, we have to focus! Facebook, Twitter, or any kind of social media, television, your kids, all can be major sources of distraction. Social media is important but we don’t have to be consumed by it when we’re getting into “making things happen” mode. Distractions are like energy vampires that suck away your focus. When you eliminate these distractions things start falling into place! Here are some ideas I’ve found to eliminate distractions and really focus on a task: Be mindful of …

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Hay House’s World Summit (FREE ACCESS)


The Hay House World Summit will bring you exclusive videos, intimate audio interviews and healing tips directly from the experts including Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, John Edward, Doreen Virtue, Deepak Chopra, Suze Orman, Dr. Brian Weiss, Don Miguel Ruiz, Iyanla Vanzant, Esther Hicks, Denise Linn and many more! These inspiring authors and teachers will offer you healing tips and guidance on a number of topics such as eating healthier, learning to mediate, connecting with angels, tapping in to your intuitive abilities, practicing forgiveness, reducing stress, regaining your sanity, manifesting miracles and more! Oh, and by the way, the …

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5 Books about success that every entrepreneur should read.

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Here is a clue from successful entrepreneurs. Leaders are readers. I’ve read some more great professional and self development books this year and want to share a few with you. I encourage you to find a book that interests you and carve out a few minutes every day to read at least a few pages. You’ll be amazed at the difference it will make in your journey toward success! 5 Books about success that every entrepreneur should read. (Note: Each books has an affiliate link attached to it.) 1. The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to …

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ARE YOU BETTING ON YOURSELF? For the last few months I have been working on a few projects: Glamorosas, licensing deals, illustration for magazines and beauty lines, this blog, and working with make up artists for the Motives cosmetics line. I have been working like MAD and pulled in so many directions, long days with little rest and some set-backs of programs not going through. Winning some – losing some. I have always loved Les Brown and follow his every word; when I saw his latest post I thought it was written for me! And because a lot of us …

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Goal buddy, the fast track to achieving your goals.


Just like an athlete doesn’t get to the top of their profession without the guidance and support of a coach. In life we should all have someone who will enable us to improve, motivate us and hold us accountable to our goals; someone that enable us to grow… a goal buddy. We have heard many times before that if you write your goals you have 40% chance to hit hit them, but did you know that if you tell someone else your success rate goes up to 60%? A goal buddy can challenge, motivate and support you, it can help …

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Life is too precious to be lived in mediocrity.


Do you ever feel like your life is stuck in a rut? Are you bored with your every-day routine? From the moment we wake up, brush our teeth, eat breakfast, head off to work, and come back home…everything just sort of happens. Mediocrity creeps up on us before we know it. Nobody strives for a mediocre life but most of us are not willing to put the “sweat equity” it takes to stop living life by default. Are you doing what you want or what you should? mediocrity (definition) Being average and ordinary. “Jane wouldn’t settle for mediocrity; she worked …

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