You don't create greatness by compromising in the middle ground. You create greatness by having the guts to wade through the unknown. The middle ground is safer, but seeking higher ground is worth the effort.
Are you listening to the wrong feedback?. All feedback is not valid. A big problem with feedback is that we often listen to the wrong sources.. For example, my friend Julie felt called to make handmade cards.. From an early age she crafted masterpieces. She spent hours on each card
Sales is a noble profession; we shouldn't let it be sullied by the people who do it badly.
Twenty-something years ago several babies were born. Some of them wound up creating violence; others tried to save people from it. I want to know why.
There are distinct differences between the way successful happy people approach life versus those who continually struggle.
Your metaphors create the narrative of your life. Choose imagery that will help you show up with passion for the people who matter to you.
Acknowledging and appreciating uncertainty doesn't make you less powerful. It makes you more powerful.
Your mood, productivity, opinions and ambition are affected by the people you let into your life, and your head.
It's up to you to decide what your brand is, and what it isn't.
Trying to decide too early doesn't propel you forward, it holds you back. Next time you're facing an uncertain situation, instead of flashing forward two steps, stay in the present. That's where the best decisions are always made.
So that's what we're left with, the risk of love. It's sad, it's ugly, and it's worth it.
I've both loved and loathed working from home. Working from home is neither the problem, nor the solution. Creating great work and creating a great family require the same things: time, space and working together.
The boss wants what we all want: support, respect and someone to say, "I've got your back buddy."
It's easier to do small stuff by yourself, but to get the big wins you have to work with other people.
Author Randy Gage says there's no reason to dislike people because they have money.