Finding Success & Happiness – Lose the Word “Should”

There was a saying back in the nineties: “Don’t `should’ on me, and I won’t `should’ on you”. It’s still as relevant today as it was then.

“Should” is a word all about powerlessness. It’s soaked in guilt, regret and failure. It’s all about making yourself do what you actually hate doing (and often what others think you “should” do). That’s not what being a successful female entrepreneur is all about.

Throw the word “should” away if you want to feel happier. Either do it—or don’t.

Please don’t waste time on regrets.

There are many things in my life that work well, but many things just don’t and if you are like me these are the things that could be keeping you from your ultimate success and happiness. 2019 is the year to make some big changes!

Please follow along and let’s stretch our limits and change our habits that no longer work – together. Over the next couple of months, I’m sharing some mind-hacks to help you create a whole new way of thinking for 2019 geared to propel you towards not only your goals but a happier, successful life.

If you want to take it a step further and find success, you can sign up for my wealth building workshop designed specifically for busy female entrepreneurs!

Are you ready to build your dream life? Even though it won’t happen overnight, it IS possible to make serious change, so you can recognize the right earning opportunities for your business.

I encourage you to dig even deeper and take ACTION in four areas of our business: finances, streams of income, investing, and business expansion. These are the pillars of my newest online workshop, “Wealth Building Strategies for Female Entrepreneurs.”

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Photoshoot location: Steveston Village in Richmond, B.C., Canada

Isabella Oliver Ltd. (Canada)

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