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
There’s a tendency among those who work at home to become accidental shut-ins; especially at first, when struggling to learn every facet of a new business. If you are like
Instead of concentrating on your fear, ask yourself: “What’s the worst that could happen?” (WTWTCH Formula) Once in a blue moon, yes, you’ll realize that things are definitely risky to
Ever wondered why you can’t lose your perfectionist ways? Most likely, you had a parent or teacher who dinned it into you that perfectionism was next to godliness. This is
In addition to waking up every morning and counting aloud three things you feel grateful for, name three things you like about yourself. Try these two little exercises for a
Even if people are approaching entrepreneurship out of dire necessity and your life is in a shambles, they can usually find three things per day that they are grateful for.
Set a big but achievable goal for each month. Find a quote or motto that sums up what that goal is all about. Print out or write your motto for
Did you know that a percentage of people who spend hours a day at the computer without a break develop serious, life-threatening or highly unpleasant physical problems, such as deep-vein
Sometimes the reason we find tasks so difficult or find that systems others praise just don’t work for us lies in the fact that we have a different learning style.
No one can do everything (even though many people pretend they do). Top female entrepreneurs always have top teams—of fellow specialists/professionals to whom they delegate or outsource non-money-making tasks. (You