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Feeling in a rut and like your life is on auto-pilot? Looking to revitalize your mindset and renew your routine? Here you’ll find everything from tips to increase your engagement at work to boost your confidence to take new risks.
For an exciting project I’m working on, I had the opportunity to interview recent retirees to understand their transition from working life and what makes for a successful retirement. As I listened to their stories and reflections, it struck me that those of us still working should incorporate their lessons learned into our day to day to have more fulfilling lives and careers today. There’s absolutely no need to wait until retirement to live the good life when we can implement these four simple tips while we’re still working.
Are you a small business owner who’s just starting out? If your business isn’t widely known, it’s likely you’re struggling to sell your products or services. Without a big marketing budget, the best thing you can do is lean on other people to support, vouch and go to bat for you based on the fact that they know, like and trust you.
Do you feel stuck at your corporate job – and not just because of money? You might be caught with the modern version of golden handcuffs. Let’s call them rosegolden handcuffs, shall we?
I’m dedicated to teaching my kids to have an entrepreneurial mindset to help them succeed in both their everyday lives and future careers – whatever those may be.
I’ve learned that experiences foster more lasting happiness than material things. That’s why five years ago I started giving the gift of experiences, forgoing material gifts altogether.
Did you know that over half of Americans are currently unhappy at work? The quest for more joy and meaning in our careers is causing many of us to push ourselves to make serious changes.
Changing your mindset when feeling stuck in a rut isn’t as easy as just telling yourself to think differently. That’s why I decided to try one new thing a week for an entire year. The process of stepping outside of my comfort zone helped me go from feeling fatigued and burned out to feeling more stimulated and engaged.