Have you ever started a project and not finished it? To design your future, you need a plan. 12 steps to planning for success.
Have you ever been told that you can’t do something? Worse yet, have you ever told yourself that you can’t do something? Who says?
Do you believe it?
Do you ever find yourself going through life on auto-pilot, not really noticing or appreciating what is around you? Driving mindlessly to work, dreading the day. Chilling out in the evening, or working the “second shift” – all those chores screaming to be done. Oblivious to your surroundings.
Difficult circumstances can prevent us from seeing beauty too. I wrote a post about this on Michele Cushatt’s blog. (Check out her site and her book Undone.) We get caught up in focusing on what we have lost, and don’t see what blessings we have.
All the while only a few feet away is a big, beautiful world. One that we so easily miss.
You can design a full, rich, meaningful life. We so often get stuck right at the start with that blank piece of paper. Listen for 4 strategies to start designing your future.
Last week I took three trips combined into one. Connecticut to Florida to Georgia to Colorado and back to Connecticut. A combination of business and vacation. Each leg was only a few days, so I didn’t really have time to get used to the place I was in before it was time to move again.
And I ended up in different time zones.
Powerful communication can turn even boring facts into a great story. One that moves, motivates, and empowers people to take action. Listen to hear 4 powerful results that come from practicing dynamic communication.