Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire. –Arnold H. Glasow
Simply put, indecision is the progress killer.
Decide, revise, decide, revise should be the herald of the true adventurer and sovereign woman.
There is a quality that all great leaders look for that is a diamond indeed hard to come by, and that is the quality of self initiative.
Most people wait for direction, then once received they execute and seek approval and direction for revision based on their actions.… Click to read more
Quitting your job and living a life of “total freedom” gets glamorized and glorified (I’m guilty of this).
But it’s not always what it’s cracked up to be.
There are a lot of things I wish someone would have told me before I quit my job. I would have been able to better prepare myself for the challenges ahead.
If you’re really passionate about being a rogue creator, by all means, go for it. It is most definitely worth it.… Click to read more
When I was a kid, there was a point where we had to go on welfare. My dad had just lost his job. We were dead broke.
Drinking powdered milk was one of my least favorite memories during that time. I’ll never forget the watered down, strange taste it left in my mouth.
My sisters and I wanted real food, and one of the hardest things for my dad to do was to let go of his pride and ask our church for help.… Click to read more
Our tribe never ceases to amaze me.
It’s made up of incredibly talented, defiant souls that refuse to accept the satus quo. Each one of the individuals highlighted below has shown a commitment to forging their own path to live and work on their own terms.
I’m proud of what each and every one of them has accomplished.
These are eight trailblazers to watch out for in 2015. Their stars are on the rise.
Martyn has leveraged the power of the PTE Immersion group to build his website consultancy and training platform Herosite.co, which helps other entrepreneurs easily build a website that converts.… Click to read more
I’ve helped thousands of template followers quit their jobs.
Over and over, I’ve seen what gets people to follow through, and what makes someone make the transition stick.
(In other words, they don’t come crawling back to another job when working for themselves didn’t work out.)
One of the strangest things by far I’ve seen is that some people never set a date. Yet they think that it will just happen, eventually.
If you want to make quitting your job to get paid to do what you love a certainty and not just a probability, you need to set a date.… Click to read more