Chances are, you’re busy hustling between the 40 hours a week you need to work, the family you need to provide for, and the bills that need to be paid.
Today is your lucky day, as I’m going to reveal to you how I helped my team get more things done in less time through the power of correct prioritization.
Inherently, the seasoned traveler doubles as a social butterfly. They can strike up a conversation on a whim and somehow manage to find common ground with individuals from all walks of life.
Confidence. It’s a powerful word and an even more powerful feeling. Can you remember a time in your life when you felt confident?
Until you know how to focus, you’ll never be able to think clearly, solve problems, make decisions, or remember things.
I used to compare myself with people on Instagram and I’ve seen how the social media site works. My page used to have more than 10,000 followers.
The parental headache of sibling rivalry begins in childhood. It can carry far beyond those formative years and into adulthood with all kinds of problems years down the road, such as who gets to spend family holidays with the parents each year, family wars over parental estates and decades of competition over who is more successful.
Do you find it difficult sticking with an exercise routine? Do you love the idea of creating a routine, yet still lack the motivation to apply your creation?
I’m sure you’ve come across ‘morning routines’ being talked about as something very important if you want to be healthy and successful.
We all have habits. Big or small, healthy or unhealthy, our habits combine to form routines that play out every day for us.
The cycle of bad habits is what keeps us living small and stops us from reaching our true potential. Breaking a bad habit isn’t as hard as it seems; despite being a CEO of a company and raising two children, I still managed to break 3 bad habits I had within 2 months.
What if I told you there was one simple exercise you could do anywhere that would improve the way you look, think, and feel?
Many of the most important and influential texts ever written, like Sun Tzu’s the Art of War, Niccolo Machiavelli’s The Prince, or even Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People, are about leadership.
Being a leader of a company or organization is certainly a difficult and often frustrating position – but it can also be tremendously rewarding.
There’s no doubt about it – change is tough. Old habits are hard to shift, and adopting a new lifestyle can feel like an uphill battle!
We get it. There’s nothing better than an extra 30 minutes of sleep on a warm, cozy bed. But did you know that it could actually make you more tired?
We all get them – those feelings of doubt, fear, lack of self-confidence and lack of self-belief. Whatever it is we want to achieve in life, no matter how much we want it, there will always be times when you hit a challenging period, your motivation hits a wall and you feel like giving up.
Everyday our lives are governed by habit. These habits are the little routines and small ways of doing things.
Being an excellent manager doesn’t make someone a strong leader. We’ve all run into someone who uses the titles interchangeably, and it can be frustrating.
Founders and CEOs are always short on time, and their plates will never be cleared. But in order to succeed long-term, all leaders have to decide on strategic things they cannot let slip.