It’s not impossible to function in a disorganized environment, but you function way more efficiently when you’ve done away with all the clutter.
That’s why Marie Kondo and the entire ‘organizational industry’ are so huge. It’s proven that a decluttered life equals a decluttered mind.
But there’s one VERY IMPORTANT area that most people don’t spend enough time decluttering.
I’m going to give you a step-by-step daily process you can do to get all the messy, success-blocking thoughts out of your head so you can be less overwhelmed and focus on functioning at your best.
Do you ever feel your day would be so much easier if people at work would just be nice and do what they’re supposed to do?
I used to think that.
But what if I told you the truth is… you ARE 100% in control of the quality of every relationship you have and how it impacts your success REGARDLESS of how the other person behaves.
You’d probably call bullshit right? Everyone knows that relationships are a two way street.
I used to think that too.
I share the secret to getting along with people at work. Plus, I’ll give you three things you can do to empower yourself in every work relationship, have less stress and be 100% in control of your success.
Are you thinking that maybe you’re not in the right place in your career? Maybe it’s the wrong company or the wrong team? Maybe it’s the wrong field altogether. Generally, we ask ourselves these questions because we’re not having fun at work. If you were loving your job, you wouldn’t be as confused if you should be somewhere else.
In this episode, I’m going to share why it’s important to love your job, what it takes to love your job and how to start loving it again right now.
In this week’s episode of the Have The Career You Want podcast, I’m going to share the biggest mistake you make when you fail at work that’s slowing down your success. And, I’m going to give you three strategies you can do instead that will boost your confidence to fail so you can accelerate your growth and be the leader everyone wants on their team
For years, I quit on almost every goal I’ve ever set for myself … at least once. Quitting usually happens when it gets hard or I fall on my face a few times. That’s when I generally find an excellent excuse to ‘pause’ on my goal.
But what if I told you that NOT quitting on your goal is also a skill? And like any skill, it’s something you get better at with practice? What could you achieve if you got really good at the skill of NOT quitting on your goal?
In this week’s podcast episode, I’m sharing rock-solid insights for you to stop quitting on your goal and start achieving anything you want.