How Neil Diamond Can Help Your Coaching Business
Ever wondered where inspiration comes from? When you get that flash of insight did it come from the deep recesses of your brain? The collective unconscious? That great Wikipedia in the sky?Do You, the Entrepreneur, Ever Get So Busy You Lose Your Vision, and Yourself?
If you’re an entrepreneur struggling to keep up, if you’re overwhelmed and finding it hard to catch your breath, read on. I have a story to tell you and a solution to share…Monetize Random Acts of Inspiration
With a little intention, planning and strategy you can monetize all of your random acts of inspiration. Every inspired idea or action you take in your business needs to be leveraged and intentional once you decide to move forward with it. It’s time to act from inspiration and make more profits.What Is Goal Setting? It’s Thinking Like an Entrepreneur!
How do we change our beliefs, habits and thoughts to set us on a path to consistently achieve our goals in life? Lets examine the mindset of an entrepreneur and see how they set and achieve their goals!The Rule of 5 and How It Relates to You
There is an important factor to our success in life, called rule of 5. Read here about this rule so you can increase your success.3 Qualities of Successful People You Must Know
There are a few qualities successful people share in common. Once you know them, you can develop the too and increase your success. Read here what these qualities are.Is It Time For You to Hire a Coach?
I’m going to go out on a limb here and suggest that I wholeheartedly believe that everyone should invest in a coach at a minimum of at least once in their life and ideally, on a fairly frequent basis. You can now hire coaches for almost anything you can think of, to help you lose weight, find a mate, lose a mate, get over a mate, put your baby to sleep, have a healthier lifestyle, healthier business-you name it, there’s a coach for it.Executive Bonuses Bone Us All
Executive bonuses are a disgrace when they’re supported by taxpayers in government enterprises, or by stock-market investors in public companies. They should be outlawed. If a private company that doesn’t offer shares to the public wants to pay bonuses, fine. Otherwise, not.Out With The Old, In With The New
This is one of those times I get reflective about how I’m doing and where I want to go. How can I make the next quarter better?The Hidden Benefits of Giving
One of the most crucial aspects of growing your business is giving back to the community. However, the intent of giving is not to get back or reap a reward, but to invest in the lives of others. That is the secret to living a life of purpose, peace, and abundance – yet so many neglect to make giving an integral part of their business plan. Developing good habits that serve as a solid foundation to business success are essential to personal growth. The principle of giving is similarly a necessary part of living a successful life. Once a certain level of achievement has been attained, giving back becomes the pathway to influencing future generations, and ultimately shaping destinies. Experiencing a life of joy, purpose, and significance is not an accident, but the result of planning, attention to detail, and hard work. Giving back is a simple, yet powerful, strategy to integrate into both business and personal relationships. The transformation that will result from using these simple techniques is nothing short of amazing.10 Things to Look Out for When Choosing a Virtual Office
You have decided to start your own business? Congratulations. Now you may need a virtual office to project a professional image. With so many options out there, how do you make sure you get the best possible virtual office for your business? Here are the Top 10 things to look out for before you decide.Become a Champion of the North American Entrepreneur
“We need to out-innovate other nations, and the only way to out-innovate other nations is to have an entrepreneurial culture and the support structure around capital and talent and regulation that enables Canada to be in the lead. Other countries are stepping up their game. They’ve recognized that the secret sauce that’s driven the American economy for the past century is entrepreneurship.”