The Early Bird Gets More Than Worms

podcast Aug 24, 2020
 

 

Many entrepreneurs say that waking up early has helped them in their business and life. They have more time on their hands to finish important tasks, and they even have the time for activities that help improve their health and wellbeing.

This is one of the changes that many people would love to make -- waking up early in the morning to get more things done. For some people, it has become a habit and they find it easy, but for others, it is something that they continue to...

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Love the Outlier

blog entrepreneurship Aug 19, 2020

I am in another city. I don't live here, I am visiting. Well, not exactly visiting either. I'm here for a wedding. The wedding of a very good friend of my husband's and mine. He is a very pale, red-headed white guy with long hair, who always wears hats and is a brilliant, introverted engineer. She is an exuberant and delightful Jamaican woman who can captivate a room of strangers with her gregarious nature. They own a successful company together and a couple of houses. And now they are...

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Just in Time vs Just in Case

podcast Aug 16, 2020
 
 

When we become entrepreneurs and start our own businesses, we usually try to learn the process from scratch. There are so many resources nowadays, and with the help of the internet, we can easily collect them all. 

But one thing that we need to be mindful of is if we are actually over-preparing by learning everything right now, even though we don’t need them at this moment or in the near future.

We might be spending so much time learning and searching for resources...

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Who Do You Think You Are?

blog mindset Aug 12, 2020

Human beings love to label themselves. Woman. Married. Coach. Buddhist. Dog lover. Coffee drinker. We also love to label others. It's easier to remember people when you have a way to sort and categorize them. It's just human nature and our brains are wired to do it automatically. But, even though it's the way we operate, and there's no doubt that putting labels on people makes it easier to sort and file them than just trying to recall every single individual characteristic, there is a great...

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Other People's Problems

podcast Aug 09, 2020
 
 

 There are times when we are confronted with other people’s problems. We listen to them talk about their lives and sometimes, hear them complain.

Many women find themselves involved in situations with other people that they had no intention of being in. Not only are we socialized to care about others, but even our estrogen hormone influences us to be more willing to put the needs of others before our own. 

If we are not intentional with how we respond to other...

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Get Over Yourself Already

blog confidence Aug 05, 2020

There's a reason you're not where you're "supposed to be." You know what I mean. Living that bigger, more badass and infinitely better life that you've been dreaming of and vision boarding and manifesting so hard it hurts. And in spite of all the victim mindset bullshit that you are absolutely convinced is simply "speaking your truth" and being authentic, somewhere deep down, I mean really deep, you know you're lying to yourself because you're scared shitless of actually having what you say...

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Don't Be Afraid to Start Over

podcast Aug 02, 2020
 
 
Many people put pressure on themselves to figure out their path in life when they barely even know who they are. Those early messages from so-called authority figures can be hard to forget, especially when most people do seem to follow that advice, whether it suits them or not.

Some people just pick and stick and never give themselves permission to change course and do something else. What they didn’t know is that there really is no one right way, not anymore. With the...

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I Want to Clone Myself

blog mindset Jul 29, 2020

I was really rooting for Dolly. She had become almost an overnight celebrity, not just among scientists, but with people like me. The ones who have more dreams and wishes than they can possibly explore in one, a limited lifetime. Maybe that's why I embraced Buddhism. The idea of rebirth. I might not remember what I did, or who I was the last go-around, but at least I'll have another chance. I know that's not the intention of the Buddhist path. Other Buddhists aspire to escape the cycle of...

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The Cure for Perfectionism

podcast Jul 27, 2020
 

Perfectionism may seem to be a good trait, but when you procrastinate on your plans because you want everything to be just right, this becomes a hindrance to achieving your goals. The real definition of a perfectionist is not someone whose life is perfect, it's someone who believes that it could be, wishes it were and suffers because it isn't.

A perfectionist sets very high expectations of themselves and others. They believe that a task is not finished when it does not meet their...

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Adrenaline Junkie

adhd mastery blog Jul 22, 2020

I'm not proud of it, but I'm not denying it anymore either. For most of my adult life, I have been an adrenaline junkie. The sweet, sweet feeling of high octane stress chemicals coursing through my veins was my drug of choice. And the best part was that I never even had to do anything illegal to get my fix. It was honestly almost too easy. All I had to do was procrastinate on stuff that was moderate to severely important, like writing a term paper or filing my tax return, holding off to the...

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