Tag: "sabotage"

Entrepreneurial Blues? 27 Ways to Re-Gain Your Motivation

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Being a business owner gives lots of freedom and flexibility. That’s a great asset… and the biggest inconvenience at the same time. No more “have to’s”, “must’s”, externally imposed sanctions. And yes, entrepreneurship is an emotional roller-coaster (well, for most people). The easiest way to deal with this is to acknowledge this. It is part of the game. But I would […]

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9+1 Tips to Move Past Your Fears

| August 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

My last article spoke to those who are afraid of creating a debt when running their business (you can read it here). And I even offered you to jump on a quick call with me if fear poisons your business and life.   It must have struck a chord, because we’ve received lots of feedback […]

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How to Create Maximum Flexibility In Your Business

| August 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the last couple of weeks I wrote you from Budapest, Hungary (where my husband even enrolled in a course to learn the language!) and from Croatia where we passed our fabulous vacation.   We barely returned and re-installed in our everyday “routine”, my husband and me had a crazy idea – what if we […]

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Are You A Risk Taker?

| July 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Many coaches and other entrepreneurs are dreaming about doing certain things in their business, once they can afford it.   Does it ring a bell?   The problem is – this mindset will highly limit your business’ success.   Why?   Because as the CEO of your business (and whether you’re here to have a […]

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Are You Working On Your Short-Term Or Mid-Term Goal?

| June 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

A question – Which is more important: your short-term or mid-term goals? The correct answer should be: both. As a business owner, you have to have a GOOD balance between your short-term and mid-term projects. Oftentimes I see people putting their bets on implementing their dreams. But dream projects often take time. Don’t misunderstand me, […]

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The Daily Cost Of Procrastination

| May 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

What would you say if there were a way to calculate how much money procrastination costs you? Would it help you to stop procrastinating and start taking action? Because let’s be honest—so many times we know exactly what we need to do; we just don’t take the action steps to do it. Do this little […]

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What’s Your Game-Changing Commitment For 2012?

| December 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

In my last blog post I shared a bit about myself and my private support team. Of course, there are so many more people who influenced my life – just thinking of all my mentors and teachers, before and since my coaching era. And there is one person in particular who I do need to […]

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Your Options to Success

| June 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

In my last two articles I challenged you to play along with me around the topic of commitment. In my first blog post I shared with you the Success Formula and asked you to identify your #1 biggest roadblock to moving forward with your business. I also asked you to examine this roadblock and make […]

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Change Your Belief and Succeed!

| June 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

In my last article I wrote you about the Success Formula and I made a bold request to you. (If you haven’t done so, you can read my last post on the Success Formula here.)   I this article I asked you to identify your answer for the question: “What is your #1 reason that […]

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The Success Formula & My Bold Request

| June 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

Someone once told me: the difference between trying and committing is that when you try, you do some efforts but when you commit to a goal, you do whatever it takes to reach it.   In other words, when you try, you dream about your goal and keep your fingers crossed that you will get there one […]

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