If I’ve learned anything about myself, it’s that I’m motivated externally. I know that the best way to get my goals accomplished is to put them on blast with some sort of external accountability to keep me in line. So, while I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what’s coming in 2019 and hinted at it a few times, I decided I might as well share the whole behind-the-scenes of what I’m planning.
So in full disclosure, this recap is inspired by Paige Brunton’s annual post that goes over what she made, what worked out for her, and what didn’t. I love the transparency she shows — it’s such an amazing resource for other entrepreneurs! This year I’ve decided to really showcase what goes on behind-the-scenes so everyone (including me!) gets to learn from my challenges and my wins. Here we go!
We've all been there. It's time to make a decision. Up until now, you've hemmed and hawed, weighed your options, asked advice from all your friends and family (and the nice man sitting next to you on the bus). You've make the pro/con list, and yet you're still unable to decide. It's simply impossible to choose.
Follow this three-step Decision-Making Formula, and by the end of this blog post, you'll know what to do.
We've all heard of an accountability coach in the fitness world. They keep you on track with your meal tracking, health goals, and mindset. They're a combination of personal trainer, nutritionist, and life coach. So what does an accountability coach do in the business world (and a better question, do you need one?
Think about your cluttered kitchen cabinet, your messy junk drawer full of things to throw out, your closet jammed to the point of overflowing with clothing you don't wear -- the truth is, these things don't just affect your living spaces. They seep into all over aspects of your life. If your home is in chaos, so is everything else.