By now the average person has made a decision to commit to a set of goals, resolutions or strategic steps which they feel will give them the best leverage to achieving success. Vision Boards encourage participants to cut and paste a visual representation of who they want to become, what they want to attain or … Continue reading 7 Steps to Help Achieve Your Vision Board Goals
My Failure with the Keto-Zone Diet!
I made a public affirmation June 18, 2018 that I would lose 40 lbs by my 48th birthday which was some 128 days away. I was driven to make the commitment publicly so that I would have a level of accountability. So I did what many people before me have done and I posted on … Continue reading My Failure with the Keto-Zone Diet!
Try these five things to get back on track!
There's nothing more frustrating to me then to plan my day or week in advance and by Sunday I'm looking at a calendar with unchecked, unresolved, incomplete tasks. The reality however is that we can plan for events and check points but we can never plan for life, emotions and outside influences. It is in … Continue reading Try these five things to get back on track!
Why Deferred Dreams Are Worse Than Failures
Back in the days when I used to work for a third-party benefits administrator I provided information to clients regarding their pensions. One of the options of retirement allows a person at full retirement age (62-67 depending on the plan) to continue working even though they may be fully vested and able to receive their … Continue reading Why Deferred Dreams Are Worse Than Failures
10 Steps to your “What If You Can?”
Ten years ago I had a fresh idea that I knew was downloaded directly from God. I began executing on what I believed were the next vital steps into creating my "dream" into the ultimate opportunity. I had just relocated back to my home town with four kids, no job and literally no money. Although … Continue reading 10 Steps to your “What If You Can?”
Do this the next time you hike!
These are the beginning steps of the final destination to reach the pinnacle of Crowder's Mountain at the Crowders Mountain State Park. We began the journey at the Linwood Road Access point and chose to take the 0.91 mile hike one way to the 1,705 foot view of the 25 miles of piedmont horizon. I … Continue reading Do this the next time you hike!
10 Time Saving Principles for Working Moms
Have you ever looked at a successful person and asked yourself "How are they able to get so much done?" Although we all have the same 24 hours, 1440 minutes and 86,400 seconds in a day, many of us spend over 15 hours of it in wasted, unplanned and unproductive time. The most successful people … Continue reading 10 Time Saving Principles for Working Moms
Mess or Master Piece?
When your twelve-year-old asks to bake cookies and you already have your hands full with packing up leftovers and washing dishes after your dinner guests have left, you may opt to respond as I did by simply stating "You are old enough to read the directions and follow instructions. The butter is already soft and … Continue reading Mess or Master Piece?
Building Your Influence Right Where You Are
I came across a pretty cool thought when working on my latest Empowerment Word Wednesday for this week. The word was THRIVE- and two definitions provided best suited my audience of victorious women. Definition 1- Grow or develop well or vigorously and 2- Prosper or flourish. I love the culminating definition, in which I created … Continue reading Building Your Influence Right Where You Are