Breaking news: You can’t manifest wealth while sitting on the couch eating bonbons and binge-watching Netflix, no matter how badly you want to earn money. For some reason, society thinks dumbing down how to accumulate wealth is the way for women to “get it” and that message is all wrong.
My firstborn niece turned 25 this year. Recently, during a discussion with her about some of the most polarizing events happening in this world, she said something I think we all could learn from.
“It’s important to question whether I would have adopted a belief for myself had I not seen it on social media.”
Success leaves clues and there are a lot of clues to be found in the habits of successful people.
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have it all—success, happiness, money, love—while others seem to lean into the struggle every single day?
It’s not just luck. There are 5 shockingly simple tactics used by successful people that you can apply to your own life and business.
Is it time to say farewell to Facebook? For me, it’s time to release it from the device that goes everywhere with me—my iPhone.
Have you ever felt the need to protect your fragile ego from feedback?
It’s not a bad thing.
I was recently reminded of the beauty of second chances.
There is a restaurant that my husband and I love and we have a server who we adore. Every time we arrive, she immediately brings over the wine we always order and confirms that we want our usual appetizer.A few months ago, I went for dinner and my favourite server was off. I was seated with someone new—someone who didn't have the same level of care or attention. I even witnessed him blow his nose and not wash his hands...Read more: Click To Tweet
A few months ago, when we went for dinner, she was off and we were seated with someone new. This individual didn’t have the same level of care or attention, and I even witnessed him blow his nose in the kitchen and not wash his hands… I was mortified and vowed that next time, I’d ask to be seated elsewhere.
It was the winter of 1983, I was in grade 8 and he was in high school. He was my first love.
I still remember that very first kiss, (it was my first one!) under a tree, in front of the big white Church. It was thrilling and kind of gross all at the same time – but my heart felt like it was going to explode. I knew, at that moment, he was the one. We were destined to be together forever.
And then he dumped me.
It was the Monday after an extra-long weekend. I had taken five days off (as “off” as you can be when you own a business and you’re addicted to email). On that Monday, I had a call to review a strategic marketing plan with Sandra on my team.
When my alarm went off that morning, I did not want to get out of bed. I changed the time from 6:30 to 7:30, calculating how long I could stay under the warm covers until it was absolutely necessary to get up.