Day 4 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – Get a good Compass.
Welcome to Day 4 of the 31 Day Series “Creating Your Motivational Map.” You are well on your way to creating a simple, one page map that will guide you on your journey to success. Now that you’ve named your Everest – you will need essential gear to get you to the top. For the […]Continue reading
Day 3 – Set Goals that Take You Places
Hello Trail Blazers, and welcome to Day 3 of the “Create Your Motivational Action Plan” Series. I imagine some of you are sitting there with your poster board, crayolas and gluesticks, ready to start on your Motivational Action Plan – your one page action plan that will plot out the goal setting activities you need […]Continue reading
Day 2 – Name Your Everest
Good morning Trail Blazers! If you have found your way here via the #Write31Days challenge -welcome! I am honored to have you along on this journey. Yesterday, I introduced the concept of creating a “Motivational Action Plan” – a one page, simple reference guide that you use to get back on track, get motivated, and […]Continue reading
You are HERE – Getting Started on Creating Your M.A.P
The first step in getting to where you want to go, is finding out where you are now. Sounds simplistic doesn’t it? However, orienting ourselves is often the most challenging step we take in goal setting – and often it’s a skipped step. Most people write down their goals either at the beginning of each […]Continue reading
Struggling Business Owners – Be Prepared to Stop …
No one ever tells you this as a small business owner…. or if they did, the words traveling at the speed of sound couldn’t reach me – the overly enthusiastic entrepreneur traveling at light speed towards fortune, fame and glory. I thought once you were off and running, you ran full speed to the finish […]Continue reading
Are you prepared to run a business?
I will never forget my first, only, and perhaps last hike across Knifes Edge on Mt Katahdin. That hike not only tested my physical endurance, but also taught me many life lessons that I still hold on to today. The biggest lesson I learned was I had no business being up there being so unprepared. […]Continue reading