Writing a book has been my lifelong dream. That is probably the reason why it sounds so unbelievable that I can now say, “I have written a book.” As I said, it has always been my dream, but never really a goal. I just wanted it too much to work for it because I didn’t want to ruin the whole fantasy. Now that I have my own book, soon to be published, I would like to share what I struggled with and the ways I came up with to help me overcome the hurdles.
It seems to me that we live in an era where “positive thinking” has become such a powerful trend that it’s impossible not to see such a message anywhere I look. Everyone seems to spread the word of how “your thoughts create your reality” or “positive thinking attracts positive things” that I can’t help it but feel stressed out most of the time I allow myself to get caught in this trap.
When I became a mother, naturally, my whole life changed. First, I took to reading and exploring all the books and methods that tried to teach how to be a good parent. Then, somewhere along the line, I got familiar with the term “entrepreneur”, and those two areas – parent and entrepreneur – overlapped and helped me see how much they have, or should have at least, in common.
Over the years as a Business Coach, I’ve met many different personality types in all sorts of flavours. But until now, I have not been able to identify which personality type makes the best entrepreneur.
January seems to be the longest month of the year, not just for me but for most people I talked to about it. It intrigued me how and why a single month could be such a nuisance to so many, so I made an effort to understand why it is so for me in the first place.
A proven way to learn new skills is by choosing the skills you can start act on right now. This allows you to instantly practice what you’ve learned.
I truly believe that everyone can become a successful entrepreneur. I’ve seen men and women creating extraordinary businesses. If you would have met them a
Starting and successfully running a business without any competition might seem like an unusual – if not impossible – way of making money. And yet, it’s a concept that can and does work, if you know the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ of the business you’re actually getting into.
Whatever line of work you’re in, have you ever thought about why you’re doing the job that you do? Is it for the money, is it the career path or is it something else? Think a little deeper and you’ll find that what you’re actually doing is part of a chain in a problem-solving process. But have you ever thought about what problem you would like to solve? The world awaits you!
if you decide to go it alone, you will need to become seriously analytical about your business. You also need to be ready for action, immediate action, no delay. It’s going to be like jumping into cold water, getting straight out again, write down the temperature and describing the general feeling and the result of the jump.