Monday, September 27, 2010

The Cost Of Procrastination

Every time you procrastinate, you shout out to the world, "Hey I want to avoid this situation! I'm a weakling. Maybe, I'll try this tomorrow."

Here are 2 costs to procrastinating: 1) Deep Problems: attacking a problem when it's little, helps you  nip it in the bud IMMEDIATELY. Ever heard a doctor say "We caught this early. We don't need to worry about any long-term effects." This is one example of being proactive. When you procrastinate, a problem becomes a crisis. The longer you wait, the harder it is to start. 2) Wasted Opportunities: When opportunity knocks, open the door and walk through it. When you procrastinate, you miss great opportunities.

Don't kill your spirit with procrastination!

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Quit The Lies!

A healthy spirit instills confidence. In order to get to your healthy "core" and have no-quit confidence, you HAVE to quit all the lies you've been told.

"I'm not attractive enough." "My parents said I was a mistake. They wish I was never born." Stuff like that weighs you down and ages you. Stop the madness and quit the lies. Take a stand and don't listen to the negativity that was told to you over and over.

Quit your "distorted image" of yourself! Start saying, "I'm acceptable, smart and loving. I'm capable, vibrant and have something to contribute."

Watch what happens when you change the channel and tune in to a different frequency!

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Do "it" with heart!

Did you know that many people rarely excel at work that they don't enjoy? It's because they don't have a  passion or excitement for what they do. It's important to have a passion for your work.

What are the signs and signals that indicate that you love what you do? Well, the  first sign is enthusiasm. When you love what you do, you don't need a motivator or someone to watch over you. You do it for the enjoyment. And, when you're not doing work that you love, you get discouraged and distracted. The second sign is effectiveness. When your DNA is wired to love your work, you recognize "I'm really good at this!" The last sign is satisfaction. When you're satisfied, your heart and spirit are happy. Enthusiasm, effectiveness and satisfaction. Three elements for doing "it" with heart.

Don't waste a day doing a job that doesn't bring you personal satisfaction.

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Monday, September 6, 2010

It's About Leaders!

Wise leaders accomplish a lot without direct involvement. They know how to work through other people. They can see the big picture that often escapes other people. They make great mediators, advisers and planners.

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