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How To Overcome Your Fear Of Success In 4 Clear Steps

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How To Overcome Your Fear Of Success In 4 Clear Steps

Success is something many people want, yet fewer have the courage to attain. With challenges, risks, failure, and hard work standing between you and your goals, how can you conquer your own fears?

No matter what success looks like to you, it doesn’t have to seem like a steep mountain to climb. With some thoughtful planning, you can turn that fear into a successful confidence.

To help overcome your fear of success, let’s look at 5 clear steps you can follow to reach your dream.

1. Chart Your Path

How would you feel if you set out on a trip with no idea how to get to your destination? The road to success will feel just as scary if you don’t have a set plan.

Write out a timeline starting with the beginning point (now) and the end point (your main goal). Then chart short-term goals and milestones you want to reach along the way.

Working toward “mile markers” instead of looking all the way down to your end goal will be more manageable. You’ll feel confident having a set path to work off of.

2. Keep Learning

Most people are afraid of the unknown. Yet, by continually learning to master your trade or industry, the fear of success will begin to vanish.

Take every opportunity you can to learn new skills and gain more experience. Sign up for classes, subscribe to trade publications, and attend conferences.

If possible, network with peers to not only meet more people in your industry but learn from their experiences (so you don’t have to rely solely on your own).

You’ll find the more you know, the higher your comfort level will be.

3. Prepare for Setbacks

On the road to success, you’re inevitably going to run into setbacks. Instead of letting that cause fear of success, get ahead of the curve and prepare for them now.

Start brainstorming possible setbacks you might face. This includes challenges, problem, and anything that might stand in your way.

Once you have that list, come up with solutions to each problem. It doesn’t have to be perfect but getting a head start will make bumps in the road feel less scary.

4. Live a Balanced Life

If you focus solely on your success, it becomes an obsession that can overtake your life. Instead of letting it become the only focus, make sure you balance your life with everything you love.

Make time for family and friends. Don’t neglect the hobbies you enjoy doing. Even unplug and get away from it all every once in a while, to recharge your own batteries.

By balancing out your work and personal life, you’ll feel happier, healthier, and lose your fear of success.

Conquer Your Fear of Success

Don’t let fear stand in the way of what you want in life. By learning how to face your fear of success, you’ll not only reach your goals, you’ll enjoy the entire journey along the way.

Looking for a Life Coach that can help you on your road to success? Contact us today to see how we can help you face life’s challenges!

5 Timeless Books for Motivation

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5 Timeless Books for Motivation

We live in a fast-paced culture, life is flying by and we’re trying to keep up. With how stressful and fast life can be we need to remember to take a step back and breath. 

If you’re trying to find the motivation to get through the day, it may be time to look elsewhere for guidance. One of the best tools at your fingertips is books. The problem becomes, which books should you be reading? 

The market is flooded with books and it can become overwhelming. Having that in mind, below we will look at some of the top books for motivation.

1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People book is more focused on business. If change is needed in your organization or yourself as a leader/employee, this book can help.

The 7 habits listed in this book help to change your current habits. This allows you to be more productive, efficient, and successful. Some key growth points the book highlights are integrity, fairness, dignity, and honesty.

2. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill 

Think and Grow Rich encompasses both professional and personal success. Whatever you want to be successful in this book will aid you.

So many of us think about what we want, but don’t act on it. This book will help focus you and direct you towards your goals, it isn’t just about monetary gain. The energy you put into other things will be directed towards what matters to you.

3. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie 

If you want to make friends or just get better at influencing people, this book is for you. How to Win Friends and Influence People teaches you how to communicate and work with others.

This book discusses different ways you can get people to like you and how to change someone’s way of thinking. Branching off of that, it touches on how to change people without creating resentment.

4. Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

Awaken the Giant Within focuses on self-help. It covers how you can take control of your emotions, relationships, life, and finances. Moreover, it discusses how you can find meaning in your life, and build your confidence at the same time.

This book is geared toward changing the way you think to make you your best self. It will help you be successful in your personal and professional life.

5. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist, unlike the other books, is a book of fiction. It’s a tale that focuses on destiny and what roads you will take to reach it. Its simple language helps the reader to better comprehend the messages laid out in the book.

This book helps you figure out what is and isn’t so important in life and how to follow your intuition. It will aid you in taking action in your own life and help you reach your goals. Not only that, but it will help you figure out what your goals/dreams are.

This book helps you to think critically about your life.

There Are so Many Books for Motivation!

These are but a few books for motivation. With so much going on around us we can get lost. These books will help guide you through life, making you happier and more successful. 

Reach out to us today if you have any questions or want to learn more about motivation. 

How to Get Back on Your Feet After Losing a Job

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How to Get Back on Your Feet After Losing a Job

Let’s face it, losing a job is an incredibly daunting experience. 

Not only do you experience a major blow to your confidence, but you also lose your income, your workplace identity and the comradery of your colleagues. While there’s no denying the pain that comes with losing a job, it doesn’t have to be such an incredibly negative experience. 

If you’re wondering how to get back on your feet after losing a job, you’ve come to the right place. We’re uncovering five strategies that are sure to help you both mentally and financially. 

1. Mourn

Let’s face it, losing a job can be incredibly stressful and anxiety-inducing. 

In fact, studies have found that losing a job is quoted as one of the ten most stressful events in life. This is why it’s so crucial to give yourself official time to mourn your dismissal. During this time, try not to be too hard on yourself and give yourself adequate time to adjust. 

After a few days, you can move toward your next step. 

2. Address What Happened

It’s important to take time to address how and why your dismissal may have taken place. 

In doing so, you’re also going to want to determine if this job was the right one for you. Did you excel in your position or do you feel that your skills are better elsewhere? Did you have the right tools to succeed? 

Asking yourself these challenging questions is going to shed much-needed light on the situation. 

3. Get Back out There

There’s no denying that getting fired takes a major toll on our confidence. 

Despite this, it’s absolutely essential to force yourself to get back in the working world. This isn’t just for financial reasons, but also for the benefit of your mental well-being. 

After taking some time to come to terms with the dismissal, it’s time to get back out there. Be sure to browse job postings online, network with like-minded professionals and create online profiles for job boards.

The sooner that you make an effort to do this, the sooner you’ll be back in the working world. 

4. Build Your Skills

Throughout your job-hunting process, why not build your skills? 

Today, you can easily do this by taking online courses in a number of subjects and skillsets. Not only will this help your mind, but it’s also going to make you a more attractive candidate in the future.

Staying driven is incredibly important after being dismissed from a job. It helps to keep your mind active and reassure you that you have valuable skills to offer. 

Once you land your next job, you’re not going to benefit from all of this free time. It’s time to take advantage of being free from the 9-5 for a small period of time! 

5. Write a Thank You Email

Sending a gracious email to your former employer might feel a little backward at first. 

But, down the road, you’re going to be glad that you did it. After all, this former employer may be asked to provide references to your future employers. When you leave on a more positive note, this employer is all the more likely to shine a light on your positive attributes. 

This can be a simple note sending thanks to your employer for all of their help throughout your career. You can even mention that you’d appreciate having them as a reference to your future employers and wish them the best of luck with the business. 

Losing a Job

There’s no denying that losing a job is an incredibly painful experience. 

But, that doesn’t mean that being fired has to have such a profound effect on your career long-term. In fact, one study found that 91 percent of people bounce back perfectly fine after being fired. In all likelihood, you’re going to bounce back and find a new job that speaks to you even more. 

If you’re feeling down in the dumps after being fired, allow this guide to help you to get back on your feet. You can also read this blog to discover further motivation and insight into the working world. 

Go on, it’s time to push yourself! 

How to Organize Your Life and Keep It That Way

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How to Organize Your Life and Keep It That Way

How much are you losing out on by being unorganized? Not having your life together can cost you a lot.

Even something as simple as where you put your keys can eat up six minutes of your day. There’s probably a lot of potentially productive minutes draining out of your day that you could be doing more with.

Knowing how to organize your life is one of the best kept secrets of success. Keep reading to learn how to get your world in order — and keep it that way.

Give Things a Home

Let’s tackle your lost keys problem first. This one has a simple solution: give things a home.

Always looking for your keys, the remote, your wallet, whatever? Put it in the same place every day.

Write It Down

Ever make a mental note of something only to have it go blank when you need it the most? Make a backup reminder and write everything down.

Have an app on your phone ready to go for notes. Get a calendar and organize it so that you can see today’s tasks and tomorrow’s.

Manage Your Money

Organizing your life can reduce stress and help you sleep easy at night. Nowhere is that more true than with money.

Don’t panic about declined cards or bills coming due. Be serious about money management and make a spreadsheet with everything coming in and going out.

Declutter for Good

Tackle all of the junk that’s been piling up in your home, under your bed, and in your closets. Get rid of anything that’s broken, doesn’t fit, or that you haven’t used for more than a year.

Once you’re clutter-free, keep it that way. Don’t be tempted by sales and take inventory regularly.

Set Yourself Up for Success

Ever notice on cooking shows how they always have everything pre-measured out and ready to go? Take that concept and apply it to your life.

Setting stuff up ahead of time makes it easier on you and cuts down on last minute panic attacks. It can be something like laying out your clothes beforehand or backing up a big presentation in case you can’t access one version of the file.

Make Life Worth Living

If you need a little more motivation to stay on track, make things fun for yourself. There’s no shame in using fun gel pens in your calendar or having colorful office supplies that make you smile.

Being organized isn’t all about setting schedules, purging objects, and keeping track of every little thing. An organized life leaves you more time to enjoy living.

How to Organize Your Life — the Right Way

These are just a few tips and tricks to get started. Once you streamline your life, you’ll see your productivity skyrocket.

Want to learn about more beyond just how to organize your life? We’ve got inspiration to spare for you and your whole team!

Contact us today and discover the wide array of inspirational speaking and life coaching that can help you master life’s challenges!

Mental Training for Athletes: How to Achieve Success in Sports

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Mental Training for Athletes: How to Achieve Success in Sports

As an athlete, you might think the strength in your quads or your ability to throw a football far is your most important attribute. You’d be wrong, though — it’s your mind.

Mental conditioning is worth just as much as long drills on the field or practice shots on the green. As an athlete, you value your body and what it can do and your mind plays a big role in keeping you fit.

What you think about and how you think about it are the keys to success on and off the field. Here’s the crucial mental training for athletes anyone who plays sports should practice.

Focus Up

An athlete’s ability to disregard any distractions and keep their eye on the ball is essential. It can also be one of the most difficult.

Practice with distractions. Do mental concentration sprints where you train yourself to do only one task for a set amount of time.

Visualization

Out of all of the mental skills an athlete needs, visualization is a big key to your success. Muhammad Ali would see himself winning a match before it had even begun to ensure a great outcome.

In fact, a study recorded weight lifters getting 13% stronger just by visualizing their workout. Tap into this power by creating a vision board and looking at it often to keep your goals in sight.

Learn from Failure

When you lose, it’s OK to take a moment to be upset. To win the next round, you need to be able to bounce back and learn from your defeat.

The best athletes know that every loss is just an opportunity to learn what they could’ve done better. Find ways to educate yourself and study what you can improve.

Manage Anxiety and Other Emotions

Being upset over a loss isn’t the only thing you’ll feel playing sports. You might feel anger, excitement, anxiety, and more.

These feelings all come with the territory. Learn to manage them by making them work for you.

For example, when you feel anxious, trick yourself into thinking you’re really just excited. When you feel yourself getting mad, take a deep breath and see what you can do to strategize.

Down Time

You need to rest your muscles to make sure they recover, right? You need to give your a brain a break, too.

Try to keep stress at a minimum. If you find too many thoughts about an upcoming game crowding your mind, agree to worry about them for five minutes and then let them go.

Take a break in order to come back to the game even stronger.

Success with Mental Training for Athletes

As you can see, being a great athlete is as much about your mind as it is your body. Take these mental training for athletes tips and use them to up your performance.

Searching for more resources to help you in sports as well as other aspects of life? Contact us today to set up a life coaching appointment or consultation!

How To Stay Driven in Business

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How To Stay Driven in Business

Staying driven in business doesn’t just happen by accident.

The most successful people in any field have a process that keeps them locked in, engaged, and motivated throughout their career. Below we’ll dive into a few universal strategies that you can apply right now.

1. Read Literature That Teaches and Motivates You

Your thought life is shaped a lot by the media that you take in. If you want to shape your mind into one that achieves and attracts success, start reading books that inspire and teach you.

By taking in more motivation and knowledge each day, you will learn some of the most applicable information from some of the most successful people.

Read books, listen to audiobooks and become a sponge for information.

Then, most importantly — take action. Seriously. It doesn’t make sense to get all of this knowledge if you aren’t going to apply it.

Balance your reading by making an agreement to yourself that if you’re not applying what you learned, you’re going to put the books down and take more action.

Time on task and getting early failures out of the way is the best way to kill analysis paralysis so that you can be successful in business.

2. Push Yourself Physically and Eat Like a Champ

Think of yourself like a $200,000 sports car. You wouldn’t put just any gas or fluid in the car, would you?

Well, you’re worth way more than that car and so is your business, so watch how you fuel yourself also.

Eat hearty meals packed with green nutrients and essentials, and look into superfoods like reishi mushrooms that can stimulate and enhance cognitive activity and focus.

Taking care of yourself in this manner means you’ll have more energy and will get sick less also, which is a must for a business person.

You’ll need to get physically active as well — especially if you sit behind a desk or in traffic much of the day. Strive to get in shape and push yourself a little more each day so that you can be strong and fit for the rest of your life.

This will help you manage the stress of business and life with no problem.

3. Strengthen Your Circle

Go to your phone.

Who were the last five people you texted? What’d you talk about? For how long?

There’s no right or wrong answer, but that answer will tell you a lot about where you are and where you’re headed.

You should be surrounding yourself with people are as equally as motivated and wanting to improve as you are. Hold each other accountable and push it other to reach your goals.

Since we all have 24 hours in a day, don’t waste them with people who drain you or don’t add anything to your life.

4. Journal and Plan More Deliberately

Something as simple as writing things out makes them so much easier to deal with.

Some of the most brilliant people throughout history journaled as if their lives depended on it. When you journal, you decompress these issues from your brain and body.

Also, seeing things on the page can take the bite out of problems that you’re fearful of, and give you the courage to believe in little ideas that can become big.

We all have countless thoughts each day, so being able to get at least a few of them on the page can be incredibly therapeutic.

5. Determine and Stick to Your Core Values

Finally, let your mission and your integrity be your road map.

Create a standard and don’t deviate from it no matter what. It’s also easier to stay inspired when you’re operating in the name of a cause or a value, as opposed to getting swept up in every twist and turn.

Study and Apply These Tips on How to Stay Driven in Business

When you use these tips, you’ll be able to thrive as a professional. Staying driven in business requires some conscious effort. Use these tips as your roadmap.

If you’re looking for life coaching, speaking or consulting — I’m your guy. Take a moment to get in touch and I’d be happy to speak to you further.

Educational Tools To Succeed in Business and Sports

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Educational Tools To Succeed in Business and Sports

No matter where you are in your business or sports journey, education is the key to success. However, you want to invest your time and resources wisely so you don’t waste them.

That’s why it’s important to know what educational tools you should use. Not every tool will work for every person in every situation.

We came up with a list of four tools you can consider so you can figure out which is best for you. Keep reading to learn more about how these can help you build up your business and improve your sports performance.

1. Take Online Courses

Today, you can find an online course for literally everything. This makes it easy to find one that’s perfect for you. There are two main things to look for when searching for the ideal online course.

Type of Content

If you’re strictly a visual learner, you’re going to have a hard time retaining any information from a course that primarily has audible content. In the same way, an audio learner is going to struggle with mostly visual content.

While most courses offer several types of content to reach people with various learning styles, it’s up to you to make sure the one you’re looking at will work for you.

Focus and Skill Level

It’s easy to find a course that focuses exactly on what you want to learn, so don’t be afraid to take the time to look for one that does just that.

Additionally, you’ll want to make sure you’re taking a course that matches your skill level. If you take a beginner course when you’re already advanced at that skill, you won’t learn much if anything.

2. Get Great Apps

There are some great apps out there that can help you improve, especially in the area of sports and physical fitness.

Once again, you’ll want to take some time to find one that’s focused on what you want to focus on. There are apps that can help you get organized, that encourage you to work out more often, and that give you exercise routines.

3. Join a Mastermind Group

For many people, having a close-knit community of like-minded individuals is the best way to stay motivated and learn new skills along the way. That is where the development of mastermind groups came from.

Find one that fits you and then fully participate to get the most out of it.

4. Hire a Life Coach

Ultimately, the best educational tool for business, sports, or anything is a life coach. It’s the only way to get one-on-one attention from a professional that’s devoted to helping you through what you’re dealing with.

For example, if you’re trying to make a difficult decision, a life coach can guide you through that process. This is something you can’t get from courses or apps.

Ready to Put These Educational Tools to Use?

Now you have four educational tools that can help you succeed in both business and sports. As you can see, with so many options there’s no excuse for staying where you are.

If you want to start putting these tools to use, contact us today. We would love to help you figure out what your next step should be so you can keep moving forward and bettering every area of your life.

Conquering Analysis Paralysis (The One Thing Truly Holding You Back)

Conquering Analysis Paralysis (The One Thing Truly Holding You Back)
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Analysis paralysis is when you begin to overthink a decision so much that the choice never ends up getting made. 

Don’t let analysis paralysis disrupt your decision making. Learn how to conquer this paralyzing thought process and get on with accomplishing your goals.

1. Avoid Analysis Paralysis by Differentiating Between Big and Small Decisions

One of the most important steps to fighting decision paralysis is learning how to identify what is a big or a small decision. 

To figure this out ask yourself, how important is this decision? What is the long term effects of the choice I make? What are the pros or cons of my choice?

If the decision you are trying to make will not impact your life a year from now, or there are no big consequences as a result of your choice then do not spend a lot of time thinking about it. Make your decision and then move on. 

If the problem at hand is going to make an impact on you further down the road and there can be some fallout from it, then you do need to spend time to think it over. Big decisions can be tough, so it might be beneficial to write out a pros and cons list. Sometimes just writing it down can help you sort things out. 

For any decisions that fall in between, then take a decent amount of time to think on it, but spend too much of your time on it before moving on.  

2. Determine What Your Goals Are

Sometimes when making a big decision it can seem like a daunting task. In order to work through your pros and cons, it’s important to determine what your end goals are. 

Take some time to think about what you want to get out of this choice you are making. Try and determine two or three things that are important to you and weigh the decision against your goal. 

Once you have determined what you want to get out of it, then the decision will be easier to make. 

3. Stop Trying to be a Perfectionist

If you tend to be a perfectionist in all things you do, then you may find yourself paralyzed by indecision continuously. 

It’s time to realize that it is almost impossible to make a perfect choice every time. There are far too many variables that come in to play and you will spend too much of your time trying to make the perfect decision. 

Instead, focus on making the best choice for your situation and then move on while making the best out of your choice. 

4. Seek out Second Opinions

Sometimes when struggling with making a decision we can get caught up in the details and miss the bigger point. 

This is a good time to ask advice from someone that you trust and who may offer a different viewpoint or call attention to something you hadn’t thought of. 

Be wary of asking too many people though, as this may muddy up the original question at hand and leave you more confused than when you started. 

Are You Ready to Give It a Try?

Follow these tips and get on a path to avoiding analysis paralysis for future decisions. Hopefully, you will be able to free yourself from spending to much time on making choices and spend more time doing the things you enjoy. 

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What to Cook in November: Thanksgivingspiration

I’m all about turkey, all the time, hence the Thanksgivingspiration. What’s Thanksgivingspiration you ask? The inspiration to live the spirit of Thanksgiving all month long. Here are my top turkey picks for the month of November. Don’t wait until Thanksgiving to eat turkey. You can eat it all the time! I love making a whole turkey because hello leftovers