Share your best advice to Succeed…34 others did. None too Shallow
- I believe in you
- Study the Greats
- Never lie to yourself
- Be kind
- Trust no one
- Know Your worth
- Breathe. Now keep going
- Never Give up
- Worry less. Pray more
- Overthinking kills happiness
- Trust God’s timing
- Mind your own business
- Do what you want
- Change your mindset
- Pay it forward
- Just go for it
- With Faith anything’s possible
- Always Push Forward
- Let it go!
- Pain is temporary
- Just do you boo
- Always live on purpose
- Seize the opportunity
- Pay off your debt
- Dont settle for less
- Be your own boss
- Be you! Do you!
- It’s gonna be alright
- Stay away from negativity
- Life Goes on
- Never Settle
- Work hard. Be Patient
- Do it!
- Now it’s your turn
A moment of weakness. Devastating consequences.
A father was seen hitting his son. Onlookers called the cops. The rest is as we know it. The father was barred from seeing his son in order to protect the child’s perceived safety. This despite cries from his wife and others that he is a great dad.
A drink or two at a party, then getting behind the wheels to drive home. Impaired… it’s called. Driving under the influence impairs our ability to function well. Accidents happen causing injuries; sometimes fatalities.
A moment of weakness. Enrollment in college goes asunder. Future’s impacted as dropout rate catapults.
A moment of weakness. The common intimacy. Resulting consequences…unwanted pregnancy. Abortion. Sadness. Childbirth without care. Impacts negatively on relationships, marriages…, divorce ensues.
A moment of weakness often impacts goals. Maintain focus. Develop the ability to say No. No to the drink. No to the advance. No to the things that distracts, and painstakingly drags you off the direct path toward your goals.
A moment of weakness. Think before you act. Aint no Lollipop.
I met Daisy Ferguson at a Writers Group event. She shared how she wrote her first book after being afraid to meet an almost Edible request at age 86. She published it at age 88. Now she’s onto finishing her 2nd book at age 90! Indeed no small feat!
What Excuse do you have for not achieving your Goal?
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What are you afraid of? Go ahead, do it now….even when you’re afraid. You never know…
Convergence is the merging of distinct technologies, industries, or devices into a unified whole
Illiana awoke with a start. She is going to do it! Moxied, she grabbed the phone and courageously spoke with her former part-time boss, John. For months she has been thinking about her internship but was paranoid that she would be turned down.
This time luck was on her side! A past associate and colleague recently connected with John for an opportunity but he didn’t have the time to assist. But he promised he would think about it. Now here was his chance… Illiana had all the time in the world to dedicate to this project for a full year of internship!
Amazing! Totally supernatural! Savor it! When faith works, everything converge.
What are you afraid of? Go ahead, do it now….even when you’re afraid. You never know… it may converge with another person’s dream.
Ever had ‘converging’ experience? Do share.
Afraid to step out? Let’s Connect
It’s always a Bumbled pleasure to do what I love to do. I coach, educate, inspire, encourage, and I motivate. Watch this Top 5 video as a testimonial of encouragement for individuals like YOU who are afraid to step out to do what you’ve always wanted to do. He did it and when probed… reflected, and was surprised at the successful impact he had on society. Watch. Learn. Bust the Fear! and step out to accomplish your Dreams today.
New job offer. Relocation. Tons of change. Excitement in the midst of fear. But it comes with the territory. Getting up and going to another land…faraway. Giving up the familiar …
What have I done? This is crazy!
New job offer. Relocation. Tons of change. Excitement in the midst of fear. But it comes with the territory. Getting up and going to another land…faraway. Giving up the familiar is no Snack. It is scary… but when we do it, we learn new things about ourselves and about others.
Have you ever watched HGTV’s House Hunters International? Well if you have, you would know that those who take on moving from one country to the next have brave hearts. They give up jobs, family, friends, and often wish they could take their home culture with them. Often they must give up a lot. China! New Zealand! Paris! Japan! The Caribbean! and more for those fascinating new ventures!
We often say we want a change yet we want to hold onto the familiar. It’s normal. In my early career managing international HR, I had the task of sending executives to relocate overseas. It intrigued me so much that I studied Cross Cultural Management. It was often a challenge for those who took the step. But those who embraced the host culture survived beyond the honeymoon stage. They became acclimated to the new culture filled with its languages, people, food, and new experiences.
But like anything else, it works if we stick with it. Naturally if you find yourself among those who don’t like the experience after you’ve done it, no problem. At least you can still say “I did it“!
Only the adventurous can gleefully say “what have I done? This is crazy!” with a smile and the satisfaction of new learnings, and exposure.
Cheers to the new adventurous you!
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Whatever it is…Bust the Fear! A few years ago, I did something exciting, some may say crazy! I jumped 14,000 feet out of an airplane! Believe me I was really scared as the plane Ascended, but I did it anyway. I have always maintained, that we should do some things even when afraid. Follow fear and you talk yourself out of getting out of your comfort zone. Ask yourself, what do I have to lose? Where will I be this time next year if I don’t make that move? What steps do I need to take?
As I prepared to jump, I planned. I searched for a reputable company with a track record of safety and success. I completed paperwork, insurance and more. Then I stepped out and had the most wonderful experience as I did the tandem jump and floated in the air looking out on the horizon.
That was me. You must create that mindset. Have a Conversation. Ask yourself, what do I want to do? What are the steps I will need to take to get to my goal? Personally, I like vision boards. Like Magnet, they helped steer my way. For example, when studying we are often encouraged to look to graduation and put up that picture where you can see it every day, not Bury it. For me it was my research project. I was not interested in doing a research to place on a shelf at home. No. I wanted it to help others who wish to develop their leadership skills and become successful. So that’s exactly what I did. My research ended up being published in the Journal of American Academy of Business Cambridge (JAABC). It was also published in books, and I use the basis of my research and interest to encourage others through coaching. That’s my passion.
So, go ahead, bust out that fear! Develop that new mindset!
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It’s mid-year! Look back to move ahead. People are using these words to describe the progress to achieve…
Great, busy, progress, metamorphosis, building, awkward, empowerment, lonely, rollercoaster, transcendent, halfway, building, empowered, successful, blessed, winning, growing, fantastic, brilliant, succeeding, harvest, evolutionary, learning, transitioning, growth, better, momentum, rising, immense, challenged, hell, mediocre, bullshit, boring, tragic, spectacular, ready-set-g.., new, conscious, breakthrough, game-changing, progression, different, change, unbelievable, fortunate, focused, expansion, lit, turbulent, amazing, lies, shock, good, Detonate.
Looking Back to Move Ahead
It’s mid-year! Look back to move ahead. People are using these words to describe the progress to achieve their goals. Take some time to reflect on whether any Radiate or resonate with your own progress? Any missing? Trace it. Add it!
Often your Manager values your input so much that they don’t want to lose you. So they smother you with challenging tasks, praises, and more but fail to allow you to move.
Company won’t promote you? Get out of the shadows! Promote yourself! You’ve been toiling at your job for many years. Your reviews have been excellent! Your managers sing your praises! They value you!
But None of that can free your mind. You still haven’t received that promotion. Don’t be alarmed. Many times this has nothing to do with you. Often your Manager values your input so much that they don’t want to lose you. So they smother you with challenging tasks, praises, and more but fail to allow you to move.
It’s Time! Break that Barrier!
Show them what you’re made of. Take Control. Stop being taken advantage of. Bruce Kasanoff tells all. Here are 13 ways for ambitious careerists and new entrepreneurs:
13 Ways to Promote Yourself
- Self promote – offer to do work that shows your knowledge throughout/across the wider business
- Help others as you promote yourself.
- Speak with energy. Show your passion.
- Serve, don’t sell. Your action says it all.
- Become a reliable source of good information
- Don’t be shy! Share your achievements.
- Spend time with people of like mind. For example, if you are ambitious …spend time with ambitious people.
- Seek new and valuable experiences.
- Never stop learning.
- Never stop growing.
- Exceed Promises.
- Get in front of people. Don’t hide behind emails or phone.
- Be persistent. Aim High. Eventually, you will achieve.
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