Tag: hard work

Do You Have the Courage to Fail?

July 28, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Is there really a “formula” for success? As it turns out, there kind of is, though the “formula” may not contain what you expect it to. In fact, although all of us bring different talents, experiences, and values to the table, the most successful among us possess characteristics that we can all develop. Here is a short list of the qualities that can lead you toward success… Keep your head on straight – Yes, attitude really does make all the difference in the world. A positive mindset, even in the face of diversity, will lead you toward a successful outcome more surely than anything else. Stay focused on your goals rather than the challenges you’ll have to overcome to reach […]

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How to Balance Work and Life

January 23, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

I recently was a guest blogger on Inspiyr.com – a cool site dedicated to being healthy, happy and successful. I had a little different take on the topic of work/life balance. There’s nothing wrong with working or working hard. What causes the unintended collateral damage for some high-achievers is their unconscious relationship with work. Too many high-achieving executives try to force themselves to work less rather than address the underlying cause of working too much. Because they can’t dial down the work some people rationalize they can work hard and retire early or sell the company and then balance everything out. Most of the people I know on this plan feel empty, unfulfilled or at least disoriented. They end up […]

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