Inspirational and motivational quotes can help us create a positive outlook on life and work when we need it most. They do so by harnessing the power of positive thinking. Reframing our brains to think positively is a key step in leading a happy and successful life.… Read more
What is it that would make you feel like you’ve achieved success in life? Would it be financial independence, a happy family, spiritual enlightenment, or a lifetime of service to others?
No matter what would make you happiest, the journey is just as important as the destination. And the journey is best accomplished by setting achievable goals along the way.
In order to get where you want to be, you should actively check in on your personal growth goals to ensure you’re actually making progress and staying on track.
Every employee plays an important role in the success of the company they work for. Without each person performing the tasks necessary for each position, the organization cannot run without interruptions, pauses, and setbacks that delay its progress.
Writing a book is an invigorating venture. Making your mark on the world, sharing your creativity or expertise, recording history — these are all momentous reasons why many people strive to write a book.
But it can also become arduous at times when thoughts don’t flow, time is limited, doubt creeps in, or inspiration lags. If you’ve felt this way about writing your book, you’re not alone. Most people who dream of writing a book hit a wall at some point — or sadly don’t finish at all.
When you are faced with a problem, how do you go about solving it? Do you let it overwhelm you, or do you flex your problem-solving muscles and figure out the best solution?
People who throw themselves at their problems often become frantic and confused. They take a haphazard approach to thinking, and then they are amazed when they find themselves floundering and making no progress.
Luckily, there is a much better way.
I’ve been fortunate enough to have a wonderful motivational speaking career that has spanned over 40 years. There are hundreds of public speaking tips I’ve learned along the way.
At one point or another, we’ve all felt burned out. Burnout has a negative effect on just about everything in your life — including your performance, attitude, and motivation. If you don’t understand the cause of your burnout and make a change, burnout can have major risks.
All of these questions matter. But one of the most important (and most uncomfortable) ones you should be asking is: How do I negotiate my speaker fee?