I believe that we can all become leaders.
In extreme cases, a perfectionist can procrastinate or even abandon plans because they already know that whatever they do will never match their unrealistic standards.
Part of feeling inspired by your job is a sense that it contributes to our own purpose in life.
The best way to start is with a recommendation from someone you trust.
If we want to grow personally, we have to let go of all those labels that we use to describe ourselves: father/son, introvert/extrovert, confident/shy, lawyer/doctor, etc.
There will always be more to do in your business and it’s easy to become overwhelmed by your workload. That’s why it’s important that we establish boundaries and look after our wellbeing, both for the sake of our productivity but also for our own happiness.
As we strive for greater productivity, wealth and success, have we forgotten how to truly connect with each other?
Don’t get sidetracked by doing the easy tasks and the “quick wins” first.
We often carry chains of our own version of Kryptonite around us that prevent us from fully exploring, growing and utilizing those powers.
What does adulthood even mean? Are we ever fully adult? I don’t think we are for two reasons.
When we compare our life with the glitzy images of success we see on social media, it’s easy to feel mediocre and second-rate. But, as life coach Hans Schumann explains, the chase to become extraordinary may end up doing more harm than good.
It only takes a few seconds to exchange positive energy with a stranger.
No matter what our circumstances are, we always have the choice to decide how we want to react.