Your Weekly Motivating Tip

May 2, 2016


Recording Length: 1 minute 49 seconds

“I have about concluded that wealth is a state of mind, and
that anyone can acquire a wealthy state of mind by thinking
rich thoughts.”
– Andrew Young

I often say everything is a state of mind, whether it’s money, stress, illness or anything else. Although I know there are some who might disagree with me, I’ve seen how the power of the mind can affect the outcome of actions in ways that you would never wish to happen.

You can consciously say and think positive things but if your subconscious and conscious are not in alignment it can constantly trip you up.

Most entrepreneurs chug along going to networking events, meeting people, answering emails and signing up new clients and yet they continually sabotage their own success in one way or another without even realizing it. Often they have ongoing doubts which create a great disconnect between the results they want and the results they actually get.

The mind and its neurological pathways need attention and understanding so that everything on both an unconscious and conscious level is integrated to allow the highest kind of energy to exist for creating success. I encourage you to be aware of your deeper levels of thinking.

‘Til Next Time
Have a wonderful week
To Your Success and Brilliance

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How to be Super Productive

April 28, 2016

As entrepreneurs we tend to cram in as much as we can each day in the hope of getting through everything. However often what happens is you get to the end of the day and discover although you were busy all day, you were not really very productive.

Maybe you’ve had a day where you felt like you didn’t have a minute to spare, yet you still felt like you achieved very little? This happens to most entrepreneurs at one time or other.

There are many reasons for this, but the most important is a failure to prioritize, set a goal, create boundaries and take focused action. I think if you put the following in place you will find you have more productive days.

  • Focused days: Just because you have a home office doesn’t mean
    you have to work 24 hours a day. This means don’t check email more
    than 3 x a day, 4 at the most. No personal phone calls during business
    hours unless it’s during lunch. Give yourself specific times be on social
    media so you don’t get stuck there all day.
  • Prioritize. Create a plan for one week at a time with a goal for what you
    want to get finished by the end of the week. Then work backward and start at
    the beginning of the week. Decide what the most important actions are that you
    need to accomplish each day. If you don’t make the choice about what you’re
    going to do, you will be winging it and all that creates is wing it results.
  • Become consciously aware of how you waste time. Many times, we
    intentionally avoid taking action. Maybe you don’t like making calls or are not
    too keen on writing articles that you know need to get done. It’s easy to find
    other things to do that make your days busy Being busy does not mean you
    are productive. When you actually become aware of these kind of things
    you will find it easier to catch yourself and get back on track.
  • Chunk down your list! This means instead of just going from one thing to
    another you fit the same kind of actions in at one time. For example: making
    phone calls. Don’t make one or two and then go off and do something else,
    set a time to get all your calls done, then move on to the next batch of things
    that need to get done.
    Focus on getting the top 3 or 4 things done each day. That might not seem like
    enough, but imagine what your to do list would look like today if you had
    been doing this exercise for the last 2 weeks. Finish one thing at a time and
    don’t move on to the next one until each one is completed.


Focus on the most important stuff and you’ll be amazed at how much you
can actually get finished.

  • Set Self Boundaries. Invest in a small digital timer then do your best
    to stick to the times you give yourself. Think about how long it will take you
    to work on something, set the timer and if you haven’t finished when it pings
    then you can decide if you want to continue or move on. This will not only force
    you to do the most important tasks first it will really increase your efficiency. If
    you use this when you have appointments you will always find yourself on time.
  • Ask yourself questions! At the end of each day ask yourself “How much
    of the day were you just busy and not productive?” “Did you achieve what you
    wanted to get done?” “Did you work on one thing at a time?” “Did what you
    completed help you to get closer to your end of month goal.”

You may want your days to be full, which is great however you also want the end of the actions to achieve productive results.

If you find that you get to the end of a day and have been really busy and yet don’t see production from the actions you’ve taken, you may need to change a few of your habits. so you stay more focused..

Using a timer and having a plan will help you to stick to what is really important to get done and, you will find you enjoy your days much more and feel really good about the amount of productivity.

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Kickstart Your Week with the Weekly Wisdom!

April 25, 2016
“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t,
you’ll find an excuse.”

– Unknown

You can make excuses all day long; there are dozens so you can keep procrastinating, especially if you have a home based business. What do excuses do? They just keep you stuck!

First, have a strong marketing plan so people get to know you. Don’t just rely on social media. It’s important to have diversified ways to get your name out there.

If you find you are not taking action and you don’t seem to be achieving what you intended at the beginning of the year, ask yourself why not? What’s holding you back? Why are you sabotaging yourself? If you can be truly honest with yourself you will find a way to take the action to achieve what you want.

If you need any support email and set up a 30 minute complimentary strategy call to find out more about hypnosis and coaching. There’s no obligation, it’s just a friendly chat to see where the gaps may be.

‘Til Next Time
Have a no more excuses week :-)
To Your Success and Brilliance

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Your Weekly Motivator

April 18, 2016
Recording Length: 1 minute 45 seconds
“Are right and wrong convertible terms, dependent upon popular opinion?” 
~William Lloyd Garrison

I think the answer to this question would be, you don’t base doing the right thing on popular opinion but, on what you consider it to be without making any excuses.  It’s a question that often people don’t ask themselves, especially if it’s something they know is wrong!

Most people makes mistakes in life, many of which can be corrected quite simply however, if you do something that endangers someone else or creates a problem for them and you make excuses instead of correcting it then what would you say?

If it was me, I’d say, this is not OK, I need to make things right and take responsibility for the mistake. Over the years I’ve had to do this a couple of times however, fortunately it was never anything huge and once corrected, my conscience was clear and I could ‘let it go.’

You will know what your answer is for yourself by the way you feel when you read or hear this,   Remember, that your character and values are built on integrity and doing something that would be considered ‘wrong’ is not in integrity.

‘Til Next Time
Have a wonderful week
To Your Success and Brilliance

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6 Ways To Conquer Your Inner Critic!

April 14, 2016

You’ve probably heard the adage, “Everyone is a critic?” It’s true. Unfortunately, often, your biggest critic is staring back at you in the mirror.    No one has to come down hard on you because you are already putting yourself into a vicious head lock. Keep reading for six ways that you can send that cynical noisemaker packing.

They say that you can talk to yourself as long as you don’t answer back. If you don’t answer back, however, the potentially negative thoughts will continue unchallenged. This is more detrimental than being thought of as crazy. We often follow the patterns created in our minds by our thoughts. Allowing negative self-talk to dominate your mind can lead to low self-esteem, bad habits, depression and other unhealthy results.

6 Ways to Move Forward

  1. Be proactive. Attack any negative thoughts as soon as they start to cree[
    Get creative.
  1. Box up your negativity – This can be literal or figurative. In the grand scheme
    of your life, each problem holds a small place overall. Seeing it as small minimizes
    its power over you. Try this. Create a small box or purchase one. Whenever you
    are plagued by a negative thought about yourself for the way you handled a
    problem or because you made a mistake, write it down on a piece of paper. Put it
    away in that small box. See your issue diminishing in size. Those thoughts do not
    define who you are.
  1. Replace negativity with positive self-talk – When a negative thought is removed something needs to fill its place in your mind. Exchange a negative (“I am”) for a positive thought (“I am a unique and worthwhile person/)If you exchange the negative thoughts for the positive consistently, you will soon find
    that negative voice stays quiet and no longer bothers you.
  1. Talk to a trusted friend – Explain the situation that made you feel so bad. Allow
    your friend to console you, counsel you and challenge that negative thought
    pattern that is condemning you.
  1. Be realistic! Was the situation as bad as you imagined it was? Maybe you are
    seeing it as worse than it is because you are allowing the negative thinking to
    take over. Take a realistic and put things into perspective.
  1. Accept your imperfections – Don’t “agree to disagree” with certain attributes but
    embrace them as old friends. They are a part of you – the good, the bad, the ugly
    and the peculiar. Love who you are and then move on to making any changes
    you think are necessary so you can constantly start thinking positively about
    yourself and your life.

Count your positives – It’s similar to counting your blessings. What is good about you? What have you done that is positive? Write down all the successes, big or small so you can see just how great you really are.  You deserve to have all the good things in life that you would like.

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