10 End of the Year Reflection Questions

This is my FAVORITE time of the year! I love the preparation leading up to the new year. In many ways, it feels like a blank slate and an opportunity to get a fresh start.This is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and get ready for the new year.  Here are ten end of the year reflection questions to help you prepare for the new year.What are you most proud of from 2017? What lessons did you learn in 2017? How did you grow in 2017? Who invested in you in 2017? (This is the perfect time to write them a thank you note!) Is everything that you focused on in 2017 getting you closer to your big goal or dream? What are you going to do differently in 2018 than in 2017? If you had an extra $1,000 to invest in … [Read more...]

5 Small Things You Can Start Doing NOW To Be Successful

Deep down inside all of us, is this yearning to be successful, to make our lives count. We want to not only make a difference, but we also want to live lives that are fruitful and filled with purpose.But somewhere along the way, life gets hectic. And when life gets hectic, we tend to focus on just getting through the day, rather than taking stock of what changes need to be made in order to live life successfully, right now.Today I want to encourage you to see the 5 small things that you can start doing now so that you can be successful in both life and business.Take time to be still and quiet with God: I know you’ve heard this time and time again, but honestly, this is SO vital to you experiencing success in your life and … [Read more...]

Run Your Race, Focus On Your Lane

I’ll admit, I’m a bit intrigued by these photos of Phelps from the 2016 Olympics. Why? Because as the saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.”Picture #1 sent the Internet into a frenzy. One look and you know that Phelps has his game face on. This “death glare” soon became known as #PhelpsFace. And according to Phelps, even as Chad le Clos was shadow boxing in front of him, he refused to give the man even one small glance. Phelps went on to say, "I was trying not to really look" at Chad le Clos. “He does his thing, I do my thing.”Picture #2 speaks for itself. During the 200M Butterfly, Chad le Clos was caught looking over at Phelps. And before we know it, Phelps took home the victory. Le Clos lost his focus and … [Read more...]