Most people don’t know much about the process of actually committing to their life dreams and goals, because most people don’t keep most of their agreements.
Most people add a silent, unconscious modifying phrase to all their commitments: “…as long as it’s not uncomfortable.” Or at least not TOO uncomfortable. This chink in your armor is all that excuses need to wedge their way in.
There is no doubt that COVID-19 has led to many changes. Nothing is the same and nothing will ever be the same. Has the pandemic
Do you love work hacks that help you get things done faster? Me too. After all it’s Friday, as I write this. I love my job but sometimes I feel like Fred Flintstone waiting to slide down and punch the clock, so I can go for a walk and then get home to watch Netflix with Wilma.
So, last week, I was singing along to a couple of songs in my morning shower. Contemplating life. One of the songs was “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield. Maybe both of those facts are more than you ever wanted to know about me… but it gave me an idea. I was reminded of a quote I once read in Stephen Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”.
I spent most of my young life thinking I wasn’t good enough. In fact, I’ve spent a fair chunk of my adult life feeling the same way. Wherever I was in my life and career, I would question, do I deserve to be here? Sorry, we’ve started our session early. Do you mind if I lay on your couch, while I tell you about my troubles?
“Future of work” is not a new concept but the speed at which it smacked us in the face was a surprise. Mass panic of the pandemic has forced the future of work to become the new world of work. Adjust or die (okay, that might be a little bit dramatic but hey, I’m one coffee down already at 6:33am, so a littled psyched).
Don’t quit your job to get into your own business, until you read this Why do you want to be self employed? Is it so