Reaching a Goal


Are you picking stuff or is it picking you? In other words, do you get up deciding how you want your day to go down? Or, does it just happen?

And, when your head hits the pillow at night, what is your answer to the question, "What happened — today — that got me closer to my goal?"

If your answer is 'nothing', things need to change. Living by default will catch up with you. It's called regret.

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Quality of Life


I was heading home on a short flight from Eugene, OR to Seattle, WA yesterday evening. I sat next to a woman wearing big boots and worn jeans. Her name was Julie, and she's a physical therapist. She works on humans and horses.

We talked nutrition, nature, gardening, and all things healthy. Her job is to treat people (and horses), and make them better. So, I asked her, "Julie, if you could pick one thing someone could do that would keep them healthy, what would that be?"

Her answer was, "Motion is lotion." 

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Feeling Discomfort


Do you have a discomfort robbing you of your growth and happiness? If you're not sure, here are some examples straight from my clients:

* You have your own business—and must sell your products and services—but you're not comfortable selling so you don't. And, you not selling is having a negative affect on your self-image and your finances.
* You manage people, but you're uncomfortable addressing a problem with an employee, so you don't. Now staff respects you less, and you experience low self-worth. 
*  You feel really uncomfortable networking—so you avoid a scheduled networking event—where you know your ideal clients hang out. You haven't booked a new client in six months, and your income is taking a dive.

The remedy? A strong self-image. Your self-image helps you ask for the sale, address a problem with an employee, and talk to strangers at a networking event. Bottom line: Your self-image determines your growth and happiness.

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