Right, you bunch of lazy bastards. It's time to wake up, slap yourself in the face and realise that you're all living a lie. There is no such thing as not having enough time. It's an excuse, an illusion.
There was a time when the stock answer to ‘how are you?’ would be ‘I’m fine’ or ‘I’m well’. But ask that question today and
Being smart with your time doesn't mean you do more work. It means you get smarter around the tasks that matter. Using time smartly means not focusing on how busy you are but on results. Staying an extra hour at work at the end of the day may not be the most effective way to manage your time.
If you're not used to it, saying no feels really shitty at first. Like you're letting people down, somehow not engaging with life as much as you should be. FOMO - "fear of missing out" - plays a huge part in this.
I had the pleasure of interviewing business leverage expert and solopreneur CEO Tina Forsyth about the enigma of being profitable when you operate a business that generates $100K or more in revenue. I invited her to be my guest because I heard her speak passionately about this topic on her Women on Top telesummit.
The goal of Buddhism is ultimately to achieve enlightenment, but along the pathway to awakening, there are many useful lessons about how to operate ethically and effectively in the world.
As is true for most solopreneurs, Jeanna did everything herself when she started her business. She now realizes that she was not conscious of "being productive" during her start-up phase...
Spreading yourself too thin and saying 'yes' to everything is bound to catch up with you sooner or later - right when you least expect it and when you could REALLY do with it not happening. So what can you do when it happens? And how can you stop it happening again.
In just a few days, the U.S. will celebrate Thanksgiving. Where has 2013 gone? Once the Christmas / Hanukkah holiday season
This three-article series is a Think and Grow Rich-type exposé that draws from the experiences of entrepreneurs in the "expert