Archive | SOLUTIONS FOR COMMON ISSUES

The Three Deadly Sins of Entrepreneurs

The Green Eyed Monster is Stealing Your Cash Flow! There are three deadly sins of entrepreneurs that stand in the way of making money: Envy Jealousy Covetousness                                                                                                                                         photo credit: Rachel.Adams‘ Flickr Grudging Admiration You market, Tweet, post awesome Facebook images. You put yourself out there and have little to show for your efforts. […]

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When a Bad Day Turns Into Multiple Ones & You Want to Quit!

Have you ever had a bad day that turns into multiple bad ones? When you have a bad day, you question everything you’re doing and lose your passion. In turn, it drains you emotionally and physically and you get to the point where you’re literally forcing yourself to work. All joy and motivation is gone. […]

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6 Steps Successful Entrepreneurs Take to Dissolve Regret, Guilt or Anger

  There’s nothing more distracting for successful entrepreneurs than trying to do business when you’re drowning in feelings of regret, guilt or anger. All of your energy goes into trying to suppress these feelings so you can focus on your work. As hard as you try, in any given moment, negative thoughts sneak up and […]

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You’re Not Done Yet! How to Face Your Fears After Illness, Loss & Chaos

During times of desperation and trial, the absolute worst thing to say to someone is ‘face your fears.’ Unfortunately, at some point, in order to get through it, it’s something we all must do. I remember standing in the kitchen making my daughter’s breakfast and all of a sudden she let out a blood curdling […]

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Squash Sibling Rivalry By Establishing Positive Core Beliefs In Your Kids

Core beliefs in kids are directly responsible for the formation of sibling bonds The secret is to squash it repeatedly by establishing positive core beliefs about each sibling. These are examples of what I have done. This is the second post on brothers and sisters.  In case you missed the first one, you can find […]

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BEING LEFT OUT: The Subtle BULLYING Tactic

[social_share style=”bar” align=”horizontal” heading_align=”inline” facebook=”1″ twitter=”1″ google_plus=”1″ linkedin=”1″ pinterest=”1″ /] Being left out is a powerful, yet subtle bullying tactic. It hits all ages, races and genders.   She is NOT Invited!   “Hey, so I’ll see you at Amanda’s party on Saturday,” Claire heard for  about the tenth time. For some reason she had […]

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