It can seem counter-intuitive that the activities we look to for comfort can actually make us feel worse about ourselves. Here’s how it works and what to do about it.
It can seem counter intuitive that we make our fears and past injuries worse by trying to avoid them, but it’s easy to see in our experience. Here’s how to let go and move on.
It can be easy to get frustrated by missed business goals, but possibly you’re simply taking the planning far enough.
I bring as much positive energy to the show as I can, and usually am right there. Today my most authentic message is simply one of encouragement that you can keep moving forward even if it’s tough at times. Are you with me?
You want to know how to let go, but that’s not really the answer to the problem. Let’s sort it out here.
If you want different results you have to take different action and think different thoughts. So get out there and do something new. But be prepared, you’ll also have to face new challenges.
I shared a couple weeks ago (Episode 53) about the experience of letting go of the old anger. Since then I’ve continued to be almost suprised at how noticable the lack of anxiety has been. I can’t believe how much I was just used to living with the fear, anxiety, and doubt, which I didn’t even realize until now that it’s gone.
I said in episode 50 that Emotional Health is the most fundamental, foundational entrepreneurial skill. I get more specific with the single most important factor to success and happiness.
Obviously I’m biased, but my Beagle is the cutest dog on the planet. We’ll the cutest in our home anyway. Here are some business and life lessons I’ve learned from watching her get her way time and time again.