Category Archives: Accountability

Big goals your brain imagines for your business can be hard to implement.

Why Your Brain’s Ability to Imagine Big Goals May Be Limiting Your Business Growth

This morning, I saw this Albert Einstein quote: “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” You may be wondering…did Einstein have to run a business, attract clients, cook his own meals, or get kids out the door in the morning? No. He didn’t. If he did, he might have…

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Why having an imagination-implementation gap can cause imposter syndrome

Why Some of the Most Creative Entrepreneurs & Business Owners Suffer from Imposter Syndrome

Does this sound like you? You have a vast imagination, and may even be able to see your ideal future as if it already existed, but you just can’t seem to implement what you can imagine so you and your practice can thrive, not just survive. If your ability to implement goals and solutions lags behind…

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Stay focused and accountable to goals during inevitable disruptions

Don’t Fall Off The Horse! How to Keep Vacations and Other Disruptions From Killing Your Routines

Have you ever come back from vacation feeling like you need a vacation more than ever? Join the club! While the busy-ness of a workday may feel overwhelming at times, it does impose time constraints and deadlines that so many of us need or use to support our routines. And then you take a vacation, …

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Change creates transition which throws people and businesses into the neutral zone of uncertainty

Why Your Brain Hates New Year’s Resolutions And What To Do About It

Every year during the holidays, I take stock of my accomplishments in the year that’s ending and set new goals and resolutions for the new year ahead. Do you do that, too? For many of us, New Year’s offers an amnesty for goals and resolutions not fully met, and a chance to do and be…

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10 Top Networking Strategies for Introverts and Others Who’d Rather Not

“I’d rather be hung upside…than go to a big networking event where I don’t know anyone.” Yes, I actually said those cringe-worthy words in a public setting before I learned how to make networking fun. While that’s how I truly felt at the time, today, I am a confident networker. The tools and techniques in this article helped…

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