Where are the potholes in your life? Is there something that you’re struggling with that you’ve been avoiding? Chances are, it’s not just going to go away on its own. Don’t just avoid it. Fix it. Here’s why.
When you try to create a new habit but don’t really believe you can do it, you’re doomed before you even start. Find out why this is, and what to do instead.
Is this the best use of your time? Delegate things that aren’t in your zone of genius. Get creative. Trust that the right solution will present itself.
How your business is like pancakes: On the first try, when you’re just getting started, things take a while to get going, and they often fall flat. They won’t look great, even though your intention is good. And your dogs don’t care, because they love you no matter what…
Read how the use of color affects your branding. Learn about the psychology of color.
If you follow me on Facebook, you may have noticed some changes to my business page this past week. A new profile photo, a name change from Sprout New Media to Lisa Wood Coaching… find out why on the blog.
Cramming too much into your schedule can do more harm than good. Learn why trying to get more done in less time is the wrong approach, and what you can do about it.
The six-figure business is, for many entrepreneurs, the benchmark of success. When you hit six figures, you’ve made it, right? Well, not always… Find out why.
There’s a critical piece you’re missing when measuring ROI (hint: it’s not money): Be sure you’re looking at the big picture, not just at your bank account.
Ever have one of those days when you’re jumping from one thing to the next, your mind racing, and you feel like you’re on autopilot? Learn three simple ways to slow down and be more in tune to the present.
Self-improvement (or self-development) is about exploring, discovering new things, and working to expand your knowledge base and skillset. I’m a life-long learner, so I’m always researching, practicing, and trying new things.
But I have a big problem with self-improvement…
I used to struggle with holding onto those flighty ideas that popped into my mind at the worst times. Here’s how I finally mastered them.