The First Step to Real Success

Written by Wendy Hearn


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The measurement of your success goes beyond work and business. When we get too tied up in measuring our success through what we do for a living, we can come crashing down if we're made redundant orrepparttar business ceases.

Success is often talked about. It's one of those things that many people are striving for, but fear atrepparttar 101981 same time. We talk about people and label them as successful. Yet success as a word is often without any real meaning for most people. Success is held up as something to aim for.

If you're chasing other people's versions of success, you're not likely to experience it yourself. You will only feel and be successful when you do it your own way. The first step towards real success is to define success for yourself. The dictionary defines 'success' asrepparttar 101982 achievement of something desired, planned or attempted. Your definition will different from other people's. Success isn't an end result or a goal; it's a process and a journey to be enjoyed.

"There is only one success: to be able to spend your life in your own way" - Christopher Morley

Success needs to be exciting and fill you with enthusiasm, not put you under undue pressure. Let your definition of success give you plenty of opportunities to celebrate. Your measure of success should challenge you, to really bring our your best rather than allow you to become complacent.

How will you know when you're successful? What is your own definition of success?



Wendy works with business owners, professionals, executives and managers who are ready to enrich their lives. . . finding more success, fun, balance, joy and time. Free Report - How to Focus on Achieving What You Really Want Send email to mailto:wendy-15269@autocontactor.com http://www.Business-Personal-Coaching.com


Your Glass Is Half Full!

Written by Liz Wertman


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Even after a traumatic experience like death or divorce, you must look atrepparttar positive side of your life. Don't continually look at what you don't have in your life, there really isnít any point to that, this attitude is non-productive. Look at what you DO have!

Write down on a piece of paper everything in your life that you like. Write down everything in your life that is going well for you. Some of these positive points would be, your children, your health, your family, and your friends. You can expand on that. Get all negativity out of your mind! Write down everything you like about yourself personally. Your kindness, your strength, your compassion, your intelligence. Include what you think isrepparttar 101980 smallest detail. If itís part of your life then there isnít any small detail. Do you have nice eyes? Put that down!

Watch your list grow!!! Keep this list and review it every time you feel dissatisfied. Over time you will not need to look atrepparttar 101981 list on paper, you will haverepparttar 101982 security of knowing what a wonderful blessed person you really are!

Your glass is not only half full, itís filling up fast!!



Liz Wertman "Divorce Strategy for Men and Women." Your guide through the maze of divorce! http://www.divorcewell.com


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