I recently had the pleasure of writing a guest post at Cable Car Couture, an image consulting company. I have been following them for years, therefore it was such a great honor for me to have them publish my article. Check it out and let me know what you think.
Remember what I said in my previous post? Just because you can multitask does not mean you should. Focus on one task at a time. Prioritizing should be one of the first instruments you master.
Being a multitasker and bombarding yourself with tasks will only lead to frustration and weariness. Then your dream will become this burden that weighs you down. All this angst and frustration might make you give up on your goal. You might mistakenly believe you cannot succeed. In actuality it was all the other stuff you added to it that made it burdensome. Handling one task at a time will lead to feelings of surety, lightness, and happiness. (more…)
Preparation + hard work + perseverance = success
Success does not come to those who sit around and wait to be handed opportunities. Opportunities come to those who look for it and who recognize it when it comes. Remember this the next time you look at someone else and think that they are successful because they got lucky or they had the right connections;
preparation + hard work + perseverance =success.
It is up to you to create opportunities that will lead you to success.
Now that you’ve organized your mind, it’s time to take the next step; ACTION. It is this step that many find difficult and that can impede your road to success. Your number one roadblock will be procrastination. This could be paralyzing to your life and to your business. Thus I am going to give you 5 ways to overcome procrastination. (more…)
There have been many times in my life where I thought I knew what I wanted and charged full speed ahead. I did not stop to ask myself some important questions that would have given me clarity. By the time I did cease long enough to organize my mind, I was not where I wanted to be. Nor taking my business in the direction I wanted it to go.
Over the years I have realized how much time(one of the most precious commodities there is), effort, and money I have wasted on things and people that were not worth it. I have created 2Clarify to share with others knowledge I have gained and am still in the process of gaining on adding value to life and business by distinguishing the necessary and the real. This does not mean that this website will be about being a minimalist. It will be about gaining clarity through simplicity.