It’s vision board review time (something I get excited about every January 1st, no lie). 2017 was a crazy year, and I could have easily gotten derailed…if not for my fabulous vision board. I know, I know it sounds silly, but I do think that me creating a vision board this time last year was the reason I was able to stay on track and achieve almost all of my big, lofty goals in 2017. Continue Reading
It was Sunday night and once again the panic set in. I had nothing ready for Monday morning, the day I usually publish a new blog post or video.
Something I’ve always struggled with once I hit puberty has been my weight. Growing up, I was such a sporty kid and could pretty much eat anything I wanted and never gain a pound. But all that changed once I became a teenager, and ever since then I’ve been in this constant struggle to maintain my weight, and it’s just gotten harder the older I get (and the slower my metabolism gets). Continue Reading
Happy New Year everyone! And welcome to 2018! Which sounds insane to me because 2018 just sounds like some distant number in the future. Maybe I’m aging myself, but I feel like it was just yesterday that there was pandemonium over Y2K. I can’t believe it’s been almost 20 years since everyone was hoarding cans of soup and water for fear of the 2000 apocalypse. Continue Reading
This Wednesday is International Women’s Day and I always like to mark this occasion with a special post promoting women who are pushing the boundaries and chipping away at that stupid glass ceiling. Continue Reading
Up until this point, I’ve never made a vision board for myself. Have you?
Think you can become a millionaire by working a regular 9 to 5 job? I know I have a lot of guests on the show who promote the benefits of entrepreneurship and working for yourself to get ahead financially. But for this Listener Series episodes, I chat with Steve Cousins from Arkansas about how he was able to reach financial freedom by working as an employee for the same company for almost 40 years. Continue Reading