Those who see their goals often during the day are more likely to complete them. Check out how to make my DIY Rotating Goal List, perfect for home or work.
In my latest Vlog Confessional: The hustle never comes free of charge, I keep it real about 2014. I took some time out for me. Now I’m ready.
Get to know The Timeline Project, an online tool that helps you visually create a place to list your goals and dreams. Learn how to make your timeline.
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June signifies that 2014 is halfway over. Are you on point to reach your goals? It’s not too late to get started. Transformation begins with a first step.
One day, I hope to sit at this here laptop and write about how I finally learned the lessons I’ve been trying to teach myself for years. I want to be victorious and have an awesome testimony to share. I really want to be that person.
What is a gratitude journal? Well, it’s a journal that focuses not on what you want, but what you already have and what you are thankful for.
Losing weight is effing hard. It’s not for the faint of heart. And if you want to keep off the weight for the long term, it has to go beyond a diet to a complete lifestyle change. So here’s 8 reasons why you should stay on your diet. It’s worth reading.
31 Days to a New You (While Staying in Your Lane) is an eJournal and Guide focused on bringing out the best you. 2011 has been a wonderful year of growth and opportunities for me, and I have learned a lot about taking a negative setback and channeling it into a positive outcome.
Moguls Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart have touted the use of vision boards for their success. I like using a vision board because it puts everything in perspective for me—visually.
Labor Day has always been one of my favorite holidays. It usually takes place around my birthday and is a time where we get in some last bit of partying before the end of summer.
Before you answer the question, I will let you know that I have been guilty of this myself. In the past, I found that I took on way more than I could physically carry, either because I couldn’t say no or I felt that I could “get er done” without thinking about the ramifications of it all. Of course, I only shot myself in the foot because I was once again abandoning a project mid-term because I didn’t have the fortitude. I call this “getting in your own way”.