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I Have a Dream

Posted by reallifee on Oct 6, 2014 in Encouragement, Psychology, Rest & Rejuvenation, Schedule Makeover | 0 comments

I Have a Dream

At the start of each day, I review my dream for the world… and I thought I would share it with you because it will help you to understand Why I do what I do. Here it goes: “I dream of a world where the majority of people feel peaceful, confident, accomplished and loved because they’re investing their time wisely.” Can you see it? Can you believe life can be different? What would life be like if… we rarely argued with one another? we had minds that were clear and calm and focused in the present? we not only had time to attend to our own goals but also to be kind to others? we courageously took action on new projects and pushed their comfort...

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3 Strategies for Fearless Delegation

Posted by reallifee on Sep 8, 2014 in Encouragement, Entrepreneurship, Internships & Jobs, Psychology, Schedule Makeover | 0 comments

3 Strategies for Fearless Delegation

At first glance, not doing something yourself feels risky: What if it doesn’t get done? What if it’s not quality work? But done correctly, delegating can actually lower the risk in your business. By delegating, you are decreasing the chance that you’ll burn out and that important activities only you can do won’t get done. Real control comes from managing risk and releasing control in appropriate ways. Here’s how to change your approach to delegation to maximize business results. Identify Where to Focus To help you let go of projects other people can do, you need to understand what exactly should fill the majority of your time. Where can your contribution make...

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You Are Trapped

Posted by reallifee on Aug 18, 2014 in Encouragement, Psychology, Rest & Rejuvenation, Schedule Makeover | 0 comments

You Are Trapped

We’re all in this together… When I worked with Phil Lawler on setting the trajectory for him to have a more fulfilling life, we worked on everything from tackling work projects as an IT professional to reading his backlog of books to applying to business school. My time coaching has helped Phil, particularly through the graduate school application process. But he also has taught me things like sending me an exercise I could share with you about how to get out of being Trapped By Our Own Low Expectations. Here’s Phil’s take on how to breakthrough. How to Free Yourself From Limiting Expectations Step 0: Set aside some YOU time during the day...

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Please don’t… JUMP!

Posted by reallifee on Aug 4, 2014 in Encouragement, Psychology | 0 comments

Please don’t… JUMP!

It’s essential that before you take action on your commitment you:  Stop Take a deep breath Think through what you actually need to do BEFORE you do it. Why is this important? To avoid these two results: Absolute Paralysis because you know you run the risk of hurting yourself and/or drowning if you jump off this high dive of a habit change or plunge into this mountain of a project from your current place of preparation. Hurting Yourself/Drowning because you force yourself to jump off the high dive without having the preparation and skills to complete this objective successfully. I’m not suggesting that you get lost in planning and never take...

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How to Diagnosis What’s Making You Chronically Late

Posted by reallifee on Jul 14, 2014 in Entrepreneurship, Internships & Jobs, Psychology, Relationships, Schedule Makeover | 0 comments

How to Diagnosis What’s Making You Chronically Late

Do you find yourself apologizing constantly because you’re chronically late? Do your friends not even bother to show up until at least 15 minutes after they told you to arrive, knowing they’ll still need to wait for you? Have you missed out on opportunities, had work rejected, or had to pay a great deal of money in ticket change fees because you just couldn’t arrive on time? Do you keep saying you want to break this bad habit but never really seem to change? If so, you’re not alone. Many people struggle with running their life with clockwork precision. In fact, whole countries of people have this time challenge so one antidote for the stress caused by lack of...

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What to Do the Night Before So You Exercise in the Morning

Posted by reallifee on Jun 10, 2014 in Health & Wellness, Psychology, Rest & Rejuvenation, Schedule Makeover | 0 comments

What to Do the Night Before So You Exercise in the Morning

Exercise: You know you should do it. You even want to do it. Despite good intentions, it can be all too easy to skip this healthy activity for “more important” commitments. The reality is, exercise is one of the most important things you can do for physical and personal balance. The below routine is one person’s strategy to help you power down at night so you can power up in the morning and get your day started out right! Let the balance begin! Example of an Evening Before Morning Exercise Routine Important Mindset: Taking time for myself and particularly for exercise is a good and necessary use of my time. Exercise plays an important role in...

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