Your stomach is in knots.
You wish you could turn back the clock and have a do-over.
Your mind doesn’t stop asking, “What the heck were you thinking!?!”
Unfortunately, what’s done is done. The truth is, you screwed up. You made a mistake.
And now you’ve got to figure out how to make things right and have people trust and believe in you again.
You’re hopeful, but deep down you wonder…
Continue reading “How To Make A Comeback After You’ve Let People Down”
Have you ever felt blindsided?
Like a situation appeared in your business or life that threw things into a tailspin and suddenly all of your options to move ahead seem, well…
Sooner or later, we all find ourselves in the midst of a challenging situation and can feel ill-equipped to move forward.
When the proverbial dookie hits the fan, many of us react in one of two ways. Either:
1. We freeze up and become unwilling to make any decision — hoping that somehow, someway, everything will “magically” take care of itself (which it rarely does).
2. We make a series of rash decisions from a place of anger or fear, triggering even more seemingly sucky problems than we had in the first place.
Thankfully, there is a third option.
Continue reading “How to Move Ahead When “Everything Sucks””
Imagine this . . .
You love what you do and you’re successful at it: making money, great clients, great team, etc. For years, you’ve worked your buns off to make this dream come to life.
But here’s the problem.
Something’s changed. You don’t feel excited about what you do anymore.
Most days, you feel kind of down and lost. And the truth is that you’ve been feeling this way for longer than you care to admit!
So what do you do?
And how can you tell the difference between normal burnout vs. a sign that it’s time for a big change in your career?
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This started out as a quick, Happy 4th shout out (and a fab excuse to say hey to my non-US friends) but I realized there’s more to talk about.
Let me ask you…
Have you ever felt like you were going through some kind of transition?
Continue reading “3 Strategies To Successfully Manage a Transition”