I was recently invited to attend Brendon Burchard’s Experts Academy (EA) in Santa Clara, California. I underestimated the valuable and amazing nuggets of wisdom I would receive during the event. First, Brendon exudes passion in every aspect of his life. I thought I was passionate about serving others as a happiness and success coach. I had no idea how much passion I was capable of until a fire was lit under my ass.
I know I can do anything I put my mind to if I am enthusiastic and passionate about the idea and SO CAN YOU. Does this sound like a piece of writing that is supposed to motivate you? Good, because it is.
Really think about what you want in life. What kind of lifestyle do you want? Anything and everything is on the table so think big. You could start by thinking small and that’s perfectly fine if you keep thinking.
As a smart cookie with a doctoral degree, CPA license and background as a chief executive, I love absorbing as much information as...
In this day and age, we often feel rushed, that there isn’t enough time in the day, and we have a whole lot on our plates with no light at the end in sight.
With these 15 tips, you can get back your life, live on your terms and reduce the constant pressure.
1. Start a daily meditation or exercise routine.
Meditation and exercise help to give your non-stop thoughts a break. This break helps to improve your focus and stamina, thus using your time much more efficiently.
2. Carry a calendar.
Schedule everything and add a buffer for unexpected tasks. Use the traditional paper calendar or an electronic calendar. It doesn’t matter as long as you are using it. Once you get in the habit of putting everything on the calendar, you will stress less and use your memory for more important things.
3. Look at your calendar and make list of the next day’s goals the night before.
It is much better to know what your day looks like the night...
You heard right. I worked my way up the career and education ladder and later determined there was something missing. I was judged by some for giving up what seemed to be a wonderful opportunity. A friend and coworker told me it’s not every day a woman in her thirties becomes a CFO and I should make sure when I move to Colorado, I pursue the same career. Others were impressed by my ability to follow my heart. Others just asked a bunch of questions.
Let me go back about 15 years so you have a little context.
I absolutely love learning. I received my Bachelor of Science in Accounting and graduated with the highest GPA in the class. I passed the CPA exam after the 1st attempt. That was not enough. I received my MBA. That still wasn’t enough. I received my Doctoral degree in Accounting.
I began my accounting career as a staff accountant. Over the years, through hard work and determination, I was promoted to senior accountant, manager, Controller, and now CFO.
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When you join, I'll coach you on handling stress & anxiety, finding your purpose, and so much more. You'll receive weekly life hacks & assessments and have the chance to attend monthly webinars & group calls!