Corporate family values are about creating a culture and everything that’s involved in this process. It’s important to focus on your goals, not the goals of others.
You can’t wait for someone else to tell you where to go or what to do because this is on their path. Instead of trying to keep up with others, try being the best version of yourself.
Without a plan, you won’t have clarity on your vision. And without clarity, you can’t take the first step toward achieving it. Identify your passion and your talent.
Start small and break down your goal into small, manageable parts. See it, believe it in your heart, and then take action.
Be prepared to battle the storms of life. Bad things often happen unannounced. You don’t get to choose which storms you will face in life.
Have the discipline and courage to face the storm. Lean on your friendships and trust the process. Know that the greater the storm, the greater the reward you will receive.
Nothing is more powerful than a shift in perspective.True power comes from knowing without conviction that you are good, worthy, safe, and living with absolute purpose.
Lasting change results from taking responsibility, and realizing that it is you who creates your thoughts, feelings, and actions.
Contrary to popular belief, solopreneurship isn’t meant for you to be a slave to your business. The strength of a great leader lies in collaborating and delegating effectively.
How you feel emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and physically impacts everything else, and it needs to be made a priority. We can share the wealth by sharing the responsibility.
We all go through challenging times. When this happens, we should talk ourselves up, telling ourselves that we can achieve WAYMORE.
W.A.Y.M.O.R.E. stands for getting clarity about your Ws, thinking about your Assets, knowing You and your team, Measuring, focusing on your One thing, Reviewing and Educating.