3 Essential Habits to Get Things Done

What’s going on in your world? Are you on top of your to-do’s and projects? Or is it a bit of a chaotic mess? It can be hard to stay focused sometimes. There are lots of activities (and sometimes, people) to distract us. More accurate to say: We allow ourselves to get distracted and we […]

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How to Get the Most Out of Accountability Coaching

If you’re working with an accountability partner or accountability coach, here is what I recommend so that you can really get the most out of the experience: 1. Review your long-term goals, weekly goals, daily goals and habits every morning. Do this quickly, ideally in the morning. It shouldn’t take more than 2 minutes. Reviewing […]

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How to Recognize and Deal with Fools

I had some doubts about whether I should write about this topic because it could come across as being negative and judgemental. That’s not where I’m coming from…I’m talking about making the best choices about what kind of people to interact with. It’s important to not be harsh with yourself when you occasionally make mistakes […]

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Bad news: There is no magic bullet

Many of us are looking for the “magic bullet”, an instant solution to our problems: Take away this pain (stress, anxiety, doubt, fear, anger) NOW! We want some method, system, piece of knowledge or advice that will make everything work out perfectly for us (ideally, by the end of today, please). Bad news…The magic bullet […]

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How to Tame Your To-do List

Ah, the revered to-do list… You’ve probably got a love-hate relationship with it. I know I do. Even though I recommend that all my clients use to-do lists, I’m also aware of the potential pitfalls of using them. One of those pitfalls is that your list keeps growing bigger and you’re not checking off enough […]

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How Often Are You Blindly Accepting “Truth”?

If you want to continue growing your creativity and developing your ability to think in a solution-oriented way, it’s really important to stay open, aware and mentally “pliable”. Not rigid or fixed, in other words. When you’re working on solving issues in your business or challenges that come up in your personal life, watch out […]

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A Simple Mindset Technique to Help You Take More Consistent Action

One of the biggest struggles when going after your business goals, projects and personal goals is staying consistently motivated and taking consistent action. A common behaviour you might have is to have an erratic start-stop pattern, forgetting to work on goals, not having time, not having the energy and/or there’s always something else more important […]

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Two Quick Strategies to Deal with Overwhelm

How often do you feel overwhelmed? What do you usually do to manage it? I’ve spoken with a few clients and other entrepreneurs lately and a common issue keeps coming up… Although they’ve had a good amount of success with their business goals and personal goals, they still feel overwhelmed with the huge amount of […]

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How to Stop Using the Internet to Procrastinate

Did you plan out your most important tasks for the week? If not, I highly recommend doing that every Sunday evening before the busyness of your week begins on Monday. List up to five main tasks that you really need to get done for the upcoming week. Schedule them into your calendar. Then, take action […]

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Should You Quit Drinking Alcohol?

  Ah, glorious alcohol. It’s everywhere. We not only enjoy it but we celebrate it. We don’t just use it to celebrate, we actually celebrate alcohol and drinking culture. It helps us relax and “take the edge off” as one of my family members likes to joke. Booze connects people, brings us closer together and […]

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How to Avoid These Common Goal-Tracking Mistakes

Here are three of the most common goal-tracking mistakes I see people making. Avoid these habits and follow good goal-tracking practices so that you can reach your goals faster. Common Goal-Tracking Mistakes Mistake #1:  Estimating your goal metrics, instead of tracking them accurately. When you’re going after your goals, you’ll most likely be setting some […]

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