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Blue Monday

It’s Blue Monday. If you believe in this kind of thing.

Everything is about mindset. Dr Cliff Arnall, one time of Cardiff University, devised the Blue Monday formula that decided how shabby everything is on this date each year. You know, Christmas has been and gone, all the bills have come in, there’s still at least another week till payday and it’s Monday to boot.

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Kick start New Year with these 3 questions

Kick start New Year with these 3 questions.

How was 2016 for you? I’m hoping that you had a pretty good one really, with the usual ups and downs that we all have, but nothing you couldn’t handle. You’re still here, and facing in the right direction, and all is ok. But what if that wasn’t the case? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to kick start new year because the process is actually really simple?

Are you stuck and sad? Are you in a rut and wondering how on earth you’re going to get out of it? Are you still feeling the past is holding you back? If this sounds like you, and you need to change your life, then this blog post is definitely for you. It’s not a great feeling to be heading into the New Year feeling as shitty as you did the day before. So let’s give 2017 a bit of a kick and make some changes TODAY.

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The Magic Beans Business Model

 

Vulnerable business women (and I’m saying women, because this is the demographic I am most often involved with) are being pulled into a business model that I lovingly refer to as The Magic Beans Business Model.

 

You’ll know what it is when I say this; manifest what you need in your business.

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Do you sabotage your success because you don’t feel good enough?

Do you get in your own way and put the brakes on your own chances of success?

If you struggle with self-belief and think you’re going to be found out then the chances are that the answer to that question is yes. As Seth Godin says,

Imagine how much you’d get done if you stopped actively sabotaging your own work.

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