Reinvent Yourself and Realize Your (Business) Potential
Are you facing a closed door?
Many times it seems as if you are making good progress in your professional life when all of a sudden you face a closed- or even locked-door.
But a door is just a door. Doors that are closed can also open. A closed door may be a signal to revise your strategy, to make sure that what you think you want is truly your heart’s desire, or to pause and rest before renewing your efforts. It can be many things, but it is not an ending.
As you journey through this book, I hope you’ll find ideas to reawaken your spark, to refresh your enthusiasm and to renew your passion to help you move forward with greater confidence in making your dreams a reality.
Now its up to you to take the next step and download the free e-book.
A rich life requires knowing when to open doors and when to close them, when to risk being outside, and when to revel in belonging inside.
While it’s comforting to hold onto what’s safe, sometimes the only way to accept the new opportunities life has for us is to unclench our fist and open our palm.
Confidence grows with proof of competence–that’s called empowerment.
No preparation is every wasted. Often, in the process of preparing for one opportunity, others appear.
Making a successful pitch or presentation begins long before you set foot in the prospect’s office.
Whether you realize it or not, you are continually coaching yourself.
Acknowledging successes–even small, incremental ones–helps you gain confidence.
Practice celebrating your achievements, large and small, and feel the power of confidence empower you to continue succeeding.
A web site is living; it is constantly being viewed and can change with your needs. So let the world see through your eyes.
In today’s on-line marketplace, you don’t have the option to be offline.
Don’t be afraid to say your dreams out loud.
Open yourself to new possibilities by making a conscious commitment to being optimistic and positive.