And what caught my attention is how happy they appear to be. Now before you start saying, “Well sure, if I had that kind of money I’d be happy too,” it’s more than that. My theory is that because their work is entrenched in their creative side and they get to create and be characters they aren’t as…um constrained as business women who are task driven.
By Lori Hanson Is it time? Time for you to take on your next stretch goal? Time to start that new career you’ve been too afraid to tackle? Time to make a change in your relationship status? Time to plan the vacation of a lifetime? Time to improve your health? In life it’s important to […]
Someone bumps into us and we say, “I’m sorry, excuse me.” We don’t hear someone call out our name and we say, “I’m sorry, I didn’t hear you.” None of these scenarios would be classified as wrongdoings, but women still feel the need to apologize.
I attended a professional women’s event last week to be a mentor to other working women. The program started with networking exercises to share new ways to start conversations with other people. One of the questions the leader asked was how many women have ever considered not taking a job because they didn’t think they could do it. I was astounded at the number of hands that quickly flew up in the air.
Do you create the results you want in your life, or are you just along for the ride and feel like life happens to you? There is a big difference!
Are you connected with what you feel passionate about, or are you merely existing day-to-day wishing you were happier, weighed less, had a job you loved, had a better relationship, or had money to do the things you want to do in life? These are all things you have the ability to control once you have the skillset and know how to implement them.