I got asked an interesting question on my show #HeyKerwin recently – it was, ‘When is it ok to be focused on money?’ I thought I would share my response on the blog because so many people place such a high emphasis on money, and that mindset can bring about some pretty serious consequences.
One area I get so f#cking sick and tired of hearing about is why you can’t get your sh!t together on social media. So I’ve compiled the top excuses business owners use to not produce content, grow their following and put themselves out there online…and I have BUSTED all of them, leaving you with ZERO reason not to start!
It just takes one piece of content to go viral. One piece of content that puts you on the map. One piece of content that could potentially change your business forever…
Bestselling author and entrepreneur, Danielle Laporte believes our current obsession with productivity is leaving us feeling empty and unfulfilled with life. The modern day thought leader and member of Oprah’s Super Soul 100, shares why we need to start prioritising our own inner-most desires in order to be truly happy.
The best way to deal with attachment is to let go. Breath and let it go.
Surrendering for me isn’t about giving up, it’s about letting go – and letting go is about looking at the emotional attachment that you have connected to an outcome.
This peak performance productivity tip is seriously powerful – it’s called Touch It Once. I had to develop this concept because I was one of those people who let their inbox explode and overflow. But now I have a system that saves me time, energy and a lot more head space.
Let me tell it to you straight. For all of you people out there who are using age as excuse, listen up. Age has nothing to do with it. I don’t care if you’re 30, 50, or 80. Don’t pull the ‘age’ card as a reason to stop starting.
The best way to deal with attachment is to let go. Breath and let it go. Surrendering for me isn’t about giving up, it’s about letting go – and letting go is about looking at the emotional attachment that you have connected to an outcome.
It seems like anxiety is something that more and more people are dealing with these days, and I think a lot of it comes from the things we can’t control but want to. The sooner we give up our desire for control, the sooner we give up the trigger for anxiety.