In a world that’s driven by productivity, it’s easy to forget to relax or in some cases even feel guilty when you do, but when you realise that consistent rest is directly linked to consistent results, you’ll start seeing the value in allowing yourself time to wind down.
There is very little value in creativity. The real value comes from the ability to execute on your creative ideas and turn them into something very practical.
It’s easy to think you’ve got to a stage where you’ve got all the skills you’ll ever need but that should never allow you to relax to the point where you think you’ve learnt everything.
People that just make themselves busy for no real point other than just being busy.
I’ve been lost many times, but I think being lost is often what is required to find yourself. And we can’t find ourselves until we’ve been lost.
Two words – prioritise and plan. That’s the key to remaining focused in your business when the world around you might appear to be falling down.
In order to grow, you have to be open to continuous learning. Learning is good for your brain, it’s good for your personal development and it leads to places, people and opportunities that you would otherwise never experience.
We’ve got to stop looking at ADHD as a deficit and starting looking at it for the upgrade that it is. Because to me, having ADHD is an advantage, especially as an entrepreneur. Let me tell you why.
I’m constantly swamped with business owners telling me they’re tired, burnt out and have nothing left in the tank. Burnout is serious, and to avoid getting knocked down you have to focus on one very important factor.
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have all the luck and others don’t even get a look in? New York Times best-selling author Pam Grout, says it might have something to do with your frequency.