Alison Vidotto – CEO of Vidotto Group and Push! training, business trainer & business mentor, published author, professional speaker, founder of the Australian Charity for the Children of Vietnam (ACCV), and a mother of six. Alison’s goal is to help other small business owners to realize long term success through business training and mentoring.
“The Purpose behind Push! is to reduce the staggering number of small business...
"What I've found is that while everybody may procrastinate, not everybody is a procrastinator," APS fellow Joseph Ferrari, professor of psychology at DePaul University.
In 1978, 5% of people surveyed admitted to chronic procrastination. Today? 26%.
According to a Gura survey in 2008, 40% of people have experienced financial loss due to procrastination.
1 in 5 people procrastinates so badly that it may be jeopardizing their jobs,...
Danny Hadas is a # 1 bestselling author, entrepreneur, and advisor to the world’s most iconic brands. His work has impacted millions of people across 500+ companies worldwide, including Disney, BMW, and AT&T. As the founder of The Emovation Project, Danny teaches business leaders how to power their profits by empowering their people.
In this episode, Danny and Mark talk about being productive during a pandemic, structuring your days like...
Jordan Harry is a memory and speed reading coach who has given a TEDx talk that has been viewed by 1.6 million people and taught over 15,000 people from 147 countries speed reading and memory.
When he was 10, I had a speech impediment which left him struggling with speaking in public and reading.
He now reads seven times faster than the average reader (1,500 words per minute), the CEO at StudyFast, and an international public speaker.
His mission is...
Are you doing too much?
Are you trying to do too much in your business?
There's no shortage of social media websites you can be on. There's Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Snapchat...just to name a handful.
But do you need to be on all of them?
The answer is no.
What do you need to do?
What do you want to do to serve, as Seth Godin says, your tribe?
Maybe you've been wanting to write a book.
And start a podcast.
In 2011, Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives, wrote a book titled, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing. (Full disclosure: I've not read this book yet.)
When's the last time you stopped long enough to think about the regrets you have?
Have you ever stopped to think about regrets...period? (You should.)
Here's the thing: days turn into...
Michelle Kuei is a certified transition life coach who helps negative self-talkers to discover inner strength and beauty by overcoming fear for judgments. Michelle is the author of the new memoir, Perfectly Normal: An Immigrant’s Story of Making it in America, as well as the inspirational illustrated e-book, “Miss Little Musical”. She is a board member of the United Nations Association of the USA Pasadena Chapter and a Clinical...
A productive day doesn't just happen.
It happens when you're intentional about it.
And while I think the key to a great day starts with a solid morning routine - the subject of this post, I believe the key to a said morning routine starts the night before.
Let me share with you how I set myself up for a productive day.
Note: please don't overthink what you're about to read. Take it in, think about it, and then figure out how you can set it up to work for you.
It starts the night...
Cepee Tabibian is a social media strategist and community manager who works as a liaison between brands and people to capture attention. In 2015, at the age of 35 she "hit refresh" and left a comfortable life in Austin, Texas for the unknown in Madrid, Spain. That one decision led her on a path of rapid personal and professional growth.
Realizing there was a gap in the market for women "of a certain age" who wanted to radically change their life,...
Before I share how I use the Pomodoro technique, I don't want to assume that you know what it is so...
According to Wikipedia, "The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. Each interval is known as a pomodoro, from the Italian word for 'tomato', after the tomato-shaped...
Of course, you do.
It's just that most people keep their quirks to themselves.
I've got to be me. Strange as I am.
First, what does quirk mean anyways?
The official definition of quirk is "a peculiar behavioral habit".
So, in an effort to share more about me with you, here are five quirks about me. Maybe you knew these, maybe not.
After you finish reading, please leave a comment below!
I love Christian hip hop...