“Just Do It”
The one thing that most successful people have in common is that they have learned how to connect their gifts and talents to their passions.
The truth is, we are all born with our own unique gifts. The life path that works for one person may not be the one that works for you. Have you taken the time to ask yourself, 'What is going to make me happy and fulfilled?" Whatever you choose to pursue, you must have a strategy first. A great example is the heights my good friend Michele Thornton has achieved on her journey. Michele has shared her life lessons to help other women find their intrinsic skills. Throughout her book, “Stratechic” (http://stratechic.com), Michele reminds us that “If you don’t set expectations, nothing will happen!” Her book is a must read for any woman who is serious about developing a plan and strategy to achieve success.
Get out of your own way
Throughout our lives, we are often groomed to pursue the dreams and ideals of those who raised and influenced us. Some of us get caught up in impressing others with prestigious titles and expensive material goods, yet still feel unfulfilled, or, as my friend Sheri Riley explains, “spending 100% of your time on 10% of who you truly are.” Sheri has developed a transformational program, specifically designed for high-achievers, to help them learn how to get out of their own way and truly live their greatest lives by removing the elements that keep them hostage to their own success. If you haven’t picked up her book, “Exponential Living" (http://sheririley.com), please do. It will change your life.