When I speak to people about my One Degree Shift community, I emphasize the importance of having support and encouragement to make significant shifts in your life or take small steps toward your goals. Why? Because I know a tiny shift can completely change your life. To understand this, consider the boiling point of water. At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, just one degree more, it boils. And with boiling water comes steam, and that steam can power a train. So, what made the difference? The one extra degree. Just as one degree off in your calculation in sailing [...]
Shyness can hold you back if you don't know how to overcome it. Susan K. Younger, a shy, tall, clumsy, smart girl growing up in Iowa, heeded the wisdom of her mother and learned to speak up and show the others who she really is. In this feature interview, we discuss the tools and support that helped her challenge herself, unlock her hidden confidence, and create success in her life. Susan explains that you too can develop the confidence to build connections that move you forward in life.
Despite our similarities, you and I are very unique. In fact, you could say we are each one in a million (well... actually the odds are even greater than that). That means, it is pretty amazing that you are alive on earth right now, born at this particular time and place. It is no happenstance. You are absolutely unique, and you have a purpose! It has never been a more important time to find your purpose.
The creation of wealth is a good when humanity is served by it, but there are more important things than money. Right? Like the joy and satisfaction that comes from helping others. However, wealth is not good when humanity is ruled by it. Learn practical ways that we can use our collective energy to economically benefit our communities and how our commitment to generosity can create a more equitable world.
By Debbie Mrazek In selling, it's all about doing what you know each and every day. Rome wasn't built in a day and neither will your sales quota. Whether you are a veteran climber in the sales field or a newbie traveler, the same steps that make one person successful work for others too. Just realize that it comes down to this: You just have to do more of what you know works and do less of what you know doesn't work. When you begin doing more of the things that work, it will become easier and easier to do [...]
In selling, it’s all about doing what you know each and every day. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your sales quota. Whether you are a veteran climber in the sales field or a newbie traveler, the same steps that make one person successful work for others too.