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Making Room for Success: Unexpected Aftermath

You’ve removed all nonessentials from your calendar and to-do list.There’s nothing between you and success. At least that’s what you thought. Welcome to the unexpected aftermath of making room for success. Ready For Success I looked at my calendar for the coming week and smiled. There was absolutely nothing on it. No appointments, commitments, or due dates. I had intentionally kept it clear. I was looking forward to a full, uninterrupted week of writing. For over a month I had struggled...

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Make Room for Success: Action Steps

If you fail: try, try again. But if you try the same approach over and over again, why are you expecting success? Brut force will only get you so far, especially when trying to do more with less. It’s a short term strategy at best. It’s time to make room for success. If you’ve admitted you need to make room, congratulations. You have taken the critical step of looking closely at what you are trying to do and the unrealistic expectations...

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Make room for success: the first step

How’s that action plan for the year going so far? If you’re like most goal oriented indies, you’ve over-planned, over-scheduled, and overcommitted yourself. Don’t worry, the year is still young. You can still make room for success. The cycle of frustration and overwhelm. If you’ve ever found yourselves with undone projects and goals at the end of the month or year, you’re in good company. The very nature of indie professionals includes that desire to always strive to be more and...

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