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How to Build on Your Victories

Maybe you have heard the age-old saying, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” I see this time and time again in the workplace especially when it comes to goal setting. Goal setting can either make you feel: 1. Fired up- eagerly anticipating tackling the goal and exceeding expectations 2. Discouraged- why haven’t I achieved this yet? I am so far […]

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The Right Way to Approach Big Dreams

You’ve heard people called big dreamers before. I’m one of them – I’ve always had big dreams. And maybe you have a personal and professional dream right now, too. Sadly though, many of us, including me, never reach some of those big dreams, or fall far short of them. About a decade ago, I had a realization about what worked […]

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How to Conquer Feeling Completely Overwhelmed

Pretend I’m lying on a couch. It’s because we’re doing a therapy session today. I’m going to play the role of therapist and patient. Guess what? Sometimes I feel completely overwhelmed. I do. Yes, I’m an expert who helps people multiply their time, take action and be productive. This year, though, was huge for my family and business. My wife […]

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3 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Do That Most People Don’t

What are the biggest differences between successful entrepreneurs and everyone else? I’ve heard that something like 95% of small businesses fail within five years. This is a real dilemma for anyone who’s a business owner or someone who gets paid for their results, like a branch operator or franchise owner, or a salesperson or an independent contractor with a direct […]

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3 Words to Remember When You’re Totally Overwhelmed

Sooner or later in your life, you’ll feel overwhelmed. Maybe it’s today. You’re buried in email and completely behind on all of your to-do items. Your house is a mess. There are clothes and toys all over the floor. You haven’t done your taxes. Your bills aren’t paid. At Southwestern Consulting, we’ve coached more than 9,000 people one on one. […]

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