First things first: how would you describe success? What needs to be happen for you to feel successful or feel like a success? Believe it or not, much of the potential for success in your life depends upon two things: Your ability to effectively function physically, mentally, and emotionally and How well you balance where … Continue reading You Will NEVER Succeed If….
With headlines like “From Zero to $1 Billion in Two Years” describing what happened to Instagram and “They did it! YouTube Bought by Google for $1.65 Billion in Less than Two Years” it’s no wonder that we’re seduced and romanced into thinking about what it would be like in our own lives to go from … Continue reading Overnight Success REALLY Doesn’t Happen Overnight
This article was also published in the Trinidad Express Woman's Magazine 19.01.2014 Ever wonder if you’re under-earning? Barbara Stanny, author of Secrets of Six Figure Women, who writes, teaches and coaches with one aim in mind: to empower women financially shares that all under-earners have one common trait: A high tolerance for low pay. “But … Continue reading Never Settle For Less Than You’re Worth
Stop adding up your bills; stop counting the money you have or need; and stop looking for your supply from any person, place or situation. The whole Universe is standing on tiptoe watching you - praying that you'll let go of the negative appearances of the world of illusion and claim your Divine heritage. Now … Continue reading You are your Wealth
I did not win the Lotto and my rich uncle did not die and leave me all his money. I've been really blessed with great friends. Each friend has a story to tell about how we met and many would claim that "they know me long time" (said with a trini accent of course! :)) … Continue reading I am rich and didn’t know it!
Today I was certain which came first. First I had the egg and then a couple of hours later - pain reared its head - searing blinding pain. I didn't know if I was going or coming. Every time I thought "OK, it's over" a new wave of pain ensued. Of course when I set … Continue reading Expected Pain vs. Unwelcome Pain