Keeping the Love Alive

Welcome to the Tip of the Week!

Let’s be honest.  There are days when your business just sucks!  You are tired and frustrated, and wonder what the hell happened to doing what you love.  Yes, momma said there’d be days like this…

To be honest, the best way to get out of a slump is to avoid getting into to one in the first place.  Here’s the thing… When you over-book, overextend, overwork, and down right forget about taking care of your most valuable business asset (hint — YOU) that your work really begins feeling like work.  But if you make the effort to take care of yourself, stay true to your values, and leverage your strengths in your business, you will find that most days are filled with a tremendous sense of joy about what you are doing.  Let me know what you will commit to doing, starting today, to keep the love alive in your business.


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  1. Posted May 5, 2011 at 9:35 am | Permalink | Reply

    I Stumbled across this post this morning. I have been in insurance for 23 years. I wish I could make every entrepreneur, woman or man, read this piece of wisdom.
    As a kid I had a pastor who used to justify vacations by saying, “You need to come apart before you come apart.” It sounds like you and he would have got along well.

    • Posted May 5, 2011 at 11:31 am | Permalink | Reply

      Hi Tim! Thanks for your comment. I love the quote you mentioned because it rings so true, not that I think anyone needs to “justify” a vacation. When you don’t make self-care a priority, then you will be trying to operate at less than your best most of the time. That just makes working a lot more difficult.

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