How Not Being Perfect Helped Me Serve My Clients

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0 I just held two live client events in six weeks. And while both events were fabulous and wonderful and successful and invigorating and I wouldn’t change a dang thing about either of them (well, maybe next time) . . . it was not only difficult, it was absolutely crazy. It sounded like a …

Have You Seen My New Guest Post on Copyblogger?

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0I’m so excited, I forgot to tell you about it. But it’s getting a wonderful response that just makes me feel good all over. Here you go! How to Answer the Entrepreneurial Question: “Just Who the Hell Do You Think You Are?” The question stops you cold. You cringe when you see it, as if …

The Zen of Being Flexible

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0 flexible |ˈfleksəbəl|    adjective capable of bending easily without breaking  I’m kind of a crazy person when it comes to getting things done. I really like to accomplish objectives and feel like I’m moving forward, and my natural tendency is to get all weird and thrown off when things don’t move along as …

Why Kevin Nations Wears Fancy Shoes, or How Even Big Names Sometimes Lack Confidence

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0If you’re thinking it might be really easy to be one of the “gurus” out there — because once you make the big money and everyone knows who you are, all your worries are gone — think again. Gurus are people too, though it isn’t often one of the big names will get down …

Did you have misconceptions about being the boss?

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0It sounded like a great idea to start my second blog, PowerSmarts, for Q&A, when I came up with it. Lots of people have more than one blog. And I liked the idea of having one separate spot for answering questions. But every once in awhile, like now, I feel torn between my two …

Stop Procrastinating

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0It’s easy to put things off — everyone does it. Ha! I just started this post with one of the excuses you use to procrastinate, didn’t I? It makes you feel better to know you’re in good company, so you can let yourself off the hook — again. The thing is, procrastination in itself …

Entrepreneurs with ADHD: Work with Your ADHD Tendencies, Not Against Them

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0Did you know that people with ADHD are 300% more likely to start their own business than someone who doesn’t have ADHD? 300%! That’s a lot. And because ADHD is under diagnosed in the adult population, there are probably many more entrepreneurs with ADHD who aren’t included in that percentage. I had no idea …

You’re a Bit Crazy: Think you have ADHD?

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0I did a teleclass back in March with a friend and colleague, Jacqueline Sinfield of UntappedBrilliance.com, an ADHD expert and coach, who is also participating in Connie Green’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge with me. Jacqui and I got a terrific response to the call, which was titled “The Surprising Similarities Between Entrepreneurs and Adults with …

You’re a Genius!

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+1 Tweet Share Pin Share StumbleShares 0If you’re anything like me, there are times in your business life when you feel like anything but a genius. Certain aspects of your business flummox you, over and over, each time you think of them. There are things you think you’ll never learn, don’t understand, can’t put together. They make you feel stupid, useless, …