What do I mean when I say that everything the coaches I looked up to say/do is bullshit?
I mean it's all sales tactics. They are not really "secure" or "philanthropic"; they don't really know what they are doing... and most of their work is just a quick Google search away which terrifies them.
It sounds so easy, but why is it so hard? I can't tell you how many times I've started and stopped a project in my life. How many times I've given up. How many times I've let rejection or others criticism define me.
As a career and business coach I often get consultation requests in which I have prospective clients complete a questionnaire and almost unanimously, the clients talk about fear, uncertainty, or lack of clarity holding them back in their careers or businesses.
Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? How do you cope with anxiety in real life with real responsibilities pulling at you? I share my real life experience on coping with anxiety and depression since childhood, in college, and into adulthood.
So you may know about my recent obsession with Bumble BFF, if you don't read about it here.
Well last week one of my matches invited me on a group date with some other Bumble BFF's. She actually invited me and another one of my friends on the app, who ended up bailing and deleting her account (#LifeofanIntrovert):
Being The Confused Millennial, I often get the question what are you confused about? What are millennials confused about? Are we an indecisive lost generation? Or feeling the pressure of trying to be better than past generations?
How do you know when it's time to take a step back from something in your life? It can be one of the most difficult things to recognize our shortcomings and make a change for our own self care and sanity. Here are 5 signs that I needed to take a step back and focus on myself
This weeks episode of the "Inspiring Millennials" vlog series is with Alyssa Coleman! Alyssa is a Holistic Nutritionist and yoga teacher. During the vlog Alyssa shares her experience in switching career paths, launching a business and the mistakes she made, and how she transitioned to having a successful on-line business. Alyssa gives actionable advice on business and self-care during the interview.
Well as many of you know from yesterday's Wanderlust Wednesdaypost and my Instagram, I've been traveling across the United States these last two weeks and meeting the most inspiring people! I decided I needed to do a round-up post of some of my favorite entrepreneurs and bloggers who have inspired me in my business so here it goes:
So lately I keep seeing this crazy trend about adult coloring books on-line and in major retailers like Urban Outfitters, Target, and Michael's. I kept thinking to myself, what the heck is the deal with adult coloring books? Then I started reading about all of the benefits of adult coloring books and became hooked when Bad Words Studios sent me one of theirs to try!
Since college, Sami Kattan has been traveling all over the world and building multiple businesses, including Nomad's Land. He is a talented and skilled videographer and has worked to blend his creative self with his business mind (for any creativepreneurs out there you know that struggle is real!).