As consultants, coaches and small business owners, the entrepreneurial life can be great.
But like anything it has its own share of challenges with balancing your work, your life and your overall well-being.
I’ve got links to a short couple of articles on the subject of incorporating ONE THING I think are definitely worthwhile reading.
One is on a professional theme, while the other has a really unique take on personal self-care.
Professionally: When it comes to business, this is a great article by Michael Hyatt (yes, I’m referring to him again…he has great advice!). It’s called The One Thing You Need to Create Wow Experiences: How to Overcome the 5 Obstacles to Excellence.
This certainly is in alignment with what I teach – how to become a Trusted Advisor and how you can knock it out of the park when meeting with decision makers. In fact, my course Landing Corporate Clients Fast-Track program (starting again next April) is focused on exactly how you set yourself up strategically to deliver wow experiences as you find and court your corporate prospects.
Personally: Here’s quite a different take on being kind to yourself!
This article, published on HuffPost, from Oprah Magazine by Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert, is called The One Thing You Need To Do For Yourself Every Day: Always be kind to others—starting with the person you’ll be tomorrow. Be sure to check it out!
Would love to know what you think of these resources. Can you relate?
What ONE THING you want to do for yourself next year? Please share your thoughts below!
Kim Chernecki is the President and Founder of Freedom Street Inc. She is Canada’s leading expert who teaches consultants and small business owners on how they can strategically land and keep a steady roster of high-paying corporate clients. With over 25 years of experience as a top-rated sales performance executive, facilitator, coach and entrepreneur, Kim understands the corporate landscape from both sides of the desk. She has consulted with executives from 100+ leading North American and Fortune 1000 companies and has, herself, started up and helped grow 8 businesses and business divisions.