You’re better than you think you are

I’m good at this. Maybe you’re good at this too? Thinking you’re ‘not that good’ at things and underestimating your talent and value. But the chances are you are good, or at the very least ‘good enough’.

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Simply simple (saves stress!)

Ahhh, simplicity—the nirvana that I seek for my business and life :)

And I’ll be honest… I can be super-good at making things and my Thing waaaaaaay more complicated than I need it to be if I don’t keep them in check. Maybe you do this too?

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Choose 1 Thing (& do something!)

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Having a choice is well know to lead to paralysis and being stuck. Doing what you feel is the best thing right now is ALWAYS going to be a better option than doing nothing at all as it means you are moving and sharing. No-Thing is not good for you and it’s definitely not good for everyone else who wants your help!

So sometimes this means you go ahead and do what you think is your Thing anyway and see where it takes you.

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I had to make a decision

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It’s funny how—even when you think you’ve got better at seeing through hype—there are still some things that tempt you :) And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. I’d be the last person to ever say stop buying help for you and your business, as I absolutely believe it’s super-important to keep investing to grow BUT don’t just buy shiny things; dig through the mountain and see what you really need.

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Sound advice on what NOT to do in business — some good New Year resolutions for 2009

I was reading the UK Business Forum ‘Round-up of 2008’ email today (part of the very useful www.businesszone.co.uk), and this article was the one that caught my eye.

Now I love a to-do list as much as the next person (OK so I probably love them more), but I really loved the idea of ‘What to include on your not to do list’. The article was written by Robert Craven, who is MD of The Directors Centre.

Here’s what I nodded my head at…

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Let it happen

Sometimes (in fact quite often!) I do something not knowing what will exactly will come of it. This is usually when ‘logic’ gets replaced by intuition when I just ‘know’ I need to do something or go somewhere or connect with someone. Always when I do this something great comes of it. It’s not something you can put on your marketing plan I’ll agree, but leave space for it!

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