Think back to a time when someone inspired you.
Perhaps they spoke at an event you attended.
Maybe you connected with them through family and friends.
What was it about that person that was inspirational?
Was it the way they spoke or was it the message they shared?
You don’t need a face-to-face relationship for someone to be considered a mentor.
In fact, you could read about someone’s life story or significant accomplishments.
Sometimes, a TEDx talk or podcast touches your heart and soul. When you correspond with them through comments, posts or a conversation, you can make a great connection that may last for a reason, season or lifetime.
Every weekday, I workout.
This time last year, I couldn't even do one sit up.
Now, I crush 200 sit ups every weekday (Monday through Friday) along with a 30 or 45 minute workout.
The funny thing is...that I didn't wake up one day and say to myself "Self...let's do 200 sit ups today."
However, I did wake up one day at the beginning of this year with a desire to look and feel better and get physically stronger.
You see...my husband, Ty, exercises consistently.
One day, I heard him watching a video (on YouTube) while working out.
I noticed the video had intense, more challenging exercises along with beginner modifications. Some workouts were short while others were longer.
I was intrigued and decided to try it.
And, I really liked it!
I started working out with my husband every weekday. We created a habit of exercising, encouraging each other, supporting one...
Over the past week, I have witnessed compassion, kindness and consideration during this public health crisis (COVID-19).
People are helping people navigate their thoughts, feelings, circumstances and behaviors as we're collectively letting go of "what used to be" and "being with...what is happening now."
I've been in conversations with global and industry leaders who have been taking bold actions to create resources, hotlines, prayer groups, and tools to support our communities.
I'm here to help.
If you have services you'd like to share or know someone who wants to share how they help (this includes mental and physical health, spirituality, education, financial, relationship/family and any other areas I missed), then, email [email protected] and I'll connect with you.
Sometimes, one post, message, email or conversation can change someone's life or support and sustain someone's business.
Regardless of our circumstances, we are in this together....
High achievers – in both the online world and in the corporate world – generally have positive attitudes, know how to take action, and know how to ask for help. They’re not afraid to bring in experts to help them improve their leadership and development skills.
Taking action is not necessarily an inborn trait but it’s certainly a skill that can be learned. High achievers don’t reach their level of success by overthinking their business plans or by waiting for opportunities to present themselves. Those are quick ways to stall your business.
High Achievers Develop Confidence
High achievers learn to develop the confidence to make smart decisions and take action without overthinking or asking for approval. Developing that confidence is something a coach can help their clients achieve.
Knowing one’s limits and knowing when to ask for help are evident when a high achiever decides to hire a coach or an employee. They know they need help; they see...
The journey of becoming a business owner is unique.
In honor of Women’s Month, we're shedding our business spotlight on Gran Cee Handbags & Accessories.
Sharryn Harewood, Founder and Owner of Gran Cee Handbags & Accessories, carefully hand-picks timeless items to become a part of your story.
“Gran Cee is committed to carrying selections for every b-o-d-y, no matter size, age, or personal taste. All women deserve to feel special, confident and able to ‘Shop Your Style’.”
Sharryn recently hosted a successful, exquisite spring pop up boutique at the Hotel Indigo in Vinings, Georgia. When you spend time with Sharryn, you'll receive a loving, personal touch that leaves you wanting more. And, when you purchase a timeless handbag and/or accessory, you'll accentuate your authenticity.
What inspires Sharryn?
Growing up in New York, Sharryn observed, discovered and embraced the gift of adding stunning accessories to a woman’s entire look from her...