Are you just quitting or growing?

Are you just quitting or growing?

  1. I am beginning to question how beneficial setting goals so really is.
  2. How can children in poverty start a business?
  3. Could there be an opportunity servicing coffee machines?
  4. I need a raise but the non-profit I work for is facing budget cuts.
  5. How can a guy sculpt and paint full time and be able to quit his job working at a wastewater plant?
  6. Should I volunteer to work for nothing to get in the door or would that appear needy?

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“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”  Henry David Thoreau

Mentioned in Podcast

audiblepodcast.com/48days   The Dream Manager: Achieve Results Beyond Your Dreams by Helping Your Employees Fulfill Theirs  By Matthew Kelly

Raising Creative and Entrepreneurial Kids

48Days.com/acres   – for all potential 48 Days Seminar coordinators

Resources

Harrys.com – use 48Days as the code to get $5.00 off your purchase of Dan’s favorite razor

48Days.com/Mondays   – Dan’s 5-step process for dealing with change

https://www.48days.com/video  – If you’re just getting started on the 48 Days process

Coaching with Excellence – February 4-5th, 2016

The Ultimate Advantage Cruise – February 2017

48 Days Coaching Mastery Program – for those wanting to build a high level business in coaching

 

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  • Dan,

    This podcast really struck a chord with me. I just read “The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women” which is a book, despite its title, I think men and women alike would enjoy as it deals with a little thing called the Impostor Syndrome. I won’t give you a full synopsis as I know your psychological background probably covered this arena, but a common thread was women, people, sometimes feel they’re not worthy and their whole life any success they’ve had was “I just got lucky”.

    And I can’t say if I read this somewhere in the book or I just came to this conclusion on my own, but I thought to myself: “Well, that can’t be me, then. I have failed at and quit too many things to say none of it was my fault.” Which was kind of a breakthrough. Because that meant my successes were *also* my fault!
    Great show as always, my friend!

    D