Resilience. Admitting when it hurts

Resilience. Admitting when it hurts

Why can’t I say it hurts? I grew up in a "suck it up and wear a smile" culture, but that is not restricted to where I grew up.  It didn't help that dance performances reinforced that message in the physical as well, and that I have been dancing for most of my life.  I truly thought resilience meant being able to smile, breathe and function like a well-adjusted individual, regardless of what happens to you.  I've been through some brutal things and came out smiling because I thought that meant I was no one's victim. What’s your journey been like? Where is it taking you now? I hope this inspires a greater sense of freedom to simply Be.

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The Power of Your YES & Your NO

The Power of Your YES & Your NO

Do you trust your decisions? Do you usually trust that you make the best decisions in the moment with the information available to you? OR, Do you usually believe you're too tired, afraid, short on information, and need a 2nd, 3rd, 4th, ...9th opinion? What drives you to say YES or NO, in either situation? Perhaps it's your purpose, your "Why", your own values (yours, not tradition's or culture's). I invite you to regain, or find for the first time, faith in your decisions.

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Big enough! A business for you by you

Big enough! A business for you by you

Big enough business for you by you was written to inspire those exploring the option of entrepreneurship to stick with it, or to closely examine their reasons for doing so. Yes, it isn't for everyone, but no one else should determine whether or not it's for you. If you start your business for your own personal or professional reasons, the only thing in your way - literally - is you. Find sources of motivation and keep going.

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A warm welcome from Successiory

A warm welcome from Successiory

Successiory was founded to help organizations and individuals, that really care, to reach those who can benefit most from their products and services; organizations and individuals that don't believe in creating unnecessary demand, but in meeting existing demand, known or unknown. Entrepreneurs, small- and medium-sized enterprises, non-profit organizations, new niches and individuals, welcome.

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