Posts Tagged ‘sunday challenge’

[DARE #14] – Unstuck Yet? – What Went Wrong in 2014?

It’s the last Sunday challenge of the year.  Last week I encouraged you to figure out ways to delegate yourself out of your current job to a better one – it was a forward-looking task. Now, let’s take one step back. Be warned: this one is uncomfortable – for everyone but it’s about increasing our…

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[DARE #12] Get Unstuck – “Crazy stuff”

Last week was about thinking through what you want out of 2015 and creating a roadmap.   This week is about tweaking your plan in a meaningful way.   Here’s the background: On Saturday, I ventured out to NYC to think through my business priorities. It was easy to map out run-of-the-mill business activities and…

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[DARE #10] Get Unstuck – Have fun

About that pic above: That’s me and my family having fun! Nick is to my left. Noah is to my right. Then further right is my husband Jesus and my son Gabriel. Yes, we didn’t fit in that tiny photo booth so we had to divide and conquer. On that note, I can’t believe we…

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[DARE #8] Get Unstuck – Network WITH Purpose

It takes guts to google yourself for fear of what’s out there. Last Sunday, I asked you to do just that for a few reasons: As I mentioned in last week’s challenge, prospective employers are googling you and truthfully so are prospective partners (including romantic and platonic).

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[DARE #5] Get Unstuck – Be introspective

I have to confess that I did not complete my OWN dare last week? What was the dare? To initiate a thoughtful or provoking conversation within one LinkedIn Group. I’m not ashamed. There is no regret. I am actually happy that I decided not to participate.

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[DARE #1] Get Unstuck – Write a Love Letter

Introducing a daring Sunday series meant to embolden you so that you start spending more time enjoying life instead of just enduring life. There are 52 Sundays in 2014. 14 are left INCLUDING the one on September 28th.That means you had 38 chances to reset your circumstances.So, how did you net out?

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