Tag: dreamblazing

10 effective ways to free up your tight schedule

If you're like most creative entrepreneurs I know, you've probably developed a habit of multitasking, trying to force way too much into a few hours of work. Your crammed schedule probably means that sometimes you miss out on important or meaningful activities because you're too focused on putting out fires or dealing with the urgent […]

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3 Business Lessons from Canada's Worst Driver Ever

So there's this show on Netflix that my youngest son has taken to this summer. Canada's Worst Driver. Well, after several seasons, they decided to round up the worst of the worst for a final season: Canada's Worst Driver Ever. I won't spoil it for you, but these drivers are absolutely frightening, sad, and hilarious. […]

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Achieve Your Most Important Goals: 4 Tips For Faster Progress

Now that the new year and my birthday are both behind me, it's time to get back into the swing of things. This weekend, I'm auditioning for The Voice (third time's a charm, right?), and we're still rolling full steam ahead on new episodes for Creative Freedom Season Three. If you've got a question you'd […]

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The trouble with Thanksgiving, "gratitude" and Black Friday

When I was a kid, I was told that Black Friday was the biggest shopping day of the year, and was so named because it was the day that many retailers finally posted a profit and came out of the red and "into the black". It's not true, of course, since the phrase is only […]

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How Winning The Lottery Changed My Life (It's Not What You Think)

"You can't win if you don't play." Mom used this sentence to justify a lot of behavior when I was a kid: learning to ride a bike, auditioning for plays, joining the cross country team (I took 11th place in the city meet). And yes, mom played the lottery. She had a winning streak where, with […]

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The Real Reason You're Not Well-Paid For Doing What You Love

On Day One of the Creative Freedom Challenge, we're taking a hard look at the biggest reason you're still stuck in energy-draining work, instead of getting paid well for doing what you love. And it's not what you think. Most people think the reason they're stuck is because they haven't made enough money yet to […]

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My 4-Step Plan to Achieve More and Work Less

At the beginning of every year, I sit down with my Dreamblazing program and set my goals - then I review them each quarter. But they also say that "life happens every 6 months" - and here we are at the middle of the year. It's a great time to make sure you're still on […]

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Too many projects, but not enough money? 5 tips to fix that fast.

As a recovering overachiever, I've learned a thing or two about spinning plates. In fact, some might call me a pro. I can't count the number of times I've heard someone say: "Damn, Lisa! How do you manage to get so much done?" "Lisa, you are EVERYWHERE! How do you do it?" "You seem like you've […]

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How to build a business around what matters to you

*SMOOCH* That's my official goodbye kiss to the first quarter of the year. How'd it go for you? If you've been through my Dreamblazing program, you've probably already reviewed your milestones and re-assessed your targets for this quarter. Good on ya! Did some of your goals fall off the radar, or get completely kicked to the curb […]

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5 Mistakes You Might Be Making In Your Annual Plan

This week I successfully completed all my planning for January! Woo hoo! I know many entrepreneurs who are still shuffling papers and won't solidify their plans until sometime in the middle of the month - after they've given up on more than half their New Year's resolutions. I've been that person, and over the last […]

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