How much is enough

You, you can stay

Posted by on Nov 26, 2012 in Entrepreneurial Mindset, How much is enough | 0 comments

Monday, Nov 26th a message from =KRISTINE CAREY ~ CATALYST= Being in Dallas for Thanksgiving has been nice, seeing friends and hanging out with my family. Which lead me to think about who is in my life, and who is in my business / who I do business with. Today’s article is about choosing who you spend time with, professionally; I hope you enjoy it and that you also enjoyed your Thanksgiving. Warmly, Kris ==What’s possible when you give the gift of coaching?== Coaching is truly a gift that keeps giving – a gift for you, a gift for your company, a gift for your colleagues or employees. In the spirit of boldness I encourage you: if you’ve been...

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What do you want for the last two months of 2012?

Posted by on Nov 5, 2012 in How much is enough | 0 comments

Monday, Nov 5th a message from =KRISTINE CAREY ~ CATALYST= Time is flying as November begins and I feel as though I’m just about ready to begin on some of the projects I planned earlier this year. There is literally not enough time to do everything I had planned on, which means it’s time to make some decisions about what I can realistically put my attention on for the remaining two months; more on that below. For today, I’ll work on an incomplete item that’s been hanging over my head for several months, as well as set up the foundation for something I’ll work on more next year. Wherever you choose to put your attention I wish you great...

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Being an Introvert and what that has to do with Biz

Posted by on Sep 19, 2012 in How much is enough, Super Powers | 0 comments

Tuesday, Sep 18th a message from =KRISTINE CAREY ~ CATALYST= Today I’m thinking about being an introvert vs. extrovert and what impact that has on your business; read below for thoughts on that. I’m also excited to continue working on a new pocket book about the traits of successful business owners – more on that as I get closer to completion. Today I wish you the best as you get your business going for the day – make it a good one! Warmly, Kris =Are you an Introvert? And what does that have to do with your Business?= I was talking with a client recently about her being more in the spotlight and she mentioned how that made her uncomfortable,...

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It’s Labor Day – How Much are You Laboring?

Posted by on Aug 28, 2012 in Entrepreneurial Mindset, How much is enough | 0 comments

Tuesday, Aug 28th a message from =KRISTINE CAREY ~ CATALYST= Summer in San Francisco and the sun is here – hard to believe it’s almost Labor Day! I’m looking forward to grilling on the deck and enjoying a few days off, which has got me thinking about how hard we all work. Read below for ideas on how you can make your laboring make sense. If you’re in or around SF let me know, would love to have coffee and spend time with you in person! Warmly, Kris =Save the Date!= Get *stuff* Done Day Coming Friday, Sept. 7 Friday, 8/7 from 10 – 2 PT The next Get *stuff* Done Day is 2 weeks away – are you ready to cross things off your to do list,...

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What happens when you’re successful?

Posted by on Jul 17, 2012 in How much is enough, Transparency | 0 comments

Tuesday Jul 17th a message from =KRISTINE CAREY ~ CATALYST= It’s a cold summer here in San Francisco – I started my day off wearing a down vest! This weather puts me in the mood hunker down to focus more on my business, which leads me to today’s topic: what happens to your relationships when you’re successful? Read on to find out more, and I hope you’re warm and happy! Kris =READY FOR SOME COACHING?= If you’ve been thinking you would like some support, or benefit from an outside perspective on some aspect of your business, coaching is a fun, easy, active way to do that. As coach and client we look at what’s currently going on in...

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How much difference does a designated space make?

Posted by on May 4, 2012 in Entrepreneurial Mindset, How much is enough | 0 comments

I’m pretty sure that not having my own designated space would be hard for me. When I worked in an office I was sensitive to where my desk was placed: who was near me, the air conditioner vents, traffic flow, sounds, etc. Now that I work for myself I have my “official” desk in my home office and often enjoy field trips to work in coffee shops. That feels different to me than not having a space the way this article is describing it. Question for you free agents: How much difference does it make where you work, and whether or not you have a permanent work space? Would love to hear your comments! Source: Harvard Business Review Daily Stat for MAY 4, 2012...

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