Success InsightsBy Kylie-Ann Kobelt.
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One day someone said to me ‘A relationship is over when you are ongoingly compromising your own integrity and beliefs.’
Wow! That was one powerful message. It catapulted me into taking action. Because that’s exactly what I was doing.
Whether it’s a friend, lover, business partner or even a job, there comes the point where some relationships simply run their course. However, when we are emotionally involved, it can be difficult to decide what you should do next. You may feel completely torn and may not know whether to leave, even when the relationship is disempowering you.
Do you find yourself dwelling on decisions and in turn, finding you can’t decide at all?
If so, you could have analysis paralysis.
Analysis paralysis is the state of over-analysing (or over-thinking) a situation so that a decision or action is never taken; therefore paralysing the outcome. This state of over-thinking leads the individual to a point where a decision is never made, leaving them stuck in a paralysed state of inaction.
Perhaps you feel as though you have no time to do anything anymore. You feel mentally and physically burnt out. Your mental battery is completely flat, and you can’t find the charger.
Who of you has felt this?
Who’s in it now?
How do you know signs that you are suffering from burnout and not just having a bad/stressful day?
Do you ever think about what influences your child’s behaviour or beliefs?
As a parent, we can quickly identify the “bad influences” in our child’s life. Different people, attitudes and substances can affect our child’s “normal” behaviour. Many parents are quick to notice if their child is hanging around different friends or if they are picking up certain words or attitudes from TV shows.
But what about the influence WE have on our children?
Do you remember when you first started your business?
Now, be honest. Did you try to start up your business without any external support?
Perhaps you tried to build the website yourself or even dabble in a bit of Facebook advertising. Or maybe you spent hours and hours watching tutorials trying to master email marketing or developing a funnel.
It took me a long time to understand what a narcissist was. I wondered if I really had ever met one!
Then I owned my own businesses. Interestingly this space brings in all kinds of people and personalities and nearly on all occasions people were great. They came to work, joined in as active team player, cared for the clients amazingly and went home.
Then there is the but….which I share with you in my blog article
Perhaps it’s someone who inspires others, is an excellent communicator or has good decision-making skills.
Or it could be someone who can delegate roles and empower others while remaining committed and passionate about their vision.
Now is the best time to take a moment to think about your life.
Your trials and tribulations.
The highs, the lows.
Now, what have you learned?
Did you kick the goals you needed this year to get a win or is there still work to do?
If you didn’t, what do you need know, what do you need to do?
It’s very important to be clear of all of these things and more. It’s not enough to just get your accountant saying ‘sorry but no profit’ yet still you have to pay tax. Even if this year wasn’t the greatest for your business, the end of the financial year is a great time to reassess your goals and set out your stepping stones for a better year.
We have heard it before but are you actually actioning it?