Last week, we talked about the key habits & mindsets you need to be successful. Now, let's address the top things that hold you back from success and living your best life.
Do you want to be successful? Let's talk about the keys to success. These are the habits & mindsets that have contributed to my own success in my journey.
Felt like doing a real talk, sit down chat about SUCCESS: what I've learned about success as a YouTuber/entrepreneur, how it feels, what changes, what matters and all of that.
Today we're wrapping up the Dream Life Series, featuring some of you in the community!
“I’m just unlucky.” “I can’t compete with everyone else out there.” What other myths are you letting hold you back from living your best life? Today’s guest, Megan Smith-Gill, is a personal growth ninja and life hacker who wants to bust those limiting beliefs – what she calls “Life’s Biggest Bullshifts”.
Here's something that might nudge the dreamer in you: Notice how successful people will always tell you that you can achieve your dreams; those who tell you you can't are those who haven't accomplished great things.
What do the most successful people in the world have in common? More than you think! Success is a mindset, a practice, and a culmination of habits. Here are 23 habits of highly successful and happy people.
Do you have the right mindset? This lesson is based off the book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck. After reading about the fixed vs. growth mindsets and their consequences, I knew this concept was too important not to share.
Cal Newport: “Follow Your Passion” Is Bad Advice from 99U on Vimeo My friend Jason sent me this refreshing video on why “follow your passion” is bad advice. Cal Newport breaks down the message that Steve Jobs presents in his popular 2005 Stanford Commencement Address and then shows us case studies on successful people who love what they … Read more
// Subscribe to Lavendaire to get notified of new videos weekly // Ask and you shall receive: you’ve heard it before, but it’s easier said than done. People are generally afraid to ask for things. Why? We’re afraid to look needy or stupid, or we’re just afraid of getting rejected. Learning to ask and being shameless about it is … Read more