Pixo Blaster Review – Video Marketing Software By BlasterSuite

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What is a web form and how do I create one?

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How Do You Start A Conversation with People You Don’t Know!

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Resources for Writers: How to Find Amazing Clients

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A quick note if you write for a living: This week you have the chance to get on our list of recommended writers by joining the Certified Content Marketer program. We will close registration on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time, so if you’d like to learn about the content strategies that
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Web and internet facilitate Vietnamese businesses

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Search Marketing Expo – Annalise Kaylor’s SMX West 2013 Key Takeaways

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How to Turbocharge Your Productivity, Eliminate Stress & Eat Rejection for Breakfast

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Today, we’re serving up something fresh out of the MarieTV kitchen — it’s the MarieTV Live Call-In Show!

One of my all-time favorite things to do is answer your questions “live.” When B-School rolls around each year, our Live Office Hours calls are one of my favorite aspects. Those Q&A sessions are epic — sometimes, I’m fielding live Qs for six hours a day.

So, I’ve been craving a way to bring that rapid fire vibe to our weekly show.

On today’s episode, we tackle seven tough questions from a wide range of creatives.


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You’ll hear from a cellist who’s burnt out on auditions, a distracted copywriter, an agency owner who’s ready for a transition, a mom of two who was laid off, and 3 more incredible entrepreneurs who bravely stepped up to ask their most pressing questions. Have a watch and learn:

Reminder: when I’m live — it’s raw. Wear headphones if you have kids nearby. Likewise, skip this one if you offend yourself with adult language.

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Once you’ve had a chance to watch, I’d love to hear from you:

Which question and answer resonated the most deeply and why? Above all, what can you do to turn that insight into action right now?

Leave a comment below and let us know. Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration, and your story may help someone else have a meaningful breakthrough.

Important: share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments. Links to other posts, videos, etc. will be deleted as they come across as spammy.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you for participating so kindly and courageously in our conversations. The questions you ask and the stories you share aren’t just soul food for me, but for countless creatives just like you.

If you have friends, family or colleagues who could use a boost, share this episode! They’ll thank you for it.

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One Easy Self-Assessment for True Success

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How to Keep Track of the 10 Domains that Make up Your Life

One key for designing the future we desire is self awareness. A study study by Cornell University and Green Peak Partners found it was the single greatest predictor of success among executives. That goes for most of us.

Our lives have many domains. Consider your spirituality, psychological and physical health, family, friends, and work. It doesn’t stop there. As Michael says, it’s helpful to see our lives as consisting of ten interrelated domains: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, marital, parental, social, financial, vocational, and avocational.

Struggling to keep track?

A critical insight is that these domains are interrelated. Each one affects all the others. Take work. Job stress can drain our physical and emotional energy, tax our closest relationships, devour our margin for recovery, and more. It’s the same with our physical health and our families. How many people have you seen riding high until an ailment or a divorce brought everything to a screeching halt?

The trouble is visibility. True self awareness means we know how we’re doing in all ten domains. Easier said than done, right? It’s challenging to maintain focus on one area while keeping an eye on all the others. It’s like a game of existential Whac-A-Mole.

A few of us don’t even try. We pursue whatever comes easiest and forget the rest. But I bet most of us want much more out of life. We just struggle to keep our eye on so many moving targets. We want to build a strong marriage, give our best on the job, and stay connected to our kids—all while making room for friends and pastimes that help us rejuvenate.

We know most things don’t get better on their own. Improvement takes attention. One tool that can provide the visibility we need is the LifeScore™ Assessment. This is a tool that lets you rate yourself in all ten life domains. It then assigns a numeric value to your answers and calculates your overall LifeScore™.

How far can you go?

The score let’s you confirm what’s working well already and spot opportunities for improvement. As Michael says, the LifeScore™ Assessment gives you the clarity you need to design the life you want. This is the third year we’ve offered the assessment, and one thing we love hearing is how it’s already helped leaders, entrepreneurs, and others make progress toward designing the lives they want.

“The first time I took the LifeScore™ Assessment was a huge wake-up call for me,” said Kelly Thorne Gore, founder and president of iBloom. “I was really strong in certain areas, and I was proud of that. There were certain areas where I was really frustrated.” Seeing the gap gave Kelly insight into what needed her attention next. “That awareness was a defining point for me,” she said. “It was realizing that I had to make some changes. And I was worth it. My family was worth it. It really was the catalyst for creating one of my best years ever.”

“The LifeScore™ Assessment has meant everything to me,” said Rick Kloete, president and managing partner for the Kloete Group, an executive search firm. Because of the assessment, “I knew where I needed the most improvement and what was most important.”

Steve Anderson, a speaker and industry consultant on technology and its uses in insurance, said the assessment “is a great tool to help you understand more objectively than probably you can on your own where you stand in terms of your goals.”

How far have you come?

The score not only tells you where you are, it can also show you how far you’ve come. “I am a numbers guy,” Mark Timm, CEO of Cottage Garden and Ziglar Family, said. “That’s one of the things that I think I liked about the LifeScore™ Assessment. It actually gave me a number I can use to benchmark my progress.”

“Take it once,” he said, “that’s your baseline, and then take it again. . . . So you can measure the progress that you’re making.”

The future is built on the present. Our decisions and actions today contribute to the shape of tomorrow. But without a good sense of where we stand right now in all of life’s domains, our decisions will be uninformed and our actions lopsided. The LifeScore™ Assessment gives us the insight and balanced attention we need to make significant progress across the board.

What’s more, watching your score improve will help you stay motivated and engaged for the long haul.

How far will you go?

The LifeScore™ Assessment only takes about ten minutes to complete. Once you’re finished, you’ll get a score-specific report along with tips and strategies you can use to improve your number in the coming year. Best of all, the LifeScore™ Assessment is totally free—for a limited time. We’re offering the assessment as part of the prelaunch promotion for the 2018 edition of our 5 Days to Your Best Year Ever course. After that, the assessment will only be available as part of the course.

Discover Your LifeScore™ Now!

Don’t miss this chance to discover your LifeScore.™ It’s fun, fast, free, and will give you the visibility you need to succeed in all of life’s domains.

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