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So far Jane Morrison has created 23 blog entries.

November 2014

Blessings

By |November 18th, 2014|

What I’m thankful for…..

Can blessings come in the form of challenges? I think so.

This past year, I’m grateful for the gifts of ….

Girlfriends, that come to the rescue when feeling down or overwhelmed

Family, that cries with you on the monthly anniversary date of Mom’s death

Tucker, my rescued dog, whose daily nudge of “walk time” keeps me fit […]

September 2014

Trouble Focusing?

By |September 30th, 2014|

If you are anything like me, and I know you are,  you’ve got a variety of things on your plate that distract you from begin able to focus on a task  one at a time are faced with trying to fit a multitude of tasks into each day and usually have extensive to-do lists.

I’m often […]

August 2014

Three Keys to Attracting More Clients

By |August 23rd, 2014|

Are you always wondering how to get more clients? All too often, the answer I hear is, “yes”. But why is it so difficult to keep your business full of ideal clients?

Here are 3 key tips to getting more ideal clients:

1.  Take an objective and detailed look at your marketing strategies. Are you using the […]

June 2014

Becoming a Better Leader

By |June 8th, 2014|

A sign of a good leader is not knowing ALL the answers but rather knowing WHEN to ask for help…
While working with a strong leader, A CEO who is charismatic, engaging, who makes decisions well and is a proven leader in his organization, it was uncovered that he often felt uncomfortable in one particular area. […]

April 2014

The 1-Minute Cure for Procrastination

By |April 11th, 2014|

The details of projects and tasks can overwhelm even the most tenacious of people. When undertaking any new or big endeavor, it’s part of the process to hit a stall,  but too often that stall turns into a longer delay than you want, and even turns into a dead end. 

But that dead end should always have […]

February 2014

Doing What I Feared Most

By |February 8th, 2014|

Why I Love Motorcycling

As the big 5-0 crept closer to reality, I decided I wanted to do something to celebrate my life.  In other words, I wanted to do something I feared, because I wanted to conquer fear.  I wanted to live the rest of my life, knowing that fear would not get in my […]

September 2013

Ready to Toot Your Own Horn?

By |September 4th, 2013|

Part of branding yourself as a strong capable effective employee or as a competent business owner who provides excellent service, is being able to confidently be your own promoter.

This is difficult for some people, as self promotion may seem like being too boastful or bragging.

One hurdle I often get my clients over is helping them […]

June 2013

Let’s Make Life Easy

By |June 13th, 2013|

A common area of struggle for my clients is how to deal successfully with conflict in their lives. As much as we’d like it to never rear its ugly head, conflict is all around us. Maybe it’s with our siblings over the care of our elderly parents, with a client who is late on a […]

April 2013

I Blew It, But Did I Fail?

By |April 1st, 2013|

I didn’t expect to fail.

I really thought I was prepared. I had done it before and knew I could give a successful teleclass.

I took all the right steps, creating a thorough dynamic opt in sales page. I promoted it several times before the date.

I was excited to share my knowledge. I believed in what I […]

December 2012

5 Ways to Make Your Dreams Come True

By |December 1st, 2012|

The human mind is a powerful tool. It can solve complex problems, and also subconsciously sabotage our most amazing goals, things that we want to accomplish and just can’t seem to do because we hold ourselves back or defeat our best interests.  

Sometimes the act of self sabotage is far too common, keeping you from […]