Is Your Mind Hyperactive?
Do you find it hard to maintain focus when your mind is hyperactive? You’re not alone. First, don’t beat yourself up. A hyperactive mind is a great attribute to have. It shows you’re very creative and you allow all the great ideas to surface.
I have that same mentality. I’ve learned to let the thoughts flow. I’ve learned how to stop them at night (most of the time) so I’m able to sleep.
In my video, I’ll teach you the number one strategy to keep you focused. I’ve tried many and this one is the bomb and works the best.
Let’s face it, there is no easy way to remove a relationship from your life without there being some emotion. However, tough the conversation will be, keeping them a part of your life would be more painful. Sometimes it’s best to cut ties.
Or is it?
Can you relate to always doing things that seem urgent? Moms especially! It’s like the dam sprung a leak and you’re the only one with a finger to put in the hole. “Mom do this. Mom take me there right now.” It’s all you hear.
Perhaps at work, it’s much the same. Everybody wants it right now. You’re always in a hurry but don’t seem to be going anywhere. You had to get the project completed today even though you had two weeks to do it. You even said to yourself when it was assigned that you were going to work on it each day and avoid the stress of “last minute” pushes.
Women have more options than ever before to earn income. While comparison pay with men still lags behind, our economy is forgiving and there are new innovating ways for women to earn more than men.
What profession has 5.3 million people (at the end of 2016) who are actively building income for themselves and 74% are women? The largest age segment in this innovated profession is between 35-44 (26%). The age segment that is catching up and the fastest growing is between 25-34.
My Experience With This Profession
When I was in high school I really didn’t have a clue what I wanted to do. My dad was a plumber and his dad before him. My dad did teach me how to use my hands and I’m forever grateful for that. He said there were only three things I needed to know to become a plumber; “Poop rolls downhill, the boss is an SOB, and payday is Friday.”