3 TOOLS FOR CHANGING YOU MINDSET AND CREATING YOU AS THE VALUABLE PRODUCT
Achieving work-life balance is a high priority for many entrepreneurs. Having that mix of time for you, your body, your health, time with your family – and growing your business can seem impossible.
The solution to the challenges of our lives is rarely what we see at first glance. If you are not healthy, your business can’t be healthy either. These are the moments where we need to look beneath the surface of things to get to what is actually going on. Are you over-delivering in your business or job? Are you charging enough? Are you valuing “you”?
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in FORBES July 2019
There is so much talk about work and life balance, and yet balance is very short-lived – constantly requiring us to be course correcting in one direction or another. What if there was something entirely different that is possible with how we create our lives every day, that includes our businesses, relationships, and our families?
The downfall of so many marriages is simply: day-to-day life. We get busy, tired, stressed, checked out, and the first thing that goes out the window tends to be the people that are closest to us, including ourselves. This often creates a sense of needing to separate or compartmentalize our lives so everybody and everything gets at least some attention.
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in MARRIAGE.COM August 2019
Do you ever get to the end of a day and wish you had a few more hours to get more done?
Many of us are so busy and we have to do a lot on the go…and sometimes, we even like to add more to our already overflowing plate!
What if that is not wrong – but part of your brilliance? What if you could keep adding to your life, your business, and your revenue without compromising or giving yourself up?
You could even increase what you are up to in your life and business, and have that make everything greater?..
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in BEST EVER YOU MAGAZINE July 2019
With so many demands on today’s entrepreneurs, compromise and balance have become the name of the game.
If you give a little here, take a little there, tweak a little over there, surely your life will begin to work out in wonderful ways. Except — is that working for you? When we compromise, we literally give up parts of ourselves to do what we think we need to do to make things work.
What if there was a completely different possibility that didn’t involve compromise? What if you could truly have it all?..
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in BEST EVER YOU MAGAZINE Jan 2019
5 WAYS TO END THE FIGHT.
For years, I struggled with my body. I was lucky enough to have a body whose shape & size I was ok with, but I did have a body that didn’t ‘work’ the way I wanted it to. I did all the ‘right’ things to take care of my body: weekly acupuncture, bodywork, energy work, homeopathy, an impeccable diet. I was vegetarian, vegan, paleo, gluten free, raw — you name it.
I had severe seasonal allergies. Problems with my digestion. Insomnia. Skin issues. Food allergies. I read up on everything, I talked to all the experts, I followed all the regimens. There was nothing I ultimately did that was the magic solution to making my body a happier place to live.
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in THRIVE GLOBAL
IT’S HOLDING YOU BACK.
Having been an entrepreneur for decades, and a single mom for nine years, I have given the lofty goal of balance many attempts. I have an epiphany! I try it on. I write it down. I put it in my calendar: This will be the year/month/week/day where I will be able to get it all in and still have plenty of time to play with my kids, cook great meals, relax. Surely there must be a formula for balance– and I’m going to find it!
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in COLORADO BIZ
SEX IS A CHARGED TOPIC.
It’s one of the most judged areas of life, and one where insecurity is at its highest, miscommunication is a given, and emotions can run the show.
The truth is, for so many people, once you get naked and intimate, what could be a beautiful, fun, nurturing experience becomes mired with expectations, rejections, projections, and confusion – both the spoken and unspoken.
HEATHER NICHOLS as published in DAILY URBANISTA