It’s so hard to quit something when you’ve put a lot of time and resources into it. Use this 3 step system to figure out whether you’re spending too much time on a project or whether sticking with it will be rewarding in the long-run.
Quitting doesn’t make you weak — it can often make you a winner. @MarieForleo
Ever wish you could peek behind the scenes of MarieTV? Here are 7 lessons I’ve learned from writing and producing our show for the past five years.
Just because something’s an “opportunity” doesn’t mean it’s the right opportunity for you. @MarieForleo
Daymond John is the best-selling author of “The Power of Broke”, a successful entrepreneur and judge on the hit tv show, Shark Tank. He has so much wisdom to share about starting a business, what you need to succeed, and why being broke could be your greatest secret weapon as an entrepreneur.
It helps to be so hungry that you have no other choice but to succeed. @TheSharkDaymond via @MarieForleo
Get creative - believe it or not, this is often the solution when you feel like you’re in a slump.In this episode, you’ll learn how to get creative when you life starts to feel routine and unexciting, therefore causing you to doubt that you can do anything outside of your routine.
Courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway. John Wayne via @MarieForleo
Wondering if you’re too old to change careers or start a new business? In today’s MarieTV I’m sharing 10 incredible women that can inspire us to follow our dreams, whatever our age.
Any age is the perfect age to follow your dream. @MarieForleo
Setting goals? Want to be insanely productive without the overwhelm and burnout? In today’s MarieTV episode I’m sharing a simple 2 step process that helps me set goals any time of year, plus the tool that we use in my business to make sure we follow through on our plans.
Sometimes, the best way to grow is to cut back. @MarieForleo
Feel like you’re speeding through life? Watch this beautiful conversation about the beauty of slowing down, with Marie Forleo and Louie Schwartzberg.
There’s always something you can be grateful for. @LouieFilms via @MarieForleo