I wish I could say that I came up with vision boards. The truth is, I’m just grateful for them as a tool to help me with my New Year’s Planning. I’ve had some amazing successes with vision boards. Check out this “old school video”.
If you’re just getting started, here’s some tips I shared on Fox 13’s The Place
Michelle will share the 5 simple decisions that will help you crush it in life and business. You’ll learn how to operate at your prime so that you can accomplish more without sacrificing your most important priorities.
Whether you’re trying to tackle health or organizational goals or if you’re ready to take your business to the next level, this event is for you!
AND you’ll also make your own vision board! Today I shared why vision boards are such a great part of your New Years goal setting, and here’s your chance to make one. Join us on the 28th and ALL the supplies will be provided for you to create your 2016 vision.
In honor of my appearance on the place, tickets are only $16 (get it, 2016…) so snag your spot. Tickets go back up to $26 on Thursday, January 7th at 11:00 PM.
Author and success coach Michelle McCullough shares ideas on how to incorporate gratitude into family life.
1. Create a gratitude tree. Have family members write a few things they`re grateful for each night. You can make your own, or buy a printable online.
**If you want to keep a regular practice of documenting good things all year, create a celebration jar. Every time something great happens, put it in a jar and create a tradition around reading it on New Years Eve or New Years day**
This is just one of three ideas Michelle shares. These ideas are good during Thanksgiving or any time of year!
Michelle McCullough was listed as a Champion among Small Business Influencers with:
American Express Open Forum
Social Media Examiner
The Judges for the 2015 Small Business Influencer Awards have spoken, and the Top 100 Champions have been selected! The list, as always, is a fabulous mix of up-and-comers and well-known small business enthusiasts, as well as companies and members of the media.
The Champions were selected by a highly-esteemed panel of Judges based on their involvement and influence in the small business community.
A year later, here are some interesting observations:
1. I was criticized for saying the phrase, “pile of crap”. I totally agree that it’s less than lady-like, and at the time didn’t realize I had said it. I said it in reference to Life Balance. She asked me what I thought about it and I was honest in my own words. Insightful question #1: What are the limits on the things you SHOULD and SHOULDN’T say publicly, even if you say them privately?
2. I was then, and always will be, a serial entrepreneur. Since the article I’ve added a full speaking and consulting business to my Startup Princess and Doodads Promotional Products Businesses. Insightful question #2: How much is too much? Do you think it’s possible for someone to be able to successfully run 3 businesses?
3. Lately, I’ve been marveling at this thing called the internet. It’s amazing that I can do what I love while my children play in the background (well, I can’t speak while my children play in the background, but you catch my drift). Insightful question #3: How does the internet effect what you do today? If the internet did not exist, would your job exist?
4. Just as HP’s humble beginnings where in the garage of 367 Addison Avenue we all have our own launching pad. I credit my friend Karen for making me take a marketing class with her in High School (at the time I wanted to be a kindergarten teacher). If it weren’t for her, and that class that flipped a switch for me at the age of 17, I wouldn’t be here. Insightful question #4: What are your humble beginnings, or humble RE-beginnings?
How’s that for a motivational Monday? Sometimes a quick look back can help us root in a foundation that can move us forward. I love looking back to see how far I’ve come.