Why We Should All Celebrate Our Wins

Nov 30, 2020

 

This year has been hard. The decisions that each one of us has had to make to prioritize the ones we love, paying the bills and staying safe and healthy have not been easy. Most likely these decisions have contradicted themselves at times.

The important thing to remember when it comes to making hard choices is that you’re going to make bad ones, and make mistakes - it’s...

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How Do We Create Impact?

Nov 02, 2020

We hear a lot about impact these days. We hear the word used in company mission statements (like ours!), in media interviews with influential people, and pretty much everywhere on social media. Creating impact is clearly important and something we should all strive for. But what exactly does creating impact mean? 

When we say we want to create impact, we are setting a goal to have a major...

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Going Further Together: Building Your Team

Oct 26, 2020

You’ve probably heard the African proverb, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” This sentiment has proved true over and over again for us here at Tackle What’s Next. We could not provide the resources, connections and opportunities that we do without our team. There is nothing wrong with individual success and independence. But just...

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Why Small Steps are the Key to Reaching Our Goals

Oct 19, 2020

 

Our goals can feel unattainable at times. There is so much to do, we don’t know where to start - all of these things can paralyze us and prevent us from taking any action at all. Many times we feel like we need to jump in 110% and change everything about our lives to reach our goals. That can scare many of us off from ever trying to reach them. 

The key to realizing your goals...

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The Value of Refocusing

Oct 12, 2020

As we continue to navigate a mainly digital world, there have been a lot of changes. Some of these changes are good, like working with our pjs on, and some are bad, like not being able to spend time with family and friends in person. As the world continues to change, we of course have no choice but to change with it, and that can sometimes steer us off course from our original vision and...

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How Rear View Vision Can Create Clarity

Oct 05, 2020

We all are familiar with the question “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”. It’s a hard question to answer, especially if we haven’t put a lot of thought into the idea. Many times our answer is “I’d like to be doing…” or “I hope that…” which can leave room for doubt and lack of clarity. 

Does anyone really know what...

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How to Create Growth Mindset

Sep 21, 2020

 

Everyone has something they are good at without trying too hard. It might be athleticism, it might be math, it might be singing, or learning a new language. But many people make the mistaken assumption that those things are all they can be good at, that they will never be as good at anything else. 

Let’s use the athletic example. Say you play soccer in college. How many years...

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Pay Yourself First Isn’t Just Financial Advice

Sep 14, 2020

You’ve likely heard the saying “pay yourself first” before. It's one of the most important pieces of financial advice you can follow. But many of us don’t listen. We cover our expenses and then our savings are an afterthought. 

This also translates to other areas of life. How many times have we had projects due for others that we prioritize over the work we...

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What Are Your Core Values?

Sep 07, 2020

Imagine you are in a job interview. The person across the desk says, “What values matter most to you?” If you’ve never thought about your core values before, this can be a really challenging question. Taking time to understand what matters to you and what your driving principles are can help you grow and move forward in many ways. 

You can better understand if a job...

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Are You Actually Good at Prioritization?

Aug 31, 2020

Someone asked me this once, and it forced me to stop and think hard about the answer. I always considered myself a great multi-tasker and someone who was able to manage a ton of things at the same time. I assumed that my awesome multi-tasking skills meant that I had also had awesome prioritization skills. But was I actually prioritizing or was I just spinning in circles trying to get everything...

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