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Category Archives: Inspiration

Havering Women in Business

Today I was guest speaker at the Havering Women in Business networking event. I thoroughly enjoyed myself speaking to a full room of female entrepreneurs on strategies to improve their diet, lifestyle and wellbeing which would in turn reflect in their businesses. It’s always fulfilling to empower others and there were lots of ‘aha’ moments.

The networking was great too and I had the opportunity of putting faces to the names of some of my newest twitter followers. Here I am with Yvonne Bendall and Linda Watson from the London Borough of Havering who co-ordinate and organise Havering Women in Business.

(L-R) Linda Watson, Yvonne Bendall, Angela Tella.

Succeeding in Life

Success is simply being the best ‘you’ you can be, and in the process, you fulfil your life’s purpose. As you journey on in life it’s vital to evaluate along the way. Here are three points to consider:

  • If your past achievements still look big to you, then you’ve not done much today.

Celebrate your past accomplishments but don’t be so dazzled by them that you forget to focus and work towards future accomplishments.

Try Something New. Today.

When was the last time you were adventurous and tried something new? Yesterday? Last month? Last year? If it seems like your sense and spirit of adventure stopped years ago, then it’s time for a change.

It’s human nature to live in our comfort zones – it’s just safer and well, comfortable. Like a pair of well-worn shoes that so easily mould to the shape of your feet, we get used to doing things in a particular way. But we also know that at some point, the pair of well-worn shoes become an eyesore which need to be gotten rid of, no matter how comfortable they are. Growth and comfort cannot co-exist.

Don’t Just Dream – Take a Leap and Make It Happen

It’s been such a busy time promoting both my new books and related seminars! These used to be a dream at one point, but are now a BIG reality in my life.

We all have dreams and goals we would love to achieve in life. I’m sure you, dear reader could come up with a list of your dreams – big ones, little ones, childhood ones, those for later life and the many in between. Many of us though are content to settle at simply being dreamers rather than being people who actually live their dream. Are you one of these?