Entrepreneur Lessons from the “Like-Ability Factor”

As you may or may not know, I keep a journal of the notes I take at various conference presentations. Approximately 15 years ago, I heard the author of the “LikeAbility Factor . . .,” Tim Sanders, speak at a conference. He mentioned ways to ensure that your day begins and ends on a positive note.

Given all of the negativity swirling in our world right now, I thought these notes might be beneficial to someone. Personally, I swear by these three (3) thoughts:

1. “I am grateful.” Write down three (3) things that you are happy about right now.

2. “Today, I am writing a good movie.” You can script your day in a manner that you want. For example, “Today, I am going to be Ron Howard, not Quentin Tarantino.”

3. “Today, I will participate in the END of suffering.” How can you help others have a positive day? Always remember that you can be a part of the end of suffering for other people too.

Love and Soul Always, Kawania

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Hey there trailblazer!

I’m Kawania (kuh won nee ah) and I own and lead two successful businesses in the creative industry.

When I started Howerton+Wooten Events in 2007, I found myself “googling” a bunch of business questions that aren’t always discussed in business books. You know what I’m talking about, right?!? Those “start up” challenges that keep you up until the wee hours in the morning.

Believe me, I’ve been there — That’s why I launched this blog. To provide you with a resource you can reference with those “middle of the night” questions as you launch, run and scale your own successful (and sustainable) business. There’s lots of information in this blog, so bookmark it and hit me up if you have any questions. We all need a little guidance every now and then, right? Take care friend. Keep shining!

Love and Soul Always, Kawania

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