Suggested Reads (Sep. 13, 2014)

Pile of old books on black backgroundAs you know, Brian and I are just getting started with Integrant Services.

And, just like anything, getting started is pretty daunting. There’s so many things that we need to do, and that we want to do, that we are overwhelmed on a daily basis! “What if”s sneak into our minds and leave us doubtful, wondering if we will be a success.

People new journeys every day. So, with that in mind, this week’s Suggested Reads circle round the idea of “Getting Started.” I hope you enjoy this curation of articles – be sure to share your thoughts in a comment! We love knowing who’s out there and if you find our materials helpful!


8 Simple Tips for Getting Started With Something

One big problem with trying to improve your life simply is that sometimes you never seem to be able to get started. You say to yourself: ”There is never really time”.

Read more at: www.positivityblog.com


Starting a Business: The Idea Phase

Everyone has his or her own roadblock, something that prevents them from taking that crucial first step. Most people are afraid to start; they may fear the unknown or failure, or even success. Others find starting something overwhelming in the mistaken belief they have to start from scratch. They think they have to come up with something that no one has ever done before–a new invention, a unique service. In other words, they think they have to reinvent the wheel.

Read more at: www.entrepreneur.com


How to Start

Whether it’s beginning an exercise program, getting going with a task you want to complete, or creating a new business or product from scratch — how do you get started?

Read more at: zenhabits.net


Overcome the Fear of Success: 6 Ways to Start Thriving

How would you answer the question: “Are you successful in life?”

I know many people who would say that they are not successful; at least they have not reached success in the areas that feel important to them. I have been one of those people.

One day I asked myself “What keeps me from being successful?” It took me a while to come up with the answer but I realized that I was holding myself back.

Read more at: tinybuddha.com


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