Tag: work

They don’t stop the grind


You will notice that you have doubters or lack of support from many that you care about. You also will notice that you get more love and support from strangers. Can this hurt your feelings? Of course it can but you MUST keep going. 

As the saying goes “the dream is free, the hustle costs”. Don’t let lack of support, stop you from meeting your goals. Is it a hurdle? Yes, but if you worry about self, you will achieve it. Good luck to you, keep grinding. 
Nicole Cherise ❤️

Motivational Mondays: can we ever get out of dreadful Monday’s syndrome?

Hi friends! Happy Mother’s Day to all the mommies and we will remember those who are no longer living.

After a wonderful weekend, people always have the feeling of “urg it’s Monday tomorrow”. However, I do know some who are eager to see Monday and they treat it as if it were Friday.  Is the anxiety of Mondays due to unhappiness at work? For many, this is probably the answer. How do we change that?

For some the answer can be as simple as quit your job. Even though the uneployment rate is steadily decreasing, it’s still extremely hard to find work and make the money that’s deserved. So many have anxiety to Mondays because of the frustrations that comes with going into the office. Some are not happy with the facility or colleagues therefore the mood is in all time low or they are on edge.

Another option is to change our congnitions and speak positive affirmations into the new work week. We can affirm:

  1. This will be a better work week.
  2. I’m thankful to have a source of income.
  3. Even if this is not where I plan to retire, I will use this as a stepping stool.

When we place those affirmations into existence, we begin to believe it and we will achieve it. 

I hope and pray that we all do get better with the “dreadful Mondays syndrome”. Rather it’s getting a new career, becoming an entrepreneur, or a change of attitude, let’s get it done. We have to bring our own sunshine wherever we go, we hold the key to our success!

Thanks for reading friends 😊

Nicole Cherise 

Where is the Love Wednesdays: what’s good for the goose is good for the gander

Hi friends! Happy Wednesday to you!

We all have heard this phrase above. Many times it’s because something is happening that we felt was unfair. This applies to all relationships rather it’s romantic, family, friends or the work place. I agree with this phrase.
Often people can do something to us (usually it’s something we don’t appreciate or something we want to do) but it’s a double standard when it comes to us doing the same. I know life isn’t fair but that simply can’t work! In any relationship you have to give respect to get it. It’s not ok for someone to do entirely whatever they want and then have an issue once you do the same. 
In these cases, you have to find common ground and balance. If you are the one who is the “goose”, you need to check yourself because no one will want to work or be with you under those kind of restrictions. Therefore, the bottom line is, treat one another like equals and with respect. 
Nicole Cherise 

Motivational Monday’s: stay humble

  
Hello all! 

One thing we must always remember is to stay humble and don’t let our arrogance get the best of us. 

There is nothing wrong with being confident and having pride in your skills however, keep in mind that things can change up quickly. That company that you work for doesn’t have to take your ideas or your proposals. The woman or man that you have doesn’t have to believe thats you are the next best thing since sliced bread. 

People tend to think that people can be their downfall due to jealousy and the “snakes in the grass” theory, however, you are your own downfall to either your lack of confidence or arrogance. 

When you remain humble, your good deeds are recognized. Working hard to better your relationships, work place and community is the most rewarding thing we can do and blessings do come back.!

So enjoy your Labor Day and give this post some thought. Being humble can take you places and being arrogant can as well but not necessarily the direction you were aiming to. 

Nicole Cherise