Let’s be honest, very few of us follow through with our resolutions. So instead of making unrealistic goals, let’s shoot for something simple. We encourage you to consider a word. Yep, that’s all. Just one word. Think of something that, if added to your life, would make a significant difference.Read More
Happiness. It can be hard to express when going through challenging times, especially during the holiday season. Depression, anxiety and life transitions have a way of kicking the wind out of us and leaving us without any extra energy to search for signs of silver linings.Read More
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I grew up in a middle class suburb of Atlanta with married parents, a sister, and two dogs—the classic American family. My parents instilled a solid work ethic in us from the time we were very young. For example, some of my friends were offered money if they made A’s but my parents refused to do that.Read More
Quiet, by Susan Cain, is a refreshing perspective on introversion is based upon her own experience and an impressive amount of research. While anyone can take a personality assessment and create their own conclusions following the various assessments, she believes that we live in a society that no matter what the results show, those whose inventories reflect high introversion are favored over introverts.Read More
It’s an intoxicating word, isn’t it? It lures us to give up what IS in order to focus (sometimes even obsess) on what is lacking. Materialistic or altruistic, we are a culture of MORE. And when this happens our anxieties increase, hearts become restless, and peace is put on pause “until I have ______” (fill in the blank).Read More
Is it just me or does Christmas seem to fly by? When I was younger, it couldn’t get here fast enough, every day felt like an eternity as we marked time with advent candles and calendars.Read More
Unfortunately, holidays can certainly feel like a checklist. This Thanksgiving, we want to empower you to focus on being present more than worrying if the table, the decor, or the meal is perfect. Present over perfect. It's a great mindset to have any time of the year, but it can be especially needed as we begin the holiday season.Read More
I’m a big fan of Spotify- I love the ability to listen to whatever I want, whenever I want to. I have found that when I listen to pop music, I drive faster and when I’m listening to classic rock, I roll my windows down and drive slowly and chill.Read More
We’re all probably acutely aware of all of the administrative tasks we handle every day that can be outsourced to a virtual assistant, but there are also so many other ways a BELAY VA can make your life easier.
If you’re dubious, we (probably) know what you’re thinking: ‘I don’t have eight hours of work for someone.’
It’s true – most tasks may only take only a few minutes. But when you add several dozen of them up, they consume hours. Maybe even days.
A VA can give you the ability to start crossing more of these items off your lists, one giddy pen stroke after another. So if you’re feeling a little frisky, check out some of the less conventional ways you can use your BELAY VA to get your giddy groove back.
I grew up in a middle class suburb of Atlanta with married parents, a sister, and 2 dogs. We were the classic American family. My parents were both hard workers and instilled a solid work ethic in us from the time we were very young.Read More
Boundaries. It’s a word that is used often but many people don't really know what they mean or how to properly utilize them in interpersonal relationships. I can remember the day that my sister gave me this book for ChristmasRead More
A long time ago, a mentor of mine suggested getting a personal board of directors. I was still a student, years away from ever working as a clinician and having any leadership status.Read More
We learned a lot in school but what syllabi neglected to cover was how to be truly happy in any season of life. We were taught to study hard, make good grades and be active in extra-curriculars but the topic of happiness was simply skipped by most, if not all curriculum.Read More
As a leader of a company how can you regain more time for both you and your staff? After all, time is something that can neither be replaced nor replenished.
Virtual assistants (VAs) offer a proven solution. When companies hire offsite administrative assistants, they improve efficiency, enhance focus and make the most of limited time.
Imagine: Paying a virtual assistant to work for 10 hours per week may add up to 40 hours of compensated time per month. But the total value may greatly exceed both the investment and the official logged time.
We all have a story to tell.
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It's been a fun and busy 2018 speaking year. We've included a sampling of past and future speaking engagements for Dr. Shupert. If you need a speaker or podcast guest for your organization, we'd love to hear from you!Read More
I just met a beautiful woman whose whole life was dedicated to serving addicts and their families. She shared the story of her own journey and how her son’s addiction introduced her to the exhausting yet exhilarating work of counseling addictsRead More
Maybe you are like me (or maybe not) but I grew up thinking that people were born with set skills, traits, and competencies. Either you have it or you don’t. Either you are an A student or a C student. Either you will be successful in your career or you will meander from one pointless job to another job. Either you are a charismatic people person or you are an awkward wallflower.Read More