Mindset. We see this word everyday it seems. Do you have the right mindset? Can you change your mindset? What is the significance of mindset?
I spent a half hour discussing mindset with my colleague and reinvention specialist Damon Colaluca of Colaluca & Associates. As we continue in our COVID era, reinvention has become a necessity for most industries including nonprofits, Damon’s specialty. You can learn more about his company here.
This is a topic I love and feel like I’ve collected adages about it from every area of my life. Sayings like, “Change your thinking, change your life,” and “Whether you believe you can or believe you can’t, you’re right.” As we discuss, it’s very situational and it’s helpful to check-in with your headspace often.
Settle in and enjoy this recent conversation I was lucky enough to have with Damon. You’ll learn a few things about mindset in a lively conversation that seems like a mere ten minutes. Stay tuned to the end for a list of recommended books from Damon.
One of my favorite books on the topic is Jen Sincero’s “You Are a Badass at Making Money.” If you’re interested in a fresh outlook on prosperity, you can read my book review to learn more.
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Leslie A.M. Smith founded McCormick L.A. in 1994 offering public relations and marketing consulting to nonprofits and small businesses. She recently published Laws of Promotion. The 50-page promotional guide for small businesses and local nonprofits is available now on Amazon. Call her for help with your promotion. If you found this post helpful, please leave a note here.