Formulas for Success

Formulas for Success…
We have many reference points to ah ha moments and times of change when we begin the planning process personally and professionally.

In 2008, we experienced tremendous international change with the NA stock market crash, an increase in the number of folks participating in the gig workforce and global change on an economic front through

At the time, I like many others, was trying to accommodate many changes that seemed overwhelming and at rapid speed. In my quest to find the calm within the storm, I created a formula for my own continued success. A navigation tool for meaningful change.

The realization that change was part of the ongoing landscape became apparent to many on a global front and at the time, I decided that if I could educate myself and others on how to navigate change then we would be able to find the tools for motivation that would lead to individual empowerment. At the same time, we all seemed to be looking for elusive work/life balance.

Fast forward to 2018, and I have begun to review the formula written 10 years ago to see if the format is still relevant.

Guess what?

I have decided that this particular formula is timeless because it allows for individual interpretation based on your own goals and objectives. It means different things to different people and provides an opportunity to share our collective wisdom.

Do you agree?

We all navigate change at different times and in different ways but we all seem to be looking for similar results. Balance… between work and play…balance between work and life…balance between input and output… balance, on many different fronts. I have found balance evolves as we evolve, changes as we change, with the beauty of including new skills and tools as required for our own personal journey.

I had no idea that over the last 10 years as I’ve shared this formula, that so many other people would find it too provides a roadmap on their own journey.

As we embark on the launch for The Mechanics of FLOW2, I have been reconnecting with friends and colleague. Each person has shared stories about how this formula contributed to their own brand of success and provided a platform to navigate meaningful change. Last month, we talked about purposeful profit, and this month we find the discussion has led to meaningful change.

So it is with gratitude that I introduce or reintroduce the formula to you so that you too may find meaningful tools to navigate your own change and achieve your life’s results.

Feel free to share the formula and the stories that will inspire and motivate meaningful change. In the coming months, I may call on you to share your story in the form of a “guest blog” so we may all be empowered.

I wish you continued success in defining your own formula for success.

Trish Tonaj is an author, coach and speaker sharing stories on mentorship
while creating a culture of wealth and wellbeing. She is the author of
Breaking Barriers 10 Entrepreneurial Women Share Their Stories and
A Diary of Change 12 Personal Tools. Visit  

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