Everyone’s read the ‘how to make your first million’ guides from the kind of CEOs, Entrepreneurs and multi-millionaires that demand monetary newsletter subscriptions, but what would it be like to have the real-time thoughts of a genuine CEO at hand?
Imagine what a boost in motivation and confidence it could be to read about the kind of problems they have not only faced – but also dealt with successfully?
Matt Stewart – award winner and CEO of successful sales firm Atlas Outsourcing – has recently taken to sharing his thoughts on the business world and other areas on his blog, LifeasaCEO.co.uk.
Whether you are intrigued about life as a CEO, harbor fears of failure or you simply lack confidence – LifeasaCEO.co.uk will provide specific actions one can take to improve their individual situation.
Matt Stewart will be releasing a 10 part series called: How to Maximise Your Life on his LifeasaCEO blog, and will provide subject matter each week covering career guidance, personal development, relationship advice and wellbeing. Stewart believes that sharing these intimate opinions and thoughts could help fast track others to success by outlining the pitfalls to avoid when faced with a certain situation.
‘Never leave for later what you could start today.’
The series is designed to help Business Owners think bigger, more honestly, and to take action towards their personal and professional goals. “This blog is for individuals that strive to achieve more, and are willing to go the extra mile, but need some direction or a place to start from – much like I did when I was searching for guidance,” outlines the award winning CEO.
“Due to working in a people-based industry, I understood that with an ever growing business, I would be exposed to different opinions, diverse people and experiences. LifeasaCEO enables me to relay my information and thoughts to everyone,” states the business owner.
Stewart reveals that although the focus is around business, ultimately, the blog will be relevant to anyone that wants to develop and train their mindset, as well as shape a path to achieving personal goals. “It doesn’t matter what background you come from, or your education level, the information I relay is relatable to everyone!”
To get involved with Mr. Stewarts blog, head to LifeasaCEO.co.uk and subscribe to his page.