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  • DON’T Fake It Till You Make It

    Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine
    Darren Hardy
    5 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    We often hear the phrase, “Fake it till you make it.” I know the loving intent people have when saying it, but it has dangerous consequences. It’s a common catchphrase that suggests you imitate confidence so that the confidence produces success, which will seemingly generate real confidence. But I have found that when people fake anything, they only produce more fakeness, and that leads to disconnect, trouble, misery and ultimately failure. When people fake anything, they only produce more fakeness, and that leads to disconnect, trouble, misery and ultimately failure. Let me…
  • 7 Positive Ways to Be More in Touch with Yourself

    Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement
    Nicolette Morrison
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:29 pm
    A lot of emphasis is put on the relationships we build with other people, but the only way to do that is to start a good relationship with ourselves. Creating a healthy relationship with yourself is not about thinking you're perfect and boosting your confidence 24/7. It's more on being open to your flaws, owning up to your mistakes and eliminating your inhibitions. If you can't even admit to yourself your own emotions and thoughts, then there's a good chance that you can't fully show who you are to others. Being open to yourself is a lot more important that being open to others. It begins…
  • How Small Steps Add Up to Big Goals: Achieve Your Dreams with “Little and Often”

    Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement
    Ali Luke
    19 Aug 2014 | 1:02 am
    Do you find yourself setting the same goals year after year? Perhaps you’ve been trying to lose 50lbs for the best part of a decade now, or you’ve spent years struggling with debt. You might have a big dream (perhaps writing a novel, getting a new qualification, or starting your own business) ... but it never feels like the time is right. It’s tempting to wait for a huge stretch of uninterrupted time so that you can work on your big goals. But be honest – how often in the last few years have you ever had that sort of time available? For the vast majority of us, there’s simply no…
  • WOW Productivity

    Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine
    Darren Hardy
    19 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Talk to almost anyone today, and they complain about having “no time.” It is obviously a boast disguised as a complaint when you hear this. Our most frequent response when we hear someone say how crazy-busy they are: “That’s a good problem to have” or even “Better than the opposite.” And it isn’t ER nurses, doctors or people with three different minimum wage jobs who say they are “crazy-busy.” It is people like you and me who are lamenting our own self-imposed busyness. Being busy isn’t the problem; it’s what we…
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    8 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
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  • Hello world!

    Emiliya
    8 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
 
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    Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

  • 7 Positive Ways to Be More in Touch with Yourself

    Nicolette Morrison
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:29 pm
    A lot of emphasis is put on the relationships we build with other people, but the only way to do that is to start a good relationship with ourselves. Creating a healthy relationship with yourself is not about thinking you're perfect and boosting your confidence 24/7. It's more on being open to your flaws, owning up to your mistakes and eliminating your inhibitions. If you can't even admit to yourself your own emotions and thoughts, then there's a good chance that you can't fully show who you are to others. Being open to yourself is a lot more important that being open to others. It begins…
  • How Small Steps Add Up to Big Goals: Achieve Your Dreams with “Little and Often”

    Ali Luke
    19 Aug 2014 | 1:02 am
    Do you find yourself setting the same goals year after year? Perhaps you’ve been trying to lose 50lbs for the best part of a decade now, or you’ve spent years struggling with debt. You might have a big dream (perhaps writing a novel, getting a new qualification, or starting your own business) ... but it never feels like the time is right. It’s tempting to wait for a huge stretch of uninterrupted time so that you can work on your big goals. But be honest – how often in the last few years have you ever had that sort of time available? For the vast majority of us, there’s simply no…
  • 8 Ways To Start Listening To Your Own Advice

    Alden Tan
    18 Aug 2014 | 1:19 am
    Last week, I blew a thousand bucks to consult a guy to take my business to the next level. That was a thousand bucks for an hour of his time. I initially went in the call with the mindset of asking for specific strategies and tactics to promote my blog, but instead, it turned into a philosophical hour where he taught me how to become a better writer. And you know what? Most of the insights he gave me were things I already knew, things I had done before and things I know I have deep down inside of me. Ever felt had that "duh" moment where you tell yourself, "I should have just listened to…
  • 7 Life Lessons I Learned From Professional Fighting

    Thai Nguyen
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:06 pm
    1000 x punches, 1000 x kicks, 500 x knees, 500 x elbows. For 6 days a week, 7 hours each day, that was life. It’s called Muay Thai—the art of 8-weapons. Thailand is the birthplace and mecca of Muay Thai, and for 18 months I lived and breathed it. I don’t have anger issues, or a ton of bottled-up frustration—in fact, the most gentle, kind-hearted people I’ve ever met are professional fighters. The stereotype that fighters are more bloodthirsty than vampires is unfortunate. So why on earth would anyone engage in something where pain and injury is guaranteed? It’s that paradoxical…
  • How To Change Your Life With Mini Habits

    Stephen Guise
    13 Aug 2014 | 9:53 pm
    "Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win." ~ Sun Tzu Imagine you're at a New Year's Eve party. Everyone gathers into a circle, and one by one, they answer the question, "What are your goals for next year?" The answers fly in enthusiastically: "I'm going to lose 100 pounds!" "You'll find me at the gym, five days a week!" "I will write my first novel!" "Count on me to read 50 books this year!" One year passes. The people gather into the circle again. Despite failing their resolutions last year, they all give similar…
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    Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine

  • WOW Productivity

    Darren Hardy
    19 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Talk to almost anyone today, and they complain about having “no time.” It is obviously a boast disguised as a complaint when you hear this. Our most frequent response when we hear someone say how crazy-busy they are: “That’s a good problem to have” or even “Better than the opposite.” And it isn’t ER nurses, doctors or people with three different minimum wage jobs who say they are “crazy-busy.” It is people like you and me who are lamenting our own self-imposed busyness. Being busy isn’t the problem; it’s what we…
  • Sell Like Steve Jobs

    Darren Hardy
    12 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    In last week’s post, I promised to share the top sales strategies of one of the greatest salesmen who ever lived, at least in our lifetime no doubt: Mr. Steve Jobs. While Steve is known for his genius marketing and pulling Apple from the precipice of disaster and captaining it into the most valuable and beloved brand in the world, he was able to do all this because he was the ultimate salesman. And a genius one at that! Most especially because he is not known or remembered as a salesman, but by all the other accolades given to him by others: genius, revolutionary, leader, rebel,…
  • DON’T Fake It Till You Make It

    Darren Hardy
    5 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    We often hear the phrase, “Fake it till you make it.” I know the loving intent people have when saying it, but it has dangerous consequences. It’s a common catchphrase that suggests you imitate confidence so that the confidence produces success, which will seemingly generate real confidence. But I have found that when people fake anything, they only produce more fakeness, and that leads to disconnect, trouble, misery and ultimately failure. When people fake anything, they only produce more fakeness, and that leads to disconnect, trouble, misery and ultimately failure. Let me…
  • What Business Are You REALLY in?

    Darren Hardy
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Now this is stating the obvious, but starting a business is no easy task. And starting a business with little to no funding or experience can be downright daunting. Yet entrepreneurs are out there doing it every single day. Most importantly, they are succeeding at it. So what do they do to make it all work? Well, that’s the million-dollar question...  I recently interviewed the founders of Barefoot Wine, Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey, who have experienced the highs and the lows of bootstrapping a business, seeking their best advice. Michael and Bonnie co-founded Barefoot Wine…
  • Awaken Your Inner Hero (2 of 2)

    Darren Hardy
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Last week in part 1 of our Hero series, I shared how the greatest leader and hero that you can look up to is in you, right now. This week I will share the action plan on how to wake up the hero within. I think it is appropriate to start this post with a quote from the man most remembered for playing maybe the most iconic SUPER hero of all time and then went on to become an extraordinary hero in his own right, Christopher Reeve: “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” I am committed to helping you…
 
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    The Invisible Mentor

  • Advice to Writers from Top Writers

    Avil Beckford
    20 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Advice to Writers from Top Writers Advice to Writers from Top Writers Although the Creative Writing course that I took as a part of my informal liberal arts education was not what I expected, there were several pieces of advice that I found useful. After listening to the first session, I abandoned the course, but my instincts kept on telling me to return to it so I listened. Taking courses as a part of my informal learning has stretched my beliefs regarding what a course is supposed to be. The creative writing course consists of videos and audios of top authors and poets distilling their…
  • The Personal Library of Carl Sandburg

    Avil Beckford
    19 Aug 2014 | 3:12 am
    The Personal Library of Carl Sandburg When it comes to reading books, quality always trumps quantity because the right books have the capacity to shape your mind and thinking. I have often wondered why people become successful, what books do they read that influence their thinking and perhaps catapult them to success? A few weeks ago while conducting research on the personal libraries of successful people, I discovered legacy libraries. I was very happy with my discovery because I wanted to do a series on the topic for this blog. I started off the series a few weeks ago with Theodore…
  • Bill Walsh at Summer Networking Bash

    Avil Beckford
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:19 am
    Bill Walsh at Summer Networking Bash Bill Walsh at Summer Networking Bash Recently, Jennifer Beale hosted her 12th Annual Summer Networking Bash, which showcased a few speakers. One of the workshops I attended, Bill Walsh, America’s Small Business expert shared some valuable tips and advice for entrepreneurs to help them become more successful. 90 percent of success comes from marketing. Who is best in class in your niche? If they can do it, so can you. Sponsor an event and speak. Run ads on Facebook. Determine who your ideal customer is. Focus – follow one course until you attain…
  • Claire Hoy – Recovering From Bankruptcy, Summer Series Interviews

    Avil Beckford
    14 Aug 2014 | 7:48 am
    Claire Hoy – Recovering From Bankruptcy, Summer Series Interviews Once a week during July and August, I am featuring one of the interviews from my book,  Tales of People Who Get It, and post it on the blog so that you may learn from some of the interviewees, as well as introduce the interviewees to a new audience. This week, I feature Claire Hoy, who reminds us that bad things can happen to anyone. Claire Hoy was a public figure, and after a big high in his career had to declare bankruptcy. A satirical magazine had a field day with Claire Hoy’s experience. Related:  Living an…
  • How to Find an Ideal Mentor

    Avil Beckford
    12 Aug 2014 | 1:55 pm
    How to Find an Ideal Mentor How to Find an Ideal Mentor Recently, Suzi Dafnis from the Australian Businesswomen’s Network held an enlightening webinar on “How to Find an Ideal Mentor”. Although the intent, like most webinars, is to use the person’s or organization’s services, Dafnis delivered some very good information. As you know, we talk about invisible mentoring, which is about taking responsibility for your development by using the tools and resources that are available to you. We assist you by providing you with content – book reviews/summaries, interviews, tips, and…
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    Success Consciousness Blog on Self Improvement and Achieving Success

  • The Significance of Positive Thinking Everyday

    Michelle MG
    18 Aug 2014 | 10:59 pm
    Negative thinking takes a huge toll on our energy. It prevents us from enjoying every moment that life has to offer (good and bad) and from reaching our goals. We work a job that we really don’t care for, instead of making our vocation a vacation (the act of enjoying what you do for a living). I know what this is like because I spent most of my life thinking negatively and had no clue what was wrong with me.  What was it that made me different than others who were successful and frolicked around happily? One day I vowed to myself that I would figure it out and I did!  Here it goes…
  • 8 Strategies to Boost Your Day-to-Day Positivity

    Kayla Matthews
    11 Aug 2014 | 1:56 am
    It can be a challenge to overcome negativity, especially when your world is particularly chaotic. Perhaps your supervisor at work gave you a particularly bad review for a recent project or maybe your family is undergoing some financial issues causing tension in the household. Whatever the stimulus that’s negatively affecting you, it’s important to realize that you do have a choice. You can choose to be positive or choose to be the opposite. For overall wellness reasons, it’s always better to choose the former. Certainly, it can take practice to look on the sunny side of…
  • Five Relationship Assumptions to Avoid When Money is Tight

    Noah St. John
    5 Aug 2014 | 10:18 am
    Saying to an entrepreneur “don’t let money affect your relationships” is like saying “don’t let oxygen affect your breathing.” Without one, it’s awfully hard to have the other. What I tell my coaching clients who come to me with money worries is that money doesn’t CHANGE anything; it REVEALS everything. Money acts as a magnifying glass. If you’re a poor jerk, you’ll be a rich jerk – only jerkier. If you’re a broke nice person, you’ll be a rich nice person – only nicer. So in these tough financial times, how…
  • Is the Law of Attraction Not Working for You?

    Remez Sasson
    31 Jul 2014 | 12:42 am
    Have you read articles and books about the law of attraction or took part in courses and workshops, but you see no results? Do you wonder sometimes whether the law of attraction works at all? Do all these books and workshops on the law of attraction, which promise great results, deliver what they promise? In case you don’t know, the law of attraction is a term, which was popularized a few years back. It refers to the power of the mind, which can attract and create success. This is nothing new. The law of attraction is known as creative visualization, the power of thoughts, the law of…
  • The Secret of Letting Go of Every Fear

    Guy Finley
    27 Jul 2014 | 12:37 am
    Are you afraid of some condition in your life? Here’s a life-transforming secret: that seemingly scary condition, whatever it may be, is not the problem. It is your reaction that is fearful. This is why if you will become conscious of your condition instead of afraid of it, you will change forever your relationship with fear. It is only within this special kind of inner-relationship that there is real safety, because now you are interacting with fear in an entirely new way. You are no longer letting it dictate to you how to act or what to do. Instead, you are aware of the fear. You are…
 
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    Success Circuit

  • Drew Nelson – Total Drama Island Actor Fights The Strain

    Michelle
    19 Aug 2014 | 10:56 am
    Sometimes actors are better know for their voices than their faces, this is the case with actor Drew Nelson who has appeared in shows such as Suits, Supernatural, Smallville, Flashpoint, Rookie Blue, Lost Girl and Fringe. However, most people will know this Canadian actor for his role as Duncan in Total Drama Island. Could you […]
  • Josh Price – Putting His Passion into Action

    Michelle
    14 Aug 2014 | 12:55 pm
    We are often approached by individuals and companies asking to be guests on our site. We usually say ‘no thank you’ but in the case of Sebastian Gregory, a devoted SuccessCircuit.com reader and talented writer, it seemed like a natural progression. Sebastian conducted his debut interview with actor Josh Price who is better known for […]
  • Martyn Joseph – Let Yourself Trust

    Michelle
    11 Aug 2014 | 5:23 am
    Martyn Joseph has been recording albums, touring and singing to sold out audiences for over 30 years.
  • Mike Dawes – Magical Guitar Fingers

    Michelle
    4 Aug 2014 | 8:22 am
    After discussing different guitar players with a friend, she sent me a video that instantly caught my attention. The music that Mike Dawes elicits from his guitar sends tingles up my spine! I do not think I have heard anyone perform this style of finger picking for many years. Mike discusses his youth, inspirations and […]
  • Ruth Simmons – Soundlounge Research

    Michelle
    1 Aug 2014 | 11:33 am
    How often do you watch an advertisement and sing along to the song that accompanies it…have you ever sung along and then wondered what it was they were actually selling? Ruth Simmons from Soundlounge explains how she was involved in a research project which included interviewing a number of  key figures in the advertising and […]
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    Jef Menguin

  • Do you pursue happiness?

    Jef Menguin
    16 Aug 2014 | 7:48 pm
    Many people are pursuing happiness too. They look for happiness in people, in things, and events. At times they become happy, but they never really find happiness. Because happiness is not a goal. Happiness is the by-product of your relationship. Therefore, strive to improve your relationships. And happiness will come to you. Jef Menguin
  • Speaking in Thailand

    Jef Menguin
    2 Aug 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Speaking in Thailand is a unique experience. I speak, then someone translates. They nod while I speak, then laugh out loud when the translator has already painted the full color of my message. I do not just make meaning, I have to make my meaning simple or my audience will not understand. My facial expressions, […]
  • Overestimating Motivation

    Jef Menguin
    1 Aug 2014 | 6:37 pm
    The performance of employees dropped last month. Without hesitation, the manager said that the cause is lack of motivation. And everyone nodded their heads. Lack of motivation is the safest alibi. It is safer to say that people lack motivation than to say that the leader lacks the skill to lead. It is easier to […]
  • Remember, you are not your audience.

    Jef Menguin
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:31 am
    Lani complained,” My subordinates said they understood, but they still did not follow my instructions.” She thought her instruction was clear and the tasks were easy to follow. She was frustrated. She missed this simple point. Most of us missed this simple point: you are not your audience. Our passion isn’t always the passion of […]
  • Find the need before you speak…

    Jef Menguin
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:39 pm
    AND YOU WILL NOT WASTE A SINGLE MINUTE. “Sir, we are looking for a motivational speaker for our event on Friday. May we invite you to speak to our group?” “Sorry sir, I do not have any idea of what you can speak about. This is our first time. Maybe you can suggest. Or maybe, […]
 
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    Talent Development Resources

  • Every society needs highly sensitive people

    Douglas Eby
    20 Aug 2014 | 7:08 am
    There can be many challenges for people who are highly sensitive, including reactions from others (“Why are you so touchy?”), feeling “wrong” and with lower self-esteem in a culture that is so extroverted and high-speed, and being more vulnerable to stress (see my post Sensitive to anxiety). But there are also many strengths and values, both personally and socially. Writer Rosalie Smith points out: “We’re the thinkers, the cautious ones, the conservative people; the ones that say Hey, wait a minute. Let’s think this through before doing something…
  • Eric Maisel on anxiety and developing creativity

    Cat Robson
    19 Aug 2014 | 6:58 pm
    “Only a small percentage of creative people work as often or as deeply as, by all rights, they might be expected to work. “What stops them? Anxiety or some face of anxiety like doubt, worry, or fear… anxiety is the great silencer of the creative person.” Therapist and creativity coach Eric Maisel, PhD. He also notes, “There are many different kinds of anxiety reactions. Sometimes anxiety manifests itself as confusion and a weakness of mind and body. Sometimes it manifests as persistent worry.” “But one of the most common anxiety reactions is a phobic…
  • Developing Creativity: Max Ehrman; Elizabeth Olsen; Julia Cameron

    Douglas Eby
    19 Aug 2014 | 6:56 am
    Many artists express ideas about developing creativity that can be helpful to other creative people. Here are a few examples. Max Ehrman From LOVE IS IN THE AEROSOL, Text by Denise Kitt, SOMA magazine. When artist Max Ehrman is not completing privately commissioned works, he is zealously spray painting the walls of start-up companies in the SOMA district of San Francisco. Don’t recognize his name? Perhaps you know him as Eon75, a pseudonym Ehrman uses that stands for “Extermination of Normality” (and “75” denotes the year he was born). Despite Ehrman’s affinity for San Francisco,…
  • Disarming the brain’s fear response

    Douglas Eby
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:45 pm
    Fear and anxiety can keep us from pursuing dreams, exploring creative projects and in other ways realizing our talents. Fear can take various forms such as: social anxiety, phobias, performance anxiety or stage fright. Robert Maurer, PhD has studied social and neuropsychological aspects of achievement and creative expression for many years. He notes that even thinking creatively can induce fear: “Innovation triggers the alarm mechanism in the amygdala section of the brain that’s known as the fight-or-flight response,” he writes. “More simply put, the thought of change…
  • Successful People Who’ve Struggled with Psychiatric Disorders

    Guest Author
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:44 am
    By Leslie Johnson Although it is somewhat of a media-influenced stereotype, the cultural image of the “mad genius” has stayed with us, and that’s because many of the qualities attributed to highly successful people (i.e. that they are crazy or insane) are quite true. Especially for those of us who are creative and active people, we shouldn’t be ashamed if we struggle with problems of a personal nature. Here are a few people who made it big, but who cope with the same difficulties that many of us creatives sometimes face. Continued in her article: Method in the Madness:…
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    Aviv's Blog

  • The KEY: World Cup Innovation Lesson

    Aviv Shahar
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:34 pm
    What can we learn from Germany’s winning the World Cup? How are these insights relevant to your organization’s innovation strategy? Successful innovation requires resilience, enthusiasm, the commitment of resources, a disciplined process, and the best minds of your organization working together and having conversations at a whole new level. The German team demonstrated a systems approach to its matches. Its members brought depth, focus, selfless team spirit, and disciplined execution. Read the KEY here.   © Aviv Shahar
  • The KEY: Lesson from the Israeli Air Force – Start Talking to Yourself

    Aviv Shahar
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:31 pm
    The Israeli Air Force discovered one of the best training methodologies I have ever encountered. In this KEY you will learn more about what I discovered during my fighter pilot course: talking out loud can make you more efficient. It can even save your life. Read the Key here.   © Aviv Shahar
  • The Triangle of Change

    Aviv Shahar
    8 Jun 2014 | 8:26 pm
    You just landed in the executive chair, the role you’ve desired. Now you must realize your window of opportunity. Where to begin? How do you rally your new team to make critical changes and actualize your vision? This was the situation Ron found himself. When he earned the executive position he had imagined for years, he knew he needed to take action immediately. In this Key you will learn how Ron approached his opportunity to accelerate the growth of his organization. You will discover the three critical elements to mobilize change. Read more here.   © Aviv Shahar
  • 17 Pivots for Your Spring Reboot

    Aviv Shahar
    8 Jun 2014 | 8:20 pm
    From my experience and that of many of my clients, this year is showing itself to be a robust ride filled with surprises. Have you noticed that challenges and opportunities show up together? If you feel blindsided or out of rhythm, now is a great time for a reboot. If you feel fatigued or uncertain, try a change in direction or behavior. If you are doing great and want to build on existing momentum, select a pivot from the list below to begin your revitalization. In this KEY you will find a series of pivots you can implement immediately to reboot your work environment.   © Aviv Shahar
  • Greatness is Not a Destination

    Aviv Shahar
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:31 am
    What you do along your professional journey prepares you for what you are here to serve. In the case of Gandhi, for instance, his early study of the British law helped him negotiate for India’s independence. For John Paul II, it was his stage acting as a young man during the war that prepared him for the role of his life as the first Pope in the TV age. Steve Jobs described his early study of calligraphy as the catalyst to the idea of merging design and beauty into computers. The point is that much of your work is about building capabilities and seeding possibilities. Your journey is…
 
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  • Start Thinking Outside the Box!

    Krantcents
    20 Aug 2014 | 12:03 am
    Thinking outside the box is one of those metaphors that really need explanation. Thinking outside the box means to think differently, unconventionally or a new perspective. Some business consultants challenged their clients to solve a “nine dots” puzzle which required a creative solution. Often we are caught up with rules or conventions to solve problems versus thinking creatively.  In difficult times, companies bring in “change agents” to change the way companies operate and turn them around. Often, it is done under pressure of a Board of Directors, activist investor or even a…
  • The Odds Are Against You!

    Krantcents
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:06 am
    The odds are against you to be successful. 78% of NFL players end up broke! How many people can even say they were a professional athlete? The odds are against you to make it to that level. The odds are against you to be an Olympic athlete too. The median United States household income is $46,326. Half of the families are living on incomes less and the other half exceeds this amount.  There are 110 million households in the United States and half earn less than $46,326! A few years ago, I read an TIME article that stated we need $75,000 a year to be happy. Does this indicate half of the…
  • Are You Sabotaging Yourself?

    Krantcents
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:18 am
    Are you sabotaging yourself? It may be your friends, colleagues or family, someone is sabotaging your plans. It may be you! You have goals or list of things you need to do, but somehow something or someone stops you from achieving them. You tend to blame others for your failure, but it starts with you. We all make mistakes unless it is a habit! Do you sabotage your efforts or allow others to do so? Diets Americans are on perpetual diets! If they just figured out what seems to sabotage the constant effort to lose the weight, they might have permanent success. In contrast, there are many…
  • Second Chances

    Krantcents
    13 Aug 2014 | 12:18 am
    Should people get second chances? Americans love comebacks, isn’t that a second chance? Every time you make a change, big or small is getting a second chance. What does the term second chance mean to you? If you are doing anything, you will make mistakes. If you get another chance at success, is it a second chance? Second chances are called do over, another shot, second shot, another take, take two, to just name a few. Second chances range from individuals with school dropouts, bad credit, felons, bankruptcy, adoption, failed businesses, relationships to name just a few to start the…
  • Are You Tough Enough for Success?

    Krantcents
    11 Aug 2014 | 12:09 am
    Successis for anybody who is tough enough to withstand the ups and downs! Entrepreneurship is a grueling test much like the Tour de France. It takes mental toughness to get through those stages to succeed. Don’t confuse mental toughness with physical toughness. Mental toughness is resiliency, courage, flexibility, responsiveness, strength and sportsmanship. Are you tough enough? Mentally tough is the ability to work hard and respond resiliently to failure and adversity; the inner quality that enables individuals to work hard and stick to their long-term passions and goals. Mental toughness…
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    Coaching Confidence

  • Coaching Quote of the Day 20th August 2014

    Jen Waller
    19 Aug 2014 | 9:31 pm
    “We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives Who thinks most—feels the noblest—acts the best.” (Philip James Bailey) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 20th August 2014 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • TED Talk Tuesday 19th August 2014

    Jen Waller
    18 Aug 2014 | 10:30 pm
    This week’s TED Talk clip is from an independent TEDx event: In my chair — a makeup artists perspective on beauty: Eva DeVirgilis at TEDxRVAWomen Clip length: 10 mins 52 secs Prefer to watch on TED.com? In that case you’ll need to click here. The post TED Talk Tuesday 19th August 2014 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 19th August 2014

    Jen Waller
    18 Aug 2014 | 9:26 pm
    “Most conversations are simply monologues delivered in the presence of a witness” (Margaret Millar) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 19th August 2014 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 18th August 2014

    Jen Waller
    17 Aug 2014 | 9:16 pm
    “When we are listened to, it creates us, makes us unfold and expand. Ideas actually begin to grow within us and come to life.” (Brenda Ueland) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 18th August 2014 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Blog posts for coaches from around the web – 17th August 2014

    Jen Waller
    17 Aug 2014 | 4:33 am
    Welcome to this weeks recap of blog posts for coaches from around the web. Each Monday on this blogs Facebook page I usually issue the following question and invitation: “Have you written/seen a blog post in the past week that you’d think is of interest to coaches and that you’d like to share?” Posts shared on our Facebook page this week: ““What is wrong with you?!” – The Highly Sensitive Person” by Renée van der Vloodt (Shared by Catherine Robson) “Coaching Skills for Parents: Resiliency (Part 1)” by Carmen Willenbring Sullo…
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  • 5 Ways to Avoid Overspending as a Multipotentialite

    Emilie
    18 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Editor’s note: this is a post by Saul-of-Hearts One of the trickiest parts of being a multipotentialite is figuring out which interests to spend money on. Specialists can spend years investing in the tools and resources they need to become experts. But as multipotentialites, we’re always asking ourselves, “Am I still going to be interested in this subject a few years from now? Is it worth investing in?” I’ve certainly spent more money than I would have liked on classes and equipment. I’ve bought domain names that I never ended up using and group memberships that…
  • Doing Your Own Thing Takes Courage

    Emilie
    14 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    You know that moment when you feel like you’re on the brink of a big change? You had sensed it lurking inside, for weeks or even months. When it finally reaches your consciousness, you are ready for it, practically bursting at the seems to get moving in a new direction. But you’re also NOT ready for it. In fact, there are times when you feel completely unprepared, completely disoriented. Changes are always some combination of exhilarating and terrifying. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a career change, a lifestyle change, or personal one. I’m about to embark on…
  • Why You’re Never Too Old To Be A Multipotentialite

    Bev Webb
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Multipotentiality is not just for the young. Indeed many of us don’t realize we’re multipotentialites until we’re in our forties, fifties, sixties, or even older than that. Talk to a multipotentialite over the age of forty and you’re likely to sense a little bit of regret at not learning sooner that having multiple interests and career paths is both possible and a legitimate option. Don’t get me wrong – busting the myth that you’re just a fickle Jack of all trades comes as a relief – but, for us older multipotentialites, it can feel like we’re…
  • The Ultimate Guide to Dealing with Friends and Family Members who Disapprove of Your Multipotentiality

    Emilie
    4 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Every multipotentialite knows how it feels to share a new interest or endeavor with someone and receive a blank stare or a look of disapproval. You’re studying to become a physiotherapist? But I thought you were happy working at that tech company? That seemed like a good career… You’re in an art program. Why would you want to take a math class? When are you going to stop messing around with all of these different things and commit to something? The negative responses we receive range from genuinely confused but well-meaning, to outright nasty and critical. Here are a few…
  • Are You Blurring the Line between Work and Play?

    Bev Webb
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    This one is for the self-employed multipotentialites. Have you found that the line between your personal and business passions is so blurred that it’s pretty much non-existent most of the time? With a job you get to “go to work” and then “come home” from work and leave that part of yourself behind at the end of the day. When you work for yourself, the dividing line between the two can be much more fuzzy. As a personal experiment, I set out to find out whether it’s okay to blur the boundaries, or whether we need some degree of separation between work and play.
 
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    Deep Existence

  • 5 Reasons People Fail With Mini Habits

    Stephen Guise
    18 Aug 2014 | 1:08 pm
    photo by jayRaz My book, Mini Habits, has been a bestseller for more than seven months straight, selling over 16,000 copies in that time. It’s also the highest-rated habit book on the market because of the success people are having with it. It is in the process of being translated for publication in other countries. It easily outsells traditionally-published books in the same niche. In short, the mini habits strategy is very effective and it has made a big impact so far. But no solution is perfect, right? I hate to write that because Mini Habits is nearly perfect in theory (which…
  • The Shocking Truth About Failure

    Stephen Guise
    11 Aug 2014 | 8:25 pm
    If you try to roll a seven and instead roll an eight, did you fail? Or was it never up to you in the first place? (Photo by topher76) The shocking truth about failure: we tell ourselves we’ve failed when we haven’t.  Let’s get right to the point. Chance outcomes can NOT be considered failures. Sure, you might call a chance result “failure” in the technical sense of the word (i.e. not a successful result). Most of us, however, think of failure as a performance-based mistake or shortcoming of our own doing. But chance-based outcomes aren’t up to us,…
  • How To Get Better At Making Decisions

    Stephen Guise
    4 Aug 2014 | 5:14 pm
    I think she should go straight ahead, but whatever. (Photo by Julia Manzerova) In London recently, a man started attacking strangers with a scaffolding pole.  The police chased him, but he was fast, and they said so over the radio. An elderly man driving in the area picked up on the radio conversation and told a nearby officer on foot to jump in his car. Officer now on board, he weaved his way through backroads he knew well, taking shortcuts to where he suspected the suspect would be. He was able to track the criminal down so the police could taser and detain him, which they did…
  • Mini Habit Mastery Is Here!

    Stephen Guise
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:51 pm
    Q: What Is Mini Habit Mastery? It is a video course based on the Mini Habits concept. It contains about 4 hours of video content, which shows you the scientific way to change your habits. Click this link to get an immediate $35 discount on Mini Habit Mastery! Q: Is it different from the Mini Habits book? Yes and no. It contains new material, new visuals, charts, comparison tables, demonstrations, and more, but it is still based on the mini habits concept, and so there will be some repeat information that was in the book. There are some things in the book that are not in the course and…
  • Are You Making Your Bad Habits Unstoppable?

    Stephen Guise
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:50 pm
    Does your bad habit look something like this? Photo by MATEUS Do you hate your bad habits? It’s understandable if you do, because it’s making the same mistake over and over again. But what few realize is that the way we tend to “fight” bad habits actually makes them unstoppable. The Unstoppable Behavior Formula If I were tasked to formulate an unstoppable behavior formula, I would say it has these qualities: Low internal resistance A small commitment A reward of some kind If you have those three components in place, that behavior is going to be a freaking…
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    The Liberated Life Project

  • The “Yes!” List

    Maia Duerr
    31 Jul 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about despair and hope… how do we move from one to the other, how do we not lose hope when so many terrible things are going on — from our own neighborhood to all around the global community. In this age of nearly unlimited internet connectivity, we hear about these tragedies in nearly real time: More than a thousand people killed in Gaza, no end in sight… Kids from Central America and Mexico locked up in Texas warehouses… Thousands of impoverished Detroit residents lose access to their water… In the middle of my…
  • Freedom Friday: June 2014

    Maia Duerr
    27 Jun 2014 | 5:00 am
    Lauren Ayer and some of her “quilts of change”   This month’s Freedom Friday list highlights some of the people who have graduated from my “Fall in Love with Your Work” course. This is a diverse and inspiring group of folks: each of them have faced their fears and followed their dreams for ‘liberation-based livelihood.’ I have loved watching each of them develop their ideas into real-life creations and products, and I thought you would enjoy meeting them too. I’ll be teaching an updated and expanded version of Fall in Love with Your Work this October — be…
  • 4 Ways to Transform Despair…. And The Patron Saint of Lost Causes

    Maia Duerr
    10 Jun 2014 | 5:00 am
    Joanna Macy teaching at Upaya Zen Center / Photo: Roshi Joan Halifax The most remarkable feature of this historical moment on Earth is not that we are on the way to destroying the world — we’ve actually been on the way for quite a while. It is that we are beginning to wake up, as from a millennia-long sleep, to a whole new relationship to our world, to ourselves and each other. ~Joanna Macy _____________________   A few weeks ago, a piece of devastating news came out: a large portion of the West Antarctica ice sheet has been confirmed to be melting. The consequences of this are huge.
  • Great Suffering, Great Transformation

    Maia Duerr
    15 May 2014 | 9:00 am
    This quote comes from a dharma talk I gave at Upaya Zen Center last week, “Practice Makes Imperfect.” If you’d like to listen to the recording, you can find it here as part of Upaya’s generous podcast program. Thank you so much for being a Liberated Life Project reader… I’ve been absent for a while, but will be writing more again soon! ______________ Enjoyed this post? Don’t miss a beat – get writing from the Liberated Life Project delivered right to your in-box.Sign up for  “Team Liberation” and you’ll  also receive a free…
  • Freedom Friday: April 2014

    Maia Duerr
    25 Apr 2014 | 4:27 pm
    Spring in Santa Fe / photo by Maia “Freedom Friday” is a monthly list of my  favorite resources for a liberated life. This one includes three fantastic opportunities for writers, teachers, and visionaries (I know  many of my readers fall into at least one of those categories) as well as two live events. The Alice Hayes Writing Fellowship This fellowship honors Alice Hayes, who created the Ragdale Foundation. The fellowship offers a residency of up to 25 days at Ragdale, a non-profit artists’ community near Chicago, and a $500 stipend for a writer who is working on a project designed…
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    Motivation Diversity Success Blog

  • Playing Neil Young Acoustic Unplugged Example Of Doing What You Love

    Clint Cora
    5 Aug 2014 | 6:14 am
    Neil Young Acoustic Unplugged Hey Hey My My We had an official national holiday (Civic Holiday) up here in Canada this past weekend making it a long weekend.  For many folks, such holidays are usually spent shopping or just spending time with family.  Certainly nothing wrong with that. For many others, weekends and holidays are used to recuperate from their busy working lives.  Again, nothing wrong with that. One thing I have noticed that works even better during ‘recuperation’ time is instead of just watching TV or lying around doing nothing as a break away from work, the off…
  • Can Asians Rock And Roll?

    Clint Cora
    15 Jul 2014 | 9:40 pm
    Can Asians Rock And Roll? Yes, there will be a personal development point to all this.  Just bear with me and we will work it in at the end of this post. So one of my lady friends showed me a photo of her and her two sisters during her vacation in Vietnam.  The three ladies in the photo for some reason were posing with no smiles and some with arms crossed.  I mentioned that these were the three toughest looking Asian women I have ever seen together. I even said that they look like an Asian female punk rock band! My friend responded by claiming that Asians do not rock.  This has a bit of…
  • My 2014 Swim Workout

    Clint Cora
    11 Jul 2014 | 12:38 pm
    Summer Swim Workout Although I had to do my first few pool workouts as modified scuba fins and snorkel swims due to a recurrent shoulder rotator cuff injury, I was able to get back on track with regular swimming now. The shoulder is still tender when I move my arm overhead but I can now do shorter stride front crawl and even butterfly strokes using an even shorter arm stride. The cardiovascular side of my fitness is back to where it should be so despite the injury, I also able to do the full 70 pool lengths rather than stay at the 50 length pool workout that I normally start the season with.
  • Playing Eric Clapton Acoustic Layla Unplugged

    Clint Cora
    8 Jul 2014 | 10:43 am
    Eric Clapton Layla Acoustic Unplugged I was hoping to shoot some martial arts video but a nagging shoulder injury (rotator cuff) has been preventing optimal performance using my left arm lately.  So instead, I thought that I would shoot a new music video for your entertainment. One of the tunes that I play on a regular basis is the acoustic guitar version of Layla unplugged by Eric Clapton.  This is the song I have been starting out with for my intimate live music performances this year. Even though I have been playing it with my acoustic guitar, ie., unplugged, I will opt to play it with…
  • How To Pass Scuba Diving Certification Course

    Clint Cora
    4 Jul 2014 | 5:09 am
    Scuba Certification Course So two of my lady friends recently decided to take a scuba diving certification course, the same basic one I took many years ago.  However, both of these ladies are not very technical (as many are not too) and both apparently failed their written exam. Yes, the scuba diving certification course (as opposed to just the short resort course many tourists try out during vacations), does have a written exam that one must pass as part of the overall certification process.  There is a lot of technical concepts and terms based on physics involved in scuba diving. Topics…
 
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    Shake Off the Grind

  • 10 Must-Read Books to Help You Think Big, Be Bold, and Live Better

    Joe
    10 Aug 2014 | 11:10 am
    “He that loves reading has everything within his reach.” - William Godwin Do remember the very first personal growth book you read? For me it was the infamous Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill. A friend let me borrow it in my early twenties and I immediately started to realize new possibilities and perspectives. That’s […] The post 10 Must-Read Books to Help You Think Big, Be Bold, and Live Better appeared first on Shake Off the Grind.
  • How Bad Do You Want It? The Most Important Factor for Getting What You Want

    Joe
    4 Aug 2014 | 11:58 am
    “As is your desire, so is your will. As is your will, so is your deed. As is your deed, so is your destiny.” — The Upanishads Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have all the “luck”? They get what they want and make it look easy! What then is the difference from the super successful achiever […] The post How Bad Do You Want It? The Most Important Factor for Getting What You Want appeared first on Shake Off the Grind.
  • Why You Should Start Chasing Your Dreams (aka The Dream Chaser Manifesto)

    Joe
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:32 pm
    “All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day to find it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.” ― T.E. Lawrence What if the “God” […] The post Why You Should Start Chasing Your Dreams (aka The Dream Chaser Manifesto) appeared first on Shake Off the Grind.
  • How to Enjoy the Journey and Stop Getting Ahead of Yourself

    Joe
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:22 pm
    “It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” - Ernest Hemingway  Have you ever noticed that people are always chasing the next thing or focusing on the next phase of life? I must admit that I struggle with this at times myself. I can get […] The post How to Enjoy the Journey and Stop Getting Ahead of Yourself appeared first on Shake Off the Grind.
  • Three Powerful Questions to Change the Direction on Your Life, Before It’s Too Late!

    Joe
    13 Jul 2014 | 10:18 am
    “This is your life and it’s ending one minute at a time.” - Fight Club Every year of my life seems to go by faster and faster. The older I get the more I want to make the most of the short time I have. I want to do everything that I can to create a […] The post Three Powerful Questions to Change the Direction on Your Life, Before It’s Too Late! appeared first on Shake Off the Grind.
 
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    Write Change Grow

  • Why Do You Work?

    Thea
    12 Aug 2014 | 11:56 pm
    Ask yourself this question – Why do you work?Do you work just for the money or do you fully appreciate the purpose and joy that work can bring?My young nephew recently started his first full time job which got me thinking about what work means and what it can provide in our lives.Here are my thoughts on the purpose of work. How many do you agree with?A feeling of pride and self-satisfactionDoing your job well gives you a feeling of self-satisfaction and pride.I don’t care what your job is either. Regardless of whether you are the office cleaner or the company CEO, you should…
  • New York Here I Come!

    Thea
    11 Aug 2014 | 3:48 am
    Last week I teased you with my announcement of exciting news.Well here it is.I am heading off for two weeks holiday to New York in September.Yes I’m heading back to New York, one of my favorite cities in the world. As a lover of big cities, they don’t get more hectic, ballsy and thrilling than New York.On top of that, I have signed up for a two-day blogging course with The Blogcademy. I can’t wait to meet my three awesome teachers Gala Darling, Shauna Haider from Nubby Twiglet and Kat Williams from Rock and Roll Bride.It’s going to be a blast!Most importantly…
  • How to Deal with the End of a Friendship Part 2

    Thea
    5 Aug 2014 | 3:12 am
    In early July I wrote about dealing with the end of a substantial friendship in my life.In a nutshell one of my best friends decided not to be my best friend anymore. If you didn’t catch this earlier post, you can read it here.Getting over a break up is never easy, regardless of whether you were best friends or lovers in an intimate relationship.So how am I doing now? I am doing pretty damn well. If you are going through a similar situation here are my thoughts.Let go of the angerThe anger has subsided. This experience had made me realize that sometimes people stay angry as a coping…
  • Is Everyone Moving Forward Except You?

    Thea
    4 Aug 2014 | 2:59 am
    I wrote the post Does it Feel like Everyone is Moving Forward – Except You? post back in May 2011.With well over 8000 shares it definitely resonated with people. If you missed it you can read it here.I think at some stage we all feel that we are standing still and other people are rushing past us. Having those feelings occasionally is fine but the key is not to dwell on them.While I touched on several points in the first post, here are some other thoughts to consider.Understand you are moving forwardSometimes we think we aren’t moving forward when we actually are. Often it may…
  • What Do You Deserve?

    Thea
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:56 am
    I’m a huge fan of the Gala Darling July Instagram series. Come to think of it, I am a massive fan of Gala Darling in general but more on that in another post.While I was browsing through the feed the other day, one quote stood out for me.More to the point, I felt the words jump off the page and slap me across the face.Take a deep breath, here we go. We accept the love we think we deserve I wish I had known this truth years ago. Instead I learnt my lessons on love the hard way.In the past I accepted a lot less love than I deserved. Low self-esteem resulted in relationships with…
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    Live Bold and Bloom

  • 110 Happiness Quotes To Guide Your Life

    Barrie Davenport
    17 Aug 2014 | 12:06 pm
    Are you happy in this moment? Would you say you have a happy life? After many years of coaching people to reach their happiness goals and having written hundreds of articles on how to be happy, I’ve find that happiness boils down to a few essentials. First, happiness is a state of being. It is… Continue Reading…
  • Empath Traits: 22 Signs You Are A Highly Sensitive Person

    Barrie Davenport
    12 Aug 2014 | 11:31 am
    Have you ever walked in a room and had a wave of negative energy wash over you? Have you had a conversation with a stranger and could tell, without them saying a word about it, that they were deeply troubled or sad? Do you ever feel so profoundly moved by something beautiful that you start to… Continue Reading…
  • Keystone Habits: 7 Small Changes That Create Big Results

    Barrie Davenport
    8 Aug 2014 | 7:04 am
    If you could accomplish one big goal in the next year, what would it be?  What important aspirations do you have to improve your life, your career, or your health? For me, it’s to write and publish several books on Kindle. Also, I’d like to lose some weight and increase my running speed and distance. Big goals… Continue Reading…
  • The Ultimate List Of Habits: 175 Positive Actions For A Better You

    Barrie Davenport
    4 Aug 2014 | 3:18 am
    Every day you make choices. Those choices create your thoughts and actions. Your thoughts and actions develop your habits. And your habits define your life. If you examine many of the activities of your day, you’ll see they are actually good and bad habits you’ve developed over the years. Some of them were developed… Continue Reading…
  • The Habits Of Happiness: 8 Core Truths From Author Gretchen Rubin

    Barrie Davenport
    31 Jul 2014 | 1:43 pm
    Gretchen Rubin knows a lot about happiness. She spent an entire year, using herself as a test subject, to determine what makes us happy and how we can be happier in our everyday lives. The results of her year-long journey are chronicled in the #1 New York Times and International bestselling book, The… Continue Reading…
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    Abundance Tapestry

  • What is True Financial Freedom? An Integrated Perspective

    Evelyn
    17 Aug 2014 | 6:13 pm
    “The only way you will ever permanently take control of your financial life is to dig deep and fix the root problem.” Suze Orman What is financial freedom? Does financial freedom simply mean having a surplus, when you subtract expenses from your income level? Does financial freedom simply boil down to budgeting, savings and monthly spreadsheets? Many of us have been on the search for financial freedom, ever since reading the book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki. We go about this search by attending workshops and participating in schemes to help us “make money…
  • Video Testimonial For Money Success Breakthrough

    Evelyn
    10 Aug 2014 | 8:08 pm
    “A breakthrough happens when you finally make the decision not to settle for anything less than what you deserve. It is when the impossible becomes possible. It is when you become free of what has held you back from becoming your highest potential.” Abundance Alchemy Program Julie Cumming, my client from Australia, graciously agreed to provide a video testimonial for having worked together for money breakthroughs in my Abundance Alchemy Program. While listening to her during the recording, I was bowled over what she had to say. View the video below…. I am thrilled for Julie.
  • Self-Care Healing: Give Yourself Permission

    Evelyn
    20 Jul 2014 | 8:57 pm
    “Self-care is not self-indulgence. It is essential for your well-being. With self-care, you give yourself the sacred permission to be well.” I had a bad fall last week. It resulted in multiple visits to the clinic for X-rays, reviews and check up. It was not the physical injury that shook me most, but the emotional trauma. For a while, I was also angry with myself for being so careless. To begin with, I was frustrated over having to spend unnecessary money, time and attention. I did not like the idea of having to reschedule all my appointments and having to delay my work plans. I…
  • 10 Signs of Money Phobia

    Evelyn
    13 Jul 2014 | 6:54 pm
    “Fear makes the wolf bigger than he is.” German Proverb Do you have money phobia, and hence prefer to avoid any talk on finance or money management altogether? Studies indicate that women, especially, display avoidance behavior. With a phobia, the fear is excessive. For instance, you can have a fear of killer sharks. However, your fear can be so great that it manifests as a phobia, should you avoid swimming altogether. Money phobic women tend to have confused ideas about finance. They prefer to leave all the money talk to their spouse or partner. They are likely to react in ways…
  • A Real Story of Money No Enough

    Evelyn
    6 Jul 2014 | 6:14 pm
    “I find so many people struggling, often working harder, simply because they cling to old ideas. They want things to be the way they were; they resist change.” Robert Kiyosaki Many of us are driven by the fear of not having enough money. We are afraid that we do not have enough for our needs such as old age, a bigger home or university fees for our children. Even as we have some savings, we have an underlying fear that our money will get eroded by inflation. And so, we figure that the only solution is to work a lot harder. What transpires is that if we are mostly driven by fear in…
 
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    LifetoSuccess.com

  • Improve Your Problem Solving Skills

    John Clark
    20 Aug 2014 | 3:30 am
    We have all sorts of problems, it is our ability to separate ourselves and our current way of thinking to get past the problems that we currently face. In this video, Brian Tracy explores some ways of problem solving that will allow us to look at and think differently with regards to the problems we face. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
  • Influence & Success Insights: Often It’s The Out That Will Get You In

    John Clark
    19 Aug 2014 | 3:30 am
    In any business or in any situation where we want to present an idea that is different then the idea that the other person has, it is key to make sure we start off the conversation in a way that does not make the other person felled pressured. I am a firm believer in the idea that “those convinced against their will is of the same opinion still” and when we come in hot with our ideas sometimes the other person just automatically starts to put up their guards. We want to come in a gentle manner leaving the person open to the ideas that we want to share. In this video, Bob Burg…
  • What any person that is looking for #Success should know… (Part 5)

    John Clark
    18 Aug 2014 | 3:30 pm
    This part 5 in the series called “What any person that is looking for #Success should know…” I have listed the 4 previous post links below to help you get caught up if you are jumping in at this post, make sure to read all 4 as they build on each other: http://www.lifetosuccess.com/2014/07/26/what-any-person-that-is-looking-for-success-should-know-part-1/ http://www.lifetosuccess.com/2014/07/27/what-any-person-that-is-looking-for-success-should-know-part-2/ http://www.lifetosuccess.com/2014/08/08/what-any-person-that-is-looking-for-success-should-know-part-3/…
  • Influence & Success Insights: Getting Rid of Gossip – Bob Burg

    John Clark
    18 Aug 2014 | 3:30 am
    This is another video about how insidious gossiping is and how it effects anyone involved in gossiping. In this video, Bob Burg explores the subject of “Getting Rid of Gossip”. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
  • Influence & Success Insights: Reverse Gossip – Bob Burg

    John Clark
    17 Aug 2014 | 3:30 am
    Gossip is a relationship KILLER!! Even if you only listen to it, it is detrimental to everyone involved. And also keep in mind that those same people who are gossiping to WILL end gossiping ABOUT you. In this video, Bob Burg explores the subject of “Reverse Gossip”. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
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    Maria Erving

  • Stuck In Non Duality and Advaita

    Maria Erving
    11 Aug 2014 | 10:34 am
    Sometimes I get emails from people who seem to be very confused and they are often not making much sense, meaning they are rambling and not easy to get a real grip on. Usually these types of emails come from people in the Advaita and Non-Duality circles.   I can understand where they are because I know what it’s like to be in the space of pure awareness, in the nothingness and everything-ness at the same time, but those experiences if you will, are not permanent states. I wanted to write this article to reassure these people who find themselves in those types of confusing states that…
  • Why Affirmations Don’t Always Work

    Maria Erving
    10 Aug 2014 | 7:56 am
    I want to write a little bit about what I mean when I talk about using affirmations, and why many use them in a wrong way and therefor don’t get any real results. I will also present to you another way to use affirmations that I use myself and that I find to be very [...]The post Why Affirmations Don’t Always Work appeared first on Maria Erving.
  • The Power of Attention (Stop Worrying)

    Maria Erving
    9 Aug 2014 | 3:57 am
    Life does not flow to us, it flows through us, and when that is seen clearly we cease to give any external, created things, any power. But as long as there’s a belief in something external that we think has power and authority over us (and that will bring to us what we desire and need) we invite suffering into our lives. Any beliefs in duality creates suffering and limitations, but as those are let go of, we are free to experience life as it really is.  Most people are unaware of the innate power that we all have and that we all use all the time, either constructively or…
  • Distant Healing Benefits

    Maria Erving
    6 Aug 2014 | 2:50 am
    The true self does not need healing, but the mind that believes in error needs to be redirected and set free. It’s the belief in duality that has made a person miserable and unhappy, and the Truth of who you are is what sets you free. Most of our problems, whether they are emotional, mental, physical or spiritual, usually comes from stressful thoughts and wrong thinking. These can be released and cleared by distant healing sessions. To me it’s important to combine healing sessions with spiritual guidance and coaching because I believe in personal responsibility and there is always…
  • Meditation and Intuition: How To Receive Answers

    Maria Erving
    31 Jul 2014 | 9:54 am
    In my most recent email to my mailing list I wrote about ten things regarding intuition and the importance of listening to it, and that the best way to get in touch with it was through meditation and stillness. I’ll post the ten points here for you if you didn’t happen to read it: [...]The post Meditation and Intuition: How To Receive Answers appeared first on Maria Erving.
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    Unstoppable Personal Development

  • The Race Is Not To The Swift

    Anthony Basich
    14 Aug 2014 | 7:27 am
    The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favour to men of skill; but time and chance happeneth to them all. Ecclesiastes 9:11
  • When The World Says Give Up

    Anthony Basich
    12 Aug 2014 | 8:48 pm
    When the world says, “Give up,” Hope whispers, “Try it one more time.” – Author Unknown
  • The Difference Between Perseverance and Obstinacy…

    Anthony Basich
    12 Aug 2014 | 12:08 pm
    The difference between perseverance and obstinacy is that one comes from a strong will, and the other from a strong won’t. – Henry Ward Beecher
  • He Who Trims Himself To Suit Everyone…

    Anthony Basich
    7 Aug 2014 | 8:50 am
    He who trims himself to suit everyone will soon whittle himself away. Raymond Hull
  • Tough Times Don’t Last!

    Anthony Basich
    12 Jul 2014 | 8:08 am
    Tough times don’t last. Tough people do. And they last by working hard through their obstacles and challenges. No matter how tough the going gets, the tough get (and keep on) going. They last by perseverance. They last by self discipline. They last by determination. Sometimes hard luck is just inevitable. But it is your attitude toward your hard luck, and how you react to the situation, that determines what your outcome will be. A great example is a story that comes from “A Tale of Two Men,” by James Allen: I knew two men who, at an early age, lost their hard earned savings of years.
 
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    Personal Excellence

  • “I’ll do this tomorrow.” 5 Procrastination Lies We Tell Ourselves, Debunked

    Celes
    19 Aug 2014 | 10:35 am
    Update Aug 18: The last five seats for our upcoming Anti-Procrastination Course were snapped up very quickly over the weekend and we now have a full class for the upcoming eight-week course! To allow final registrants to join us, I’m allotting a few more seats for final registrants. THIS IS YOUR FINAL CHANCE TO REGISTER, so grab hold of this opportunity!! Read more: Anti-Procrastination Course, Starting Aug 23! Do you have a habit of procrastinating? In my years of working with coachees to bust their procrastination, I’ve found five deep-seated “lies” that we…
  • [FINAL CALL] Ready to Overcome Procrastination—Permanently? Join Anti-Procrastination Course NOW! [Starts Aug 23]

    Celes
    15 Aug 2014 | 3:43 pm
    Update Aug 17: Our class is almost filled up and we have only five three one seat left! Update Aug 18: Our class is now filled up and I’m allotting a few more seats for final registrants. THIS IS YOUR FINAL CHANCE TO REGISTER, so grab hold of this opportunity!! In this course, I’ll be working hand-in-hand with YOU to bust YOUR procrastination issues, once and for all. Are you in or out? If you’re serious about eliminating procrastination and learning the art of becoming 100% motivated in all your goals, this is THE course for you. I don’t know when I’m…
  • Pictures of Latest Singapore PE Readers Meetup (and My 30th Birthday Celebration) on July 27!

    Celes
    3 Aug 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Hi everyone! This is to share the pictures of our latest Singapore PE readers meetup, which was held last Sunday, July 27. This meetup was an informal celebration of my 30th birthday (which is already over) and also a farewell party for Wanxuan, a long-time reader and supporter of PE, who is leaving for China to further her language-teaching career. The meetup was extremely successful, with 40 RSVPs — the highest RSVP we’ve had for any meetup to date! In fact, there were so many RSVPs that I had to close RSVPs and reject interested attendees (sorry Shweta and co; hopefully…
  • The Day I Flew (My Paragliding Experience in Cape Town!)

    Celes
    2 Aug 2014 | 5:03 am
    Hi everyone!! Today, I’m excited to share my paragliding experience when I was in Cape Town last year! This post is LONG overdue, given that I’ve been meaning to write it before I got engaged, married, and all! (Speaking of which, I have yet to share my wedding photos and footage with you guys, so stay tuned!) What is Paragliding? Paragliding is an adventure sport where a person glides through the air using a wide canopy, a fabric wing that’s made up of a large number of interconnected cells. In paragliding, the pilot “takes off” from an elevated position,…
  • Affirmation Challenge Roundup: Reflection, Feedback, and Next Steps Moving Forward!

    Celes
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:55 pm
    This is the roundup for the 15-Day Affirmation Challenge where hundreds of participants around the world gather to practice positive affirmations for 15 days in July 2014! Hi everyone, welcome to the roundup for our 15-Day Affirmation Challenge! :D This is the final post of the challenge, where we do a roundup, reflect on our challenge experience, and post next steps moving forward. 15 Days, 15 Positive Affirmations — Completed After nearly three weeks (with 15 days being active task days and the others being break days) and 15 positive affirmations, we’re now at the…
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    Mazzastick Personal Growth Blog

  • Bashar – Emotional Pain

    Justin Mazza
    18 Aug 2014 | 4:33 am
    With the recent suicide of Robin Williams I decided to see what Bashar had to say about emotional pain and suicide. Questioner: Good day Bashar. Bashar: And to you good day! Q: Thank you for this opportunity. B: Speak up, speak up! Q: Thank you for this opportunity and without getting too dark I have experienced a lot of emotional pain and suicidal feelings in my life. B: How exciting. Q: Quite a rubber band. B: Yes. You do remember what we’ve said about pain? Q: Please elaborate. B: All pain is resistance to the natural self. The longer you resist the true natural you, the more pain…
  • Robin Williams Passes on

    Justin Mazza
    11 Aug 2014 | 8:31 pm
    We lost another great brother today. Robin McLaurin Williams (July 21, 1951 – August 11, 2014) died today died at his Northern California home Monday, law enforcement officials said. Robin allegedly suffered from severe bouts of depression. I recall as a little boy watching Robin Williams portray Mork from Ork on the popular sit-com Mork & Mindy. Robin Williams just had something about him that made you like him. Perhaps it was his wittiness or his character impersonations, I’m not sure but he will be sorely missed by me and by millions of other people on this planet. Thanks…
  • Bashar Talks About Chemtrails

    Justin Mazza
    6 Aug 2014 | 7:44 am
    What are chemtrails? Chemtrails are long-lasting aerosol trails left in the sky by high-flying aircraft which contain chemical or biological agents deliberately sprayed for purposes undisclosed to the general public. Some groups believe that chemtrails are being sprayed to create illness and disease to the populace of the planet unbeknownst to them. There have been found to be many toxic chemicals in the chemtrail spray such as barium and aluminum. There are tons of articles, videos and pics of chemtrails online, so please do your own research and come to your own conclusion as with any topic…
  • Free Online Hypnosis MP3 – Hypnosis Live

    Justin Mazza
    1 Aug 2014 | 7:37 pm
    Does hypnosis really work? Hypnosis can be an incredibly powerful tool for changing your life. You see the posters everywhere: “Lose weight with hypnosis!”, “Stop smoking with hypnosis!” But who really has the time or money to attend weekly sessions with a hypnotherapist? Not to mention the potential embarrassment of the whole experience. Thankfully there is a solution. And it goes by the name of Hypnosis Live. Hypnosis Live is a website dedicated to providing instantly downloadable hypnosis MP3 audio. Just listen in the comfort of your own home — they claim…
  • Tony Robbins – Unleash the Power Within 2014

    Justin Mazza
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:25 pm
    Okay, some of you have read my story about how I became a Tony Robbins student. Long story short, I was just moved out of my father’s basement (17 years ago) and into a little studio apartment. I thought I would be happy to be on my own. Long story short; I wasn’t happy at all. In fact I became a little depressed to say the least. That is until one night, (around 2am because I couldn’t sleep) I happened to be watching a late night Tony Robbins infomercial on QVC. The truth is, I couldn’t fall asleep that night and I was hoping that the infomercial would dull my mind enough so…
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    BAKER THE BRAND DOT COM

  • Trust Your Higher Calling

    Baker
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:21 am
      Trust Your Higher Calling  Trusting your higher calling in life. Is it something you are doing? Many people walk in lives of complete misery in pain not trusting their lifes purpose, and not moving in their highest calling that comes deep within their soul. However, as the consciousness of this planet awakens higher. You are starting [...]
  • What It’s like Having a Book in Many Languages

    Baker
    25 May 2014 | 11:29 am
        What is it like having a book in many languages? Well, to be honest it’s nice to have a book that is in 9 languages worldwide. The teachings I share are beaming a light across the world and its a beautiful sight to be one with. The best part is that its truly [...]
  • Patience

    Baker
    21 Apr 2014 | 9:42 am
      Successful people are patient. They don’t rush. If you noticed many things in life your big dreams take time to manifest. The truth is that as you flow with your true nature of who you are speaking your truth and being the best version of you possible in alignment with source you tap into [...]
  • Your Power Is In The Now

    Baker
    20 Apr 2014 | 8:42 am
      What is this power. Nobody knows. Yet, this power is in the now. It is present within you at all times. It doesn’t come from the past or your future. Your power is now. Taking baby steps to your big dreams is the key. And as you take these steps to climbing, the power [...]
  • Give A Lot

    Baker
    19 Apr 2014 | 4:49 pm
      When you are on your path to fulfilling your big dreams in life you will recognize one common theme. This common theme requires you to switch your mindset from what can I get? To What Can I give? When you dream big and follow your big dreams, you giving a lot is what will [...]
 
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    Making JGB

  • On Creative Processes & Digital Storytelling

    hello
    18 Aug 2014 | 9:26 am
    Making JGB Episode 1 TRANSCRIPT “This was me 5 years ago. I recorded this on a whim, feeling especially inspired to start filming videos documenting the creative process of my passion project called Make Yourself coming to life. And here I am now. 5 years later and I still don’t have anything to show for this documentation project, which is so disappointing and frustrating. It’s not that I haven’t documented though! I have tons of footage and picture evidence of my life story and the creative process I’ve gone through over the years. All this documentation exists and is ready to…
  • Building a Freelancing Business & Website

    hello
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:47 am
    While vacationing back home in Montreal for Canadian Summer, I’ve put a lot of time into building my small business website. I put this page together over the course of a few weeks and am very happy with the result. Here’s hoping this will translate into lots of new client work! Please do share if you know of anyone who might be interested in my services. The biggest challenge was deciding on a business name. I chose JGB Studios as it seems a good name for an ‘umbrella company’ where all my projects can be housed under one name and place. As my business grows I hope to…
  • CHALLENGE | Moderate and Host a live Q&A with band British India

    hello
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:28 pm
    How’s this for a last minute challenge? A friend who works in PR contacted me this morning asking if I could moderate and host a live Q&A interview session with the band British India. Experience: None Willingness: Tons Some of the skill sets I most want to expand upon and get more professional experience are: a) experience on camera b) video hosting c) interviewing So it’s a go! A perfect challenge to get experience and start off a portfolio. More info about the event here: http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/hangout-with-british-india-for-a-live-qa-session/ Join the live hangout…
  • PROJECT: B-School

    JGB
    8 Apr 2014 | 5:39 pm
    Only a day after handing in my resignation to work, my Mom introduced me to Marie Forleo’s B-School. Her 8 week business program had just closed for registration only a week prior and I was beside myself with the bad timing. I read through everything I could find on Marie online and watched all of her video content. I found myself inspired to come across someone with similar passions who was making a living out of life coaching, teaching and social marketing… all things I want to make a living out of! She has personality and drive, she’s positive and makes great online…
  • CHALLENGE | Mindful in May

    JGB
    6 Apr 2014 | 7:19 pm
    I’ve registered for Mindful in May. What is it? Charity initiative, money goes to building clean water wells in developing countries.  Set a personal challenge: Be mindful everyday! 10 minute meditations provided everyday throughout the challenge. Why am I doing it? Recently started meditating, found it to be incredibly useful for my busy life and active mind.  Challenging myself to implement daily meditations. Get better at disconnecting from ‘inner chatter’, learn to ‘let go’ and ‘just be’. How can you get involved? Do the challenge…
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    その男、恋愛がしたい

  • 個人の判断で良いのです

    haethate
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:43 pm
    出会い系サイトは、食べると、簡単なことではあるのでが、ネットで調べてから利用する必要があります。アンドロイド端末機の質は格段に向上し、SNS内で隠語が用いられるケースは平成22年上半期の6.4%と比較して、 説明は必要ないと思いますが、と思っている方がほとんどかもしれませんが、このような出会というのも様々あるんですよね。攻略法を参考にしたうえで、…
  • 当然のことなのです

    haethate
    5 Jul 2014 | 6:33 pm
    当然、どんどんアメリカナイズドされていく日本産業これは大問題です。苦手だからと言って、 ここで我慢して利用を続けることができれば、 当然のことなのです。ですから、、 この人とは合うかもしれない? と思うときというのは、 なんかさ〜男には分からない部分ってあるよね〜。気軽に参加してみてはいかがでしょうか?もっとも、メールの返信も少なくなっていきました。これは他の女性だと話している場合でない、 なので、…
  • それが残念(笑)

    haethate
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:34 pm
    無料の出会い系サイトは、セフレが行うセックスには、彼女に少しでも多く援助したいという気持ちになった。 、 最後に、支払いに応じない場合は職場や自宅に料金を回収に行くと脅してきます。この地道な作業が大切ですよ。 しかし、参加している人達は全員出会いを求めているのです。 初めて会った時、初心者なのでどうせなら無料でと思う人が多いでしょう。…
  • その頃は北海道に住んでたみたい

    haethate
    23 Jun 2014 | 12:36 am
    簡単に不倫相手を探せることを知っているので、 その頃は北海道に住んでたみたい。 すると、 今の俺は、昼寝できん!!』と文句言われたり(笑) 保護者の評価は賛否両論。 いろんな部位の骨折ったりするのは笑える。全てが真実であるなど、少女は売り飛ばされ、援助交際が出来なくなるどころか、 その際に正直に希望するお相手に関して記すことは悪いことではないのですが、迷惑電子メールがきたら、…
  • 笑顔が可愛い人

    haethate
    21 Jun 2014 | 9:32 pm
    トラブルになっているというのだ。 あなただからメールを送ったという言葉に弱いので、利きましたが 写経のハンカチも2枚買い、初めてのマンコの感触を味わう兄は、バスケットボール、毎日お寿司でもいいです。セックスを…
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    News To Live By

  • How to Find a Networking Group That’s Worth Your Time

    Danny Rubin
    19 Aug 2014 | 3:07 am
    It’s time to make introductions. Americans are always on the move. Since our nation’s founding, we have roamed our vast country in search of opportunity or a fresh start. In fact, this interactive map from The New York Times shows where people came from as they entered your own state — dating back to 1800. California in the 20th century? A lot of folks from the Midwest. In our 20s, we also tend to bounce around as we’re not ready to “settle” anywhere. See: Why Every 20-something Should Spend Time in a Big City. Wherever we land, we need a job and…
  • 7 Ways Other People are Productive While You Play Candy Crush

    Danny Rubin
    14 Aug 2014 | 3:19 am
    Productive free time…down the drain. Look, I know you love Candy Crush. We all do. But every time I receive this Facebook notification… [Facebook friend] invites you to play Candy Crush Saga. …I think, “Man, what a time sucker that game is.” The super-addictive app and its red, orange and yellow candies steal precious seconds from our day. OK, just another five minutes and then I’m done. I swear. Well, it might be time to peel your eyes from the screen. King, the maker of Candy Crush Saga, reports people are not spending as much money on the game,…
  • Why Your Reference Letters are Worthless

    Danny Rubin
    12 Aug 2014 | 3:08 am
    Can anyone say something nice about Maureen McDonnell? Anyone at all? Maureen McDonnell could use a solid reference right about now. Instead, the former first lady of Virginia is on trial for corruption alongside her husband, former Governor Bob McDonnell. The two are accused of accepting gifts from Jonnie R. Williams Sr., a well-to-do businessman, in exchange for promoting Williams’ dietary supplement, Anatabloc. During the trial so far, witnesses have called Maureen a “nutbag” and a “train wreck.” Jon Stewart even skewered her on “The Daily Show”…
  • 5 Free Ways to Learn the Life Skills You Need

    NTLB Guest Columnist
    8 Aug 2014 | 4:00 pm
    It’s time you learn to love to code. Today’s guest post comes from Richard Martin, an adjunct communications professor at George Mason University and proud Millennial. Thanks for the post, Richard! – I think the lie we’ve told people in the marketplace is that a degree gets you a job. A degree doesn’t get you a job. What gets you a job is the ability to carry yourself into that room and shake a hand and look someone in the eye and have people skills. These are the things that cause someone to become successful.” –Dave Ramsey, author and radio host As a recent…
  • How to Explain to Your Parents What You Do for a Living

    Danny Rubin
    7 Aug 2014 | 3:04 am
    Your mom…has no idea what you do. If your parents are anything like Robert Samuelson, they’re worried about you. Samuelson, a syndicated columnist, wrote a piece recently in which he hoped his kids turn out OK despite our difficult economy. “I have three 20-somethings, and although all are now gainfully occupied in jobs or school, I am awash in anxiety about their future. Will jobs be there? Will they be stable? Will they pay enough? Will they encourage our children to start families of their own?” The less parents know about our jobs, the more nervous they become.
 
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    Embrace The Chaos

  • How to Overcome Fear: 15 Ways to Break Free and Move Forward

    Bob Miglani
    20 Aug 2014 | 8:31 am
    We fear the unknown, the unpredictable, the randomness. We fear a dead end job. We fear a low salary in a field we’re about to pursue. We fear losing a loved one. We fear a business climate filled with turbulence, change and disruption. We fear a life without meaning. We fear failure. Fear sucks the Continue reading...
  • How to Adapt to Change in the Workplace: 6 Tips to Gain Control and Move Forward

    Bob Miglani
    19 Jun 2014 | 8:38 am
    A sudden, unexpected event happens that forces us to change how we work, what we think of our career aspiration and our life. A change in the workplace policies or practices, a change in the relationship we had with our boss or our co-workers or a shock to the overall business from a competitor or Continue reading...
  • 4 Traits of a Strong Mind

    Bob Miglani
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:45 am
    A young man was walking in New York City and approached an older gentleman asking, “Sir, how do I get to Carnegie Hall?”. The older man responded as he walked away with a smile, “Practice my boy. Practice.”…or so goes the tale. Like most things in life, if we want to become really good at Continue reading...
  • How to Become More Resilient: 5 Ways to Learn to Bounce Back

    Bob Miglani
    11 Mar 2014 | 5:46 pm
    Comfort can be nice. But these days, it’s good to be prepared for the ups and downs we all face or will face eventually. “Comfort is the enemy of achievement.” – Farrah Gray What I have realized is that while we should be grateful for each and every “normal” and “boring” day, we should make Continue reading...
  • How to Move Forward When You Feel Negative About Yourself: 3 Ways to Get Going Right Now

    Bob Miglani
    31 Jan 2014 | 7:16 am
    Winters are tough for me. I look at the year ahead and know that I’m supposed to be working on fresh new goals.  But it’s tough getting motivated. Feeling lethargic, I tend to procrastinate, often feeling negative about myself.  Trading old habits for new ones can be daunting.  Losing weight, taking a new career step, Continue reading...
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    The Code of Extraordinary Change

  • Finding Your Backbone and Getting Back in The Arena

    Steve Errey
    20 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    I don’t have to tell you how tough life can be. But to demonstrate my remarkable grasp of the obvious, I’m going to. Life can be fucking tough sometimes The people I work with are trying to break out of old patterns and make something wonderful happen, and many are hitting the same old walls time and time again. The walls that stop them from doing the stuff they’d love to be doing, because they’re worried about whether they’ll screw it up, worried that people close to them will see them fail, or worried that they don’t have what it takes. So they dance…
  • Debunkapalooza 2014 Wrap-up

    Steve Errey
    17 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    Over the last few weeks I’ve debunked 7 HUGE myths about confidence, the kind of stuff that ends up confusing the crap out of people and can get really bloody messy if you’re not careful. So here’s the wrap-up of Debunkapalooza 2014 – one place where you can come to get your myth busting, confidence building fix (you might want to bookmark it). Click each link for the corresponding article where you can dig a little deeper into the debunking goodness. Enjoy! Myth 1 – Confident People Are Less Afraid A confident person who doesn’t feel fear isn’t a confident…
  • Debunking Myths 7: Confident People Are Always Sure of Themselves

    Steve Errey
    13 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    Bush and Blair were convinced that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Harold Camping was fairly adamant the world would end in 2012 in line with Mayan prophecy. In 2007, Ben Bernanke rubbished the idea that the sub-prime mortgage market was an accident waiting to happen. Just three examples of people who seemed pretty damn sure of themselves, but were entirely, entirely wrong. Last year I was running a mammoth project for a huge client (their name rhymes with Shmoogle), a potential innovation and undertaking that would make a huge splash, but in an area that I knew pretty much…
  • Debunking Myths 6 – Confident People Get Their Own Way All the Time

    Steve Errey
    6 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    Being something of a control freak, I love getting my own way. When plans fall into place as I envisaged, and when people follow the plans I’ve laid out, it feels pretty sweet. It makes me feel like I really know my shit, and there’s a little power trip that might ultimately leads to me sitting in a hollowed-out volcano holding the world to ransom with a dastardly plan to blow up the moon. But that way isn’t my path. Basing your approach to life around the principle of “my way or the highway” is peachy if you’re Frank Sinatra or heading up the FSB. For the…
  • Debunking Myths 5 – You’re Either Confident Or You’re Not

    Steve Errey
    29 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    I must have been around 7 years old when my primary school teacher asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I reflected for a moment and torn between two options I said “I’m not sure. Either an artist or an inventor.” I had two pictures in my head. One was me in a huge, light-filled studio; canvasses, oil paints and energy everywhere as I was swept along by the magnificent work of art I was creating. The other featured me in a lab coat, crazy-haired and surrounded by bubbling test tubes and walls of equipment with blinking lights as I used all I knew to build Something…
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    Love Guide by Dr Prem

  • How to get your ex back?

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    31 Jul 2014 | 5:24 am
    Being hopelessly in love is not a nice feeling when you have just broken up. It isn’t all that easy to get over an ex bf and move on. It takes a whole lot of effort, bravery and courage to go on. However, what if you guys are meant to be together? Maybe, you should try getting back to them and see if things work out. It may turn out to be fine after all! However, this is a tricky issue. For, how should you go ahead with this risky venture? It may or may not turn out to be fine. There is a good chance that it will simply backfire. What will you do then? How on earth should you be approaching…
  • Overcoming Awkwardness on the First Night of Marriage

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    31 Jul 2014 | 4:49 am
    Marriages are a big deal in India and getting married is an even bigger deal. However, the biggest dilemma of all is the first night of marriage. For, most Indians are brought up as virgins and are thoroughly fed that sex is a bad thing unless you are married. Hence, once you get married, it becomes difficult to get comfortable with the so called bad sex. Firstly, one needs to get comfortable with each other and then later, one can get comfortable having sex. It is not a bad idea to read up a little before you get married. Here are a few tips that will help you out – Get Comfortable with…
  • How to Handle a Teenage Breakup

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    31 Jul 2014 | 2:55 am
    Teenage is indeed one of the most critical stages in one’s life. A teenager is over sensitive, innocent, immature, and extremely emotional. All these traits teenagers especially portray when they suffer heartbreak. Teenage is the age when the first love of life begins, that feeling is just amazing as one feels like being on top of the world. Everything seems so romantic and fun-filled that time just flies. However, when it comes to heartbreak, when they get dumped or when they do not get the love back as they had expected, it is painful for them to deal with it. As teenagers are over…
  • Love as emotion and the other side

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    31 Jul 2014 | 1:08 am
    Those of you who have ever been or in love know that it’s a feeling so pure and divine that makes you cry, laugh, dance of for that matter, scream many a times in ecstasy. A thousand feelings in an interval of seconds and you feel nothing short of flying and touching horizons and waking up in seventh haven. However, the question is whether its fate that makes you fall in love with a particular person or as we call it the science behind falling in love. Anyone who has ever fallen in love knows that the feeling is like being dizzy and crazily happy at the same time. However, this feeling…
  • The Pros and Cons of Online Dating

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    30 Jul 2014 | 11:52 pm
    When it involves on-line dating, you need to 1st raise yourself to what you’re yearning for. Are you yearning for somebody to be your friend in hopes that one thing additional develops. Are you into simply a hook-up? Are you yearning for your lover however notice that you’re going to see a variety of individuals to seek out that match, aren’t you? Some of us are shallow minded, they require somebody with sure appearance, height, physical attributes, and hair and eye colour, somebody nice to see. Okay, however those aren’t what build a lover, you will need over that. I used…
 
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    The Start of Happiness

  • The Link Between Self-Responsibility and Success

    Yitzchak Young
    1 Aug 2014 | 5:40 am
    What determines our success? What is it that decides whether or not we make it big in life? Is it simply that some are born geniuses while others are fated to a life of mediocrity?“The moment we believe that success is determined by an ingrained level of ability as opposed to resilience and hard work; we will be brittle in the face of adversity.” – Josh WaitzkinEverything is a matter of perspective. Our common perception usually offers only a narrow view of reality, and even then, many of us will conjure up thoughts and ideas that couldn’t be further from the truth. Our perspective is…
  • 5 Ways a Psychic Reading Could Improve Your Life

    Jonathan McBride
    30 Jul 2014 | 5:32 pm
    Call it intuition, but some women believe in getting spiritual and practical guidance from others.  Clairvoyants, palm readers, and psychics call upon ‘extrasensory’ powers to provide others with help and sometimes answer long, unsolved questions.If you’re on the fence about getting the lines on your hands traced to helpful insights, consider the following benefits of visiting a palm reader, clairvoyant, and psychic service. Below I outline 5 ways a psychic reading could improve your life. RelationshipsWho has the answer to relationships?  In modern society, about half of…
  • How Do I Stop Procrastinating?

    Justin Mazza
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    I am a personal growth blogger and coach and the number one question I get asked by my readers is, “How do I stop procrastinating?”Procrastination is defined as the act of putting off more urgent tasks in favor of less important, more pleasurable tasks.We all do this. I do and so do you.The key to ending procrastination is to act in the present moment regardless if you feel like it.I know, this sounds overly simplistic, but it works for me every time.I don’t like the feeling of having important tasks and projects building up on my to do list. It creates a heavy, stuck feeling which…
  • Why I Quit My Job to Travel

    Adrian Landsberg
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:15 pm
    On the 18th of October 2013 I walked out the doors of my 10 + year job. It was also 2 days before my 30th birthday.One week later I left the country for 6 months.I didn't just wake up and think “Right I have to get out of here” like some people out there. I did a little bit of planning. Why I Quit My JobWhy would I quit a good paying job with security?I needed some freedom. Even if it was only for 6 months, I needed to experience what it was like to not have to wake up to an alarm and be able to go do what I wanted to do, for an extended period.I wanted to try this entrepreneurial…
  • 8 Benefits of Hugging and How You Can Change the World

    Brendan Baker
    14 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    “A hug is a universal medicine, it is how we handshake from the heart”.  -AnonymousHow good is hugging?! Seriously, we all need to hug more. The good thing is, hugging is free, you can do it anytime, and it is the perfect way to not only put a smile on your own face, but also put a smile on the face of another person!Hugging is Number 12 on the 43 Habits of Absolutely Happy People (AKA the Happiness Manifesto). There are so many benefits to hugging and I will get to these shortly. However, I firstly wanted to highlight the story of a man who has changed the world through…
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    Regain Your Time

  • Is Your System Missing Any of These 5 Productivity Tools?

    info@regainyourtime.com (Maura Thomas, RegainYourTime.com)
    4 Aug 2014 | 5:00 am
    In order to be productive, you need the right components. And there are more high-tech tools than ever before. Choosing among them can be dizzying, but there are really only a few things you need to remember. Productivity Tools One, your productivity tools have to be ones you will actually use. You have to know […] The post Is Your System Missing Any of These 5 Productivity Tools? appeared first on Regain Your Time.
  • The Most Important Question Before Taking Notes

    info@regainyourtime.com (Maura Thomas, RegainYourTime.com)
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:08 pm
    Why Are You Taking Notes? This seems like a simple question, and yet most people don’t consider it, they just grab their pad or notebook and head to the next meeting, or class. Some people find that it’s the biggest deterrent to going paperless. There is a good reason for taking notes, but doing it […] The post The Most Important Question Before Taking Notes appeared first on Regain Your Time.
  • How to be More Productive by Lunchtime: 15 Tips

    info@regainyourtime.com (Maura Thomas, RegainYourTime.com)
    6 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    What did you really accomplish last week? If you can’t remember doing anything that matters amid all the email and other busywork, it’s time to power up your productivity habits. Here’s list of 15 tips from my Empowered Productivity System to help you learn how to be more productive. Fight email overload Stop the onslaught. […] The post How to be More Productive by Lunchtime: 15 Tips appeared first on Regain Your Time.
  • 5 Best Travel Accessories from an Occasional Road Warrior

    info@regainyourtime.com (Maura Thomas, RegainYourTime.com)
    16 Jun 2014 | 4:14 am
    What to Pack? Travel Gear You Need for Productivity and Convenience There are times when I’m on the road a lot. To maintain balance, I try to arrange my schedule so that I have at least one full week at home every month. The other three weeks I’m usually in airports and hotels about 2-3 […] The post 5 Best Travel Accessories from an Occasional Road Warrior appeared first on Regain Your Time.
  • Improve Your Culture – Control Corporate Email

    info@regainyourtime.com (Maura Thomas, RegainYourTime.com)
    2 Jun 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Think a Ban on After-Hours Email is Crazy? Think Again. For years, I suggested to my clients that they consider having corporate policies for after hours email. Portable technology plus bad user habits contribute to an “always-on” environment that is bad for employees and bad for the businesses that employ them. My clients thought I […] The post Improve Your Culture – Control Corporate Email appeared first on Regain Your Time.
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    Big Picture. Fine Focus.

  • Lucky Laundry?!? #lifestyle #choose2matter #liveoutloudeveryday

    Big Picture. Fine Focus.
    19 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Does this look familiar? This is certainly a familiar site in our house. Some days it can feel like just as we finish one load, there is another one to do. To be honest, laundry sucks until you realize that it is actually a gift in disguise. Yes, you read correctly. See folks, the only way that you have laundry to do is if you have clothes and if you have clothes, then you are far more blessed than you realize. Laundry is very much like the challenges and/or circumstances of life. It can pile up and before we know it, we are overwhelmed. What looks like a scary mound staring us in the face…
  • This Week’s Menu #foodielove #nomnom #foodie

    Big Picture. Fine Focus.
    18 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    For even more meal ideas and recipes, check out my EVERYDAY GOURMET board on pinterest dedicated to deliciousness (if I do say so myself:))! Tagged: art, Cuisine, Food, health, recipes
  • This Week in Photos: SOUL FOOD #liveoutloudeveryday #youmatter #livelovelife

    Big Picture. Fine Focus.
    16 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
          LOLE Life Classes are back! Join us this Tuesday August 19th for a morning of Unleashing Greatness at LOLE ATELIER OAKVILLE….It’s FREE!!!! @lolewomen #liveoutloudeveryday This is one of my FAVOURITE books and one that will help you #liveoutloudeveryday! Love @soulpancake My morning tea had this message for me:) (Pictured: One of my favourite @DeanAndDeLuca mugs) Nature’s beauty never gets old! My daily mantra: TODAY IS A GOOD DAY:) (Pillow available @chaptersindigo) A little field trip led to finding this little slice of heaven… My Summer Smoothie…
  • 373 Days Ago, My Life Changed… #choose2matter #liveoutloudeveryday #leadership

    Big Picture. Fine Focus.
    12 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Just over a year ago, after watching the movie “Julie and Julia,” I gave myself a challenge. For the next 365 days, I challenged myself to take one photo each day of life’s adventures and experiences. Why? Because so often we get so focused on our goals and pursuing the next thing (relationship, career opportunity, house, car, outfit, etc.) that we miss out on the amazing moments that happen in between. I wanted to become more present to the presence of God in the everyday. The original challenge. 373 days later (and counting), I am in utter awe as I reflect upon the past…
  • This Week’s Menu #foodiechats #nomnom #foodie

    Big Picture. Fine Focus.
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
      For more recipes or meal ideas, please visit Everyday Gourmet Tagged: everyday gourmet, Food, Healthy Living, Meal Ideas, nutrition, Organic Living, Recipe, whole living
 
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    FeelingSuccess

  • Sam Walton

    Darcy Hayer
    20 Aug 2014 | 10:20 am
    Born: March 29, 1918, Oklahoma, US | Successful For: Entrepreneur (Walmart) | Zodiac Sign: Aries “I have always been driven to buck the system, to innovate, to take things beyond where they’ve been. - Sam Walton Inner Keys to Success: TRAITS OF LEADERSHIP, PAVE THE WAY: Walmart founder, Sam Walton is a natural born leader. During 8th grade, Sam became the youngest Eagle Scout in the state’s history. Sam was voted “Most Versatile Boy” upon graduating from high school. After graduating with a BA in economics he was voted the permanent president. Ambitious to make…
  • Diego Maradona

    Michael Sanghara
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:03 pm
    Born: October 30, 1960, Buenos Aires Argentina | Successful For: Soccer Legend | Zodiac Sign: Scorpio “When people succeed, it is because of hard work. Luck has nothing to do with success.” - Diego Maradona Inner Keys to Success: THROUGH ADVERSITY, STAND TALL AND BE PROUD OF WHO YOU ARE: One of the most outspoken figures in history, Diego Maradona was and never is afraid to say exactly what is on his mind. He is considered one of the most controversial and newsworthy athletes and was suspended from football in 91’ after failing a drug test, he was sent home in 94’ after testing…
  • Theordore Roosevelt Quotes

    Michael Sanghara
    19 Aug 2014 | 12:18 pm
    “Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” - Theodore Roosevelt
  • Brilliant Concept: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Michael Sanghara
    19 Aug 2014 | 12:06 pm
    Hate it or love it, the concept works generating over 15 million for the cause. Clever on many different levels. Creating awareness is the best way to bring about global change. It has stickiness as its clearly gone viral and everyone wants to see the reactions. Everyone involved is having fun and feeling a sense of contribution. Others are donating. Let’s face it: The ice challenge is genius! The ripple effect of the ice bucket challenge has stormed the entire world and for good reason, awareness for ALS and direct donations for those not participating. Viral can be a term often…
  • Rick Ross

    Darcy Hayer
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Born: January 28, 1976, Mississippi, US | Successful For: Hip Hop Artist | Zodiac Sign: Aquarius “Everyday is a new opportunity to reach that goal. - Rick Ross Inner Keys to Success: ACT LIKE A ‘BOSS’ TO BECOME A ‘BOSS’ : Rick Ross is known to have some of the classiest hip hop lyrics in the game, and therefore tends to keep attracting that type of lifestyle. In fact, his whole record label is called “Maybach Music Group,” a car that’s a direct representation of success. Many of his songs, including Rich Forever, Triple Beam Dream, and Rich…
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    Life Passion Change

  • Sun Sign Astrology

    admin
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:43 pm
    Most of you guys probably don’t know that I’m also interested in astrology and have written a few articles for a wonderful website called Sunsigns.org. This website focuses on different kinds of astrology. For those interested in the subject, please check it out. Here’s a link to some of my articles. I hope you enjoy it and share!   The post Sun Sign Astrology appeared first on Life Passion Change .
  • This Video May Change Your Life and Career

    admin
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:29 pm
    This video is very inspirational for those that are tired of doing the same thing every day. If you’re interested in astrology it’s a definite must see.   The post This Video May Change Your Life and Career appeared first on Life Passion Change .
  • Happy Holidays!

    admin
    24 Dec 2013 | 9:30 am
    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Life Passion Change! The post Happy Holidays! appeared first on Life Passion Change .
  • 4 Ways to Beat Writers Block

    admin
    23 Dec 2013 | 9:34 pm
    Sometimes it can be hard to find your voice. You may feel as though you have nothing to say. And even when you do have something to say, you can’t find the right words to say it.   I have gone through long stretches of time when I felt like I was totally blocked without a thing to say. So what do you do when you’re feeling blocked? Read on to find out.   1.Take a break  It’s OK to take a break from time to time. Sometimes we need to take the time to recharge and really thing about what is important to us and what would be important to our audience.Churning out a…
  • I’m still here : )

    admin
    23 Nov 2013 | 3:59 pm
    Thank you to everyone who is sticking with. I’m a work in progress still taking the journey to live my passion and become better everyday.   The post I’m still here : ) appeared first on Life Passion Change .
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    Achieve the Green Beret Way

  • Are You Sick of Your Goal?

    Michael Martel
    10 Aug 2014 | 4:16 pm
    This is the final post on the series on burnout. By this point, you’ve read a lot of causes of burnout and many suggestions for combating it. Are you still wondering why you get a headache every time you think about working on your goal? Sometimes our goals seem fine. They’re measurable, we put a […] The post Are You Sick of Your Goal? appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

    Michael Martel
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:03 pm
    Continuing on with the burnout series. What to do? Burnout can often come when you are so overwhelmed with information, possibilities, and ideas that you have no idea where to go next. It’s like planning a vacation, but you’re not sure where you want to go, when you want to leave or return, how you […] The post What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • Do You Suffer from a Lack of Vision

    Michael Martel
    9 Jul 2014 | 10:52 am
    Lack of Vision Continuing on with our series on beating burnout. So you feel like you’re making progress, and you regularly take breaks to let your batteries recharge, but you still feel a general malaise and a lack of motivation. What gives? The answer may lie in your end goal. You may think, “I know […] The post Do You Suffer from a Lack of Vision appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • How to Beat a Lack of Progress

    Michael Martel
    29 Jun 2014 | 5:35 pm
    We are moving on with our series on overcoming burnout. Are You Suffering From a Lack of Progress? There’s a reason that a hamster running on a wheel inside a mesh cage has become western civilization’s icon of a wasted, purposeless life. Who wants to work so hard, day after day, just to remain in […] The post How to Beat a Lack of Progress appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • Burnout

    Michael Martel
    22 Jun 2014 | 5:46 pm
    Here’s a series on burnout that I have permission to print here. High achievers are at the biggest risk for burnout. I have seen it everywhere – on SF teams, in business, in school. Burnout Burnout is like pornography; you may not be able to define it, but you definitely know it when you see […] The post Burnout appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
 
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    Married with Luggage

  • Is Middle-Aged Love Still Hot? (Podcast #76: with author Jenna McCarthy)

    Warren
    20 Aug 2014 | 3:07 am
    Episode 76 comes to you from beautiful Marvão, Portugal. Today we’re talking about middle-aged love…is it still hot many years into a relationship? Stay tuned for a funny and insightful episode. I’m officially middle-aged. I don’t need drugs anymore, thank God. I can get the same effect just by standing up real fast.” ~ Jonathan Katz […]
  • Fighting About Money? Cut It Out! (and we’ll show you how on this free webcast)

    Betsy
    19 Aug 2014 | 3:00 am
    Believe it or not, you aren’t alone. Judging from the number of signups we’ve already gotten for this webcast, fighting about money is a big issue for a lot of couples. On Saturday, August 23 at noon Eastern we aren’t going to solve your money problems, but we ARE going to show you a better […]
  • Podcast #75: Our First Trip to a Naturist Beach (+ the naked truth about trying new things together)

    Betsy
    13 Aug 2014 | 3:42 am
    Episode 75 comes to you from sunny Spain. Today we’re going to talk about trying new things with your partner, and just to make our point we went to a naked beach together. Stay tuned for the nitty gritty details (get it? sand? nitty gritty? we crack ourselves up!) When I was growing up, in […]
  • An Old-Fashioned Love Story with a Modern Twist (Episode #74 with Sarah K. Peck)

    Betsy
    6 Aug 2014 | 3:05 am
    Episode 74 comes to you today from our casa in Andalucia Spain. Today we’re talking about about how to bring some old-fashioned courtship into today’s busy modern relationships. And BOY do we have a love story for you! More than kisses, letters mingle souls.”~ John Donne Show Notes How many old-fashioned habits do you have in […]
  • Getting a Second Chance at Love (Podcast #73 – Michelle Steinke)

    Warren
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:42 am
    Episode #73 comes to you from sunny Spain. We’re talking about second chances at love and how to move forward. Sometimes life gives you a second chance, or even two! Not always, but sometimes. It’s what you do with those second chances that counts.” ~ Dave Wilson Show Notes Imagine if we only had one […]
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    Shift into Balance

  • It’s all temporary

    Anna Papalia
    13 Aug 2014 | 4:38 pm
    Shift into Balance - Life & Career Coaching for Professionals There are times in our lives when we have to move on when we are perfectly content, when nothing is wrong and when we have no reason to leave beside the one we create for ourselves. Friends of mine just moved half way across the country because they want to be closer to mountains so they can ski regularly but it was an excruciatingly hard decision to leave all their of friends and neighbors. One of my client’s loves the company she works for but there is no room for her to advance so she must move on to a new job. When my…
  • Nobody wants to hear you complain

    Anna Papalia
    6 Aug 2014 | 2:01 pm
    Shift into Balance - Life & Career Coaching for Professionals You know those people who complain about everything. No matter how great things are they always find something to complain about. Or is that you? Do you complain more than you’d like? Let me tell you, nobody wants to hear you complain. Nobody. Not even other complainers, they don’t even wanna hear it. Nobody wants to hear you complain. It’s my opinion that people complain when they feel powerless to fix their situation. The next time you find yourself complaining ask yourself, “What can I do besides complaining to…
  • Two career questions everyone should ask

    Anna Papalia
    30 Jul 2014 | 12:55 pm
    Shift into Balance - Life & Career Coaching for Professionals Are you unhappy at work? Are you struggling to figure out why you are unhappy? Often when we are unhappy it’s hard to figure out why because when we are unhappy it colors our view and makes everything seem awful. If you are struggling with career unhappiness, and you can’t see the metaphoric forest from the trees may I suggest making t very simple with these two career questions everyone should ask. Question 1- Do you like your job? (Meaning the actual work you do, your day-to-day job, your tasks, the projects that…
  • One step at a time

    Anna Papalia
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:24 pm
    Shift into Balance - Life & Career Coaching for Professionals You can achieve your goals one step at a time. I won’t do it. I can’t do it. I want to do it. How do I do it? I’ll try to do it. I can do it. I will do it. YES, I DID IT! -Shift into Balance Life & Career Coaching for Professionals 215-901-3088- Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive new posts by email. Shift into Balance - Life & Career Coaching for Professionals
  • Is money worth it?

    Anna Papalia
    16 Jul 2014 | 1:16 pm
    Shift into Balance - Life & Career Coaching for Professionals We work for money but often the work that we do costs us more than the money we make. Your job may suck the life right out of you. Is money worth it? Your boss may make you crazy. Is money worth it? You may put your life on hold until you get a raise or a bonus. Is money worth it? You may do illegal things, put yourself in harms way and jeopardize everything. Is money worth it? What are you sacrificing for money? What are you missing out on just for money? What are you prioritizing over money? Is money everything to you? Is it…
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    Simple Life Strategies

  • A 10 Minute Activity to Get Your Life Back on Track

    Zoë B
    5 Aug 2014 | 8:19 pm
    Here’s the thing about Life. It just happens. That is…unless you make a conscious decision to create what you want. So I’ve got a question for you. What do YOU want? Simple. And yet these four short words are seldom uttered. What do YOU want? Do you know? Do you even have an inkling? Because most of us don’t. But what we don’t realize is what this is costing us. This lack of clarity is costing us success. It’s costing us happiness. And it’s costing us fulfillment in life. And all because we don’t know the answer to those four words. Don’t worry. It’s not your fault. You…
  • This is Your Greatest Human Strength. Are You Using it?

    Zoë B
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Just what is your greatest human strength? Is it intelligence, the ability to create strong relationships, good old fashioned humour or even courage? Is it your unabashed culinary skills, your ability to win any argument or your knack for hunting out the best bargain from the bargain bin? J Professor Roy Baumeister would argue that it’s none of the above. In-fact he’s been studying this stuff since 1978, (during which time he released a mere 31 books). So in a nutshell, this guy knows what he’s talking about. I was lucky enough to attend a workshop with the man himself at the Happiness…
  • If You’re Stuck in a Job that’s Not Inspiring You, It’s Probably Because of This.

    Zoë B
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Have you ever found yourself working in a job that isn’t inspiring you? Maybe it used to excite you, but now it feels like there’s something missing? Maybe now, instead of leaping out of bed each morning, you catch yourself wondering what else you could be doing… What else is out there, that doesn’t involve being stuck on the corporate treadmill… in the frantic rat race…? I mean you’re smart right? You have a brain for gods sake! So why do you find yourself repeating the same day over and over again…like groundhog day…not moving forward? Here’s the thing about human…
  • 25 Relaxation Tips for Overachievers

    Zoë B
    7 Jul 2014 | 5:57 pm
    —————————————————————————————————————– Discover Your Passion: book a free 30 minute skype strategy session here>>…
  • What to Do When it All Goes to Pieces

    Zoë B
    30 Jun 2014 | 4:05 pm
    It happens to us all. We have ‘one of those weeks.’ Where the seemingly stable ground is whipped from beneath us and before we know it we’re freefalling through uncertainty. I don’t know about you, but it always seems to sneak up on me when I’m not looking. It’s usually when things are going great, everything’s amazing and life is just flowing. And then out of nowhere. BOOM. Something happens that changes everything. And we go into meltdown. The self-doubt appears. The ‘what ifs’ rear their ugly heads. And we’re left questioning. Why me? Why now? Just why? I had one of…
 
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    Think Smarter World

  • The Triangle of Truth

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    19 Aug 2014 | 5:13 am
    pragmatism |ˈpragməˌtizəm| An approach that assesses the truth of meaning of theories or beliefs in terms of the success of their practical application. We become more pragmatic when we learn through experiencing contrasts and differences. The best outcome is when we keep what works and discard what doesn’t.  We then repeat that cycle to ensure we are improving and upgrading and not becoming stale . The process is one of compromise, and too many in our society have lost that ability. The reason is that we have different opinions of what works or what is necessary.  It’s our filters…
  • Seeing the Oneness of our Reality – Part One

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    15 Aug 2014 | 7:06 am
    We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world. – The Buddha In this five part series, we will explore the meaning of Oneness – the concept of one interconnected consciousness that gives rise to all beings and matter. There is no self and the other, they are one and the same. In my opinion, it is the understanding and experience of Oneness that is the key ingredient necessary for us to progress forward as individuals and for society to solve its biggest problems. Think about it, progress on any of the major issues we face –…
  • If the World were 100 People

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    8 Aug 2014 | 6:11 am
    The 100 People Foundation’s website www.100people.org is an amazing and wonderful effort to help us understand who makes up the 7 billion people on the planet at this time and the issues and challenges everyone faces (specifically – water, food, transportation, health, economy, education, energy, shelter, war, and waste).  It is one of the most interesting educational and social consciousness raising efforts that I have seen. The group states their mission as follows: Picture this complex world simply – the world as 100 people. 7 billion of us share this planet. Who are we?
  • Step Out of Your Container

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    4 Aug 2014 | 8:30 am
    Don’t let whatever container that surrounds you, shape you. Our life circumstances, where we live, our particular job, the school we go to all have the effect of shaping us in unintended ways. When you put water in a container, a glass for example, it easily conforms to the boundaries of that container. Human beings (who ironically just happen to be made of up to 70% water), often end up experiencing the same thing. We need to fight those artificial restrictions and regain our fluidity and shapelessness. We need to outgrow the boundaries of our childhood and upbringing. Isn’t it…
  • MeaningfulContent.Org recognizes Think Smarter World!

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    1 Aug 2014 | 12:56 pm
    I was very happy to learn that MeaninfulContent.Org chose to recognize Think Smarter World for its high quality content. MeaningfulContent.Org explains their mission to recognize and gain wider attention for the web’s best content: “MeaningfulContent.org is a philanthropic venture from Sharethrough that’s helping storytelling evolve. By putting paid distribution dollars behind the web’s best stories, we hope to shift the focus of the Internet and its users toward content that enriches our lives. This group emerged in response to two primary observations of the state of content…
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    create-the-dream.com

  • Silence is Golden When It Is Productive

    Camilla Carboni
    27 Jul 2014 | 8:56 am
    It’s been a few weeks since I posted and I have a good reason for that, I promise. You know how life sometimes gets in the way? Well it has, but while it’s been distracting it has also been eyeopening and new and exciting things have lined up on the horizon. Just typical! And that’s exactly why one should never give up in the midst of trying–as the proverb goes, “it’s always darkest just before the dawn.” During my silence I have been busy. Redefining and reflecting. It’s a good principle to follow every couple of months. Goals are there to be…
  • Tell Your Story

    Camilla Carboni
    21 Jun 2014 | 10:23 am
    Did you know that when I was a young girl I spent hours drawing plans of houses? I thought I wanted to be an architect, but I struggled with algebra. My math teacher couldn’t understand how someone with a perfect geometry score couldn’t grasp the algebra basics and I started to realize that my mind functioned differently. I thought in conceptualization. I wanted to create things. It’s no surprise that I’m committed to helping others create the lives of their dreams through Create-The-Dream today. There is something touching, inspiring and intriguing about stories. Not…
  • How To Silence Those Inner Voices

    Camilla Carboni
    12 Jun 2014 | 3:14 pm
    You’d think the little voices in our head would be on our side, but truthfully they’re not always. They might think they are, trying so thoughtfully to protect us from the bold, adventurous moves we wish we’d make. They act as guardian angels, placing a precautionary blanket around us and a safety net below us to prevent our determined actions from crashing us down. They’re words of comfort, with good intentions, only they prohibit us from breaking through the realms of our fears into a world were our dreams can actually exist. Every successful person knows that while…
  • Book Review: The Top 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and The Middle Class

    Camilla Carboni
    6 Jun 2014 | 4:02 pm
    A simple read with a very powerful message, Keith Cameron Smith’s The Top 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class, clearly shows that perspective distinguishes the rich from the rest of us. Did you hear that? It’s not talent, skill, family line or anything other than a slight change of perspective that can make the difference in moving from the 98% to the 2%–the millionaire club. Smith shows you how to begin thinking and acting like a millionaire in 112 incredibly easy to read pages, covering the important topics of: Long term vs. short term thinking Ideas…
  • Information Overload

    Melissa VanDover
    4 Jun 2014 | 6:28 pm
    We are all on information overload, basically we’re consuming too much information at a ridiculous rate. Information has a good side and a bad side, unfortunately most of us take in too much of the bad side. The Bad Side: Status updates from a person we went to high school with who is mad at the world. A really bad TV show that we watched just because it was on. A news story about an arrest in a state halfway around the country. The Good Side: Knowledge about something you’re studying. A book that relaxes and relieves stress. Happy news stories. There are several side effects of…
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    Achieving Fit. » Blog

  • Do What You Want

    Terressa Dotson
    4 Aug 2014 | 3:00 am
    Make this week awesome! Do something no one expected of you.
  • My Week in a Glass

    Terressa Dotson
    3 Aug 2014 | 8:49 am
    Blog posts are minimal, but I hope my lack of clips outside of my car shows you how busy it was. But a good one. It was a good week. Work hard, never give up. See you tomorrow!
  • Hump Day Workout!

    Terressa Dotson
    30 Jul 2014 | 4:16 am
    As promised, heres a good mid-week workout to get your blood pumping What You Need: yoga mat weights (5-10 lbs should work) a chair your body Phase One 3×12 push ups 3×15 squats with shoulder press 3×12 side lunges with bicep curl 3×15 back lunges with candlestick raise jumping jacks 30 sec burpees 30 sec mountain climbers 30 sec rest 30 sec Phase Two 3×15 traveling push ups 3×20 walking lunges 3×15 chair step ups with hammer curl 3×12 front lunges with side shoulder raise jump lunges 30 sec sumo squat jacks 30 sec skiers 30 sec rest 30 sec See you guys…
  • How To Keep Yourself Accountable

    Terressa Dotson
    29 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    It seems easy, make a goal and then work to accomplish it. But we all know that the second you say “I’m going to start working out tomorrow” is the second your tomorrow will never come. It’s honestly a get-up-and-just-do-it scenario. Every time. If there’s something you want to do to make your life healthier, it’s hard to look past the excuses. I personally think it’s because we look for the aesthetic part of a situation in hopes it will keep us accountable. Whatever you decide is important to you, whether it’s loose weight, eat healthier, get…
  • Feel Good Friday! (Saturday)

    Terressa Dotson
    26 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
 
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    NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim

  • A Glossary to 8 Powerful NLP Techniques

    Jacky Lim
    8 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    In our very first blog post, we explored and learned what NLP is about and how it works as a powerful catalyst in self-transformation and in attaining a holistic makeover. In it, we tackled the facets, the influential components and we even provided you some simple NLP exercises that can influence the results and outcomes in your life in a very enlightening manner. Not to mention that we have also given you a preview on some out of the ordinary NLP techniques. Surely, it was a first post packed with NLP basics. But for sure, you are left hanging and screaming for more insights on these NLP…
  • Learn the Secrets to the Road to Happiness

    Jacky Lim
    11 Jul 2014 | 3:29 am
    I found this inspiring quote on happiness – “Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if only one remembers to turn on the light.” So is happiness like a light bulb that you can turn on with just a flick of a switch? Image source: http://edge.neocha.com/ A lot of people think that happiness is uncontrollable and dependent on external factors that influence your state of mind. But this really is not the case. NLP challenges this notion and actually fosters that creating and experiencing happiness is a choice and you can actually make it happen when you want it. It opens up…
  • Learn the Secrets to Successful Selling

    Jacky Lim
    19 Jun 2014 | 11:35 pm
    When you are in the field of selling, whether as a top executive entrepreneur, marketing person, sales staff, training officer or even as a customer service relations officer, there is that one and be all goal – that is to seal that business deal and drive in sales. Sure thing, it is easy. All you need is an incredible product or service and make that imposing pitch to your customers, right? But have you ever wondered why others seem to be flourishing; yet you are in a slump struggling to even getting to first base to inking that that lucrative transaction? For the most part, sales people…
  • Why is The Enneagram Test Vital in NLP? Let Us Enlighten You.

    Jacky Lim
    3 Jun 2014 | 2:51 am
    Who among you have long been trying to do some introspection? The moments when you want to get to know yourself a lot better and flourish in life endeavors that prove to be challenging for you. This feat is something that normally we would not be able to achieve just on our own. It may be possible, but it can take intense contemplation, reflection and meditation. But, NLP can make it easier for you. Image source: http://dance3in23the88rain.wordpress.com/ Let’s Start with Profiling.   Personal evolution is the whole point of NLP. It hinges on the objective that the techniques and tools…
  • NLP Techniques for Successful and Instant Rapport

    Jacky Lim
    19 May 2014 | 3:15 am
    In our previous post, we talked about the four pillars of NLP that will help you propel to achieve your desired outcome and attain success no matter what aspect in your life. One of those pillars is establishing Rapport. And in the course of your self-discovery, you will read, hear and see this valuable component of NLP. After all, communicating with others is an essential piece of the bigger pie that encompasses what NLP is all about. Also, self-transformation is not all about refining the inner workings of your mind and psyche, but it is also about projecting that positive change outwardly…
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    Newaccra Magazine - success, personal development, healthy lifestyle, current sports & entertainment

  • The Belbin’s Team Role and Leadership

    Kwamina Ekremet
    18 Aug 2014 | 3:37 pm
    Current economic hardships in the nation have exemplified Malcolm Gladwell’s assertion that before big things of significant magnitude will happen and be felt, they should have been happening gradually in little quantums. (In his book: ‘The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference’). Using the same analogy it presupposes that we are where we are as a nation not because of one administration but successive administrations, especially since the quality of the working class has not changed. There are recurrent challenges facing successive administrations which…
  • iBUS 2014 Event ReCap

    Fatima Ibrahim
    14 Aug 2014 | 7:05 am
    Hundreds of students and professionals in Information Technology and Business participated in the 2nd edition of the IT and Business summit (iBUS2014) organized by Tech Consult. This year’s summit themed “Embracing Technology for Business and National transformation” was held at the Kama Conference Center in Labone, Accra on the 9th of August 2014 and addressed by knowledgeable individuals in fields ranging from IT to business and Healthcare. The first session was led by Maxwell Quartson of Innolink, a security printing company. He gave a presentation on developing a global brand. He…
  • Why is the Final Project So Difficult ?

    Newaccra
    14 Aug 2014 | 6:43 am
    You may have heard stories about how difficult the final degree / diploma project is. People may have told you about unhelpful supervisors making impossible demands on confused students. You may be unsure of what to expect and worried about your own final project. Don’t worry, your final project is not that difficult. People spread those stories because they do not TRULY understand what the project is about and how to do it the smart way. To make life easy for you, Newaccra.com has been speaking with graduates who excelled in their final projects at Bachelor’s and Masters levels…
  • 4 Surprisingly Common Mistakes You may be Making in Your Job Applications.

    Newaccra
    12 Aug 2014 | 3:36 am
      You are applying for jobs, but employers are not calling you back. Are you making these surprisingly common mistakes? Just last week, Newaccra.com put out a job advert that received almost 500 good quality applications. After going through the shortlist, here are some of the common pitfalls we noticed. Hope this feedback from a real employer helps you in your next application. 1. No Email address. You won’t believe it but a lot of people apply for jobs and don’t include an email address on their resume. This is very surprising because without an email address, you make it…
  • THE REALITIES OF LIFE AFTER SCHOOL’ is out and launching on Aug30!

    Newaccra
    10 Aug 2014 | 2:07 pm
    Newaccra.com is excited to announce that the book- ‘THE REALITIES OF LIFE AFTER SCHOOL’ is out and launching on Aug30, 2014 in Tema, Ghana. The Realities of Life After School is an insightful book written by our contributor - Jonathan Adjokpe.This practical book comes from Jonathan’s personal experience and conversations with his classmates on the challenges, triumphs and lessons that await everybody who finishes school and jumps into the real world. The Realities of Life After School is recommended for current students, fresh graduates, educators and other professionals…
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    Why I Left Google

  • Top 15 Online Businesses for Aspiring Solopreneurs

    Arman Assadi
    16 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    Intro & Bolded Reading Time: 2 minutes. Full Content: 13 minutes. One aha moment can change your life. It did for me. I’ve gone back and forth on whether to write this for a long time. There are thousands all over the interwebs, and in my clearly opinionated opinion, 99% of them are junk. I’m ... The post Top 15 Online Businesses for Aspiring Solopreneurs appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • Cure Your Procrastination Forever with This Simple Formula

    Arman Assadi
    7 Aug 2014 | 10:00 am
    Total Reading Time: 2.5 Minutes When I was in high school, I became an expert in the art of procrastination. And believe me, I was damn good. I would somehow complete homework assignments the morning they were due, and take tests with minimal studying (i.e. glancing at the chapters the night before). For years I said, ... The post Cure Your Procrastination Forever with This Simple Formula appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • 8-Day App Business Plan: How to Create Your First Mobile App

    Arman Assadi
    5 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
    Total Reading Time: 31 minutes.  Intro by Arman I have always believed that one of the most creative and exciting ways to be a solopreneur is by building an app business. When it comes to creating a Freedom Lifestyle, there are few better ways to create passive income and more freedom in your life. Developing ... The post 8-Day App Business Plan: How to Create Your First Mobile App appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • 7 Biggest Mistakes I’ve Made as a Solopreneur

    Arman Assadi
    31 Jul 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Total Reading Time: 8 minutes. Good lord almighty, have I made some mistakes. This isn’t easy to admit or share publicly. As I write this, I’m telling myself to imagine this is just a private journaling session and will forever stay locked up — never to be shared with anyone, anywhere. My hopes are that ... The post 7 Biggest Mistakes I’ve Made as a Solopreneur appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • [Video] Meditation 101 for Busy People and Non-Hippies

    Arman Assadi
    26 Jul 2014 | 12:35 pm
    I was sitting under a bodhi tree when it first happened… Enlightenment. And then I woke up from my dream and felt the sharp shooting pains in my ankles. Years of soccer has token its toll, and I can barely sit cross-legged for more than one minute. I got up, laughed it off, and thought ... The post [Video] Meditation 101 for Busy People and Non-Hippies appeared first on Why I Left Google.
 
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    Personal Development for the Journey to Success

  • 7 Habits of Success That Turn Ordinary People Into High Achievers

    Beau Norton
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:08 am
    Our habits determine our destiny. Whether we cultivate habits of success or habits of failure is a choice we have the power to make. The difference between a poor man and rich man is the habits each one has, not only habits of action, but habits of thought as well. Both must be addressed. Attitude […] The post 7 Habits of Success That Turn Ordinary People Into High Achievers appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • Maximize Your Potential by Harmonizing With the Ebb and Flow of Life

    Beau Norton
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:31 pm
    Everything is in a constant state of change. Nothing is ever the same. Many thousands of my skin cells have died since I began writing this a few seconds ago. Our planet is hurling through space at many thousands of miles per hour. Nothing is static. Change is the most natural thing in the world. […] The post Maximize Your Potential by Harmonizing With the Ebb and Flow of Life appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • The 20% Rule of Personal Growth and Wealth Accumulation

    Beau Norton
    13 Aug 2014 | 3:03 pm
    Are you ready to make your dreams come true? That might sound intimidating to you, but I promise you it’s not as difficult as you might think. Many people have major misconceptions about what it takes to be extremely wealthy and successful in life. But as you will learn in this article, a simple reallocation […] The post The 20% Rule of Personal Growth and Wealth Accumulation appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • The Power of PURPOSE: The Ultimate Strategy for Sustained Motivation

    Beau Norton
    11 Aug 2014 | 12:57 pm
    Would you like to become a more motivated and driven individual? Do you wish to achieve great things in your lifetime? Many people have big dreams and high aspirations, but these same people often have an incredibly difficult time staying motivated and productive in their daily lives. It seems that willpower is just not enough. […] The post The Power of PURPOSE: The Ultimate Strategy for Sustained Motivation appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • 10X Your Success With Proper Goal Setting

    Beau Norton
    10 Aug 2014 | 10:24 am
    A famous study was done at Harvard University in 1979. Each student in the MBA program was interviewed and asked if they had any goals for themselves. Of the entire class, 13% had goals but had not written them down. Only 3% had clearly written goals for themselves. 84% had no goals at all. 10 […] The post 10X Your Success With Proper Goal Setting appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
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    Unstoppable Gainer

  • Unstoppable Interview #2: Productivity with Timo Kiander

    Tom McCann
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:41 am
    This is the second interview in the unstoppable interview series. In this series I bring in experts to answer your questions, about subjects you need to know about to become unstoppable in your own life next up in the series is the productive superdad Timo Kiander where we went deep into productivity. This is one of [...]
  • Unstoppable Interview #1: Beau Norton on Motivation

    Tom McCann
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:01 am
    This is the first interview in the unstoppable interview series. In this series I bring in experts to answer your questions, about subjects you need to know about to become unstoppable in your own life Today to kick off the series, I’m bringing you a conversation I had with Beau Norton all about motivation. I [...]
  • Willpower Should Be A Last Resort

    Tom McCann
    8 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Centuries ago, in the 1300′s, there was a medium-sized village in Ireland. There was little special about this particular village. It had a unbreakable sense of community. Everyone would help out with the farming of the land and with the animals to ensure everyone had the things they needed. One day however, the rain started [...]
  • 4 Ways To Enter An Unstoppable Spiral Of Success

    Tom McCann
    1 Jul 2014 | 4:05 am
    All my life I have been a scientist. Growing up it was all I wanted. I would badger my parents to buy me science books and in school I took as many science classes as I could. Even today, while my work is not directly in the field of science, I am a scientist- a [...]
  • Why Lack Of Clarity Is The Source Of All Frustration

    Tom McCann
    23 Jun 2014 | 2:14 am
    You’re at the gym and not really feeling it. You don’t have a plan so you go from one station to the next. Ten minutes later you’re in the car home knowing you had a bad workout. . . ________________________ You’re at work.It’s Thursday afternoon. Procrastination is hitting hard and vines on Facebook have never been [...]
 
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    Mind Snapshots

  • Learning To Forgive Yourself

    Mind Snapshots
    20 Aug 2014 | 4:41 am
    Sometimes we do things that hurt other people. Sometimes we make the wrong decisions. We berate ourselves for our mistakes. After all, we acted in a way that disappointed ourselves. Our words or behaviors caused hurt and harm to others. We have to deal with the remorse and shame that won’t leave our thoughts. The weight of the guilt crushes us and keeps us from moving on. I had a falling out with my best friend because I had made mistakes that hurt her. After I realized my mistakes, I tried to make it up to her. I did my best to change and to improve so that I can show her how much I have…
  • Fear vs Faith

    Mind Snapshots
    13 Aug 2014 | 6:38 am
     
  • How Do You Forgive Someone Who Has Hurt You?

    Mind Snapshots
    6 Aug 2014 | 8:44 am
    Have you been hurt by someone? Do you find it hard to forgive them? It’s always painful when somebody hurts us. We feel a sense of injustice or betrayal. Especially if that person is someone we trust. Or if that person isn’t showing any kind of remorse. We become angry, sad, or confused. But holding on to our anger can weigh us down and prevent us from truly living. I was having a conversation with a friend last week and she was sharing with me how she needed to learn how to forgive because it was eating her up. She asked me why I don’t stay mad for long. I’m very grateful to…
  • Trust The Process

    Mind Snapshots
    30 Jul 2014 | 5:18 am
  • Can You Be Too Practical?

    Mind Snapshots
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:49 am
    Have you ever stopped yourself from doing what you wanted because it wasn’t practical? A lot of the choices I made reflected back on what I deemed as practical. I missed out on a lot of things and ultimately became unfulfilled. I didn’t live a life based on what mattered to me. I didn’t do a lot of things I really wanted to do because I labeled them as impractical or not needed. I failed to try new things or to go on adventures because I was too busy being practical. I’m not saying we should be careless and just be selfish. But I do know what it feels like to constantly choose…
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    WE ARE CATFISH

  • Challenge #4: Update

    Line
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:37 am
    You’ve always wanted to get a free ice-cream? Then ask for it. You’re not going to get it anyway, but at least you tried. I tried. That’s what I’ve learned from Rejection Therapy so far. You are, just like me, still afraid of a rejection, but if you never try, you’ll never know. You have to ask for what you want in life, because maybe you just might get it. I doesn’t even has to be something big, just something you need at the moment. For example, it was hot and we were thirsty but had no money, so I walked into a pub and asked for free water, but they rejected. Sounds easy…
  • Challenge #4: Rejection Therapy

    Maarten
    1 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    The why Rejection has a bad reputation. We shy away from it because somewhere along the way we came to believe that rejection is failure, and we all try to stay just as far away from failure as we try to stay away from irritating mothers in law. But being rejected means you asked for something. Something you wanted or thought to be important, and you went out there and tried to get it. You stood up for something you believed in. You showed courage. It isn’t even rejection itself, but the fear of rejection that cripples us. That’s something I learned the hard way myself during my…
  • Challenge #3: What I learned from taking cold showers

    Maarten
    31 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    Today I will take a cold shower for the 31st day in a row. As you could read in the starting post for this challenge, there are many benefits for doing so. My skin is remarkably healthier. The rash I sometimes had is totally gone and I feel like a baby again. Who needs expensive products? I also slept better than ever. No more tossing and turning, al that you have to do is put your head down, close your eyes and wait till your alarm goes in the morning. Whether it helped with other known benefits (fat loss, after workout recovery, raise immunity, increase testosterone,..) I don’t know,…
  • Introducing Line

    Line
    31 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Today marks a big milestone in the life of WeAreCatfish. From today onwards I’m no longer alone in this journey as I’m joined by Line. She will take on the same challenges as me and write about her experiences, struggles and lessons along the way. I’ll let her explain the rest herself. Maarten I discovered this blog a while ago, and I fell in love. No, not with Maarten! In love with the concept and the fact that it’s a very readable blog. I do believe in what Neale Donald Walsch said: Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. And this concept fits perfectly in there.
  • Where to live

    Maarten
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:22 am
    Are you happy living here? Will you spend the rest of your life here? Because I get it. You’re life is intertwined with this place. It’s where you shared kisses with those you loved,  where hot summer days turned into long nights with some friends and where emotions roared their fiery head. You’ve built up routines and you know where all the best spots are, from your favourite coffee bar to those secret sanctums other people call parks. Your yoga class is right around the corner and there are all kinds of activities whole year round. And this place gave you some of your…
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    Challenge Away

  • The Cold Shower Challenge

    Jeff
    19 Aug 2014 | 3:55 am
    How comfortable are you with discomfort? continue readingThe post The Cold Shower Challenge appeared first on Challenge Away.
  • Mini Challenges Series- Challenges That Will Change Your Life

    Jeff
    18 Aug 2014 | 7:38 pm
    Starting this week I’ll begin a series of mini-challenges. These are challenges you can do today with little or no preparation, just some guts. continue readingThe post Mini Challenges Series- Challenges That Will Change Your Life appeared first on Challenge Away.
  • Why I’m Ashamed of My Past Work and Why You Should Be of Your’s Too.

    Jeff
    13 Aug 2014 | 5:00 am
    I spun my wheels and made excuses not to write. My brain, filled with cleverly crafted alibis, If only I had cool experiences to write about. I really wish more ridiculous and ironic things happened to me. continue readingThe post Why I’m Ashamed of My Past Work and Why You Should Be of Your’s Too. appeared first on Challenge Away.
  • 7 Tips to Get Free From Debt

    Jennika Weismer
    6 Aug 2014 | 5:53 am
    Editor’s note: I’ve known Jennika Weismer for over 2 years now. She is an amazing Registered Nurse and is actively working to become a Nurse Practitioner. As my girlfriend, she has inspired me to lose weight, eat well, and get my ass in shape. She has been an integral part of my journey and I hope I have contributed to her life as much as she has mine. This is her first blog post, she has shown amazing drive and determination to get free from debt. She wanted to share with you how she did it and wants to inspire you to handle this in your own life. Take it away, Jennika. 7 Tips…
  • 4 Common Myths Busted & How to Find a Mentor

    Jeff
    31 Jul 2014 | 4:17 am
    You’ve probably heard from countless life coaches, self-help gurus, and talking heads that you need a mentor. I couldn’t agree more. It is imperative that you have a coach or mentor if you want to take your skill or craft to the next level. But, most people don’t know how to find a mentor. continue readingThe post 4 Common Myths Busted & How to Find a Mentor appeared first on Challenge Away.
 
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    How I'm Building My Life

  • Chicago Marathon Training: Dealing with Running Injuries

    NealQuesnel
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Well I had a great couple of workouts in the Adirondack Mountains. I had 8 miles at race pace, about 5 of which was uphill. Overall I ran 30 seconds per mile slower, but I couldn’t complain about that at all based on the hills. I grabbed a bit of time back on the downhills running […] The post Chicago Marathon Training: Dealing with Running Injuries appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • Chicago Marathon Training: Overcoming Mental Barriers

    NealQuesnel
    11 Aug 2014 | 5:27 pm
    August 8-11th Today I want to talk about overcoming mental barriers. I feel like I’ve faced these throughout my running life. Early on during my Chicago marathon training I struggled with overcoming a self-imposed 8:00/mi mental barrier. I could easily run faster than that on tempo and repeat workouts, but overcoming that pace for a prolonged period of time was a huge mental […] The post Chicago Marathon Training: Overcoming Mental Barriers appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • Chicago Marathon Training – Mental Strength to Run a Marathon

    NealQuesnel
    8 Aug 2014 | 12:02 pm
    Today was a tempo run at race pace and after last week’s demoralizer I owed myself one…for sanity’s sake at the least. The past three weeks have called for tempo runs at 7 miles apiece, today it was upped to 8. Coming off of the demoralizer, not exactly what I was looking forward to. Also, I […] The post Chicago Marathon Training – Mental Strength to Run a Marathon appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • Chicago Marathon Training: August 5th

    NealQuesnel
    5 Aug 2014 | 3:58 pm
    A short night of sleep and 34 miles over the last 4 days made me know I had to mentally be ready for today’s workout. I normally have 2 tough workouts a week and then an intense long run every other week. Everything else is easy running. On workout days I know I need to be […] The post Chicago Marathon Training: August 5th appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • Chicago Marathon Training: August 4th

    NealQuesnel
    4 Aug 2014 | 10:04 am
    It was raining pretty good out and when it wasn’t raining it was super humid out there. I stuck to the treadmill although I wanted to get outside. I felt pretty good overall today and refreshed. Last Thursday I had my worst workout to date running 7 miles at race pace. I know I’ll have those […] The post Chicago Marathon Training: August 4th appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
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