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  • 3 Simple Techniques for Enhancing Your Mental Clarity

    Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement
    Bernadette Logue
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:59 pm
    The mind can be like a prison, trapping you with incessant and noisy thoughts, many of which serve no useful purpose and some of which are actually quite limiting. Whenever your mind is left unmanaged, it will run riot in this way, resulting in less mental clarity and peace, and more stress and confusion. Conversely though, your mind can also liberate you once you learn how to manage it. To improve your mental clarity and overall effectiveness in any area of life, you can counter the effects of a noisy, riotous mind with these 3 simple techniques below. These are based on…
  • Is Your Inner Chatterbox Running Your Life?

    The Start of Happiness
    Megan Forrest
    31 Aug 2015 | 5:13 am
     “Comparison is truly the thief of joy.” -Chris Guillebeau   Inside each of our heads lives a chatterbox that runs all day long. It reminds us of everything we’ve ever done wrong, makes negative assumptions about what everyone else thinks of us, and tells us that we simply don’t measure up. It’s sneaky and quiet, but powerful. When I was first introduced to my inner chatterbox, I was 22 years old. I was sitting in an AA meeting, and this wonderful wise old man told me I have a voice in my head that never stops – a little chatterbox. He told me to practice listening for it,…
  • Why Mindfulness is better than Chocolate – David Michie Interview

    Simple Life Strategies
    Zoë B
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:35 pm
    You’ve probably heard the term mindfulness being bandied around of late – but do you really know what it is? Or how to do it? Today I’m sharing with you expert insights from best selling mindfulness author – David Michie. Now before you shrug this off as another fad, know that mindfulness comes with a whole heap of benefits including lowering stress levels, reducing depression and even slowing down the aging process! That’s right – you could get younger just by watching this interview! (well almost…) Watch our video interview to find out: The science behind mindfulness and why…
  • Drake’s Recipe For Success And Words Of Wisdom

    FeelingSuccess
    Contributor
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:15 pm
      VYBO (Visualize Yourself Beyond Ordinary) is a youtube channel dedicated to showcasing a video compiled of interviews of celebrities and their advice to others. In this clip, hip hop genius Drake breakdown his formula for greatness. He revealed that being surrounded by other successful artists in the industry such as Rick Ross and Lil Wayne helped him a bunch. He took mental notes of them and their huge efforts to being the best and applied it to his own rise to fame. He claimed that they worked while others partied and they hustled and grinded harder than anyone he’s ever met.
  • Positive Intuition with Sonia Choquette

    Mazzastick - Conscious Evolution
    Justin Mazza
    21 Jul 2015 | 10:22 am
    “When our personal inner vision is sharp and balanced, it awakens our ability to look at life with a creative and positive point of view. It stimulates our thirst for knowledge and education in every possible way.” – Sonia Choquette What is intuition? It’s the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. Albert Einstein said, “The only real valuable thing is intuition” — and all you have to do is flip the switch to not only get clarity, but gain incredible insights on improving every aspect of your life. We all use our intuition…
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    Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

  • 5 Strategies for Choosing Long-term Gain over Short-term Pain-Avoidance

    Yonason Goldson
    2 Sep 2015 | 10:57 pm
    There are two things that parents of small children can’t stand.  One is a child making noise when we’re trying to get work done.  The other is a child making no noise at all. Because if they’re not making noise, they’re usually getting into trouble. So consider this scenario:  you run to see what your too-quiet two year old has gotten into and find him playing with the snow-globe your sister brought back from her trip to Switzerland last year.  Since this is not the best toy for a toddler, you smile at your child and gently take the snow-globe out of his hands. That’s when the…
  • 3 Simple Techniques for Enhancing Your Mental Clarity

    Bernadette Logue
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:59 pm
    The mind can be like a prison, trapping you with incessant and noisy thoughts, many of which serve no useful purpose and some of which are actually quite limiting. Whenever your mind is left unmanaged, it will run riot in this way, resulting in less mental clarity and peace, and more stress and confusion. Conversely though, your mind can also liberate you once you learn how to manage it. To improve your mental clarity and overall effectiveness in any area of life, you can counter the effects of a noisy, riotous mind with these 3 simple techniques below. These are based on…
  • How To Effortlessly Make Good Habits Stick

    johnsonkee
    1 Sep 2015 | 11:46 am
    You're not like everyone else. They will wait until the 1st of January to make a New Year's Resolution, that they'll probably break within a few week's time, a few months at the very most. You're not going to wait til then and want to make a head start right now. Unfortunately, you only have 24 hours in a day and a finite amount of energy as well. You're determined. You want change. You don't want to give up. That's why you shouldn't put in more effort to stick to your habits. That's right, you shouldn't put in more effort, that's not a typo. Don't worry if you're confused, it will all make…
  • The 5 Commandments of Personal Development

    Thibaut Meurisse
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:13 pm
    Are you drowning under the sea of information on personal development? You wonder what you should really focus on in order to get results? It is while I was trying to answer that question that I came up with 5 fundamental rules. I believe that these 5 rules are absolutely necessary for personal success. I called them: "the 5 commandments of personal development" Here are the 5 commandments 1) You shall not mistake “your reality” for reality It is easy to get stuck in your current model of reality and feel totally trapped. However, your current model of reality is only one possible model…
  • 4 Ways Not Reading Fiction is Killing Your Productivity

    Adam Hughes
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:05 am
    As an adult living and working in the 21st century, you're bombarded with a constant crush of escalating demands. Your boss wants you to do more at work, your spouse wants you to do more at home, and your kids need you to give more of yourself. More, more, more! Most of us feel an obligation to heed this call for excess and find ourselves buried at the bottom of an endless to-do list that grows taller every day. It's clear that we need to reduce our commitments -- not likely -- or become more productive. The problem is, even the best task-tracking tools and organization techniques won't…
 
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    Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine

  • Conquer Your Stress (Pt 2 of 2)

    Darren Hardy
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:00 am
    Last week I introduced you to two ways in which you can conquer the negative side of stress once and for all. To continue on our path to make you a conquistador of chronic stress, let me give you the final remaining steps. Here we go! Number three: Don't be a blowhard! You are NOT unique. You are not the only one to experience stress, difficulty, frustration and painful experiences. What happens to you happens to ALL of us. There is no conspiracy against only you. You are not God's little guinea pig or the laboratory rat of the universe. We ALL experience hurt,…
  • Conquer Your Stress (Pt 1 of 2)

    Darren Hardy
    25 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide. And more than 75 percent of all physician office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints. Just in case death doesn’t get your attention, stress also makes you fat, old and stupid. Chronic stress affects your brain, suppresses your thyroid, causes blood sugar imbalances, decreases bone density and muscle tissue, raises blood pressure, reduces your immunity and ability to heal, and increases fat deposits around your…
  • Don’t Fall to your Stress (or Death!)

    Darren Hardy
    18 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    You look down. Below you is a thin tightrope wire, a mere 2 inches thick. One thousand three hundred and sixty-two feet below that is the unforgiving pavement of the streets of New York City. You see them, busy people rushing off to work, school, home wherever they are heading— as you take your first step across the sky. At first, no one notices you. “Maybe that’s for the better,” you think. “It’d only add to the pressure.” But you thought too soon. A man stops. He looks up and sees you, a speck against the clouds. Your heart…
  • Be a LION (Pt 2 of 2)

    Darren Hardy
    11 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Last week in part 1 of this series, I introduced you to Coach K and what makes him a lead lion. Now, I would be doing you a great disservice if I didn’t give you some final coaching on what to do with all you learned here. So today, I am going to do you one better than that. Let me help summarize and organize the different coaches you want to consider obtaining and what their purpose into a clear and actionable plan for you. I’ll outline them briefly now and then provide a worksheet for you at the end so that you can design and develop your coaching team. Okay, first…
  • Be a LION (Pt 1 of 2)

    Darren Hardy
    4 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Philip II of Macedon taught his son Alexander the Great, “An army of deer led by a lion is more to be feared than an army of lions led by a deer.” The man you see on the cover of this month’s issue of SUCCESS, coach Mike Krzyzewski, is a lion. Seven-time NBA All-Star, Grant Hill, recalls his first team meeting as a fresh Duke University basketball team recruit in fall of 1990, “It was an awesome day. I remember being excited, anxious and nervous when Coach K walked in. He paused for a moment to make sure that we were all looking him straight in the…
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    The Invisible Mentor

  • Get Ready for Banned Books Week 2015

    Avil Beckford
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:05 am
    Send to Kindle Listen to this Post Get Ready for the American Library Association’s Annual Banned Books Week CC BY-NC by anirvan Most of the answers you are seeking to the questions and problems you face are buried in a book somewhere, so the freedom to read is vital. Banned books are usually works of fiction, but research has shown that there are benefits to reading fiction. According to Harvard Business Review: Over the past decade, academic researchers such as Oatley and Raymond Mar from York University have gathered data indicating that fiction-reading activates neuronal pathways in…
  • Musings and Lessons from Historical Romance

    Avil Beckford
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:12 pm
    Send to Kindle Listen to this Post Musings and Lessons from Historical Romance The lazy days of summer are coming to an end. I worked on a few projects during the last two months, but I have also spent a lot of time reading and contemplating about life. Although I have read books from different genres, I have read several historical romance books. I am not a history buff, and I didn’t like history in high school, but I have learned a lot about history through the people I have profiled on this blog. I am warming up to historical romance and have learned to enjoy them. Historical romance…
  • Whom do you Please First?

    Avil Beckford
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:06 am
    Send to Kindle Listen to this Post Whom do you Please First? The past eight years have been filled with many upheavals for me, including the sudden deaths of my mother and brother. What’s going on in my life doesn’t make me special because countless people have gone through worse upheavals and upsets than I have. During a time of many upheavals, there are also many opportunities to reinvent yourself. I have mentioned on this blog that I am planning to offer book summaries.  That’s not a unique idea because you can get many paid and free book summaries, but I am not going to allow that…
  • Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

    Avil Beckford
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:48 pm
    Send to Kindle Listen to this Post Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone This is what I see during my daily walk! Although it’s very cliché, it’s important to step outside your comfort zone every so often. I find that I sometimes get very comfortable with the status quo, which is an uncomfortable place to be because you lose your creative edge. I walk everywhere, but this summer I have walked for exercise. I usually walk a trail that leads into a ravine because it is very challenging. Recently I went to Staples Canada and planned to connect to a route that would lead me to the ravine. While…
  • Learning How to Learn

    Avil Beckford
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:11 am
    Send to Kindle Listen to this Post Learning How to Learn In school, we are not taught how to learn effectively, so when students graduate, or before they even graduate, they forget what they learned in no time. Additionally, when it comes to reading, people forget important concepts that could possibly transform the way they perform their work. This means that people have to learn how to learn, so that they can remember key information that matters. Learning how to learn is of such great importance that Coursera, a leading platform for MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), is offering the…
 
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    Success Consciousness Blog on Self Improvement and Achieving Success

  • What Is Overthinking and How to Overcome It

    Remez Sasson
    23 Aug 2015 | 3:40 am
    Overthinking is exactly what it means, thinking too much. When you think too much, instead of acting and doing things, you are overthinking. When you analyze, comment and repeat the same thoughts over and again, instead of acting, you are overthinking. This habit prevents you from taking action. It consumes your energy, disables your ability ... Continue Reading... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Napoleon Hill – Think and Grow Rich Video

    Remez Sasson
    12 Aug 2015 | 4:06 am
    Here is a video showing Napoleon Hill, the author of the well-known book, Think and Grow Rich, speaking about the power of the mind to attract to you whatever you want. This video is the full length original first edition footage published by Napoleon Hill in march 1937. Among other things, Napoleon Hill says in ... Continue Reading... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Don’t Build Barriers with the Word Impossible

    Remez Sasson
    10 Aug 2015 | 1:20 am
    You build barriers when you use the word ‘impossible’. Though invisible, these are very real barriers. Every time you repeat this word, you tell yourself and the world that something cannot be done, and put it behind a wall. You build an invisible wall between you and the thing you say is impossible to do. ... Continue Reading... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Looking for Friends and Followers, Facebook Style, in the Outside World

    Remez Sasson
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:35 am
    What happens when you seek friends outside of Facebook? Here’s a funny story. Tom wanted to find new friends in the real world, the world that exists outside of Facebook, so he left his office to search for them. He walked out on the street, with eyes facing straight ahead, not down at his cellular ... Continue Reading... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Fear Is an Illusion, Here Is Why

    Heitem Ak
    21 Jul 2015 | 10:12 pm
    Importance is an illusion, a persistent one. Fear and love are your two basic emotions. All of the other emotions, without exceptions, are produced by these two sentiments. Fear is the energy that contracts and destroys you, while love is the energy that develops and builds you. Freeing your mind from your fears is a ... Continue Reading... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Success Circuit

  • Joshua Colley – Broadway’s Future

    Michelle
    15 Aug 2015 | 1:32 pm
    Not only has 13 year old Joshua Colley appeared on famous chat shows, Broadway shows, TV's Nick Jr and on television adverts, he has also been hailed as the youngest ever Jean Valjean in Les Miserable on Broadway, so what is left for him to do? Write his own musical of course!
  • Brock Baker – He’s “Got A Lotta Soul”

    Michelle
    6 Aug 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Glee opened up so many doors, gave me friendships, a respectable resume, and even helped connect my best friend to his wife. It was a game changer in the life department, and I will forever owe Tim Davis a great deal of gratitude. Tim is a great man. I hope I can be as good a father, husband, and musical mind as him one day.
  • Reese Goodley, Jack Sparrow Impersonator

    Michelle
    2 Aug 2015 | 3:06 am
    When we went to watch the America’s Cup boat races with Sir Ben Ainslie, the last thing we expected to see was Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew of pirates. On approaching them I was whisked away to the most amazing throne by Reese Goodley, the Jack Sparrow impersonator and his motley crew of pirates. […]
  • Mirrors – A Short Film Review

    Michelle
    9 Jul 2015 | 3:14 am
    Mirrors starring Jody Latham (Hollyoaks) and Liam Boyle (Skins) is a short film written and directed by Three in a Bed's Neil Ely. What do you see when you look in a mirror? Do you see those around you looking back at you?
  • Jake & James – Frontier Theatre Productions

    Michelle
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:35 am
    Do you ever wonder where the actors that you enjoyed in your youth are? Established in 2013 by James Roose-Evans, Frontier Theatre Productions provides ‘opportunities for veteran performers to show their Art’. I had the honour of talking to theatre director, scriptwriter, priest and writer James Roose-Evans and his theatre director colleague Jake Murray about […]
 
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    Jef Menguin

  • Make your own luck.

    Jef Menguin
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Find tools and ideas you can use to "change your world" every day. The best salesman make his own luck. Look around and ahead to the unexpected things you can do without waiting to be told. Opportunity sometimes walk in mini skirts. Sometimes, it walks wearing blue jeans. Always be in the look out for opportunity. Many salesmen wait for good things to happen to them. Good things happen only to those who are ready. Be always alert. Be ready. Make your own luck. Be a great salesman. Make your own luck. Jef Menguin The post Make your own luck. appeared first on Jef Menguin.
  • Tell your story.

    Jef Menguin
    19 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Find tools and ideas you can use to "change your world" every day. Be prepared to tell your story. Make it a good story. A story that will have a happy ending — a story that will make the listener want to be with you. You story must be well-delivered. Your story must be clear. Your story must be interesting. Your story must be believable. Your story must be persuasive. Your story must short enough. Your story must be organized. Your story must inspire. Be a master story teller and you can make change. Jef Menguin The post Tell your story. appeared first on Jef Menguin.
  • Rehearse, not just practice.

    Jef Menguin
    14 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Find tools and ideas you can use to "change your world" every day. No practice does not make perfect. Practice will only make you master that which is practiced. You practice the wrong method and the more adept you will become at practicing the wrong method. In short, mediocre salespeople are masters of the wrong method of selling. Mediocre teachers are masters of the wrong method of teaching. Mediocre speakers are masters of the wrong method of speaking. Mediocre managers are masters of the wrong method of managing Many organizations provide adequate training under competent instructors. But…
  • Keep yourself sold.

    Jef Menguin
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Find tools and ideas you can use to "change your world" every day. Be sold on your vision. Or people will sell on you their “objections” to your offer. You must deepen your knowledge about the change you want to create and know also the alternatives known to people who wish to enrol to your vision. Arm yourself with knowledge. Understand the advantage of your “change” against the alternative. Tell your story, then allow people to buy. Keep yourself sold. Jef Menguin The post Keep yourself sold. appeared first on Jef Menguin.
  • Playbook of Life

    Jef Menguin
    4 Aug 2015 | 5:47 pm
    Find tools and ideas you can use to "change your world" every day. I use my brain better when I use paper and pen. Technology makes it easier for me to organize my life. But when it comes to thinking about life and everything that comes with it, paper and pen are still my default technology. If 500 years from now an archaeologist stumbles into the ruins of my home buried underground, she will find my simple sketches. Sketches help me visualize my ideas. They help me feel my ideas. She will find my books that helped me come up with simple drawings. I have been exploring simple ways to…
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    Talent Development Resources

  • Barbara Sher on Scanners and Resistance

    Cat Robson
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Video: “What stops you from doing what you love? It’s a survival mechanism called Resistance, and it goes into alert mode any time you do something that raises anxiety.” Barbara Sher points out, “Everyone has unique gifts and talents. What you love is what you’re gifted at. To be completely happy, to live a completely fulfilled life, you have to do what you love.” But one of the inner obstacles to a fulfilled life we may face is anxiety, which can show up when we are growing, creating, moving out of our comfort zone. Or if we are what Sher calls a…
  • Video: Our High Sensitivity Personality

    Douglas Eby
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:21 pm
    This trait of high sensitivity nurtures our creativity and social activism, but also brings challenges. Psychologist Elaine Aron and others describe it as a more finely tuned nervous system. She explains, “It means you are aware of subtleties in your surroundings, a great advantage in many situations. It also means you are more easily overwhelmed…” How does being a highly sensitive person impact our feelings and our lives? Read more in article: Our High Sensitivity Personality. [Photo of actor and singer Mandy Moore – read quotes in post: Mandy Moore on depression and…
  • Highly Sensitive Men More Creative?

    Douglas Eby
    29 Aug 2015 | 5:11 pm
    Some lists of famous people thought to be HSPs (highly sensitive person), include these men: Woody Allen, Andy Kaufman, Anthony Hopkins, Edgar Allen Poe, Ralph Waldo Emerson, W.B. Yeats, E.E. Cummings, D.H. Lawrence, Henry David Thoreau, Walt Whitman, Deepak Chopra, Joseph Campbell, Beethovan, Mozart, John Lennon, Leonardo Da Vinci, Salvador Dali, Picasso, Frank Lloyd Wright, Steven Spielberg, Ingmar Bergman, Leonard Cohen [photo]. Psychologist Elaine Aron and other researchers find that approximately 20 percent of the population has the personality trait of high sensitivity, equally divided…
  • Nurturing Our Self-Esteem – Part 1

    Douglas Eby
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:01 pm
    Comparing ourselves to others may erode how we appreciate our own qualities. Do you talk about yourself to others, and privately in your mind, in ways that discount your abilities and positive qualities? I certainly do. How important is self concept? One of the primary authors and coaches on it is psychologist Nathaniel Branden, who says: “The reputation you have with yourself – your self-esteem – is the single most important factor for a fulfilling life.” From article: Pillars of Self Esteem by Nathaniel Branden Here is my video of an overview of the material covered in…
  • Your Creative Mind with Learning Differences

    Douglas Eby
    23 Aug 2015 | 9:57 am
    “There were a lot of benefits to being dyslexic for me…I think I came into an appreciation of all those qualities of language…” Novelist Richard Ford The traditional framing of ADHD, dyslexia and some other conditions as “learning disorders” seems to be increasingly challenged by the views of many researchers and artists that these can be considered “learning differences” and that such neurodiversity can actually benefit creative expression. Of course, something like ADHD doesn’t magically become “good” or benign just having a different label, and many people’s lives…
 
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    Katarina Nolte

  • New Posts Below Old Ones – August 2015

    Katarina Nolte
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:47 pm
    ‣ Book Review: Detox: Learn to Cleanse Your Body, Mind and Spirit with the Perfect Detoxing System to Increase Productivity By Sean Parker | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: 2 Book Bundle – Organic Body Lotion for Beginners & Organic Scrub for Beginners By Alyson Reed | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: Agnes and the Hitman By Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: The Insiders By Craig Hickman | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: Dark Tidings: Ancient Magic Meets the Internet, Book 1 By Ken Magee | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: One Mile…
  • New Posts Below Old Ones – July 2015

    Katarina Nolte
    17 Jul 2015 | 9:22 pm
    ‣ Book Review: Insanely Yummy Atkins Diet: 100 simple low carb salad and dressing recipes for weight loss (Atkins diet series) By Nita Erickson | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: The Dukan Diet: Lose Weight Quickly and Safely for Life with the Dukan Diet Plan (weight loss, diets, diet plans Book 2) By Benjamin Tideas | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: Lose Weight: 60+ Amazing Yet Practical Tips And Habits To Lose Weight, Burn Fat, And Feel Great By Sara Banks | Katarina Nolte ‣ Book Review: Burn It: Effective Ways To Lose Weight, Get Fit And Feel Healthy By Zak Khan |…
  • Book Review: SUGAR: Sugar Detox, Beat Sugar Addiction, Overcome Sugar Cravings, Lose Weight, Increase Energy And Feel Great By Nathaly Sandford

    Katarina Nolte
    17 Jul 2015 | 8:57 pm
    SUGAR: Sugar Detox, Beat Sugar Addiction,Overcome Sugar Cravings, Lose Weight, Increase Energy And Feel Great! includes a freebie and begins with the US sugar consumption statistics noting that sugar has turned out to be a highly addictive substance and the major cause of excess body fat. We learn about the health disadvantages of white sugar, sugar in the media and the availability of sugar. The reasons for quitting sugar are covered along with obesity facts and figures. The book focuses on white sugar, HFCS (high fructose corn syrup), artificial sweeteners and flour and their association…
  • Book Review: Lose Weight: 60+ Amazing Yet Practical Tips And Habits To Lose Weight, Burn Fat, And Feel Great By Sara Banks

    Katarina Nolte
    17 Jul 2015 | 8:22 pm
    Lose Weight: 60+ Amazing Yet Practical Tips And Habits To Lose Weight, Burn Fat, And Feel Great! was written by the health and fitness expert, Sara Banks, and includes a free ebook. The author covers the following: – How to melt away stubborn belly fat for good – Chemicals commonly found in processed foods – Why they should be avoided – Eating habits and other tricks that support fat loss – Dieting science – How to prepare for a diet – Which foods to eat – Weight loss beverages – Fat loss focused exercise – Fat loss mindset –…
  • New Posts Below Old Ones – June 2015

    Katarina Nolte
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:11 am
    ‣ Seeds of Death: Unveiling The Lies of GMO’s – Full Movie – YouTube | Katarina Nolte ‣ Geo-Engineering 2015: It is Happening Now – YouTube | Katarina Nolte ‣ Xylitol – Beneficial or Dangerous? | Katarina Nolte ‣ The Venus Project/Zeitgeist Movement | Katarina Nolte ‣ The Politics of Love | Katarina Nolte ‣ It’s finally been found that women do actually love to clean – Female First Blog | Katarina Nolte ‣ Embracing Teenage Sexuality: Let’s Rethink the Age of Consent | Katarina Nolte ‣ What really creates change is the change of…
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    Omar Eduardo Fernández

  • Why quit consulting to join a startup

    Omar
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:03 pm
    I’m often asked about my decision 2 years ago to leave a great consulting career to join a startup. Here I explain my key considerations when making the decision, and why I think it was the right decision for me. The rationale follows many of the reasons Raj outlined in his post “Don’t Waste Your 20s at Google or McKinsey”. When I graduated college in my early twenties, the key goal for me was to get some real world working experience and maximize learnings. I joined consulting with the following goals: Learn “business” to complement my engineering…
  • Wishlist: Product Manager bootcamp manual chapters

    Omar
    17 Aug 2015 | 11:58 am
    A product manager does just about anything under the sun to make her product successful. This makes it difficult for new product managers to know what to focus on first. I often wished there was a bootcamp manual on how to be a great PM. In particular, I’d love to read chapters on the following: Prioritizing what to learn among the many responsibility areas. Making a decision with insufficient data (and tips on sleeping soundly after that.) Communicating to others that you’ve considered their feedback, despite many of those requests not making it to the product roadmap.
  • Developing skills to be a great Product Manager

    Omar
    3 Apr 2014 | 7:44 am
    Finding a consistent definition for what a Product Manager (PM) role entails is no easy feat, as I have quickly figured out while starting to dip my toes into the product management world.  This is true even when try to narrow my scope to thinking about product management within tech companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. There seems to be as many definitions for ‘product management’ as there are roles out there, and a great deal of opinions around what makes someone a good product manager.  At first I found the many ways in which people thought about product management a bit…
  • Focusing on Product Management – how I am planning to develop my product management skills

    Omar
    21 Mar 2014 | 9:27 pm
    I have always found intrigue in the idea of writing posts for this blog, but the reality is that my focus has jumped around from topic to topic, making the site frustrating to follow.  The main reason this has been the case is a lack of a topic of which I would like to extensively write about and continue to learn and share things. I decided to bring some focus to the blog around the topic of Product Management.  I think it is a intriguing and interesting topic and I recently started more strongly focusing my career on Product Management, at least for the next few years, and there is a ton…
  • Everyday kindness is the true antidote to senseless violence

    Omar
    18 Apr 2013 | 7:38 am
    My thoughts after the terrible Boston Bombings on Marathon Day, 2013. There are many disheartening news, heart-wrenching stories about civilians getting killed, attacks on innocent people, senseless aggression.  The world, as seen through the lenses of what the news portrays, looks bleak.   Our sense of security proves to be just a creation in our head, quite illusory, and although we must do what we can through legislation to reduce violence and senseless killings, the more powerful antidote to this is to bring out of everyone what truly makes humanity special, our sense of love and…
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    KrantCents

  • Lease Your Next Car

    Krantcents
    29 Aug 2015 | 3:00 am
    After owning my current Ford Explorer for much longer than I expected, and it just being a tick under the eleven year national average age of cars currently on the road, I am definitely going to lease my next car.  By no means would I consider myself vain when it comes to cars, probably just self-conscious I know (my friend who has a similar year F-150 says my car is like a Rolls-Royce compared to his), but let’s put it this way, I would get embarrassed to pull up to the valet line now.  So basically when my wife and I drive we use her new Ford Edge.  I have been technically without a…
  • Negotiate Your Cable Bill Now

    Krantcents
    22 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    If you think you’re paying too much for cable, you are…but you knew that already.  Notice I said you need to negotiate your cable bill, not cancel.  This is not another article telling you to ditch your cable provider.  Cable is not yet entirely a thing of the past, so I’m not telling you to pick up an HD antenna, a streaming service, and call it a day.  No, the truth is, TV is important in my house, it is something my wife and I enjoy.  I couldn’t imagine life without a DVR, as bad as that sounds.  I’ve had friends that have cancelled cable because it’s too expensive, they…
  • What To Do When You Need Money

    Krantcents
    18 Aug 2015 | 6:25 pm
    If you are looking at your bills and know that your bank account is running dry, you are going to be like many others trying to figure out how to make ends meet. There are loans available for major expenses, but emergencies often leave people only needing a few hundred dollars. When you have an emergency and need money, there are ways to get it. Crowdfunding It used to be that you had only your friends and family to talk to when you needed quick cash. However, crowdfunding now offers the ability to set up donation sites where people can donate money for a cause. These sites allow you to enter…
  • A Credit Card May Not Be For Everyone

    Krantcents
    15 Aug 2015 | 9:59 am
    There are financial perks to using your credit card such as rewards dollars/points, building your credit score, and just the mere convenience, but it takes lots of discipline to limit your spending in order to be able to pay the balance each month.  Rolling over your balance to the next month and paying high interest leads to financial downfall.  Memories of only making minimum payments and worrying about when the balance would ever be paid off still haunt me to this day, swearing to never go there again. Budget When you use your debit card you are only spending the amount that you have in…
  • The Different Types of MLB Bets

    Krantcents
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:39 pm
    Major League Baseball, MLB, offers entertainment for many people, but it is also a great way to make money. Sports fans love the challenge that comes with placing bets on MLB games, and much of that is due to the many types of bets available. Here are a few that are most commonly found at betting locations. Over/Unders One of the most common terms found in baseball is over/under. This type of bet has the person placing the bet wagering on the total number of scores made by both teams combined. Bettors will be told a total number of scores that the bookmakers place, and then they have to…
 
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  • The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 34 of 2015:

    Jen Waller
    2 Sep 2015 | 10:30 pm
    Each Thursday I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was: “Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together.” (Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe) Tweeted on 30th August The quote with the next highest amount of RT’s was: “We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” (William Shakespeare) Tweeted on 29th August Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence…
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 3rd September 2015

    Jen Waller
    2 Sep 2015 | 9:54 pm
    “All good ideas arrive by chance.” (Max Ernst) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 3rd September 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 2nd September 2015

    Jen Waller
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:24 pm
    “The real secret of success is enthusiasm.” (Walter Chrysler) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 2nd September 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • TED Talk Tuesday 1st September

    Jen Waller
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:30 pm
    This week’s TED Talk clip is from an independent TEDx event: Our Brains are What Stops us From Living our Dreams? | Jim Duffy | TEDxGlasgow Clip length: 8 mins 28 secs Prefer to watch on TED.com? In that case you’ll need to click here. The post TED Talk Tuesday 1st September appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 1st September 2015

    Jen Waller
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:16 pm
    “Necessity does the work of courage.” (Nicholas M. Butler) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 1st September 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
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  • Almost nothing to do with Evernote – Not about evernote

    Michael Fletcher
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:54 pm
    So the site has been stagnant for a good long while now Mostly because of serious focus on the work front and my work network admins shutting down access to pretty much every useful productivity app I was using and fate and my frugal side conspiring to land me with a barely useful ‘smart’ phone. That meant my entire office workflow was happening offline in real time turning all my digital tools into more archiving functions than productivity tools if that makes any sense. So yeah I basically didn’t really feel I was breaking any new ground on the productivity effeciency…
  • Evernote for Martial arts instructors

    Michael Fletcher
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:51 pm
    I’m busy looking at setting up some Evernote notebooks specifically designed for a martial artist and martial arts instructors. I’m looking to start my own school in the coming months and I need to start gathering my thoughts and building lesson plans. High level I see a need for notes on individual techniques, forms experientil knowledge theoretical knowledge martial philosophy and collected resources. Hopefully with the correct layout use of evernote tags I can start laying the grounding for written coursework and a structured syllabus for my future students. The post Evernote…
  • Personal Power: Know What You Don’t Know

    Michael Fletcher
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:52 am
    Critical to the way you use your time is the amount of skills you are able to call on to process free time into meaningful endeavours. If all you know how to do is play on that shiny console your free time options are severely reduced. So how do we start adding to our skill set? Where to start, where to end? What is Know What You Don’t Know? Know what you don’t know is a systematic process of working backward from a desired goal or skill detailing the knowledge you need to get from your current level of knowledge. Why use Know What You Don’t Know? The frustration caused by how vast a…
  • Lessons from Avatar – The Power of vision and integrity

    Michael Fletcher
    25 Jan 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Avatar air battle Ok so if you havn’t already watched Avatar go, do it now!! Avatar was pretty much the most visually wow-inducing movie I’ve ever seen. There’s tons of lessons to be learnt from this movie but the ones I’m looking at today are vision and integrity. If critics like it, fine. I can’t say I won’t read the reviews, because I may not be able to resist. I spent a couple of decades in the capricious world of being judged by those not knowledgeable about the depth and history of film and with whom I would not want to have a conversation –…
  • Friday Link Love

    Michael Fletcher
    25 Jan 2015 | 12:53 am
    The second edition of my Friday link love, this week made for some truly enjoyable reading as it was packed full of practical advice. one of my favourites was the guide to google analytics very informative. 9 Ways to use Google Calender to be your money – Trent over at the simple dolllar discusses how he uses Google calender to organize his finances. I’m a very recent convert to Google calender and have so far only been using it to organize my writing and design projects. Trent adds some very useful tips to keep your money goals on track. The 20 something Coupon clipper – I Will Teach…
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  • Multipotentiality Didn’t Change My Life… It IS My Life

    Neil Hughes
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:59 am
    Note from Emilie: this is the first post by one of our new Staff Writers, Neil Hughes. Neil is a big-hearted, hilarious, and inspiring multipod from the UK, and I couldn’t be more excited to have him on the PuttyTeam. I think you’ll really enjoy this… Several years ago, I went for a walk. Not a fun, leisurely walk. A serious walk. For serious thinking. I was unhappy, but I couldn’t put my finger on what was wrong. I needed time to think. Was it my home? I doubted it. I’d just moved to a lovely cosy house with some of my favourite people. Was it my…
  • “I Like Doing Hard Things”

    Emilie
    24 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    I once met someone, a multipotentialite, who had had an intimidatingly impressive career. He had worked as a spy at an organization that is known by its 3-letter acronym, which I was asked not to repeat. He had an MBA and built huge businesses, he scuba dived. He was the kind of person I didn’t meet often, but he was kind and open, and the more he shared, the more curious I became. During our conversation, he said something that stuck with me more than his specific accomplishments. He said: “I like doing hard things.” People often assume that multipotentialites quit when…
  • When NOT to Quit

    Emilie
    17 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    The first year of law school was exciting. It was challenging, interesting, and dramatic. However, by the time my third year rolled around, I was losing interest in law. The dull, corporate classes were making me want to chop my fingers off. It was also becoming clear to me that I didn’t want to pursue a career as a lawyer. I could have dropped out, but I didn’t. Instead, I took the very NON-multipotentialite course of action and stuck it out. I usually encourage multipotentialites to leave projects behind if they’re no longer feeling them, but there are times when not…
  • Win a Full Scholarship to the PuttyRetreat

    Emilie
    11 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Hey multipods! As you know, the inaugural PuttyRetreat is happening in Portland next month. It’s going to be an intimate weekend, full of creativity and magic, and we’d love for you to join us! We know the registration cost is a little steep, so we’ve decided to offer a full scholarship to help one deserving multipotentialite who really wants to come, but is having a hard time pulling the funds together. This scholarship is both need- and merit-based. We will be choosing someone that we think would be both supportive and helpful in group settings, and get lot out of the…
  • How to Keep Track of All Your Ideas

    Jo Moore
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    If you’re anything like me, you have several exciting ideas a day. Sometimes it’s an idea for a business. Sometimes it’s an idea for a new hobby. Sometimes it’s an idea for a quest or an activity that you’d like to do. Having that many ideas floating around in your head can be quite stressful. Your mind gets full and you worry that you’ll forget all of these great ideas. From time to time, you find yourself with a spare moment and somehow end up bored because you’ve forgotten all the things you wanted to do. Luckily, keeping a record of your ideas is pretty straightforward.
 
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  • You’ve Got to See This!

    Stephen Guise
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:51 pm
    I’m aiming to create the world’s first interactive story in which you can switch the genre midstory.  Check it out here on Kickstarter!
  • The Tomorrow Delusion: A Procrastination Story

    Stephen Guise
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:58 pm
    “Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today.” ~ Benjamin Franklin The nature of tomorrow creates a game out of life.  A while back, I wrote about tomorrow. It was not a love note. It was more of a grab-the-pitchfork-and-let’s-take-this-beast-down kind of note. Tomorrow is the day of promises. It’s tied to hope in a delightful sick way. When you’re hopeful for something, you’re looking to the future to provide it. Tomorrow is exciting because, in theory, it could provide all that you hope for.  Let’s take that one step further. Tomorrow can…
  • Sports Videos: Never Give Up

    Stephen Guise
    10 Aug 2015 | 7:08 pm
    “Defeat is not defeat unless accepted as a reality in your own mind.”  ~ Bruce Lee “Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.” ~ Harriet Beecher Stowe If life is tough and you have problems, you are a human being. Nice job. If these struggles bring you down emotionally and sap your motivation, there’s a small, but powerful phrase that can pull you out of the doldrums.  Never give up. In every person’s life, and in every path to success, there are one or more periods of powerful doubt and resistance (usually in the…
  • Don’t Be Efficient, Be Effective

    Stephen Guise
    27 Jul 2015 | 8:11 am
    Efficiency is meaningless on its own. Literally meaningless. What if I told you that I am the most efficient rice organizer you’ve ever seen? Oh yeah. Give me a full bag of rice, and I’ll line up the grains in four hundred symmetrical rows. I can organize the full bag like this in only three minutes because I know how to efficiently distribute the rice without wasting any time or movement.  But wait… After such masterful efficiency, all I have is table covered in rice. That’s not very useful to me or anyone else, showing that efficiency alone matters very…
  • The Chase

    Stephen Guise
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:57 pm
    Required caption: Who let the dogs out? (photo by Mamboman1) People chase rabbits. Not real, fluffy rabbits. Metaphorical rabbits. One of my favorite metaphors for life is a greyhound dog race: the dogs run at 39 MPH trying to catch a mechanical rabbit that is always just ahead of them. Think about this as a metaphor for our lives and the goals we set: it’s an interesting, slightly depressing, and eerily accurate depiction of what we do. We strive to reach goals, but even as we reach one, there’s always another. We’ll never 100% complete our potential. We’ll…
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    Self Empowerment, Self Development , Self Help - planetnaveen

  • Rediscovering Paper

    Nenad Ristic
    14 Aug 2015 | 8:02 pm
     Hi enthusiasts, Naveen Kulkarni here after a gap. Hope you are doing great and I thank you for being so much supportive to my blog. Of late, I have been receiving a good number of guest posts to publish on this blog, but didn’t find any of them compelling or actionable. However, this one from Nenad […]
  • Creative Visualization Program by Lisa Nichols – My Detailed Review

    Naveen Kulkarni
    9 May 2015 | 12:49 pm
    I am a firm believer of the concept of mind power and keep experimenting by exploring learning opportunities in that space. I have read few really good books in mind power related topics. I also love listening to podcasts on my mobile and car since they are excellent ways to hear and absorb some wonderful […]
  • Small Habits – Ladders to Big Progress

    Alina Sukumaran
    2 Apr 2015 | 10:38 pm
    This is a guest post by Alina of http://pozitivistas.com/. If you would like to write a guest post for planetnaveen.com, follow this link. Over to Alina ….. — Your mind needs exercise just as much as your body does, that’s why I think of jogging every day :-) Humour aside, one of the most precious skills I learned […]
  • 10 Powerful Steps for Manifesting Your Goals and Dreams – PART II

    Zdravko Lukovski
    1 Apr 2015 | 11:30 pm
    This article is continuation of earlier article , to read part 1 – click here. In his previous post, Zdravko Lukovski talked about 5 steps for manifesting your goals and dreams, and this article he covers the remaining 5 steps. Over to Zdravko… —— Step #6 – Acknowledgement, Appreciation and Gratitude I think this one is […]
  • 10 Powerful Steps for Manifesting Your Goals and Dreams – PART I

    Zdravko Lukovski
    1 Apr 2015 | 11:22 pm
    This is a guest post by Justin Zdravko Lukovski  of http://EnlightenmentPortal.com. If you would like to write a guest post for planetnaveen.com, follow this link. The process of manifesting the things one desires can be different for anyone. We’re all unique and we all have our own subjective beliefs and attitude towards the world we live in. However, […]
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    TAKING COMMAND! ACHIEVING YOUR OBJECTIVES.

  • Gain The Advantage In Any Social Situation

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:18 pm
    Gain The Advantage In Any Social SituationBy Douglas Castle for The Taking Command Blog and GEI ConsultingThe article which follows is of great importance to any businessperson, politician, group leader or military commander who must navigate his or her way through a social environment to get at his or her objectives. In preparing this article, source material below was largely taken from an article titled “25 Psychological Life Hacks To Help Gain Advantage In Any Social Situation”, published by www.highexistence.com, and subsequently republished by a number of sources.Social situations…
  • Monkey Mentality Management

    10 Aug 2015 | 10:01 am
    MONKEY MENTALITY MANAGEMENTI received the story which follows via email from a client of ours just this morning. I think it is just as plausible as it is hysterical. Please read on: “If you start with a cage containing four monkeys, hang a banana from the top of the inside of the cage on a string, and then you place a set of stairs under the banana, before long a monkey will go to the stairs and climb toward the banana.  ALL the monkeys are sprayed with cold water. After a while, another monkey makes an attempt with same result — As soon as he touches the stairs, you spray ALL the…
  • Leadership: Delegate Or Die - Douglas E. Castle

    29 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    Leadership: Delegate Or Die One Of the Most Important Responsibilities Of A Leader Is To Delegate Responsibility By: Douglas E. CastleFor The Taking Command Blog, The GEI Consulting Blog, GEI Consulting To be a leader and to maintain a position of leadership, you must be a competent and efficient delegator. By the act of delegating, you are not relinquishing control – you are actually expanding the realm and scope of your control. The larger the responsibilities and the larger the organization, the more proficient you must be at delegation. In the military, “delegation” is defined as…
  • Control Your Client From The Start - Douglas E. Castle - Taking Command

    18 Jun 2015 | 11:12 am
    Control Your Client From The StartNote: This article originally appeared in The TAKING COMMAND BLOGTo all of our TAKING COMMAND! Readers:If your firm is a consultancy, and you are finding it difficult to win fee-paying clients, the letter which I recently wrote to a friend and colleague might provide you with some serious insights into what is required in order to actually land clients instead of just engaging with them. Could you be selling too hard? Could you be talking too much? Could you be permitting your prospective clients dictate terms and conditions to you?--------------- Dear…
  • Leadership: Don't Ask... Tell! -- Douglas E Castle

    5 Jun 2015 | 11:27 am
    If you are a leader (or are aspiring to become one), you'll need to manage people efficiently and effectively. This involves "framing" yourself as a commander instead of as a peer or as a mere moderator. One of the ways that a leader stands out from the crowd is that he or she does not make requests by asking -- he or she makes requests which are always worded as orders.Instead of asking "Would you do this for me?", a leader who is truly in the proper posture of command will tell a subordinate "I need for you to do this for me. Your time frame to complete this is three business days, starting…
 
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  • Get Moving, Take Action Now – You Don’t Have Forever

    Thea
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:00 am
    It seems to me that people have vast potential. Most people can do extraordinary things if they have the confidence or take the risks. Yet most people don’t. They sit in front of the telly and treat life as if it goes on forever.  – Philip Adams Have you ever read a quote and felt...Read More »
  • How to Communicate with Someone When They are Feeling Vulnerable

    Thea
    11 Aug 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Opening up to people can be hard, particularly when we are feeling vulnerable. Here are my top tips for talking to someone when they are feeling insecure or vulnerable. Don’t make them feel worse I have a friend who I love dearly that often does this without realising – at least I hope it’s without...Read More »
  • When Do You Let Your Mind Wander?

    Thea
    8 Aug 2015 | 9:00 pm
    I’ve been reading a lot of books about mind control lately. Just kidding! What I have been reading are books on our thoughts and the best ways to have them working for us instead of against us. In the book  Dr Russ Harris talks about techniques to unhook ourselves from our thoughts and how to...Read More »
  • Are You Creating Drama in Your Life?

    Thea
    7 Aug 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Something interesting happened to me recently. I was at home feeling a little bored and wondering what to do next when I had a flashback to my younger self and suddenly realised what I used to do in my 20’s and even sometimes early 30’s when I was feeling that way – I would go out...Read More »
  • Stop Letting Yourself Off the Hook

    Thea
    3 Aug 2015 | 3:00 am
    I wrestled with writing this post. In the past I have been notoriously bad at beating myself up when I didn’t take action on something important I planned to do. I am only now learning to be gentler and kinder to myself, so writing a post about not letting yourself off the hook was difficult....Read More »
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  • 75 Compelling Quotes Teaching You How To Let Go

    Barrie Davenport
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:13 am
    One of the most difficult challenges we encounter as humans is letting go. Letting go of relationships, the past, our beliefs, the status quo, our fears, our hopes and dreams, our youth, and our sense of control. Life is about change, and change is often scary and painful. We want to cling to what… Continue Reading… The post 75 Compelling Quotes Teaching You How To Let Go appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • 20 Ways To Find Your Soulmate

    Barrie Davenport
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:53 am
    I used to think it was really dopey. A soulmate? Really?? You’d occasionally spot those long-term couples still looking all goggly-eyed at each other and wonder what they were smoking. I mean, come on, relationships are hard work. At least that was my experience (and the experience of most of the couples I knew). Walk into… Continue Reading… The post 20 Ways To Find Your Soulmate appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • What Is My Passion? 10 Reasons You Need To Ask Yourself This Question

    Barrie Davenport
    17 Aug 2015 | 6:03 am
    Too many people live lives of quiet desperation. They wake up with a low level sense of dread, anxiety, or sadness. They go to their jobs and feel under-utilized, unappreciated, and underwhelmed. When they get home, they feel mentally and physically exhausted, with just enough energy to take care of the kids, fix a meal, and… Continue Reading… The post What Is My Passion? 10 Reasons You Need To Ask Yourself This Question appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • How To Change Your Life When You Feel Stuck

    Barrie Davenport
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:38 am
    Several years ago, I felt completely stuck. My oldest child had left home to pursue her dream of being a ballet dancer, and my role as a mom was winding down. My career in public relations felt stale and dissatisfying. I was at loose ends, not knowing who I was supposed to be or what… Continue Reading… The post How To Change Your Life When You Feel Stuck appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Cleaning House: How To Declutter And Organize In 10 Minutes A Day

    Barrie Davenport
    10 Aug 2015 | 9:41 am
    I’m always caught off guard when mid-August rolls around and the school buses start lumbering down the roads. Is it really that time of year again already? This is the first year in the last 20 that I don’t have a child heading off to school in the mornings. My youngest graduated from… Continue Reading… The post Cleaning House: How To Declutter And Organize In 10 Minutes A Day appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
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  • Abundance Alchemy Program Review: Manifest with Ease

    Evelyn
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:34 pm
    When you finally let go of your emotional attachment, you open the space for miracles to physically manifest! Listen in as Kristin Astourian reviewed my Abundance Alchemy Program in the video below. She also shared her thoughts on the key to manifestation and how the Universe has responded by sending her a surprise money bonus Kristin Astourian holds a professional job and is also a singer-cum-song writer based in Austin, Texas. Her dream is to creatively express her soul at the physical level. You can find her works at http://www.chumsmusic.com. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to…
  • Are You Having Bugs in Your Windshield?

    Evelyn
    23 Aug 2015 | 7:33 pm
    “Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off the goal.” Henry Ford Imagine this. You are driving on the highway, with a destination that you are hoping to reach. Then, bugs started appearing on the windshield of your car. At first, from the corner of your eyes, the bugs appear small. However, as time goes on, you feel drawn to looking at the bugs more and more. Your eyes will dart back and forth between the windshield and the bugs. You are becoming extremely distracted. In fact, the more you pay attention to some of the bugs, the bigger and more…
  • Map to Manifestation: Make a Plan

    Evelyn
    16 Aug 2015 | 6:10 pm
    “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” Benjamin Franklin The last I checked, many of us have some notion of a dream. I believe that the vagueness is partly fogged by our many excuses on why we are unlikely to succeed. We just have too little faith and belief in ourselves. Consequently, we may even procrastinate on making a plan that will help us achieve the success that we dream of. We live in delusion and denial, and ironically get envious when others succeed before us. There is a popular adage often attributed to Benjamin Franklin, the father of time management, “Failing…
 
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    LifetoSuccess.com

  • Ask For What You Want

    John Clark
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:30 am
    In this video, Matt Morris explores the idea of “Asking” for what you want. This is a big deal and the saying “Ask” you will “Receive”, the key is in the asking. Look at it this way, you already don’t have it so the only way that will change is if you ask. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, John Clark
  • 15 Ways to Start a Speech or Presentation

    John Clark
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:30 am
    In this video, Brian Tracy explores “15 ways to start a speech”. With public speaking being one of the biggest fears that people have, this video will help you get over the hump of getting your speech started. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, John Clark
  • How to Have an Amazing Day. Every Day.

    John Clark
    1 Sep 2015 | 3:30 am
    In this video, Randy Gage (@Randy_Gage) explores the idea around having an amazing day… EVERYDAY?? Is it possible? This video will answer that question. 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
  • #AskGaryVee Episode 131: Twitch, Mike Tyson’s Punch Out & Zelda

    John Clark
    31 Aug 2015 | 3:30 am
    In this video, Gary Vaynerchuk covers a few business ideas that can possibly help your business explode. 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
  • Is This A Pyramid?

    John Clark
    30 Aug 2015 | 3:30 am
    In this video, Matt Morris explores the idea behind network marketing being a “pyramid”. This is a great explanation of how the “pyramid” and how when you start network marketing, you actually start at the top and you fill in the bottom. 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

  • Sometimes It’s Important To Be Selfish

    Maria Erving
    2 Sep 2015 | 10:59 am
    Sometimes it’s very important to take some time off and be alone, to think about things; to ponder, reevaluate and just get deeply in contact with yourself again. It’s vitally important to be “selfish” in that way. Especially if you’re going through a transformational process which many times happens after you have let go [...]The post Sometimes It’s Important To Be Selfish appeared first on Maria Erving.
  • Thank You Everyone! [India]

    Maria Erving
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:28 am
    After I announced on my website that I will be going to India in January 2016 I have received wonderful emails and other support regarding the trip and I wanted to write a few words to you, to all of you who have sent love my way.  Thank you to everyone who’s supported me (some of you have been with me for years) and who continue supporting me by subscribing to my membership site (and Teleclasses), and thank you to all of you who read my other articles and postings as well and share them with others, I appreciate you all so much. And I don’t mean that just for my India trip, but…
  • I’m in La Herradura now (Costa Tropical)

    Maria Erving
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:52 am
    I arrived here yesterday and did the usual routine to get myself feel at home and then in the evening I went for a longer walk with my new dog-friend Louis before I went to bed really early, I was so tired. This morning I woke up early and went for a long walk with Louis and later I’ll explore La Herrradura more , but it’s less than 20 km from Nerja where I used to live and it’s also on the coast so the beach is close by. I have a big house to myself a little bit outside of the center of the village and the beach but the property has a private pool as well so it’s…
  • The Concept Of “Soulmates” (Ask Maria)

    Maria Erving
    22 Aug 2015 | 9:06 am
    “Dear Maria, Thank you for your explanation on the Google+ community page! The reader is referring to this post: https://plus.google.com/+MariaErving2/posts/ZzReNdJvoyF I guess most people just don’t get it; hell, I barely get it I do understand it mentally and I then fully agree with you, but large fractions of ‘me’ are [...]The post The Concept Of “Soulmates” (Ask Maria) appeared first on Maria Erving.
  • Exchange of Energy (Do Everything With Love)

    Maria Erving
    14 Aug 2015 | 10:32 am
    I am full of love and gratitude Things has been a little bit up in the air for a week or so but now things are falling into place. Decisions has been made and plans has been set in motion in regards to where I’ll be staying until I travel to India and when I will travel etc. I am so happy In addition to the outer changes and all the love that I receive from wonderful people (and pets!) I’m meeting on my journey (that includes some of you) and things falling into place, inner changes and transformations are happening too, and very fast. I know the importance of going with the…
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    腸の動きを良くする食べ物は?これだけはとっておきたい!

  • 糖質制限ダイエットでストレスなく痩せる

    gaichutaro
    14 Aug 2015 | 7:22 pm
    糖質制限ダイエットを行いました。 はじめは、なかなか慣れなくてしんどいなあと思っていたのですが、カロリーも気にしなくていいし、お肉やお魚は好きに食べれるのでおなかが減るということはありませんでした。 だいたい2種間目くらいから体が軽くなったような感じがして、むくむこともほとんどなくなりました。…
  • 運動が一番効果的なダイエット方法

    gaichutaro
    14 Aug 2015 | 7:21 pm
    私は、今まで生きてきた中でいくつものダイエットに挑戦し成功し、そして成功に喜び気が緩んだ時にリバンドし、元の体重に戻る。酷い時には元の体重以上の体重になっている。その繰り返しを何度も体験して来ています。 そんな私がオススメするダイエット方法は、運動することです。…
  • 食生活で腸内環境の改善とダイエット

    gaichutaro
    14 Aug 2015 | 7:20 pm
  • エアロバイクで楽な気持ちで痩せる

    gaichutaro
    14 Aug 2015 | 7:18 pm
    これまでにいろいろなダイエットを経験してきましたが、一番楽な気持ちで、ほどほどすっきりと痩せることができたのはエアロバイクを漕いでやせるダイエットでした。…
 
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    Personal Excellence

  • Case Study: Craig Scott, From Procrastination to Massive Productivity in 1 Month

    Celes
    2 Sep 2015 | 3:30 am
    Note from Celes: Hi everyone! Today I’m excited to spotlight one of the participants from last year’s Anti-Procrastination Course, Craig Scott. Craig experienced amazing change during and after the course and I decided to invite him on PE to share his experience and changes. If you haven’t registered your ticket for the upcoming run (starts Sep 12), do now so! (More than half the seats have been taken up already! Registration closes once seats are filled.) Have you ever had the problem where you would start on something, procrastinate, and then give up? And then…
  • “I’m too busy.” 5 Procrastination Lies We Tell Ourselves, Debunked

    Celes
    30 Aug 2015 | 5:51 am
    Note from Celes: Hi everyone! Registration for the upcoming Anti-Procrastination Course is underway with more than half the seats taken up! Register now to secure your seat!! For those who have already registered, please check your confirmation email for further instructions. Look forward to working with you guys soon to take massive action! In the meantime, today I want to share this important post I wrote last year on 5 procrastination lies we tell ourselves. Lies that we repeat day after day, week after week, leading to snowballed deadlines and important Q-2 goals that never get…
  • “It’s too late for me to work on [X].”

    Celes
    28 Aug 2015 | 12:04 am
    How often do you hear someone say the following? “It’s too late to pursue my passion.” “It’s too late to start my business.” “It’s too late to start my blog.” “It’s too late to do [X].” For me, I hear such comments all the time. People in their 40s saying it’s too late to start a business. People in their 30s saying that they are too old to switch to a new career. People in their 20s saying it’s too late to pursue their passion, because they’ve already invested time into their current degree /…
  • [Limited Seats, Register Now!] Anti-Procrastination Course: Eliminate Procrastination, Take Massive Action

    Celes
    24 Aug 2015 | 2:51 pm
    Course starts Sep 12! Limited seats, register now! Note from Celes: Hi everyone, after an explosive run of Anti-Procrastination Course last year, I’m excited to conduct a whole new run this year! Now in the third year running, this year’s AP course will be bigger and better with 3 added group calls AND a whole-new Facebook group for community support. Read on below! Are there areas of your life which you’ve been procrastinating on, such as losing weight, starting a new business, working on your new business, improving your eating habits, studying, and more? Do you…
  • I’m a failure.

    Celes
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:22 am
    Last week I felt like a failure. It was just a series of events in recent period that made me feel this way, like my dad getting injured at work and having to go through surgery to fix the injury. It made me feel that I failed to care for him as a daughter (he’s fine now and going through physiotherapy); my mom being diagnosed with diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure which made me feel that I failed to care for her as a daughter; myself getting (mild) gastritis which I took as a sign that I failed to care for myself properly; myself having piles for months…
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    Mazzastick - Conscious Evolution

  • Wayne Dyer Passes On

    Justin Mazza
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:53 am
    “Wayne has left his body, passing away through the night. He always said he couldn’t wait for this next adventure to begin and had no fear of dying. Our hearts are broken, but we smile to think of how much our scurvy elephant will enjoy the other side. We Love You Forever Dad/Wayne” – The Dyer Family Born: May 10, 1940 (age 75), Detroit, MI Died: August 29, 2015, Maui County, Hawaii, HI My favorite spiritual teacher Wayne Dyer passes in his sleep on August the 29th 2015. The cause of death wasn’t immediately reported, but he had been diagnosed with leukemia several years…
  • The Photon Belt and Energetic High’s and Low’s

    Justin Mazza
    25 Aug 2015 | 6:46 pm
    “Man in his present state on your planet must change in order to survive. Many things will take place on this planet. Therefore man will have to change with the planet. This solar system is moving into an area of space where the vibrations are much higher. This will cause changes in your planet’s features. It will also cause changes in your peoples. The vibrations on the planet will become higher. Therefore man will have to raise his vibrations in order to exist on your planet. These vibrations can only be raised by the people’s thinking: thinking better thoughts of everything in the…
  • Psychopaths in Positions of Power

    Justin Mazza
    4 Aug 2015 | 9:08 pm
    “The eyes of a psychopath will deceive you, they will destroy you. They will take from you, your innocence, your pride and eventually your soul. These eyes do not see what you and I can see. Behind these eyes, one finds only blackness, the absence of light. These are of a psychopath.” ― Dr. Samuel Loomis There was a time when the “cream” rose to the top in regards to important positions in society. This is no longer the case. It seems now that the “scum” has risen to the top in positions of power. It even appears that this “scum” has worked its way to power in all aspects of…
  • Abundance for Life Mindfest

    Justin Mazza
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:42 pm
     If you’re struggling and your confidence is low, here’s an easy, realistic, FREE, step-by-step way to succeed—even in challenging times.Introducing the Abundance for Life Mindfest! Beginning Monday, August 17, you can listen to eight life-changing sessions from Paul Scheele’s Abundance for Life audio course. This includes three breakthrough Paraliminal sessions for unlimited abundance. Tens of thousands have paid hundreds of dollars for this course, and now you get to do the course for free beginning on Monday, August 17. But only if you get your Free Pass today.
  • Positive Intuition with Sonia Choquette

    Justin Mazza
    21 Jul 2015 | 10:22 am
    “When our personal inner vision is sharp and balanced, it awakens our ability to look at life with a creative and positive point of view. It stimulates our thirst for knowledge and education in every possible way.” – Sonia Choquette What is intuition? It’s the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. Albert Einstein said, “The only real valuable thing is intuition” — and all you have to do is flip the switch to not only get clarity, but gain incredible insights on improving every aspect of your life. We all use our intuition…
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    BAKER THE BRAND DOT COM - Baker Jacinto's Inspiring Blog

  • Your Blessed Life

    Baker
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:17 am
    One of the things that really caught my attention when I’ve studied very successful people in any industry  is that they are constantly saying, that they live a blessed life. This does not necessarily mean it is an easy life, with no challenges. What it means is that every wildly successful individual will admit, despite [...]
  • A Divine Existence

    Baker
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:56 am
    Have you ever seen the movie with Roberto Benigni Life is Beautiful? He did  an acceptance  speech in 1999 when winning an Oscar. The guy lives with passion. People are afraid to live that way, but thats the essence of living a divine existence. It is the passion, not necessarily caring what people think but [...]
  • 2 Simple Tips To Living A More Positive Life

    Baker
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:29 am
    Living in positivity. Do you live in it? So many people are living lives of quiet desperation. But, when you start living in positivity, life truly becomes a remarkable journey. I live a truly positive life. Not by default but by choice. This has led to much success in the literary world. This has also [...]
  • See The Light In Others

    Baker
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:28 am
     
  • Change Direction Towards Awesome

    Baker
    30 Aug 2015 | 6:11 am
    Getting to a place in your life path where you feel you are truly aligned feels awesome. It is something that a majority of people will feel once in their life and for the masters, many times over and again. However, what if you don’t feel like you are on track? When you are sensing [...]
 
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    Making JGB

  • My Definition of SUCCESS

    hello
    8 Aug 2015 | 3:32 pm
    Success has a different meaning to each and every individual. I believe it’s important that we take the time to define our own personal definitions of success. If we don’t learn what matters to us as individuals, we’re more likely to shoot for someone else’s dreams and ideals, which leaves us open to false ideals and falling short. Defining success is no simple feat. All too often we assume that we should intrinsically know what we want out of life. These things really don’t just come to us without thought. We need to take the time to brainstorm and break…
  • CHALLENGE | Bucket List

    hello
    16 Mar 2015 | 4:16 pm
    My friends will tell you that I am an especially motivated and determined person. This list certainly speaks to those qualities. I am super serious about everything on this list! I am the kind of person who lives for challenges and who is constantly working towards one goal or another. As you may know, I am on a mission to make a living out of my passions. This bucket list speaks to my life and career goals, as well as to my passions.  My career goal is to become a remote working traveller applying my PR and social media skill set to work in the fields of media, music, film and…
  • 2014 Year in Review

    hello
    26 Dec 2014 | 4:16 am
    A full year spent solo travelling, remote working and learning to live for myself… on my own but not alone. I feel as though I’ve grown more in this year than any year before it, which has been so rewarding and valuable. I worked through and overcame a number of challenges. I chased dreams and focused my energy on personal growth and wellbeing. Here are the highlights from this memorable year as a 30 year old in 2014. … I lived in Melbourne’s CBD and took full advantage by remote working from some of Melbourne’s finest cafes, libraries and restaurants. I have…
  • PROJECT | Making JGB Web Series & Youtube Channel

    hello
    5 Nov 2014 | 6:41 pm
    It is one of my biggest dreams to have my own popular Youtube channel. I’ve always wanted to be a Youtube personality and ‘TV host’ of sorts and now I’m putting the time and effort into making it come to life. I’m currently writing, producing and hosting my very own reality web series. In this series I am documenting the ‘Making of JGB’. Tune in for bi-weekly episodes where I track the process of attempting to make a living out of my passions. I have big dreams and huge goals – my aims are to prove that it’s possible to use the internet…
  • MTL to Mooloolaba

    hello
    6 Sep 2014 | 10:45 pm
    I took a bunch of footage during my travels from Montreal, Canada to Mooloolaba, Queensland so that I had something to practice my editing and creative video production skills with. This video took me about 1 week to pull together, it’s the first time I’ve ever made something of the sort. Pretty happy with the result! Especially eager to keep making videos – each video I’ve made has helped me to expand on the skill set. Things I learned in making this: – How to build in titles – How to download and install plugins – Basic sound editing –…
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    christovanzyl.com

  • Who you are is not who you think you are

    Christo van Zyl
    1 Sep 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Some people call it "voices in their head." You know, when you are thinking and you are aware that you are thinking? This brings up two questions: 1) Who is talking? 2) Who is listening? The answer to both naturally - is...
  • The 21 Principles of Profitable People

    Christo van Zyl
    20 Jul 2015 | 2:03 pm
    If you choose to become wealthy – inevitably – you will have to engage with people. Why – because you buy from people. You sell to people. You can work with or for people; and people can work for you, with you, or against you. No matter where you work – or what you do – your ability to make more money will always be linked to your ability to work better with people. People can help you make more money (or help you lose money fast) – but only if you know how to work with them. If you treat them poorly, inevitably, you will lose money. If you treat them well, inevitably, you will…
  • How your Mind Works – Biologically

    Christo van Zyl
    18 Feb 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Understanding how your mind works is one of the key secrets to wealth because your mind is - quite literally – in charge. It can either run you - or ruin you. Do you work it - or does it work you? More than likely – it is currently running you because it knows how to manipulate you… But if you know how your mind works, you can use this information to wilfully influence your behaviour in the way that you choose! In the last article, we showed you how your mind works logically. This article will focus on how your mind works biologically, or chemically.
  • How your mind works – logically

    Christo van Zyl
    9 Feb 2015 | 12:32 pm
    The physical brain is the most complex and amazing organ in the human body. It does all kinds of amazing things for you, like regulating your breathing, maintaining your bodily functions, and generally - keeping you alive. Your mind, however, does things to you – like keeping you stuck! The reason for this is simple – you don’t know how it works. Just like with investing, relationships, money or business, if you don’t know how things work – it will likely get you into trouble. At the very least you will be learning things the hard way! If you have made the choice to become wealthy,…
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    News To Live By

  • What Your Resume “Skills” Section Should Look Like

    Danny Rubin
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:50 am
    What’s a job “skill”? On a resume, it seems like everyone has their own definition. Some people list “skills” like “effective manager” and “dedicated work ethic.” Others go with “team leader” and “strong communication skills.” But let me ask a simple question: is “strong work ethic” a skill or personality trait? The answer is B. Personality traits are not job skills and, in my view, do not belong in the “Skills” section of a resume. Want an example of a “skill” that could set…
  • How to Keep Your Resume to One Page

    Danny Rubin
    11 Aug 2015 | 10:55 am
    Seventeen people. That’s how many Republicans have entered the 2016 race for president. It’s enough to make your head spin. Now imagine if each candidate walked into your den and dropped off a multi-page resume with section after section of long-winded bullet points. All the information has merit, but Americans are busy people. We would prefer each candidate make his/her case in a nice ‘n neat one-pager. In the job market, employers feel the same way. Bosses seldom have time for a two, three or four-page resume. Check out my template: What a Young Professional Resume…
  • The Email Every Leader Should Write

    Danny Rubin
    4 Aug 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Leaders don’t bask in the spotlight. They prefer to let others shine. Donna Crilley Farrell will be the first to tell you: she can’t do it all by herself. As executive director of the World Meeting of Families, Farrell heads the organization’s much-anticipated conference in Philadelphia this September. The special guest? Pope Francis. Farrell expects crowds of up to 1.5 million people over the weekend of September 25-27. The highlight will be a Sunday Mass outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art. That’s why, in an interview with CBS, Farrell said she has nearly…
  • Writing Tip: Is it “Shouldn’t Of” or “Shouldn’t Have”?

    Danny Rubin
    21 Jul 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Leave it to a power outage to shed light on an all-too-common writing mistake. Here’s the situation. On July 17, the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers attempted to play a baseball game. After three power outages (see video) delayed the game over two hours, league officials chose to suspend the action and resume play the following day. (The Nationals ultimately won the game 5-3.) After the game was postponed, Nationals pitcher Jordan Zimmermann told the Associated Press, “I’ve never seen anything like it before.” Then another Nationals player jumped on…
  • Learn More, Go Further with SkillsOnline

    Danny Rubin
    13 Jul 2015 | 10:52 am
    Attention, skill seekers: there’s now a more cost-effective way to gain the knowledge you need to compete in the job market. It’s called SkillsOnline, a website that offers self-paced and instructor-led courses on topics like management, marketing, Microsoft certifications, web design and medical billing. Most courses cost less than $150 and are often one-third of the cost of similar courses on popular skill-share websites. Course examples: – Computer programming: ActionScript and Multimedia in Flash CS4 ($75) – Manufacturing: Fundamentals of Purchasing and…
 
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    The Code of Extraordinary Change

  • The Confidence Pivot

    Steve Errey
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:00 am
    The point of the past is to deliver the right now. The right now wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for everything that’s gone before. And right now is here to pivot into the next moment. Without that pivot, you’re stuck forever. Confidence is being able to apply choice, right in the the centre of that pivot point Here’s how that works. Notice the pivot. If you don’t see that there’s a pivot—a moment when where you are turns into where you’ll be—you’ll just be swept along. So rest, just for a moment, in that space between right now and…
  • How to Stay Confident When the Odds Are Shit-Your-Pants Scary

    Steve Errey
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    There are many things in life that are shit-your-pants scary. Quitting your job because you want to do something that actually amounts to something. Committing to a new relationship even though you might just get your heart broken again. Or admitting to yourself something you’ve dodged for years because it’s always been easier to avoid it rather than face it. These things, and many more, are simple not to do. But tickle me unconscious and call me Susan if life doesn’t really come into focus when you’re willing to risk it all and take that step anyway, just because…
  • What I Want

    Steve Errey
    12 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    There’s a lot that I want. A new TV. A beautiful 1940’s chair. All the sex. Someone to fix my left shoulder. But none of that really matters a whole lot. None of that is who I am. And none of it represents what matters to me. The things you say you want should focus you. What you do. How you think. Your next step. If they don’t focus you, or if you focus you on things you don’t want, now’s a good time to ask yourself what you really want. I’ve spent a little time thinking about that myself. Here’s a little of what I came up with. I want to build…
  • The Undefeatable Underdog

    Steve Errey
    5 Aug 2015 | 1:00 am
    I get goose-pimples when I see someone look up with wide eyes and try for something better. The hairs on the back of my neck stand up when I look at the odds, and see someone square up to them in all their shoe-shaking wonder. And I get a little emotional when I see an underdog pushing for something that means the world. I love it because it shouldn’t work. There are better players in the game and the game itself is crazy hard. But the underdog’s daring ability to dream something bigger than themselves and their decision to step into the ring regardless of the odds, is the stuff…
  • 50 Best Confidence Building Tips of All-Time

    Steve Errey
    15 Jul 2015 | 10:47 am
    No lengthy pre-amble needed on this one. Just know that these are 50 of the best damn confidence building tips in existence. Plus they’re in bite-sized morsels for easy digestion. So now you have no excuse. Bookmark this one, and let me know which tips jump out at you. Reassure that voice inside you, the one that tells you to stay exactly where you are because you can’t have, won’t get or aren’t good enough to get what you want. That’s the scared, small part of you, but you don’t have to do what it tells you (i.e. nothing). Instead, respond by saying…
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    Love Guide by Dr Prem

  • It’s back to the basics as the lost love for offline dating makes a comeback

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    25 Aug 2015 | 3:28 am
    It seems online dating has had its time and now the lost art of offline dating is making inroads in our lives. Some did not manage to get a life partner online, while the others are too bored with the routine of spending so much of time in online dating, knowing people but ending up soon. When asked, many ex-followers of online dating agree that it requires a good deal of time and efforts, and also the human touch that makes offline dating so effective and these factors miss in online dating. Offline dating can help you find an ideal partner for a weekend party, a friend, or even a life…
  • These simple ideas can help you score big on your first date

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    31 Jul 2015 | 5:21 am
    First dates are full of so many expectations and so many doubts that can easily overwhelm some people. Will she like me, will he be as dashing as I am expecting him to be, will her and mine intellectual level match, and so many other questions that could easily make anyone nervous and anxious. However, getting nervous is no solution to this but being confident and presentable is. Your first date is as crucial as an interview you face to get a job, as if you score well in your first date, it could lead to many more in future and probably you end up having a lifelong relationship with her or…
  • Some suggestions that can save your marriage if you are on the brink

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    26 Jul 2015 | 5:20 am
    Divorce was once a rare occurrence but today unfortunately has become a commonplace thing. This very clearly indicates that many couples today are letting negativity and conflicts overpower their bond and love for each other. Disagreements and conflicts take place in almost every relationship but wiser couples get away with them, while the not so wiser ones let the anger build up to a level when differences between them grow into irreconcilable differences. Why let such a thing happen, when you had married your mate to spend your entire life with and not to move out of it in the middle. If…
  • Here’s a way to lift your mood: Love yourself

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:20 am
    Many people complain they are not quite at ease with their life because the surroundings and the atmosphere with the type of people around make them uncomfortable and sometimes miserable. Probably you also believe the same. Well, before cribbing that people around you make you uncomfortable because they do not accept you for whatever you are, you should ask yourself a question – do you accept yourself for who you are? If you answer this question with a yes and you feel miserable owing to the people in your life then you need to reconsider your answer. Had you been accepting yourself…
  • Exploit these scientific facts to amp up your love life

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    18 Jul 2015 | 5:20 am
    Married life can be amazing and can be a pain in the neck. Here are some tips for you, all backed up by researches that can help you make your love life blissful. Lot of sex is the key Soon after your marriage, you realize that you have mistakenly married a neurotic who is worried most of the time, gets upset easily and his mood changes are so abrupt. Best solution to any such problem is to have lots and lots of sex, and the research of Michelle Russell and James McNulty of the University of Tennessee supports this notion. Adequate sex keeps such people satisfied and they rather forget…
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    The Start of Happiness

  • 7 Misconceptions About Getting Fit You Need to Learn

    Vineetha Reddy
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:13 pm
    I had developed some serious health problems when my doctor said that I needed to lose weight. Subsequently, I took the advice seriously, and I started working out. People at work, friends at parties and other moms at my son’s soccer practice would try to help me with small tips that had helped them lose weight. What I figured was that these tips did not always work for me. We do everything, follow every little advice that people share with us because we think that will help us also lose weight and become fit. Then my trainer told me that there are many similar myths regarding weight loss…
  • Is Your Inner Chatterbox Running Your Life?

    Megan Forrest
    31 Aug 2015 | 5:13 am
     “Comparison is truly the thief of joy.” -Chris Guillebeau   Inside each of our heads lives a chatterbox that runs all day long. It reminds us of everything we’ve ever done wrong, makes negative assumptions about what everyone else thinks of us, and tells us that we simply don’t measure up. It’s sneaky and quiet, but powerful. When I was first introduced to my inner chatterbox, I was 22 years old. I was sitting in an AA meeting, and this wonderful wise old man told me I have a voice in my head that never stops – a little chatterbox. He told me to practice listening for it,…
  • The Formula for Letting Go

    Julien Richard
    24 Aug 2015 | 5:53 am
    One of the worst ways of spending your day is worrying about something. Whether it’s troubles with money, a fight with a loved one, feeling guilty for something, it doesn’t matter. As long as your mind fixates on worrying about a certain topic, it just ruins your entire day. You can’t focus on anything else and it eats away at you, and the only solution for that is something that’s much easier said than done: letting go. Everyone tells you to “let it go” when you’re feeling stressed about something, but almost nobody tells you how to let it go, and…
  • 4 Ways to Amplify Your Confidence

    Laura Yates
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:03 am
    Lack of confidence can be a tough thing to contend with. It can prevent us going for what we want, make social interactions a challenge and leave us feeling lost, frustrated and stuck. There are things we can do to build our confidence though – it’s often not something that just comes naturally! Some things can be implemented in an instant whereas others take a little more time. As an introvert, confidence (or lack of it) is something I have had to deal with in life. Though actually, even the most outgoing people can lack confidence in many ways too. Confidence is unique to every person,…
  • 10 Crazy Ideas to Help Discover Motivation in Life

    Sarah Brooks
    3 Aug 2015 | 3:58 am
    Motivation is elusive at times, so each one of us has been challenged to find it when it escapes us.  Whether it is for a specific work assignment or simply to move life forward, motivation is an essential feature of high productivity and meaningful output. As a result, we lean on a variety of techniques to keep motivation high and continually adapt our approach to staying inspired.  When motivation runs dry, use the following tips to turn things around. Set a Mini-Goal Success begets motivation, so setting yourself up to win a small battle is a great way to support ongoing productivity. …
 
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    Big Picture. Fine Focus.

  • Tips for Traveling Light…

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    1 Sep 2015 | 4:33 am
    It is September 1st, 2015. How is it already September? Maybe you’re not surprised by how fast time seems to pass. I sure am. Yet when I look back upon the past 8 months, I am constantly in awe with where it began and where we are. It also makes me crazy excited for what is to come. 1 Corinthians 2:9 kids! Whether you’re excited that it is September, confused that it is September, or indifferent that it is September, this post is for all of us…a little back-to-school lesson that I for one, find myself being reminded of time and time again.
  • D-Free.

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:33 am
    “You never know what you have until it’s gone but you never know what you’ve been missing until it happens.” I’ve always loved this quote. I heard it years ago on a show some of you may or may not remember called “Temptation Island.” Let’s just say that this quote stuck with me. The rest of the show did not. Last week under the guidance of one of my doctors, I was asked/nudged/highly recommended/strongly suggested that I make a lifestyle change. As a Lifestyle Designer, I am no stranger to change. In fact, I like change. This change however was…
  • Beauty & Blessings: This Week in Wonder & Awe(some)

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    22 Aug 2015 | 9:34 am
    Hey there good looking! Happy Weekend:). Grab your favourite beverage, kick your feet-up, and sit- back and enjoy some of this week’s treasures.   Two words: Heavenly Joy. The little girl truly lives up to her name of Heavenly Joy. Watch as she uses her God-given talent to touch another. My favourite part? The song she chooses to sing to KLG:)   and in case you missed her on America’s Got Talent, watch and be amazed by the talent and the wisdom of this sweet soul. ————————————You. Are.
  • When I Find Myself Lost…

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:33 am
    The other night, Drew, my pops, and I were out in Niagara Falls to catch the nightly fireworks show. It was dark out and the there were TONS of people everywhere awaiting the show to begin. At one point, my eyes were drawn to a little boy who was looking around and calling out for his mum. He was lost. In that instant, I was transported to the countless times I was lost as a child. I would be in the store with my mum or dad, and wander off or I would find myself looking at something only to realize that they were no longer where I was. My heart would race, my mind would race. Standing by…
  • Beauty & Blessings: This Week in Wonder & Awe(some)

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    15 Aug 2015 | 8:33 am
    —————————————————————————————————————————— Spreading Optimism for a living… Looking for a new read?  Check this one out!
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    FeelingSuccess

  • Drake’s Recipe For Success And Words Of Wisdom

    Contributor
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:15 pm
      VYBO (Visualize Yourself Beyond Ordinary) is a youtube channel dedicated to showcasing a video compiled of interviews of celebrities and their advice to others. In this clip, hip hop genius Drake breakdown his formula for greatness. He revealed that being surrounded by other successful artists in the industry such as Rick Ross and Lil Wayne helped him a bunch. He took mental notes of them and their huge efforts to being the best and applied it to his own rise to fame. He claimed that they worked while others partied and they hustled and grinded harder than anyone he’s ever met.
  • 9 Things To Learn From ‘Straight Outta Compton’

    Contributor
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:21 pm
    Straight Outta Compton was a powerful movie on many terms as it evoked raw emotion and revealed the life and reality of the times and the circumstances that came along with the poverty, gangs and racial profiling that was surrounding the Compton area. Although there’s a ton of life lessons and things we can learn from the film, of course there’s a lot we shouldn’t take away from it either including the heavy drug use, degrading women and gang violence (these were the harsh realities of the area they lived in though). But, we are here to impose on some of the major…
  • Vincent Van Gogh

    Contributor
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:28 pm
    Born: March 30, 1853, Netherlands  | Successful For: Artist, Painter | Zodiac Sign: Aries “What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?” – Quote by Vincent Van Gogh 3 Success Lessons from Vincent Van Gogh’s Biography: Vincent Van Gogh’s Failure’s Along With Following His Instincts Led To His Ultimate Passion: He was raised by strict religious parents until he was sent to a boarding school from age 11 to 15 where he learned his first form of art and composition. At around 15 years old, Vincent Van Gogh’s family was struggling financially…
  • Mark Twain Quote

    Contributor
    27 Aug 2015 | 3:17 pm
    “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” – Mark Twain
  • Kerry Washington On Success And Inspiration

    Contributor
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:39 pm
      Scandal star Kerry Washington has really become a beaconing star in the film, theatre and now television world. The self-made woman does it all: She is a busy mother, wife, actress and is an avid fitness junkie who also attends church regularly. She is heavily motivated and like she claims in this clip, that her motivation comes from her inspiration, which is something outside of herself that comes from a place of ‘love’ that makes her feel like her best self. This intriguing interview was done by Self Magazine and they nailed the questions perfectly for the always elegant…
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    Achieve the Green Beret Way

  • Adopt a Growth Mindset and Achieve Your Goals

    Mike Martel
    30 Aug 2015 | 5:16 pm
    Some people just seem to be born to succeed. They appear to have an innate ability to grab the world with both hands and get what they want when they want it. They are called lucky, born with a silver spoon, or fortunate. They are publicly admired and secretly envied. They live life on their […] The post Adopt a Growth Mindset and Achieve Your Goals appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • Ask For Success

    Mike Martel
    29 Aug 2015 | 11:16 pm
    Have you ever noticed that successfully people asked to be successful? Funny isn’t it? This doesn’t mean that their success was an easy path. Instead it means that they were passionate enough about becoming successful, that they did whatever it took to reach it. The good thing is you can follow in their footsteps! In […] The post Ask For Success appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • Resolve and Planning

    Mike Martel
    23 Aug 2015 | 7:47 pm
    There are very specific elements that help you achieve success. Two of the most important elements are resolve and planning, and that’s what I’ll be discussing in this post. What is Resolve? Mirriam-Webster defines resolve as – “to make a definite and serious decision to do something”. I’d actually go a bit further to point […] The post Resolve and Planning appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • The G.I.V.E. U.P. Method for Getting Things Done

    Mike Martel
    4 Aug 2015 | 9:02 pm
    Do you want to know a secret to success? Give up. Or, more accurately, G.I.V.E. U.P. No, I’m not talking about giving up on your goals and your dreams. Instead, I’m talking about you giving up your negative mindset and bad habits. Specifically, here are the six things you can G.I.V.E. U.P. in order to […] The post The G.I.V.E. U.P. Method for Getting Things Done appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
  • How to Make the R.I.G.H.T. Decisions

    Mike Martel
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:20 pm
    Where ever you are in life, you’re there because of the series of decisions you’ve made in the past. If you’re not happy with where you are, then chances are you’ve made some poor decisions in the past. Example: Most people who’re overweight are carrying those extra pounds because they made a series of decisions […] The post How to Make the R.I.G.H.T. Decisions appeared first on Achieve the Green Beret Way.
 
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    Married with Luggage

  • Encore Episode #56 – When Your Dream Evolves

    Warren
    2 Sep 2015 | 2:23 am
    Listen to the Episode http://traffic.libsyn.com/marriedwithluggage/Podcast_56_REPLAY__9-2-2015_-_Our_Spanish_House_copy.mp3 Click here to download the encore of Episode #56 Show Notes The Married with Luggage Podcast never takes a vacation. But we do! Over the past few weeks we’ve highlighted a few of our most popular past episodes, and today is your last peek into the archive. (Well, unless you just […]
  • Encore Podcast #105: I Wrote a Romance Novel

    Warren
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:45 am
    The Married with Luggage Podcast never takes a vacation. But Betsy and Warren do! This month we’re highlighting a few of our most popular past episodes, and today’s is called ‘I wrote a romance novel.’ You know why? Because I did! If you’re thinking of writing a book or any endeavor where you don’t quite know all […]
  • Encore Podcast #71: Why You Only Get 3 Chances at Love with Ty Tashiro, PhD

    Betsy
    19 Aug 2015 | 1:49 am
    A note from Married with Luggage: we are taking the month of August to enjoy visiting Galicia, Spain. We’re housesitting in a motorhome and decided to leave our microphone behind. Instead we are sharing a few of our most popular episodes of the last 2.5 years. Whether you are listening for the first time or have […]
  • Replay of Podcast #79 – How Women’s Erotica Can Stimulate Your Sex Life with Rachel Kramer Bussel

    Warren
    12 Aug 2015 | 2:37 am
    A note from Married with Luggage: we are taking the month of August to enjoy visiting Galicia, Spain. We’re housesitting in a motorhome with 2 cats and decided to leave our microphone behind. Instead we are sharing a few of our most popular episodes of the last 2.5 years. Whether you are listening for the first time […]
  • The Stunt Husband by Catharine Bramkamp

    Betsy
    6 Aug 2015 | 12:35 am
    Editor’s Note: Guest author Catharine Bramkamp is a popular author/award winning poet/ podcaster/ champion of Newbie Writers everywhere. She is a successful writing coach and author of a dozen books including the Real Estate Diva Mysteries series, The Future Girls series (Eternal Press) and editor of the Redwood poetry collection, And the Beats Go On. Her […]
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    Simple Life Strategies

  • Success Secrets (+ hello from Rome!)

    Zoë B
    19 Aug 2015 | 2:24 am
    OMG PEOPLE I’M IN ROME!!! I had to write in capitals because everything in this city is SO DAMN HUGE. Seriously. In comparison to the buildings you feel like a small flea here. Anyways. In-case you didn’t know I’m here on my honeymoon…and we’ve been soaking up the sights that Roma has to offer. There’s the Colosseum (aka me and hubby above)…there’s the Vatican City (and oh my goodness the Sistine Chapel)…St peter’s of Basilica…the Pantheon…the Trevi Fountain….and a bazillion more incredible breath-taking sights. But what do all of these buildings have in common? And…
  • Why Mindfulness is better than Chocolate – David Michie Interview

    Zoë B
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:35 pm
    You’ve probably heard the term mindfulness being bandied around of late – but do you really know what it is? Or how to do it? Today I’m sharing with you expert insights from best selling mindfulness author – David Michie. Now before you shrug this off as another fad, know that mindfulness comes with a whole heap of benefits including lowering stress levels, reducing depression and even slowing down the aging process! That’s right – you could get younger just by watching this interview! (well almost…) Watch our video interview to find out: The science behind mindfulness and why…
  • The 7 Rules I Live By

    Zoë B
    13 Jul 2015 | 6:13 pm
    I often get asked about how I live my life and if I follow any set pattern of beliefs or rules. While the answer is most definitely yes; there are concepts and ideas that I strongly believe allow me to live a happier and more successful life, I also believe rules are meant to be broken. And they’re not forever. A rule that may inspire and enlighten me now, may no longer serve me in the future. So my take on it is this; have rules if they are useful but be careful they don’t end up controlling you or limiting you in any way. After all you’re the one who empowered these ‘rules’ in…
  • How to be Uber Successful Without Working Yourself to Death

    Zoë B
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:28 pm
    Have you ever wished you could be successful without having to work like a crazy person? We hear stories of the uber successful working 18 hour days, being constantly on demand and stressed to the max – and then we wonder why so many of us are afraid of success. It’s just too much hard work! Or is it? Over the last few years I’ve noticed a shift away from owning 18 hour days like they were a badge of honor, to a desire to lead a more healthy, balanced, successful life. I mean what’s the use in success if we’re too burned out to enjoy it? And yet one of the most persistent beliefs…
  • 12 Inspiring Quotes to Evoke Happiness

    Zoë B
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:20 pm
    Just over a week ago I went along to the Happiness & it’s Causes Conference at Lunar Park here in Sydney. W.O.W. E. E. For three glorious days I completely immersed myself in insights, knowledge & hot tips from some of the worlds leading neuroscientists & experts on the subject of happiness. And the things I learned are just too good not to share. But…there was SO MUCH INFORMATION that I have been pondering how on earth I will share it all with you guys. I seem to remember it was the same situation last year too J So – like last year, I’m sharing my top quotes from the…
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    Think Smarter World

  • Dear America: Have We Gone Too Far?

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:27 am
    Each of us lives in a highly complex system, which for most of us comprises our physical and mental health, our family, job, home, community, the attributes of the state or country we live in, the friends we socialize with, and the quality of our physical environment. These all form the total system we inhabit in our day to day lives. There are also many interconnections between the various pieces in our “personal system” and other systems outside of it – other individuals, groups, or countries for example. Our relative level of contentment then is based upon how well our…
  • Trevor Blake and the Physics of Success

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    16 Jul 2015 | 5:57 am
    Trevor Blake, the author of Three Simple Steps, has lead an inspiring life. Rising from poverty and a dysfunctional home in his childhood in Britain he eventually became an elite officer in the British military and most recently started and successfully sold a couple of medical / biotech companies.  What allowed him to make the transition from difficult conditions to ample life success was frequent trips to the library in his youth as a way to escape the difficult conditions at home.  There, he began to study the lives of successful people who had discovered how to harness the power of…
  • Sound Healing…More than Just a Good Vibration

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:44 am
    In an energetic based reality, sound vibration becomes an important source of manipulating our personal energy levels.  Music lovers of all ages instinctually know its healing properties and use it indirectly for that purpose on a regular basis.  But this is just the tip of ice-berg when it comes to what sound can do for our health. In their book, Decoding the Human Biofield, Peter Fraser and Harry Massey, founders of NES Health, explain that their research shows that the heart is much more than a simple pump and that what it provides is a control mechanism for distributing energy and…
  • A Seven Level Model of Personal Consciousness

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    3 Jul 2015 | 1:43 pm
    Stanford physics professor emeritus William Tiller in February 2015 wrote a paper titled – “What is Human Consciousness and How Do We Significantly Increase Its Magnitude in Our World?”. In the paper Professor Tiller outlines a mathematical model to represent consciousness, but a portion of the paper that is more easily accessible to a broader audience is his description of consciousness using Richard Barret’s model (which is based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs).  It’s a good model to visually understand the levels involved in increasing your own consciousness over…
  • Catholic Theologian John F. Haught on the Importance of Evolution

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:43 pm
    As Pope Francis unveiled his very important plea to save the planet over the last few weeks, here is another Catholic who also has a positive message – that humanity is still evolving and that we all need to do our part.  Dr. John F. Haught, Distinguished professor of Theology at Georgetown University spoke about that imperative in What is Enlightenment magazine some ten years ago. His words are as relevant as ever: Q:  French Priest and Mystic, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s suggested that evolution is ongoing as opposed to the idea that we have come to an endpoint in the evolution…
 
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    Be a Light To The World:

  • 3 Crazy Things You Didn’t Know About Feeling Useless.

    Ikechi Awazie
    30 Aug 2015 | 9:42 pm
    When one realizes that his life is worthless he either commits suicide or travels. Edward Dahlberg I’m tired of feeling worthless. I’m tired of feeling hopeless. But above all, I’m tired of feeling tired. Unknown So you feel inferior and worthless all the time. You feel so useless that you … The post 3 Crazy Things You Didn’t Know About Feeling Useless. appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Why Your Story Will Always be a Bestseller

    Ikechi Awazie
    17 Aug 2015 | 3:22 am
    One of the strangest thing in the publishing world is when authors wait to be picked by the gatekeepers.  To be a Bestselling author, you must be bestowed such honor either by big publishers, celebrity authors or some standard award body. Strange isn’t it? that an author needs the validation … The post Why Your Story Will Always be a Bestseller appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Against All Odds: A Quadriplegic Artist Spreads Hope With His MasterPiece

    Ikechi Awazie
    3 Aug 2015 | 6:27 pm
    Every man has the potential to influence his generation Here is another series on Be an Inspiration. This is a space where I challenge you with inspiring stories of people and communities that are making a difference in the globe. You will see that anyone can make a difference and … The post Against All Odds: A Quadriplegic Artist Spreads Hope With His MasterPiece appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Keep The Faith, Find Your Fire and Set The World Alight

    Ikechi Awazie
    26 Jul 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Is your flame of passion on the verge of being taken out? Are you struggling with making a difference and feel that your world is upside down? What if you knew that there is something that is missing in your life and preventing you from making a difference?   I … The post Keep The Faith, Find Your Fire and Set The World Alight appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Stop Doing This To Your Dreams

    Ikechi Awazie
    11 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Everyone laughed out loud except me. I was quiet as Jimmy kept going on and on about his dreams. What was it about Jimmy’s dreams that was so funny yet made me sad? Why is that I had so much pity for Jimmy’s dream? His dream was meant to make … The post Stop Doing This To Your Dreams appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
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    NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim

  • How To Own The Stage With These 4 Public Speaking Secrets

    Jacky Lim
    19 Aug 2015 | 7:45 pm
    Speaking in front of a crowd can be a terrifying experience. There are so many things to consider – to a point that you think that no amount of practice can ever save you from the fear of delivering a speech or presentation. More often, rarely do you get the motivation to get rid of […] The post How To Own The Stage With These 4 Public Speaking Secrets appeared first on NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim.
  • NLP Language of Sales

    Jacky Lim
    10 Aug 2015 | 11:24 pm
    What is the Milton Model? The Milton Model was created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder. They named it after the world-renowned hypnotherapist, Milton Erickson, who is considered the founder of clinical hypnotherapy.  This model consists of a set of hypnotic language patterns used to induce a change in the response. NLP recognizes the impact […] The post NLP Language of Sales appeared first on NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim.
  • Procrastinate Your Way to Success!

    Jacky Lim
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:29 pm
    The Hidden Success of Procrastinating The ironic title was meant to get your attention and I am sure at this point, it has succeeded. Actually, I was lucky to beat the deadline for this post. Or did I just go through what every successful procrastinator endures to become triumphant at the end? To put everyone […] The post Procrastinate Your Way to Success! appeared first on NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim.
  • Collapse Anchors to Overcome Stage Fright

    Jacky Lim
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:40 am
    Is standing in front of a crowd highly terrifying? Does it shake it to your core that you end up useless and just a nervous wreck? If you want to overcome this negative emotion then you have come to the right place. Jacky Lim shares how you are able to own the stage by using […] The post Collapse Anchors to Overcome Stage Fright appeared first on NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim.
  • What’s Your State of Mind?

    Jacky Lim
    19 Jun 2015 | 3:06 am
    If I were to ask you now what your greatest strengths as an entrepreneur or as a working professional, what would they be? I am pretty sure you have one or all of these as your top answers: team player, flexible, emphatic, competitive, effective communicator and patient. But, would you believe me that there is […] The post What’s Your State of Mind? appeared first on NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim.
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    Newaccra Magazine - success, personal development, healthy lifestyle, current sports & entertainment

  • WSA 2015: Three Things We Learnt about Technology in Ghana, By Listening To CitiTrends

    Newaccra
    24 Aug 2015 | 5:43 pm
    If you closely follow technology happenings in Ghana, you will know that Citi97.3FM is changing the game with a new show called CitiTrends. Hosted and produced by Philip Kofi Ashon, the half-hour radio magazine show presents the latest in technology and its application in Ghana. Months after its debut, CitiTrends has been nominated for the World Summit Award 2015 as the most innovative solution in Media & News from Ghana. This is not the first time honour is coming the way of the show and its host. In March 2015, Newaccra Magazine named Philip as one of ‘Thirty Ghanaians about to…
  • CitiTrends Nominated for World Summit Awards

    Newaccra
    22 Aug 2015 | 12:34 pm
    Citi FM’s flagship technology show, CitiTrends, has been nominated for the World Summit Award 2015 as the best and most innovative solution in Media & News from Ghana. The nomination, according to the Awards committee, represents the show’s efforts at pushing digital literacy and represents the best digital education entry from the West African country. The World Summit Award selects and promotes the world’s best e-Content and innovative information and communication technology applications. The award is partnered with the key United Nations organisations and agencies; to date more…
  • How To Invest Your Money Profitably; 5 Things To Check

    Josephine Ofei Darko Asare-Bediako
    18 Aug 2015 | 6:20 am
    As ambitious people looking to have a secured future, one of the most important things we need to do is to invest. Investing today will ensure that we have enough resources to sustain our standard of living today and tomorrow. Investing makes our money work for us. It builds an additional stream of income that cushions us and gives us enough funding to achieve our dreams of building businesses, houses, buying cars etc. It is worth noting that, investments also have the potential to enable us hedge against currency depreciation, because the value or interest on your invested sum increases even…
  • Hetura Books Trains Reach Marketing Ghana On Strategies To Sell More Books

    Newaccra
    11 Aug 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Trainers from Hetura Books have completed a one-day training programme for team members of Reach Marketing Ghana, on implementing workable strategies for the sale of books. A total of twelve individuals, ten from Reach Marketing, and two from Hetura Books participated in the event held at the Central University College, Miotso campus. The Team Lead of Hetura Books, Jonathan Adzokpe, opened the event by defining TEAM as “Together Everyone Achieves More”,  before moving on to talk about the qualities of a winning team. According to Jonathan, a winning team is one that has a shared vision,…
  • 10 Serious Quotes From African Telecoms Magnate, Strive Masiyiwa; Number 7 is Touching!

    Eric Kumah
    11 Aug 2015 | 12:17 pm
    It is not every day that you find a successful businessman who takes it upon himself to teach beginners the way to success. That is why Strive Masiyiwa, the Zimbabwean entrepreneur, is different. Strive founded Econet Wireless, the telecoms company that brought the first ever NBA basketball game to African soil. Forbes Magazine named him number 41 on last year’s Africa rich list, the BBC described him as an ‘avid champion of entrepreneurship’, and Newaccra Magazine named him as the ‘business leader young entrepreneurs should be following on Facebook in 2015′. This…
 
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    Why I Left Google

  • Why a Sabbatical Can Massively Boost Your Focus

    Arman Assadi
    13 Aug 2015 | 10:39 am
    Total Reading Time: 6 minutes. I’m going on a blog publishing sabbatical. Before you get sad and feel like you just stepped in a puddle and have wet sock (worst thing ever), allow me to share some reasons why you may want to do the same. I’ll also share my own motivations for doing this ... The post Why a Sabbatical Can Massively Boost Your Focus appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • Who Really Knows You? For Most the Answer Is Hard to Swallow

    Arman Assadi
    22 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
    Total Reading Time: 4 minutes. “But what does it all mean, Basil?” The famous line by the one and only Austin Powers. The meaning of things is a key question the curious often ask. We often find that the more curious we are, the more answers we find. But often the more answers we find, ... The post Who Really Knows You? For Most the Answer Is Hard to Swallow appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • Marketing Persona 101: How to Reach Your Audience When No One Is Listening

    Arman Assadi
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    Total Reading Time: 10 minutes. I remember when it finally clicked. I had just finished creating and launching my first venture as a solopreneur, an online course on email management, Effortless Email, based around some education during my time on the Google Apps team. I was ready to finally start bringing in the sales. Everything I did was brand new to me. ... The post Marketing Persona 101: How to Reach Your Audience When No One Is Listening appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • 5 Simple Strategies for Finding Supporters That Grow Your Company

    Arman Assadi
    9 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    Total Reading Time: 7 minutes. When I arrived at the El Salvador International Airport (SAL) that early Spring morning in 2009, I was greeted by a young woman with an infectious, heart-warming smile. That woman was Emily Moberly. A good friend of mine who’d recently met Emily convinced me to accompany him as a volunteer and ... The post 5 Simple Strategies for Finding Supporters That Grow Your Company appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • 10 Must Have Apps for the Travel Lover

    Arman Assadi
    3 Jun 2015 | 10:00 am
    Total Reading Time: 5 minutes. It was the late Summer of 2013 and I had just finished traveling all throughout Southeast Asia for 97 days. This was my first experience with traveling while working, and many lessons were learned. The most difficult aspect of these nomadic 3+ months was not knowing who or what to trust when it ... The post 10 Must Have Apps for the Travel Lover appeared first on Why I Left Google.
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    perfectmarketingequation.com

  • Internet Marketing: 3 Things You Must Know

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:52 pm
    I remember about 5 years ago when I was recovering from the failure of my first business and going into venture number two the terms Internet Marketing were becoming two of the most popular buzzwords. Every social media platform was filled with links to articles about the new craze. There were also tons of events all over town, and of course a new breed of experts were born, the Internet Marketers. Truthfully, if I had known anything about Internet Marketing in business number one, it would have never failed and I possibly wouldn’t have lost my retirement nest egg.   If other…
  • Internet Marketing – The 7 Pillars of Website Success

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    10 Aug 2015 | 6:44 pm
    The purpose of a website is THE MOST mis-understood piece of building an Internet marketing strategy. Most people use it as an over-priced business card. Your website is supposed to create traffic, leads, and revenue opportunity. When it accomplishes this task – your Internet marketing strategy is sound! Now if you’re smart, you’re using social media sites like Twitter and Facebook to drive traffic to your website. If you’re even smarter you’re paying for website traffic through Facebook advertising and other avenues. Yes. (Smart) People pay for website…
  • The Ability to Stay Focused – The Core of Any Success

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    3 Jun 2015 | 4:21 pm
    The ability to stay focused is at the core of ANY success. If you aren’t focused in your business and don’t have a clear idea of your goals and purposes, you’ll ALWAYS struggle. I’ve never been shy about telling people my entrepreneur story. If you haven’t heard it, I’m a recession-entrepreneur. I was shoved from a job that I absolutely loved for almost 9 years. I guess in my ignorance/bliss of loving my job it never occurred to me that could happen. It never entered my mind that my job could be taken from me and everything I worked for over 9 years would…
  • Marketing Strategies – Survive or Thrive in Your Business?

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    2 Apr 2015 | 6:14 am
    Very often I will get asked by a business owner, “How can my business survive in today’s marketplace?” My heart breaks a little when I hear the question, I find it painful that one has the goal of merely surviving. I want every business owner to have the goal of thriving. It’s possible! You’ll first need to understand why the marketplace is so tough, then its matter of coming up with a marketing strategy and plan of attack. Let’s determine the reasoning behind the more difficult economy. First, it’s important to understand that most everything that…
  • How to Use Presentation Platforms to Increase Website Traffic

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    25 Feb 2015 | 8:37 am
    Let’s face it, coming up with a social media marketing strategy is overwhelming. There’s so many moving parts, you probably don’t know how to use it or more importantly why to use it. First, let’s talk about what a social media strategy should be about – it’s about growing your followers AND driving traffic to your website. Social media platforms are amazing for increasing website traffic. Post Google updates (Penguin, Hummingbird etc.) organic traffic (Traffic that comes from the result of people typing into the search engine a certain phrase or keyword…
 
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    jscottdonnell

  • Like Anything Else, Running Takes Consistent Practice.

    6 Aug 2015 | 4:12 pm
    In the past couple weeks, I slowly came to the tough realization that I'm not in the same running shape as I was back in April.  Looking back at some of my recent runs where I was trying to crank out 8-10 miles at under 9:00/mile pace, I see that I wasn't hitting a wall, getting dehydrated, or having trouble dealing with the heat, I'm just not at the training level I was for my half marathon a few months back.  Much to my own chagrin, my high school football coach's mantra of "you either get
  • A Bit of Catch Up and Starting Marathon Training

    4 Aug 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Catching Up: The Bear Hill Climb   Almost a month ago, I ran The Bear race, a 5 mile run up part of Grandfather Mountain.  If you've even poked your head in on this blog occasionally, you've more than likely seen me mention it since it's a pretty big deal for me.  For years, this race was the reason I ran and the reason I would keep myself in shape at all and this was my sixth year running it.     I'm very proud to say that I crushed my previous best time of about 1:03 and posted a little over
  • New PR To Start Tapering Phase

    3 Jul 2015 | 10:44 am
    I'm not sure if it was taking some time off of doing hard workouts, waiting until the temperature wasn't utterly oppressive, relaxing from my previous fixation on pacing with several days of running unplugged, or a combination of these, but I set an all time personal record this week.  I hit a 3.12 mile run in 24:29, averaging 7:50 per mile.     The sub-25 minute 5k was a revised version of my goal to get a 5k distance run in under 30 minutes, but as I worked my speed up, I ratcheted down my
  • Building A New Morning Routine - Part 3: Meditating

    30 Jun 2015 | 9:04 pm
    I've been posting recently about my new morning routine that I'm experimenting with.  The first facet I dug into was my endeavor into daily journaling and today, I'm focusing on meditation.   Meditation, mindfulness, focused breathing; call it what you will, but I've found it to have an awesome effect on my mental approach to my day and the way I feel in general.  This is a subject that I've started to pursue learning more about now that I've tried it out for several days, but like I said in my
  • What I Learned From Running Unplugged

    25 Jun 2015 | 8:30 am
    It's rough to have a goal for a training run and not make it.  I've certainly had my share of off days, but usually it was kind of a one off and I bounced back pretty quickly.  However, in my post last Thursday, I discussed how I'd been repeatedly hitting a wall around 4 miles into my runs.  That really put a damper on runs that I planned to be 6 or more miles.  Consequently, I noticed my motivation dropping rapidly when it came to running so I knew I had to change up my plan somehow.   My
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    Lift up Ideas

  • How To Forgive Someone – 9 Powerful Tips

    jonas
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Forgive and forget! That’s easy to say but pretty hard to implement when you are badly hurt by someone. When you are deeply injured, you make a promise that you are never going to forgive that person. But then comes a time, no matter what the reason be, that you have to forgive and you ...
  • Ecosia Search Engine; One that Plants Trees

    Sarah
    14 Aug 2015 | 9:12 am
    Ecosia is a search engine that was founded by Christian Kroll in 2009. It can be called as green search engine because it donates 80% of the profit received from advertisements to plant treesin Burkina Faso in Africa. Ecosia search engine is certified by B-labs as a b-corporation; one that induces positive impact on the ...
  • How to Find Happiness

    Sarah
    10 Aug 2015 | 1:20 am
    “Happiness is journey not a destination”. -Unknown Happiness exists even in the darkest moments of life. What you need is an optimistic approach towards life. (Read more: Be positive and you will feel blessed) By going through the article, you can find some helpful tips on how to find happiness in a relationship and with ...
  • Solar Storm of 12 Hours Deadline Can Strike The Earth

    Sarah
    7 Aug 2015 | 10:13 am
    Scientists have predicted the possibility of a solar storm that will give only 12 hours deadline before bringing about mass destruction on earth. We all live in a world, now, that is so much immersed in advanced technology that we are depending upon it even for our survival. Our daily activities; turning on a light ...
  • The Beautiful Skeleton Flower

    Sarah
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:40 pm
    Skeleton Flower Flowers are a gift of nature that improve our emotional health. They always delight our senses and lighten up our mood. Skeleton flower is a unique flower having umbrella like petals that can change colour. Skeleton flower is different from other flowers in its ability to turn transparent when it gets wet. This ...
 
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    Life Made to Order

  • Law of Attraction: When You’re Not Really Sure What the Hell You Want

    Kelli Cooper
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:10 am
    One of the misconceptions about the law of attraction is that you always have to be thinking about what you want, and have to figure out every last detail, lest you might not get exactly what you want; and oh God, how awful would that be? And as such, feeling like you don’t know what you want can be quite anxiety-inducing. How can things get better if I am not sure what ‘better’ looks like? How can I get stuff that will make me happy if I am not quite sure what would produce this much desired state? How can I focus when I am not sure what to focus on? This whole process can…
  • Podcast Episode #13: Law of Attraction: 5 Fears Messing with Your Energy

    Kelli Cooper
    20 Aug 2015 | 6:02 am
    Successfully applying the principles of the law of attraction means clearing out any energies that contradict what you want. And one of the most problematic energies is fear. And said fear comes in a variety of forms. Today’s podcast talks about five common ones that I think a lot of people will resonate with, and how to release these fears. I hope you enjoy it!  I also wanted to let you know about my new post on the Huffington Post all about the role of action in the attraction process. Check it out here. If you want to learn more about law of attraction, you can also find my Making…
  • Law of Attraction: Lessons Learned from Building My Blog and Business (That Apply to Anything) Pt. 2

    Kelli Cooper
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:45 am
    Welcome to part two of my musings on how I applied the principles of the law of attraction to my blogging and business endeavors. Like I mentioned in the first post, these lessons are applicable to any type of manifestation, not just business. So no matter what you have your sights set on, you’ll walk away with something to chew on for sure. But first I did want to address something in regards to what I wrote in part one. The examples I gave about how I went about things, such as not checking stats, or not feeling compelled to read up on various aspects of how to blog,etc…are not…
  • Law of Attraction: Lessons Learned from Building My Blog and Business (That Apply To Anything)

    Kelli Cooper
    17 Aug 2015 | 5:10 am
    I am so passionate about educating people about the law of attraction because learning about it changed my life dramatically. My experience has shown me over and over and over again, that by directing our focus on what we want, and away from what we don’t, we can let in more of the former and less of the latter. By engaging in some self-reflection, teasing out the beliefs that weren’t serving me, and shifting them, I created a whole new reality. Like anybody else, I am on the proverbial journey and I’ll never be done. And for the most part I have made peace with…
  • Podcast Episode #12: Law of Attraction: Are We Having Fun Yet?

    Kelli Cooper
    13 Aug 2015 | 5:52 am
    Are you a serious student of the law of attraction? Are you still buying into the idea that getting what you want is supposed to be difficult, and the ‘effort’ is what makes you worthy of receiving it? Us personal development people often fall into the trap of thinking this work is supposed to be serious all the time. After all, we are tackling some pretty big issues, and trying to create some really big things that are important to us. We are doing all this work so we can have fun and be happier. That can’t happen if fun and happiness and absent from the equation now. If…
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    Life Unbalanced

  • Torn ACL’s, Cadavers & Decisions

    Joe Ciccarone
    10 Aug 2015 | 11:45 am
    “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.” – Tony Robbins  The way forward begins when we decide it does. I was training in jiu jitsu.  My knee popped. It was the sound that changed my summer. I tried hard to convince myself my knee was “getting better”.  After a few futile attempts at jogging, I knew it was time to see a specialist. Fast forward: 2 weeks of limping, X-Rays, and an MRI later. I was standing next to an orthopedic surgeon.  He read the MRI report. Full ACL tear. Bleep. The surgeon gave me 2 options: 1) Physical Therapy:…
  • Adversity, Knee Braces, & Attitude

    Joe Ciccarone
    7 Jun 2015 | 5:46 pm
    “If the road is easy, you’re likely going the wrong way.” ― Terry Goodkind  ADVERSITY enters our lives when we least expect it. How we deal with our challenges defines who we are. While training in jiu jitsu, I heard a pop in my knee. Yikes! Not the background music I was hoping to hear while training. 2 weeks later… I am standing next to an orthopedic surgeon looking at an MRI that shows what a full ACL tear looks like. Fun times. Dealing with a knee injury could bring a level of adversity to your daily life. I am a HUGE believer that our life is 10% what happens to us…
  • Class Trip

    Joe Ciccarone
    18 May 2015 | 10:54 am
    “The difference between school and life? In school, you’re taught a lesson then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.” – Tom Bodett  No force on earth is as loud as a bus full of amped up 2nd graders. Every year I block off a day and attend a class trip with each of my kids. It’s a fantastic experience. It’s fascinating to see your kids interact with their classmates. Even at 8 years old, they form their own groups. Leaders emerge. Strong personalities are apparent. My school days may be over, but the lessons keep…
  • Home Alone

    Joe Ciccarone
    28 Apr 2015 | 8:06 pm
    “Lessons learned at home last the longest.”  – Thomas Monson  Life finds new ways to challenge us. Last week my wife had to travel for work.  She went on a 5 day business trip. That meant 3 kids and I would be HOME ALONE. 3 kids + 101 activities + 1 busy work week = CHALLENGE. Batten down the hatches. The 5 day experience was: 1 part family bonding 1 part taxi / catering service 1 part fraternity pledge The week taught me a few lessons: 1) Preparation is Magic. Being prepared slows down the chaos. I did the morning work the night before: Lunches made Bags packed Clothes…
  • Break Away

    Joe Ciccarone
    18 Apr 2015 | 2:51 pm
    “My only requirement for life is that I don’t get stuck in a rut.” – Malin Ackerman It was time for a break. No blogging.  No city traffic.  No hustling 5 people out the door by 8am. Time to reset.   Time to BREAK AWAY. We had an opportunity to take a vacation.  I booked our family’s first flight together. Traveling with 3 young kids.  No small feat. Time to roll the dice.  Time to create some memories. The anticipation of a BIG event is sometimes better than the event itself. Not this time. “Best week of my life.” – our 8 year old said…
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    Life of victory, victorious life, motivation, self-help, goal setting, inspiration Victory Inquiry

  • Duke Kahanamoku Quotes + Test Your Knowledge on 'The Duke'

    Victory Inquiry
    3 Sep 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Duke Kahanamoku QuotesDuke Kahanamoku quotes can be used to inspire, motivate and amuse.  Known as the father of modern surfing, Duke Kahanamoku's quotes, thoughts and reflections will continue to impact lives.Kahanamoku is widely regarded as the St. Paul of surfing.  Forced to quit school to support his family, Kahanamoku is no stranger to hard work.  He shined shoes and delivered newspapers in order to help his family.  He eventually returned to school but did not graduate.  Instead Kahanamoku fished and would use his diver's income to help support his…
  • Who Are You Really According To Your Astrological Sign?

    Victory Inquiry
    2 Sep 2015 | 12:12 pm
  • Which Fierce Historical Woman Were You In A Past Life?

    Victory Inquiry
    2 Sep 2015 | 11:57 am
  • What does Your doodle say about You?

    Victory Inquiry
    2 Sep 2015 | 11:49 am
  • DR Wayne Dyer death - Best of video

    Victory Inquiry
    31 Aug 2015 | 11:28 am
    DR Wayne Dyer death - Best of videoWAYNE W. DYER is an internationally renowned author and speaker in the fields of self-development and spiritual growth. He’s the author of over 40 books, including 20 New York Times bestsellers. He has created many audio and video programs, and has appeared on thousands of television and radio shows. He also has 10 PBS Specials which have raised over $250 million dollars for public television. *------------------------------------------------------------ DR Wayne Dyer dead 1940 -2015 DR Wayne Dyer dead 1940 -2015 DR Wayne Dyer dead 1940 -2015 DR Wayne Dyer…
 
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    7 Mindsets

  • Suffering is Optional with the Right Mindset

    Jeff Waller
    2 Sep 2015 | 11:55 pm
    Eckhart Tolle tells the story of a duck in his great book A New Earth. In the story, the duck gets into an intense altercation with another duck.  They fight violently for a few seconds and then separate.  As the ducks part, each makes a great show of shaking its feathers and wings.  In an instant, they release all the anger and intensity of the moment.  The episode is over just like that, and all is back to normal; no more pain, no more suffering. In addition to a working thumb, we humans are also different from animals because of our consciousness, which gives us the ability to harbor…
  • Professional Development for Teachers

    Jeff Waller
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:21 am
    When I think back on my time in school, I have memories of things like the lunchroom, the gymnasium, the hallways and the general flow of students between periods. I remember my friends, and I remember the kids I didn’t get along with. Most of all, I remember moments. Points in time when teachers would say something good or bad, leaving an indelible impression on me for the rest of my life. I remember Mrs. Bulloch telling me to come out of my shell, that I had something important to share with the world that needed to be said. She got me to do things I never would’ve done, and I often go…
  • 5 Relaxation Techniques for Stress at School

    Jeff Waller
    24 Aug 2015 | 1:21 am
    Space!!!  We could all use more of it in our lives.  Not the physical kind, but the mental and emotional kind. A few years ago, I met a woman who ran a foundation focused on preventing teen suicide.  Her brother had taken his own life when she was young, and that had compelled her to become part of a solution.  A very popular and outgoing student, he kept a 4.3 GPA and played on the football team.  He was the last person anyone would have expected to be struggling with deep emotional issues. Sleep is the time when we allow our bodies to relax and release the stresses and anxieties of the…
  • Dealing with Negative People

    Jeff Waller
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:33 am
    Early in my career, I had the opportunity to work in Europe. I was on assignment alone for ten months and ended up feeling very isolated. One of my escapes from the solitude, however, was the newfound interest I found in art. I became mesmerized by the influential artist Édouard Manet (not to be confused with Claude Monet). I remember being in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris standing in front of his masterwork, The Luncheon on the Grass, and getting lost in it. I had arrived at the museum at 9:00 in the morning and, before I knew it, it was 5:00pm. I spent days there, mostly in front of…
  • Tips for Motivating Teens

    Jeff Waller
    12 Aug 2015 | 12:16 pm
    In 2010, we ran the first pilot of our program at a local Middle School. That school provided us with a group of at-risk students who were in jeopardy of dropping out. To measure the program’s effectiveness, school administration was monitoring its impact on the students’ math test scores on the state standardized test. Shortly after the program’s conclusion, a young man approached his math teacher wanting to retake the test. He told her that, “A C was no longer good enough for him.” For this young student, the program had given the greatest gift possible: intrinsic motivation and…
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    A Life Enjoyed

  • Civil War-Era Home Renovation (Update)

    Lauren
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:11 pm
    So, here is what we are up to on our Civil War-Era Home renovation. Brance has been stripping the paint off of the original stairwell in the entry. You wouldn’t believe how many layers of paint were put on this beautiful mahogany wood in over 100 years. Well, maybe you would. But, pinch me, I can’t […]The post Civil War-Era Home Renovation (Update) appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • Mom, today can be different

    Lauren
    30 Aug 2015 | 10:39 pm
    (This is Abigail and I during our trip to Martha’s Vineyard this spring) Being a mom is one of life’s greatest privileges and joys. Really, truly. And yet, sometimes, in the hustle and crazy of the everyday we sort of lose sight of that. Somewhere between the meals, the carpools, the lessons, the baths, the playdates, […]The post Mom, today can be different appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • Dealing with loss and sorrow

    Lauren
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:29 am
    (Anonymous 17th-century watercolor of the Semper augustus) I am writing this post in honor of a dear friend of mine who has experienced a lot of loss in her life recently. Hers was in the form of a potential adoption of a child that fell through. A child that she and her husband had spent months caring for. […]The post Dealing with loss and sorrow appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • Increase marital heat WITHOUT crushing on someone else

    Lauren
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:09 pm
    I read an article on a popular blog recently that saddened me and frustrated me all at the same time. In it, the author encouraged married people to foster crushes on people other than their spouse. Her reason. Because it could turn up the heat in their primary relationship. She wrote, “A crush can be entirely […]The post Increase marital heat WITHOUT crushing on someone else appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • A mirror and a close call with garbage collectors

    Lauren
    10 Aug 2015 | 11:32 am
    I experienced a first recently. I actually rummaged through someone else’s garbage on the sidewalk! I couldn’t help myself. Someone had set out an antique wood mirror and I love old things. I felt a little funny when I first noticed it and pulled it from the trash, so that I could get a better look. Especially since […]The post A mirror and a close call with garbage collectors appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
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    In Wealth & Health

  • Skillet Ground Turkey Curry with Garbanzo Beans and Dates

    Jessa Nowak
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:57 pm
      Easy, healthy, light, high protein and low carbohydrate. Nothing could be better than this skillet ground turkey curry with spinach, garbanzo beans and dates. Perfect for a weeknight meal, it’s made in one pan and is ready in 15 minutes.       This recipe was a fluke that instantly turned into a favorite. I had attempted to quickly throw together a dinner that used ground turkey that wasn’t spaghetti and meat sauce or meatballs. I recall wanting to create something close to the Thai dish larb, which is often ground chicken, served room temperature with a…
  • Almond Boku Superfood Bites

    Jessa Nowak
    7 Aug 2015 | 3:35 pm
      If you haven’t yet tried a superfood powder, now’s the time! These almond superfood bites are jam-packed full of incredible nutrition. Almonds, oats, chia seeds, cinnamon…all nutritious ingredients on their own are amplified, thanks to the addition of Boku Superfood.    Almond Boku Superfood Bites   The base of this recipe is almond butter. Homemade almond butter. Toss almonds in a food processor and they’ll turn into a meal. Keep going and they will start to form butter (see pic 3). Image 4 is what the almond butter will look like after the…
  • 10 Salad Ingredients to Create a Restaurant Worthy Salad

    Jessa Nowak
    31 Jul 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Have you ever had a gourmet salad that blew your mind? Likely, it wasn’t created in your kitchen. We tend to do last minute prep, throwing lettuce in a bowl then tossing it with bottled dressing. Maybe on a good day, a tomato or cucumber will find it’s way in.  Prepare to end your boring salad routine without much extra fuss. Learn what salad ingredients create perfect balance to quickly and easily create a restaurant worthy salad at home. With this method, most of the add-ins don’t require prep, so it’s quick and easy to add a ton of…
  • Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps with Honey Garlic Glaze

    Jessa Nowak
    22 Jul 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps   Meatless Monday is a godsend, especially after a weekend full of heavier foods. These Asian inspired vegetarian lettuce wraps provide the right amount of carbs to fill you up while remaining super light and tasty. Take a look, you’ll want to be sure to add this one to your recipe box.     Balance Makes Perfect The balance in this dish is what makes it superb. Opposing flavors jive together creating a sweet and savory taste with warm and cool mouth-feel sensations. The tempeh and garbanzo beans provide a meat-like substance without having to…
  • Frozen Snickers Chocolate Bars

    Jessa Nowak
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:11 pm
    Every once in a while, it’s fun to make a sinful dessert. I reserve the right to create delectable treats for special occasions. This past Father’s day, I decided it was time to do something a little different. And so the Frozen Snickers Chocolate Bar recipe was created.  Remember, a healthy, sustainable lifestyle can include any food. ENJOY! Inspiration for these sweet and salty bars came from the recipe developed by Imperial Powdered Sugar found here.    A Great Dessert Varies Texture & Flavor A truly satisfying dessert must have the perfect balance…
 
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    Liberty Frontier

  • How To Find Your Purpose In Life | The Liberty Frontier Show Episode 2

    Andrew
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:09 am
    The post How To Find Your Purpose In Life | The Liberty Frontier Show Episode 2 appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Show Notes: I had a great conversation with a friend of mine – it inspired me to record this podcast about how I have identified and pursued purpose in life. It’s something I get asked quite a lot – how to find your purpose in life. And to be frank, I don’t feel fully qualified to give an answer. However, I am doing what I believe I should be doing, and that seems to me to be half the battle. Find Purpose In Your Life – Or Rediscover It? I expand a…
  • Fuck Your Feelings & Fuck Your Comfort – Earn Your Personal Freedom By Daring To Be YOU

    Andrew
    9 Jul 2015 | 12:59 pm
    The post Fuck Your Feelings & Fuck Your Comfort – Earn Your Personal Freedom By Daring To Be YOU appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Here’s the thing about gaining personal freedom; it’s hard work. It’s uncomfortable. And a lot of people aren’t willing to do the work it takes. You’ve got to free your mind, your body, your finances, your relationships. You have to be honest with yourself about who you are, what you want, and why you react to things the way you do. You have to work through the dark and horrible things in your soul. All of that takes a…
  • Why Building Your Body Might Be The Best Thing You Do All Year

    Andrew
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:17 am
    The post Why Building Your Body Might Be The Best Thing You Do All Year appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Fitness has become fashionable. It would be easy to view this trend through square hipster lenses, and scoff at people jumping on the bandwagon. But fitness is one of the most beneficial things anyone can pursue in life. Men (and women), let me tell you this: You are limiting your life in fundamental ways if you do not develop your body. This truth was brought home to me very recently; I performed a consultation for a gentleman in his mid 70s looking for some personal training. His…
  • How You Can Succeed At Anything By Using Insane Focus – The Power of Immersion | Tales From Morocco Part Two

    Andrew
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:56 am
    The post How You Can Succeed At Anything By Using Insane Focus – The Power of Immersion | Tales From Morocco Part Two appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Cracking the learning code is something many people have spent thousands of hours on. Ultimately, they learned a lot about learning. Then they write about what they learned… But seem to forget to look at what they themselves did. What did they all do? Is it just about the hours? Or is there something else to it? Invariably when some has a deep understanding of something, they spent an insane amount of time being insanely focused…
  • What Will You Do When Your Plan Fails?

    Andrew
    15 Jun 2015 | 1:31 pm
    The post What Will You Do When Your Plan Fails? appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Despite what some will tell you, the path to success is almost never a straight line. And if you are not where you want to be right now, then I have news; your plan is going to fail. Whether that is good or bad news is up to you. The thing about plans though, is that they’re kind of meant to fail. Indeed, the very concept of failing is only meaningful in relation to a plan. Without a plan, how do you even know you’ve failed? It’s a matter of when, not if. When your plan fails, what are you…
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    Self Development Journey

  • 30 of My Favorite and Most Meaningful Quotes of All Time

    Phil Ashton
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:13 am
    Simply put, quotes are just phrases or a few words taken from someone else writings or speeches. It sounds simple, yet these short phrases can be so incredibly powerful. Even life changing for some people. Most quotes come from personalities, people with fame, power, and a platform to inspire others. But others can come from humble places, like a random person’s perspective on a book, or an aging persons last words. What I’m trying to say is, the quote can come from anywhere, and say anything. It’s what it does for the person reading or hearing it that counts. When a quote…
  • Signs You’re Mentally and Physically Exhausted and What to Do about It

    Phil Ashton
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    I come across more people than ever who have too much on their plates. They are burning the candle at both ends, getting up earlier and going to bed later just to try and get everything done in their day. It’s a horrible feeling, not having enough time in the day to do everything. A snowball effect starts, with tasks flowing over into the next day, and your to-do list getting longer not shorter. Stress starts to creep in, you start feeling sick, you get irritable, it’s just a downward spiral. So what can you do about it? Well, I can’t necessarily advise on how to lessen your…
  • How Consciously Aware Communication Improves Relationships

    Phil Ashton
    22 Aug 2015 | 11:51 am
    Good, effective communication is essential to any long-term relationship. Friends, loved ones, work colleagues, whatever the relationship, it’s always important. There are various ways to work on communication, and often each individual situation needs to be looked at. But there are definitely some constants that can help a lot. Consciousness is an important key skill, and can be make or break when it comes to communicating. Especially being able to be consciously be aware of the social interaction, and the communication. Here are some very useful and effective tips to improve effective…
  • How Understanding and Accepting My Flaws Helped Me

    Phil Ashton
    21 Aug 2015 | 12:53 pm
    I have spent a large part of my life working in the self development field. It’s not just a job, it’s a passion and a hobby. I have researched, tried, and discussed almost everything I thought was worth pursuing. It started at an early age, and it will continue throughout my life. I have been through some highs and lows as most of us have throughout our lives. I know that my pursuit of continual development have made it possible for me to end up where I am today. Which is a good place I’m more than satisfied with. I’m writing this article today to help anyone reading…
  • 3 Potentially Misleading Areas of Personal Development

    Phil Ashton
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:34 pm
    Self-development seems to be more popular than ever. Obliviously it’s a topic I spend a lot of time studying, working in, and researching myself. But I have also noticed an increase in interest. Which is great. Working on ourselves and developing as a person is a fun, and interesting process. It’s also a never ending process throughout our lives. The internet has made this process so much easier. The free sharing of information has been both a blessing and a curse. So it’s easy to think you can hop online, get some advice and become a better person. This is not always the…
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    Darren Daily

  • World-Class

    Darren Hardy
    3 Sep 2015 | 12:00 am
    Here is a little secret (or stark reality) about the uber-achievers you see on the cover of SUCCESS magazine… or on the gold medal platform at the Olympics … or collecting the Nobel Prize … or becoming a world-renown surgeon, artist, writer, musician, or one who “dents the universe:” The post World-Class appeared first on Darren Daily.
  • This is Overrated

    Darren Hardy
    2 Sep 2015 | 12:00 am
    Courage is overrated. At least, overestimated. Sometimes all you need is 20 seconds to change your life. Let me explain... The post This is Overrated appeared first on Darren Daily.
  • Nourish Your Mind

    Darren Hardy
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:00 am
    This morning as your nourish your body with your juice or smoothie, I want you to also think about how you can better nourish your mind. Let me share my nutritious regimen for a healthy and growing mind: The post Nourish Your Mind appeared first on Darren Daily.
  • Myth Busters

    Darren Hardy
    31 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    On today's episode of DarrenDaily, I'm going to dispel the mysticism behind the ever-elusive "SECRET" or "law of attraction": The post Myth Busters appeared first on Darren Daily.
  • The Path to an Incredible Life

    Darren Hardy
    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Write down an action you want to take that you view as incredible. It could be something that you have always wanted to do but have been a bit chicken to try. The post The Path to an Incredible Life appeared first on Darren Daily.
 
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    Notes from a Floating Life

  • Creating To-Do Lists, Checklists, and Outlines Using Simplenote

    Scott Nesbitt
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:00 am
    I know a number of people who pooh-pooh Simplenote because it's too basic or doesn't have enough functionality. They don't seem to understand that not all tools are suited to everyone. Although it is basic and plain text, Simplenote is very flexible. You can easily go beyond simply taking notes with it. So what can you do? Simplenote is a very effective tool for creating and managing to-do lists and checklists, and for creating outlines. Here's a look at how I do that. Creating To-do Lists and Checklists The way I do that in Simplenote is the same for both to-do lists and…
  • Cast Your Own Shadow

    Scott Nesbitt
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    At some point or another in our lives, we were in someone else's shadow. Growing up, I was in the shadow of a number of people. Many of whom I didn't know. How did I get there? My parents, in their misguided attempts to motivate me or get me to conform, thrust me into that shadow. They were constantly asking Why can't you be more like so-and-so? If I was doing something and wasn't achieving to the level they expected, I was told So and so can do that. Why can't you? As much as I tried to shrug all of that off, as much as I tried to be an individual, what my parents said…
  • Creating a Daily Schedule

    Scott Nesbitt
    18 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    No matter what you're doing, or what you want to do, you need to approach it with a plan. That plan in only the first step. You won't make any headway unless you have the time to tackle whatever it is you want to tackle. Everyone seems to talk about making time to do the things you want to do, but how do you do that? The easiest, and I believe most effective, way to make time is to carve it out of your day. That's where a daily schedule comes in. Here are a few suggestions that can help you create a daily schedule. Look At Your Day Start by taking a look at your typical day. Look…
  • Escaping the Tyranny of Your Phone

    Scott Nesbitt
    16 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Ever since the mobile phone became a must-have item for just about everyone, people have had a hard time separating themselves from their phones. In the early days, phones would be clipped to belts, inside purses and clutches, and even hanging by straps from wrists. People would wait for an annoying ringtone or a buzz that indicated a text message has arrived. Or, they'd be hunched over their phones, typing away with their thumbs. Those phones would be on at all hours of the day or night. Things have become worse thanks to the rise and ubiquity of the smartphone. We've seem to come…
  • Because We Can Doesn't Mean We Must

    Scott Nesbitt
    11 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    Mobile. It's a word whose meaning has morphed in the last decade. These days, mobile means untethered. You can carry a small device with you wherever you go and never be out of touch. Well, as long as there's a cell phone tower or wifi connection. I've seen the value of taking my work mobile for ... well, a long time. With everything from laptops with wifi to tablets to smartphones. But, to be honest, I'm a reluctant mobile phone user. I have one, but it's nothing fancy. It makes calls, can send and receive text messages, and supposedly can do some basic web browsing. I…
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  • Are You a Band Aid Picker, or a Band Aid Ripper?

    Peter Ross
    2 Sep 2015 | 1:15 am
     A band aid ripper sees the band-aid and knows it has to come off. They know it’s going to hurt some, but they sack up, take hold and rip it off in one go. Bosses love band aid rippers, because they see a problem and fix it. Even when a problem is annoying and painful to fix (just like a band aid), they shrug their shoulders and just do it. Customers love band aid rippers, because it means their problem gets handled quickly. There aren’t any arguments about who is right or by how much, the customer is given satisfaction quickly. Being a band aid ripper is crucial to being…
  • Some Words of Encouragement for Struggling Twentysomethings

    Peter Ross
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:10 am
     Because judging by a lot of what I’m reading in the media, you sure as hell need some. I read a lot of business articles and just general news articles as well and the amount of Millennial bashing is just ridiculous. And then I come across something like this, which I’m sure nails it for most of you guys. To be honest I feel a great deal of sympathy for you, because all the baby boomer generation in the media want to do is tell you how much you suck, how narcissistic you are, lament that you have it easy and give you ridiculous advice that has no place in the real world…
  • Pete Evans, Paleo and Why We Are All Massive Hypocrites When it Comes to Diets

    Peter Ross
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:21 am
     Politics, religion and sex – those are the 3 taboo topics that you never bring up in polite company. It seems we can add another to that list, and that’s diet. If there is one thing that people seem to get frothing at the mouth crazy over, it’s the food both they and other people put in their mouths. If nothing else, Pete Evans’ appearance on Sunday Night where he talked about the benefits of the Paleo diet showed that people tend to be massively defensive and incapable of logical thinking when it comes to certain topics. The reactions the following day on social…
  • What To Do When You Fail

    Peter Ross
    25 Aug 2015 | 3:09 am
     It was the June long weekend a few years ago and my second shot at the National Judo Championships. I’d been training for the past year at a full time judo facility with national champions, international competitors and even Olympians. Training there had catapulted my judo to a completely different level in a very short time because everyone was so much better than I was and were used to winning. I began to unconsciously mirror their habits and looking for secrets in their game that would make mine better. I was a fiend for learning – I constantly watched judo videos, analysed…
  • How I Finally Got Visible Abs By Not Following Conventional Advice

    Peter Ross
    22 Aug 2015 | 7:25 pm
     No, it wasn’t one of those bullshit magic pills you see on ads all over the internet. It wasn’t some magic new superfood like acai berries, kale or any crap like that either. It wasn’t crossfit or some fad new exercise regime. Nope, the way I lost 8kg and got decently visible abs for the first time in my life was through 3 methods that aren’t really talked about or even acknowledged by the media, dietitians or anyone else for that matter. Believe it or not this was completely accidental – I wasn’t actually trying to lose weight, this was and is just…
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  • Oh to be a tree...

    1 Sep 2015 | 6:14 am
    I want to be a tree, but not just any tree. I want to be a deep-rooted, strong, tall standing tree. That sounds a little odd, doesn’t it? Aspiring to be a tree. Who does that?OK, so maybe I don’t want to be an actual tree in the truest sense, just more like a tree in the metaphorical sense.I think about the old willow tree that was in the backyard of my childhood home. It was huge with its long willowy branches that I used to tie together and swing from. Or it’s thicker branches that I used to climb and nestle in, shaded and secure.That tree withstood many…
  • A Letter of Love

    28 Aug 2015 | 10:30 am
    Today I was feeling a bit nostalgic so I decided to look through some of my past writings. I found something I wrote two years ago. Something I had completely forgotten...something I thought I'd share in honor of anyone who has ever felt the pangs of "not good enough". This is shared with loads of love.A Letter from 46 Year Old Me to 12 Year Old Me….Dear 12 Year Old Pam,There is so much I want to tell you about what life has in store for you. Mind you, I tell you these things not to hurt you or make you feel bad, but to arm you with the insight so that you can rise above any of the…
  • Be Your Own Cake

    27 Aug 2015 | 7:46 am
    How often have you looked to others for a sign, any sign, that you were OK?How often have you sought the approval of someone else?I'm raising my hand really high in the air right now. I've looked to others for that reassurance that I'm worthy. I've even taken the passive - aggressive approach to gaining a compliment. Yep, I admit saying things like, "I looked in the mirror today and thought 'When did the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man inhibit my body'?" <Cue space for a compliment.>While I'm not interested in playing the blame game, the reality is that we've been conditioned to look outward…
  • My Hair Was On Fire

    18 Aug 2015 | 7:21 am
    (Photo Courtesy of the movie "Home Alone") Have you ever felt like you wanted to scream at the top of your lungs and for no apparent reason?That’s how I was feeling the past few weeks, like screaming. Not just your ordinary scream, but your blood-curdling, hair on fire type of scream.  You know the one; the one that feels like it would scare the birds from the trees and shatter the windows.To say I didn’t know why I wanted to scream would have been somewhat far-fetched. I knew why.I wanted to scream because I was tired. I was flat out emotionally tired.I was tired of…
  • Toot Your Own Horn

    4 Aug 2015 | 7:47 am
    Oh man do I love this topic! LOVE! LOVE! LOVE IT!! I will use any reason to celebrate, so when I received the following question I danced in my chair. The question is..."Pam, I've heard you mention in classes and in a past newsletter how important it is to celebrate. You made mention that it had something to do with helping to raise motivation levels and self-confidence. While I can see that on some level, my concern is that if I do celebrate something I've done won't people think I'm just tooting my own horn and bragging? How do I avoid that?"Such an awesome question! Thank you!I'm a huge…
 
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  • Why Success In Life Is Like Growing Grape Vines

    Damian Pros
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:04 am
    The Two Fundamental Principles Of Success In Life You might be wondering how grape vines can be related to success in life. And I will explain you shortly. My grandparents were farmers and they used to plant and grow tons of different fruits and vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers and potatoes. But one of the fruits […] The post Why Success In Life Is Like Growing Grape Vines appeared first on Dare&Conquer.
  • How To Earn Extra Money: Most Simple & Efficient Strategy

    Damian Pros
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:21 pm
    How To Earn Extra Money By Focusing On The Right Things  I constantly hear that question coming out of the mouth of people: “how can I make more money”? People instinctively prefer freedom than having an unfulfilling job. Our brain has the tendency to want more comfort than we currently have. Yet, all these people who want […] The post How To Earn Extra Money: Most Simple & Efficient Strategy appeared first on Dare&Conquer.
  • The Best Life Advice You Will Ever Hear If You Are Under 30

    Damian Pros
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:49 am
    If You Need A Life Advice To Push You Achieve More Then This Is The Best One  Assuming that you are in the age of 15-30 you are most likely going to school, college or post-graduate college. How do you find the money to pay for all these things? Hmm, If you haven’t taken a student […] The post The Best Life Advice You Will Ever Hear If You Are Under 30 appeared first on Dare&Conquer.
  • How To Build Self Confidence in 30 Days With This Simple Concept

    Damian Pros
    29 Aug 2015 | 10:02 am
    How To Build Self Confidence By Doing What You Say You Will Do  Self confidence isn’t something that appears magically – self confidence comes from within and it’s developed from your actions. Your genetics don’t determine whether you will be confident or not.  Neither you can say that “today I will be confident” or “let’s be […] The post How To Build Self Confidence in 30 Days With This Simple Concept appeared first on Dare&Conquer.
  • Why Having a Back Up Plan Should Be 1 of the 7 Deadly Sins

    Damian Pros
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:24 am
    Why a Having a Back Up Plan Will Destroy Your Chances To Succeed People say that you need to have a back up plan or a plan B in case that your plan A doesn’t work. What do you think? Do you believe it’s important to have a back up plan? Many people believe it. […] The post Why Having a Back Up Plan Should Be 1 of the 7 Deadly Sins appeared first on Dare&Conquer.
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  • Here are a dozen SHORTCUTS to INSTANT Happiness!

    Gundu
    2 Sep 2015 | 9:01 am
    There are times when life just sucks. You want to throw your phone, punch the wall, kick the door, curl up in bed and just die disappear. That’s not even the bad part. The bad part is that nobody gets you. Anywhere you go – friends, family or colleagues, they tell you the same thing: “Suck it up. Be a man (or woman). Act like an adult. Be mature.” And you know what? That sucks big time. But here’s the funny thing: People not understanding you is not the worst thing that can happen to you. The worst is when they point out a silver lining in your situation.
  • The Zero Effort Way To Learn New Words

    Gundu
    17 Aug 2015 | 7:23 pm
    That Dirty Feeling Admit it. There have been times when you were stumped – searching for the right word – the one that would EXACTLY say what you want to say. Instead, you use several other words to clunkily describe your emotions. That sucks. For some people, it’s hell. And I’ve been there. And, I’ve escaped. Improve Your Vocabulary Wordpower Made Easy When I was a kid, my dad bought me a book – “Wordpower Made Easy”. It’s a great book and a good solution to the problem I described above. But, you know what? I’ve found something better. A Better Solution Last…
  • Turning Thirty

    Gundu
    26 Jul 2015 | 9:28 am
    Turning Thirty Turning Thirty As of 13:19 today, I turned 30. It’s been a crazy ride so far in life, and I’m pretty happy with the way things turned out. I have a wonderful family, great in-laws and a best friend as my wife. Of course, I have a small, but close set of friends who often become guinea pigs as well. Things could not be better. For the blog, this post concludes my Thirty Days To Thirty (TDTT ) Challenge. I promised and delivered 30 posts in thirty days. That took a lot of discipline and planning. Sometimes, I’ll admit, things were difficult and I had to scrape the bottom…
  • A Primer On Doing What You Love

    Gundu
    25 Jul 2015 | 8:27 am
    My previous post was about a question I had answered for a reader. It was an important question – one about waking up earlier and getting rid of laziness. I was able to answer it because I had faced the same challenge and have been able to overcome it. Today too, I want to share a question from the mailbag. But, it’s a different question. It’s a rather philosophical one. It was also a difficult question for me to answer as the topic is something I’ve barely made peace with. I did answer with what I thought to be the right way forward. I’m sharing it with you today so that you…
  • Reader Questions: Sustainable Growth & Waking Up Early

    Gundu
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:16 am
    One of the best parts of running a blog is the opportunity to interact with others and help them. Once readers sign up to my mailing list, they get free access to my ebook – “50 Ways To Live A Better Life”. Readers also get a series of emails that showcase how they can get the most out of this blog. In the emails, there I ask people the most important question for me: Can you tell me about the one thing you want to improve? This always yields some of the best questions – things I never thought about. It also gives me a good opportunity to help people out. Today, I want to…
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  • What is Your STORY? And Why You Need To Change It!

    giag
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Congratulations! The award for the BEST story-teller goes to ……..YOU!! Before you write back saying I have the wrong person, let me explain.. We are constantly telling ourselves stories in our own heads! Every minute we tell ourselves a story to convince and validate our actions and reasoning and in essence guide our lives. Some common stories you may be familiar with are – I am not good enough, I do not have the time, I do not know how to do it, if I had everything that Sally had, then I could this, I am not gifted enough, I am not strong enough, I am unlucky…and so on and so…
  • Am I Blessed or Cursed?

    giag
    15 Aug 2015 | 12:56 pm
    I am writing this after viewing a thought provoking TED talk by Anand Giridharadhas on the 2 Americas that exist – one that fuels people’s dreams and the other that fuels people’s fears. The vast drift between these 2 worlds is sadly widening. Like Anand mentions, there is the one world that paves the way for many an immigrant to come and build a dream life out of nothing but sheer will and determination. And the other world that many a white American is born into, that struggles to make ends meet and is engulfed in moral-less pursuits and actions such as bad parenting,…
  • 5 Topics You Should Think About

    giag
    21 Jul 2015 | 3:36 am
    There is so much going on in the world nowadays. We may not even be in the know about most of them. And sometimes, we have the tendency to ignore things that don’t necessarily relate to us. We don’t want to think about it, know more about it, have anything to do with it.We want to live in our own little worlds, with our own problems and solutions. Willingly or unwillingly, there are some things that influence our lives. I believe there are some topics that warrant all of our thoughts. It thus becomes important to be in the know and have our own thoughts on certain topics…
  • Why you need to be ‘moulting’?

    giag
    2 Jun 2015 | 11:37 am
    Have you heard of or seen a snake ‘moulting’? Moulting is a process whereby the snake sheds its skin(literally!!) and grows new skin. Moulting is a process that many animals go through at various stages in their lifecycle or at different times of the year. Some other examples of moulting are: cats moulting their fur around spring-summer to shed the extra fur they put on during winter, chickens moult feathers, hermit crabs moult their exoskeleton and consume it(eeks!!) and reptiles and lizards moult their skin. If you can sit through it, watch some videos of moulting on youtube. I…
  • How to Empower & Tune Your Mind to Produce Great Results Consistently

    giag
    5 Apr 2015 | 3:36 am
    Our mind is the puppet master of our lives. Every aspect of our lives, our thoughts, our actions, our decisions, our reactions(and the list goes on) are controlled by our minds. It is thus critical that we tune this engine(our mind) regularly to keep the automobile(our life) moving smoothly. By default our mind can do a bunch of things based on all that we have learned, our surroundings and the food we have fed it all through our lives. But for optimum performance, it is vital to empower and tune our minds. Empowering and tuning are not one-time activities that can be done and forgotten…
 
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  • 10 Reasons Why Successful People Meditate

    Giovanna Capozza
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:59 am
    Do you ever have those frantic days where you’re rushing around from one thing to the next? Or maybe those days where it feels like there is so much to do or so many decisions to make that you feel as if you’re standing on very shaky ground? What would is be like if you had a secret weapon through all of life’s dramas, traumas and stresses? Meditation, or rather the result of meditation can be your secret weapon not only against the mental stresses of the world but also the physical ones too. I went to bed the other evening after a very stressful few weeks asking myself why…
  • Are you looking to reignite your love life?

    Sophia Holmes
    29 Aug 2015 | 4:35 am
    Seldom does it happen that with aging hair on your scalp and wrinkles on your face you keep up with the pace of your love life. According to a recent survey, most of the couples lose touch over their love life after their 40’s. Couples tend to just enjoy the companionship through conversations and travel. It’s been noted that reigniting your love life can give a boost to your relationship especially when it’s on a downfall. Many couples do go through counselling to get help on reigniting spark in their marriage. Research says ‘Sex’ plays an important role in the…
  • Millennials: The Stressed out Generation

    Nate Vickery
    28 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    Being young this day and age is not easy. Though this may appear contradictory for members of older generations, who all have had their chances to enjoy their collective youths and remember those days as carefree and easy, today’s youth appears to be stressed and under a lot of pressure. There are several reasons that have induced this rule of thumb and caused masses to metaphorically stop sucking on their own thumbs and abruptly enter the harsh world of adulthood. Lack of Jobs Steve Jobs was a great inspiration for many a young person, but Steve isn’t the only “Jobs”…
  • How Far Along Are You On The Path To Your Destiny?

    Damien Thomas
    27 Aug 2015 | 11:53 am
    Each of us has our own defined destiny.  If we can learn to use our talents, resources, abilities and passions we can help to determine our life’s true purpose.  Once you find your purpose this will eventually lead you to your destiny. When this happens your life will begin to make sense to you. You will have peace of mind, joy, fulfilment, and power to succeed. Do you want see how far along are you on your path to your destiny? Try this fun quiz.  
  • How to lose your weight with yoga

    Nicole Noel
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:20 am
    If you’re struggling with extra body weight, you’ve probably tried intensive workouts, a variety of exhausting dietary programs, and dozens of other demanding ventures, but have you ever considered losing weight with yoga? Ever since it started to be tremendously popular worldwide, yoga became a synonym for meditation, stress relief and Zen state of mind, but not so many people know that it can actually be an excellent way to achieve a fit body. From the moment I discovered that yoga actually improved the ability of my body to melt fat deposits I fell in love with…
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  • 8 Secrets to Appearing More Confident at Social Events

    Danii Turnbull
    30 Aug 2015 | 11:00 am
    Have you ever attended a social occasion or business event and felt like everyone around you could see your complete lack of confidence? Truth is, there may have been a few people who noticed your discomfort, but probably not that many. Want to know a secret? They’re all too busy thinking about themselves and how they’re appearing to other people. They are doing the exact same thing as you! Here are eight secrets to appearing more confident, even when you feel like a total fraud on the inside. 1 Enter the Room with Purpose Ever seen a person walk into a party, eyes to the floor and head…
  • 25 Affirmations and How You Need to Write Them

    Danii Turnbull
    23 Aug 2015 | 11:00 am
    Affirmations are a powerful tool for attracting more of what you want into your life. An affirmation is a short, positive statement which declares or confirms a behaviour, circumstance, action or state of mindthat you would like to have in your life. They can also be used to re-affirm current states that you would like to maintain.   Daily affirmations have played an important role in many people’s lives and there are a number of great teachers on this subject. Two that have made a big impact for me and are worth your while to get your hands on some of their material are Florence…
  • 6 Ways Visualization Can Get You What You Want

    Danii Turnbull
    16 Aug 2015 | 11:00 am
    Ever seen something so clearly in your mind that it felt real? Some call this day dreaming but it is actually a form of visualization. Most people do this in some form each day, usually without any conscious thought. Besides being a nice distraction, this pleasant past time is actually a tool you can use to your advantage. Sports professionals, celebrities and many other successful people have been using it as their secret weapon for years and creating amazing results. Will keep this as simple as possible. There are two parts to your mind. The conscious mind is the one that you are aware of…
  • 5 Things Your Cat can Teach You about Relaxation

    Danii Turnbull
    9 Aug 2015 | 11:00 am
    Relaxation is something our feline friends know a thing or two about. How often do you see a cat lounging around and looking stressed? Right, never. Here are five things your cat knows about relaxation that you can learn too. Vitamin D is a daily necessity Cats can always seem to find the warmest place in the house or yard. Like humans, cats use the sun as a source of Vitamin D otherwise known as the sunshine vitamin. This vitamin has been attributed with strengthening bones and teeth, as well as increasing resistance against some diseases. With sedentary lifestyles and lack of time reaching…
  • Janis Joplin Quote

    Danii Turnbull
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:32 am
      Janis Joplin quote Follow my blog with Bloglovin The post Janis Joplin Quote appeared first on Olive Lantern.
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  • Top 10 Motivational Quotes by Wayne Dyer

    Eric Liang
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:00 pm
    A famous motivational speaker, Dr. Wayne Dyer, passed away recently at 75. He was known for his career in the field of personal development and made changes to millions of lives across the world. In order to commemorate his great work, here are his top 10 motivational and inspirational quotes from his books, blog posts, and interviews. The post Top 10 Motivational Quotes by Wayne Dyer appeared first on Goal Striver. Related posts: Top 10 Motivational Quotes by Napoleon Hill
  • Top 10 Motivational Quotes by Napoleon Hill

    Eric Liang
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Back in high school, my number one favorite quotes came from the author of the famous book Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill. He is often quoted for his motivational and inspirational quotes. Here are the 10 quotes by Napoleon Hill that I think are meaningful and worthwhile to read. Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve. A goal is a dream with a deadline. The starting point of all achievement is desire. The post Top 10 Motivational Quotes by Napoleon Hill appeared first on Goal Striver. No related posts.
  • 12 Tips On How To Be A Morning Person

    Eric Liang
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    Have you ever felt the desire of wanting to be a morning person, but when the day comes, and the alarm goes off, you find yourself hitting that snooze button, roll around in bed, and fall back asleep again only to be interrupted by the alarm again 5-10 minutes after? I sure did. It’s tough, but there are ways to help you become a morning person and I will be teaching you the ways that worked for me. The post 12 Tips On How To Be A Morning Person appeared first on Goal Striver. No related posts.
  • How to Clean Up Your Email Inbox

    Eric Liang
    21 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    I don’t know about you, but I subscribe to a lot of newsletters for the value that content creators have to offer. Sometimes, I unintentionally get a little overboard, especially when it comes to resources that require an email subscription signup in order to acquire. Then it reaches the point where it becomes too tedious to manage and unsubscribe from each and every one of them. It’s like trying to organize a pigsty, but luckily, there’s a free tool called unroll.me that helps people like me take care of this problem quickly and easily. The post How to Clean Up Your Email Inbox…
  • 5 Tips on How to Have a More Productive Day

    Eric Liang
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    One challenge that everyone faces on a daily basis is to stay productive. It's challenging but rewarding. However, for some people, it might not be easy for them to simply grab a cup of coffee and immediately start producing results first thing in the morning. Here are 5 tips on how to have a more productive day. Don't worry, it's simple to do! The post 5 Tips on How to Have a More Productive Day appeared first on Goal Striver. Related posts: Save Time, Make Better Decisions: The 80-20 Rule How to Be Productive with 2 Strategies Understanding the 80-20 Rule Infograph
 
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  • Margin and taking a step back

    Blaz Kos
    18 Aug 2015 | 9:32 am
    There’s no doubt that in order to have outstanding long-term quality in life, you need to lead a balanced lifestyle. Yet balance is a word that’s often misused and wrongly interpreted. I also had a wrong perspective on balance a decade ago. I was sure that balance in life is like a calm sea, like a perfect puzzle where everything is in order – you have a partner you never fight with, you exercise every single day, eat perfect meals, everybody respects you at work etc. Every single area of life is precisely planned with just the right amount of everything. I was wrong. Let me explain.
  • Immediate implementation

    Blaz Kos
    11 Aug 2015 | 3:57 am
    I will sound a little bit harsh in this post because it’s a difficult truth, but most people are very judging towards others and very indulgent towards themselves (for the same things), at least in a few major areas of life that define the quality of living – health, wealth, relationships etc. and that are, in their essence, very hard to manage. It’s not easy to have a six-pack, even less so to get rich or have really close and deep relationships with family, friends and your spouse. As an exaggerated example: people think that if they use olive oil and take a walk once a month, they…
  • A success guide for all introverts

    Blaz Kos
    30 Jul 2015 | 6:13 am
    Many people who don’t know me (Blaz Kos) that well or who only know my work from the media and speaking on a stage think that I’m a natural born extrovert – outgoing, optimistic, talkative, adventurous and always in action. The reality is much different, with me being an extreme introvert. Over the years, I’ve acquired some traits that extroverts possess and somehow developed my social skills, but deep down I can’t survive without regularly having time away from the world. Being an introvert isn’t always easy, especially in a (western) society where extroverted people are more…
  • Multidimensional relationships

    Blaz Kos
    20 Jul 2015 | 3:27 am
    A very important realization in life is that there’s no absolute good or bad. Everything has a good side and a bad side. Everything has its own advantages and disadvantages. One side may be more dominant (good or bad), but it contains at least a drop of the opposite nevertheless. Even more than that: one side cannot exist without the other. Good cannot exist without bad. Life cannot exist without death. Happiness cannot exist without sadness. These dynamics of life are best represented by the yin and yang symbols, from the very well-known Taoist philosophy. Understanding the duality of life…
  • You need to love yourself first before you can truly love others

    Blaz Kos
    14 Jul 2015 | 4:01 am
    There’s a cliché saying that you have to love yourself first, before you can deeply love other people, be it your spouse, family or friends – assuming that we know different kinds of love. It’s a lovely saying for sure, but let’s try to analyze and find the answer to why it’s so important to love yourself first, from a very practical point of view. The easiest first step we can take is with the starting-point that there’s something about you that you don’t love – it can be a part of your body, a part of your character, the situation you’re in or anything else. You see…
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  • How to Live a Charged Life

    Chris Bartell
    3 Sep 2015 | 2:00 am
    I bet you want to live a life that’s beyond “fine” or always “busy.”   It’s why you’re reading this blog and/or listening to this podcast.  And my goal is to give you courage and encouragement to discover a life that aligns with who you are.  To uncover and recover that spirit that drives and inspires you.So today, I’m going to share some thoughts and wisdom from a gentleman who truly inspired me and the encouraged me to build The Identity Discovery Project. His name is Brendon Burchard, he’s an author, speaker and has a truly heartfelt and inspiring podcast,…
  • How to Prevent Becoming One of the Walking Dead

    Chris Bartell
    24 Aug 2015 | 11:00 pm
    The Original Zombie Thriller! Apparently, we just can't seem to get enough of zombies.  They've gobbled up the world on the big screen and TV screens, they've overtaken the book shelves and comic stores.  There's a zombie ant exhibit at our science museum now.  They're everywhere!  And you know what?  I'd say the zombie virus is real! And its's been with us a long time, brewing under our skin, taking over our very lives!The zombies I'm talking about are the people living a "have to" life, rather than a "get to."  Most of their day, most of their mental and…
  • Tend to Your Life's Garden

    Chris Bartell
    17 Aug 2015 | 1:55 pm
    I was recently chatting with some friends about the concept of seeing our lives as a garden we get to tend.  Imagine it.  Your life garden is chock full of flowers from life's joys, maybe a fruit tree that represents a deep, fruitful relationship that you have cultivated.  It's roots are strong and it bears rich, ripe fruit every year.  But there are probably a few weeds as well.These weeds may be from emotional setbacks, bad relationships or cruelties done or said to you. But, remember, this is your garden. You get to tend this garden, water it and fertilize it with…
  • Are You Stuck in the Rabbit Hole?

    Chris Bartell
    5 Aug 2015 | 12:51 pm
    Have your ever read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland?  No, not just seen the Movie, but actually read the book?  Well, it’s one of those classics that really is as trippie as the movie and makes you wonder what was Lewis Carroll “on" when he wrote it? But reading it as an adult was absolutely fascinating.  It reminded me so much of the life as so many of us grownups life.  If you’re like me, you follow a rabbit down the rabbit hole called a career. It’s exciting and intriguing at first.  So you try it on for size.  And maybe you are there for a while,…
  • What's that smell?

    Chris Bartell
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:47 am
    A friend of mine said recently that, through The Identity Discovery Project, I was helping people understand and share their essence with the world. I said “oh yeah” that’s totally it!  Essence!  What a great word.Then I got to thinking.  Doesn’t essence have to do with smell? Oh, man.  If your essence stinks, then does that mean that you stink?  Well, if you’re reading this blog or listening to the podcast, you don’t stink!  Hooray!You are here because you have passion and desire to grow personally, professionally, and relationally.
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