You’ve been asked this question before: “What are your goals?” You rattle them off as you would a well-rehearsed poem back when you were in primary school. “Let’s see…I want to renovate my home, I want a little more freedom, I would love to travel and see new places, I definitely want a new car … Continue reading It’s Time to Start Achieving those Goals You’ve Set
I have fantasized about changing people, changing the world. I am driven to share the knowledge I have to help others to see REAL transformation in their lives. And so I figured I could help the most people by allowing them to experience what it would be like working with me - without having to pay anything initially. People … Continue reading I’m Giving Away Everything FREE!
Bold claim I know but hear me out. If I asked you if you knew what it took to lose weight, you’d probably respond with an answer along the lines of – “eat less, move more.” If I asked you about how to get out of debt, you’d probably tell me that “you need to … Continue reading If You Focus on Your Process – the Result will Take Care of Itself
In the classic book Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill shares a Self-Confidence Formula. This is a formula that he asks readers to memorize and repeat aloud once a day and there is good reason for this. The second paragraph of that formula goes as follows: I realize that the dominating thoughts of my mind … Continue reading We Move Towards What We See in Our Mind
Panos Mourdoukoutas, business and investment strategist and a regular contributor to Forbes Magazine, was addressing the subject of retirement (although I think that this piece of advice is not applicable to only retirees) and the one precious asset that was missing from one’s investment portfolio. The asset he was referring to was a non-financial asset…that … Continue reading Are You Ready to Up Your Game?
If what you are currently doing isn't working for you, you have other choices. Responsibility is the recognition of choice, and by your choices you reveal your commitments - Marlene Chism Today's post was inspired by my friend and colleague Marlene Chism, author of 'Stop Workplace Drama'. I posted the quote above as a Facebook … Continue reading By Our Choices We Reveal Our Commitments
I have a hard time being patient with others. I guess you could say I was born with seeing the potential in others so for me it's very difficult when I see people limiting themselves. This doesn't mean that I have no weaknesses or present continuous challenges. I am far from fulfilling my own potential. … Continue reading Extending Grace to Others
I am afraid of death. There...I said it! Being honest about it doesn't make the fear go away though... From as far back as I can remember - I have been consumed by dying. It's not always in the forefront of my mind - but it's there...lounging on a comfortable chair...reminding me ..."I'm here." There … Continue reading My Death Anxiety and What You Can Learn from It
In an article titled *Understanding Yourself* author Ching Ning Chu described Coco Chanel, the famous French fashion designer, as starting her career not as a designer but as a well-to-do society lady. She always dressed in the manner she liked, regardless of current trends. Her unique style, particularly her bobbed hair and raised hemline, went … Continue reading The 3 Questions That Will Literally Save Your Life
When I was in the print industry there were some advertising agencies that I could never get work from. Rumors were that the purchasers were taking bribes and the company I worked for was not prepared to do business that way. I never had any proof of same but occasionally such a person would vacate … Continue reading What do you do if your Leaders are Crooked?