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Personal Action Plan

Personal Action Plan

There are two ways to achieve a goal, through a ‘personal action plan’ or through the path of surrender. Some people tend to just think of what they want to achieve but never have any personal action plan. Their believe is that they will achieve it someday, that they just need to do whatever they can and leave the rest to God’s hand.

How To Eliminate Fear And Worry

How To Eliminate Fear And Worry

One effective way to eliminate worry and fear over the long term is to meditation. Meditation creates a sense of self-mastery, inner stillness, and stability. Research even shows that meditation actually changes your mind’s inclination to feel negative emotions like hope, optimism, and gratitude.

Control Your Life Or Someone Else Will

Control Your Life Or Someone Else Will

You can play the good sailor and float through life, being pulled here and there by others who will use you to fulfill their own dreams. Or you can decide what YOUR dreams are, and start figuring out what YOU must do to make them come true. Try being the master of your own destiny by exercising some control over what you work at in life. Later, when you look upon your accomplishments with pride, you will be glad that…

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How To Build Self Esteem

How To Build Self Esteem

Behavioral scientists say you will never let yourself have more health, happiness, or success than you feel you deserve. Wow! This means that right this minute you are attracting what you feel worthy of having. Chew on that awhile! So the common denominator for getting all the good stuff in life ‘health, wealth, good relationships, and even longevity’ is self-esteem. Self-esteem fluctuates over time. You and I are constantly measuring ourselves against our past successes and achievements. If there is…

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It’s Never Too Late

It’s Never Too Late

In 1996, the first of the baby boomers turned 50 years old. This means that there are tens of thousands of people going to work realizing that they have spent the last 20 years of their lives in a profession or job that they never really liked. They wound up there because of money, family, greed, insecurity, or just plain ignorance. I will bet 20 or 30 years ago, all they were thinking about was how to get a job…

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Fear of Failure

Fear of Failure

My fear of failure was one of the biggest obstacles I had to overcome to achieve something worthwhile with my life. By being so afraid of failing, I did everything on the safe side. I followed as a consequences, my first business were crashing failures. I ran my business like I had been taught to back in school, thinking that would guarantee my success. Boy I was wrong! I followed the book instead of following my instincts, and it took…

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Please Yourself

Please Yourself

So many of us grow up with the statement of self sacrifice and putting others first, that we don’t know where to draw the line in our own lives. This may sound like heretical Me Generation propaganda, but it is true. Just because you help yourself doesn’t mean you forget everyone else – you just put yourself in the pictures, too. I believe ion helping others, but I also know there are times when trying to please others hurts you…

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Bigger Is Not Always Better

Bigger Is Not Always Better

Most of us grew up believing that in business, the larger your company grew, the better for all concerned. It still seems to be the prevailing sentiment among the business community, despite thousands of examples of companies that have grown too fast, too soon – then failed. When I first desk in a one bedroom apartment. I was overjoyed when my business grew to over 30 employees in just three years. It was great for my ego, I found, but…

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Nobody Cares If You Fail

Nobody Cares If You Fail

I used think that if I failed at something, I would be left walking around with a big, red F stamped my forehead. Everybody would be whispering behind my back, and I had be the laughing stock of the city. But the first time a business of mine failed, I found most people didn’t really care. Even my family stopped talking about it after a relatively short period of time. This taught me that most people are so wrapped up…

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