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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 bad for my soul.

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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 in their own lives, they really don’t have time to worry about anyone else trial and tribulations. There’s no room left on their emotional disk for much less than what they are struggling with each day.

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Loved Ones Can Be Your Worst Enemy

Loved Ones Can Be Your Worst Enemy

People who love you can be the biggest obstacles from pursuing your dream. They want to protect you from failure, and not incidentally, protect themselves.

They will warn you that starting a small business is too risky. “Don’t you know that three out of four businesses fail?” Or, “You can’t quit your job, what about your pension, what about our health insurance?”

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How To Achieve Your Goals

How To Achieve Your Goals

We have to admit that we have a lot of “goals” that we want to be achieving in life. That’s a fact. Some of us may have achieved the goals, and some of us may not. To those who have not achieved your goals, have you thought about the reasons that’s preventing you from achieving what you want out of life? There got to be reasons to it.

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How To Be Successful

How To Be Successful

Perhaps at one time or other you may have said to yourself some thing like, “I don’t know why my life is like this” or “I wonder when my life will change” or “I wish I am rich” or even “I wish I can achieve what I want to achieve” etc.

People who thinks or talks like this actually desire a satisfying or fulfilling life by means of achieving something; be it through material success or spiritual success. There is nothing wrong to hope and wish for improvement.

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The Magic Formula For Success

The Magic Formula For Success

There is no magic formula for instant success in anything. Asking for instant success formula is like asking a fruit to ripe instantly which can only be done through some type of divine intervention. Perhaps, when people are seeking to change their life immediately and live it the way they want, what they are really asking is for a divine intervention.

There is nothing wrong to seek help from the divine source, but the reality is, whatever you want to achieve in life, there is a process of actions which need to be taken that will give the exact outcome one desires; meaning, doing the correct actions resulting in correct reactions. This process is true even when we are asking for divine intervention in our life.

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Four Steps How To Achieve Your Goals

Four Steps How To Achieve Your Goals

We all have personal goals and if you are having problem keeping up with or achieving your personal goals, consider following the four steps as follows which can help you achieve your personal goals.

Step 1: Have a very certain and clear personal goal

Don’t set a general goal but have a specific about what you want to achieve. Imagine clearly in your mind what you want and make a step by step action plan to achieve it. Understand clearly why you want what you want and remember it as a motivating factor to keep you going.

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Plan For The Worst

Plan For The Worst

Maybe it was my upbringing, but I’ve always expected and planned for the worst. It has been a great motivation for trying to do exactly what I’ve really wanted to do with my life, and not necessarily sticking to the “safe bets” in life.

In the early days of my business, I would sit in front of my telephone and try to get up the nerve to make calls and ask perfect strangers to toss some work my way. I wondered why it was so difficult to make each call – what was I afraid of? Then I’d ask myself, “What’s the worst thing that can happen if I make this call? Will the person reach through the wires, grab me by the throat and start squeezing?”

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