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How To Create a Life Strategy for Business Success - Part One of a Series
Ask yourself the following:1. I have created a life-strategy plan for the next:a.
Success Means Never Ever Giving Up
Persistence is the foundation of success. Although there are many ways to describe success, there is only one definition of failure - giving up.
Smile Your Way to Success
Smile brings beauty to your face, charm to your personality and money to your pocket; apart from being your recognition as a cheerful, friendly, loveable person.When you smile you also bring smile to the faces of other people around you.
The 7 Keys To Astonishing Success
Here are seven essential keys to success. Use these ideas to find ways to stretch your beliefs about what is possible.
The One-Two Punch for Success: Authenticity and Alignment
Have you ever felt as if you are beating your head against a wall? You repeatedly try to reach a goal but you never seem to achieve it. Instead you are struggling rather than moving forward and achieving your goals with grace and ease.
Do You Really Think So?
It's not new news. It's not some ethereal theory.
Become a Dreamer!
Cool Facts: Walt Disney went bankrupt several times before he built Disneyland and was fired by a newspaper editor for lack of ideas.Henry Ford failed and went broke 5 times before he finally succeeded.
Ignite Your Success - 21 Actions
Taking action is the strongest way to create success in your life. The following are the 21 Actions that you can take right now, to ignite the success in your life, business, career, relationships, or family.
Self-Development Through Asking Why?
The Enlightened Warrior's 'Keys to Success' Through the Power of Our Thoughts, Words, and DeedsIn the philosophical teachings of the Ninja Warrior's Mikkyo esoteric mind-science that forms the foundation for the Warrior Concepts Life Mastery Program taught to my students and clients, there are three areas of focus that allow the Ninja Warrior, or anyone who understands these principles, to act with enlightened clarity and always achieve his or her goals. Each of these so-called '3-Keys of Success' can be focused on in and of itself, but the real 'magic' results when the three are brought together and aligned with the Ninja's vision.
Success Without Excuses
If we hope to achieve any worthwhile goal it will be necessary to throw out the excuses. The excuses usually do not deceive others but they may well deceive ourselves.
The 101 Habits of Highly Successful People
Personal missions statements (PMS) are just nothing but the winning choices. Our mind can program us in such a way that success ratio in personal, social & professional life changes drastically.
Persistence is Tops
To take the online road to success is not, contrary to millions of internet and email ads, the short road traveled. There is enormous revenue potential through online channels, predicted to top $8 billion by 2005.
There is a close link between respect for another person's viewpoint and effective communication. The most successful people those who communicate well and regularly.
A Gold Medal in Love
Five-time gold medal-winning figure skater, Jenny Kilmer, has won the women's Olympics since she was 16. At 36, she is attempting to win her sixth straight gold medal.
By popular request, I thought I would put together this little list of simple things you can do to increase cash flow ..
Motivation By Desire
Many of us have lost sight of what we really desire in life. We probably need to remind ourselves of the importance of rediscovering our desires and regaining the spark which makes life worthwhile.
Fear of Success? Fear of Failure?
What's holding you back?One of my clients came to me saying he wanted to expand his business - something he had thought about for years. He described the changes he wanted to make but he had taken limited action to make those changes happen.
Success Is Easy, But So Is Neglect
People often ask me how I became successful in that six-year period of time while many of the people I knew did not.The answer is simple: The things I found to be easy to do, they found to be easy not to do.
Success - Its Never Too Late
Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonalds, was over fifty when he started making money. Kroc was a paper cup salesman who obtained the marketing rights to a multi-mixer invented by Earl Prince.
Skills or Beliefs: Which Matters Most to Your Business?
Skills or beliefs; this may well be another example of the age-old "chicken or the egg" dilemna. I tend to side more strongly with beliefs.
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