Archive for October, 2011
Fortunately, all fears are learned; no one is born with fears. Fears can therefore be unlearned by practicing self discipline repeatedly with regard to fear until it goes away.
The most common fears that we experience, which often sabotage all hope for success, are the fears of failure, poverty, and loss of money. These fears cause people to avoid risk of any kind and to reject opportunity when it is presented to them. They are so afraid of failure that they are almost paralyzed when it comes to taking any chances at all. Read the rest of this entry »
Have you ever had dreams of sharing your story with the world and becoming a published author? Well you’re not alone. Much of the population has aspirations of writing a book, but they’re held back by self-doubt and fear. Not knowing where to begin, how to structure, and the steps to getting published has stopped many hopeful writers from turning their dreams in to reality. Fortunately, there are steps that anyone can take to successfully write a book and getting it published.
After publishing more than 50 books over my career, I’ve mastered the writing process and now I want to share this exclusive insight with you! I will be sitting down with good friend and bestselling author Brendon Burchard for an exclusive FREE webinar titled How to Write a Book and Become a Published Author. In this 45 minute webinar Brendon and I will share our years of knowledge and experience and explain the 4-step proven process that will help get you on your way to fulfilling your dreams of becoming a published author. Read the rest of this entry »
Who wasn’t Steve Jobs?
Steve Jobs was undoubtedly one of the greatest visionaries of our time and will always be famously known for his countless accomplishments, innovation in technology, and numerous titles. Genius, entrepreneur, innovator, and icon are to name a few, but I feel his most memorable and respected legacy was his LEADERSHIP STYLE.
In the time of corrupt corporations and untrustworthy CEOs, Jobs gave hope to managers and businesspeople everywhere by demonstrating that authenticity, integrity, and diligence are not only rewarded, but imperative for success in any industry. Read the rest of this entry »
How long does it take to develop a new habit? The time period can be any length from a single second to several years. The speed of new habit pattern development is largely determined by the intensity of the emotion that accompanies the decision to begin acting in a particular way.
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