How to Be Optimistic During Challenges

We all face challenges now and again, but it is our reaction to those challenges that determine how quickly we can overcome them.

There are typically two types of views people have towards challenges – optimistic or pessimistic.

While everyone may have a natural tendency to have one view or the other, your ability to be an optimist when challenges arise will impact your overall success and outlook on life.
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How to Develop a Positive “Money Mindset”

When it comes to achieving your personal and business goals, money tends to be a great focus on measuring success. The money mindset is essentially your attitude to cash, so developing a positive mindset about money is crucial for overall success and well being.

When it comes to achieving your personal and business goals, money tends to be a great focus on measuring success. The money mindset is essentially your attitude to cash, so developing a positive mindset about money is crucial for overall success and well being.

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Why I’m “Reinventing Black Friday” – a letter from Brian Tracy

Dear Friend, The holiday season is upon us, and I hope you’re staying healthy, happy, and active during some pretty unprecedented times. If you’ve been taking this time to focus on your future, set goals, and develop a plan of action, then you’re in great shape! When the world returns to normal – and it will return to normal – you’ll be ready to take on any challenge that comes your way. Now, if you’ve been struggling to stay focused, or aren’t sure where to start, then NOW is the time to start. It may be a challenge – it may seem impossible, but the world has always been shaped by those who don’t falter when the times get tough…. Read more

The Do’s and Don’ts of Public Speaking

Becoming a professional public speaker isn’t always easy — you have to be charismatic yet collected, unique yet relatable, and sincere yet inspirational. It’s a delicate balance and on top of that, you want to make sure you are delivering a message that is clear and entertaining. 

Luckily, whether you’re giving a live and in-person speech or conducting a virtual presentation, there are a few fundamental techniques that, when used, will dramatically improve the value of your speech. On the other hand, there are also a few pitfalls that you need to watch out for. 

So, here are the dos and don’ts of public speaking to improve your speech and captivate your audience.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid During Closing Remarks of a Speech

Is your speech for your next event prepared and ready to go? The introduction and body of your presentation might be in good shape. But don’t forget about your closing remarks.

Often, your audience will remember your final words the longest. So don’t waste this important part of your speech. It can be difficult to craft closing remarks that are brief but make an impact on your audience. With a few small changes, however, you can end your speech with a bang.

Here are five common mistakes you should avoid during your closing remarks for a speech.

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7 Tips for Finding a New Job

As you may know, a lot of people are out of work today. And if you’re not out of work, you probably will be sooner or later. Finding a new job is no walk in the park, but can be made simpler with the right tools and mindset.

Your ability to get the right job, at the right wage, doing the right thing with the right people in the right company, is one of the most important skills you develop as a life skill.

I have shared my tips for finding a new job for thousands of job seekers and job changers. These great ideas will revolutionize your life and business future.

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How to Choose a Book Topic

As you may know, I’ve written more than 80 books, so I know a little bit about what it takes to plan, write, and publish a book. But a question that I hear quite often is, “how do you decide what to write an entire book about?”

Choosing a book topic may seem daunting, but the simple solution is to look inward. Ask yourself, “What unique message do I have that other people could benefit from?” This is a key starting point.

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