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How to Release Your Limitations to Having What You Want

Like it or not, if you don’t have everything you desire in life, or if you are having trouble reaching your goals; it is a result of self-imposed limitations. The programming you grew up with, or the maze as we call it, has a strong effect on what success you will achieve. Often, you take this programming for granted thinking that it’s just the way life is – not even considering that anything could be different.

How Life Is Like the Balls of a Juggler, and Other Stories About Balancing Work and Family

At a conference in front of a Fortune 500, Brian Dyson the CEO shared a profound story about balancing work and family. “Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling five balls in the air. You name them – work, family, health, friends and spirit, and you’re keeping all of these in the air. You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball.”

Hustling – What It Really Means in Today’s World

In recent years, the word hustle has come to mean many different things in American society. 20 and 30 years ago, people took hustling as a mint of not dallying around. If you really wanted to achieve success in your life, you did not wait around or move slowly like a turtle in order to accomplish a task. You wrote down your specific objectives that you had to do a daily basis and got busy right away.

Making Life Choices

Not all the problems are solved equally; some problems need few mental steps, while other problems need reflection. We, sometimes, reached a point in our life where we need to make an important decision. When we face retirement, we want to be able to enjoy life, spend more time with our family and live comfortable.

4 Ways Of Giving Back to the World

There are four things you can do right away to start giving your best self to the world and create success in your life. There are many key skills needed to achieve success in different areas of life, but these four are some of the most important you can ever work on.

How to Hold a Conversation and Talk to Anyone and Keep Them Talking

A few simple rules to help you in your conversations. When talking to people you need to listen, pause and them paraphrase what they have said to you. Doing this will not only make you a much better conversationalist, but also make people like you more.

War Stories on Personal Growth and Gratitude

Some of my favorite stories involve the personal growth lessons learned during times at war. This story shows the hard lesson of taking people for granted.

Keep Your Side of the Street Clean

I couldn’t, in good conscience, help my clients to live their most authentic lives if I’m not living mine. So I keep this saying in my “tool belt” and I take it out whenever I feel I might step out of my integrity. It’s a powerful tool. Before you say or do something that doesn’t feel in alignment with who you want to be, ask yourself “Am I keeping my side of the street clean?”

Personal Growth: The Power of a Good Question

This is a “personal growth” article that explains the simple, yet incredible results of asking the right question…of how we can use the power of a question to quickly change our life, and improve the world. “In time, good questions will answer themselves.

There Is No Other You

In setting goals, balance is not easy but achievable. The right calories in vs. the right amount of exercise, saying too much vs. saying too little, moving too quickly vs. moving too slowly and the comparisons go on and on. What is the answer?

When You Fight, You Fight With Yourself

When you fight with other people or argue, you are really just fighting with yourself. Because it’s you who gets hurt, it’s your blood pressure that gets raised. If you control yourself, you will move those around you to a newer calmer direction.

The Enemy Called Procrastination

Everyone procrastinates, but for different purpose. This is due to the fact that there are a lot of things to be done and one might not even know where to start from. As a result people tend to put off stuff in order to create a chance to do other things. The fact that you procrastinate does not mean that you are inefficient or lazy…

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