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  1. Create A Realistic Plan For Your Success By Arun Pal Singh
    Success is the most desired ambition of the human beings. Every one of us wants to be successful. But only few endeavor towards that purpose consciously whereas others rely on luck and chance to achieve their goals.The best example in this case is someone who wants to get rich but only has one alternative: playing the Lotto. Of course, there are chances of becoming rich over night, but how likely is it that this will actually happen?Creating a realistic plan in order to achieve the desired res…


  2. "Purpose" in Amsall’s Success Mindset Tripod By A.M. Sall
    Here are the 3 elements of the "Purpose" leg in Amsall's Success Mindset Tripod ™ :1. Clarity of Purpose or Know Yourself2. High Value of Purpose or Love Yourself3. Unity of Purpose or Agree with Yourself1. CLARITY OF PURPOSE = KNOW YOURSELFFor thousands of years, both before and after Socrates, all human cultures have been repeating: "Know Yourself".Self-awareness and self-discovery: the starting point of your personal self-growth campaign.Now here is my take on "know yourself": The part o…


  3. Tiger Woods Secret to Success By Mike Litman
    Did you see or hear about 'The Masters’ golf tournament this past weekend?What an incredible ending and what an incredible victory by Tiger Woods.Whether you're a fan of golf or not, there's something about Tiger's MINDSET that has helped him unleash his greatness.I want to share with you a brief but powerful success insight that Tiger Woods has used to win big and create a fortune.You ready?Onward.I was reading a few articles on his recent victory and something caught my attention.I'm going t…


  4. Persistence Pays Off By Katie Byrd
    In a speech, President Calvin Coolidge once said, “Nothing in the world takes the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with great talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence, determination alone are omnipotent.”There are thousands of stories of people who, against all odds, succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. Henry Ford went bankrupt twice before creati…


  5. What Is Success Anyway? By Saleem Rana
    Success is creating what you want the way you want it to be.It is, in fact, a journey. And, like all journeys, your ship will sail through calm waters and buck in storms. If you stay on course, continually upgrading your navigational instruments and adjusting to feedback, you will reach your port of dreams.Everyone has had the experience of shipwreck. Their most cherished dreams collapsed despite their best efforts.The difference between those who succeed in life and those who fail are neit…


  6. Reach Your Goals - Create A Nurturing Environment By Soni Pitts
    Create an environment that is so inspiring and nurturing that it does half the work for you When your work and living space are cluttered and dirty, when dishes are piled up in the sink or when your wardrobe is uninspiring, energy that you need to meet your goals will be bled out of you like a battery being run down by a forgotten dome light.  You need all of the energy you currently have just to run your life, and you need to generate more to reach your goals.  Do so by ensuring that your en…


  7. Visualize Your Way to Success By Thelma Mariano
    Human beings are visual creatures. Our imaginations are powerful tools that can bring us to the brink of despair or create a wonderful new reality. This is because our subconscious responds to images whether they are real or imagined.We all use visualization in our daily lives. When we read, our mind automatically translates the words into images of people and places. When we think of someone, we “see” his or her face. We also visualize every time we are afraid. We play worst-case scenarios in…


  8. Success: A Carpenter's Story By Jeff Herring
    I think this has a lot to say about true success in life, the kind we would design:“An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his employer of his plans to leave the house building business and live a more leisurely life with his wife enjoying his extended family.The contractor was sorry to see his good worker go and asked if he could build just one more house as a personal favor. The carpenter said yes, but in time it was easy to see that his heart was not in his work. He resorted to s…


  9. Hard Work By Steve Pavlina
    Success literature going back hundreds of years espouses the benefits of hard work. But why is it that some people seem to feel that “hard work” is a dirty word nowadays?I define “hard work” as work that is challenging. Both hard work and “working hard” (i.e. putting in the time required to get the job done) are required for success.A problem occurs when people think of challenging work as painful or uncomfortable. Does challenging work necessarily have to be painful? No, of course not. In fac…


  10. Inoculate Yourself Against Negativity By Mark Claridge
    Unfortunately we come into contact with negativity everyday. We can’t avoid it. But we do not have to let ourselves be effected by it. So protect yourself from it.If you travel to a foreign country, where you could possible catch a serious disease such as cholera, polio or malaria. Before you travel you get inoculated against it.So how can you inoculate yourself against negativity?Firstly, avoid as much media negativity as possible. Read newspapers and news channels that give you the facts, no…


  11. Crippled by the Fear of Failure? By Nick Arrizza, M.D.
    What is the fallout for you of being restricted by the Fear of Failure? Well the fact that you were drawn to this article likely suggests that you have already recognized it "as" a problem. In other words, it is likely something you could get rid of, correct?What is the fallout of having this Fear of Failure running (sorry, I actually meant to write "ruining" but then they both apply don't they?) your life? It likely includes some of the following:1. Feeling like your sitting on the sidelines …


  12. Reach Your Goals - Believe In Your Own Divine Nature By Soni Pitts
    Believe in your own Divine nature Despite the varying religious backgrounds that the world offers, all religions have one thing in common - a belief that their deity ordains each person's existence here on earth, usually through direct assistance in the birth process by the creation and gifting of a soul.  That means that you are here because the omnipotent creator of the Universe thinks it's a good idea.  And also, it follows by simple logic that if you are here, and alive, then some part of…


  13. Are You Just a Shadow of the Person That You Could Really Be? By Gary Simpson
    Next time you go outside during the day I want you to look at your shadow. That dark outline of your image on the ground is not the real you. It's just an outline of you.The shadow that you cast is temporary. There is no substance to it. It moves, it changes shape and it disappears when the sun goes behind a cloud or when you are shielded by something larger than yourself.Let's now use this analogy to define your success. Is your success full-bodied or is it an ever changing, ever moving, ofte…


  14. Changing Your Luck By Samantha Stevens
    In this week's New Age Notebook, I am going to address a subject that often comes up in the chat rooms: LUCK. Why is it that some people seem to be born with horseshoes up the wazoo while others battle an endless string of disasters and setbacks?Is there such thing as being born under a lucky star? Is it karma or a curse? While some are eternal victims of Murphy's Law: "if something can go wrong, it will.", others seem to be able to get away with murder and suffer no consequences at all.Luckil…


  15. Two Great Success Tips - Read And Apply What You Learn And Do It Now! By John Watson
    Today I was glad that I had bothered to read two of my favourite ezines. It is only too easy to think that you can afford to miss an issue or two. Inevitably, the issues you miss will be the best ones!One ezine was written by Pawan Agrawal and the other by Martin Avis. They reminded me of two great truths which I have come across and even written about several times before. We need reminding of the great truths again and again because it is easy to forget them or fail to apply them.Pawan had c…


  16. Intuition ... Are You Listening To The Clues All Around You? By Josh Hinds
    Recently I was listening to the audiotape Embracing Uncertainty by Susan Jeffers (www.susanjeffers.com), which set me off on a whole line of thinking with regards to intuition, and the part it can play in our lives. Be it knowingly, or unknowingly.Susan recounts a time in her life where she had recently attended some workshops which had led her to try and be more aware of her own intuition. You know, those random thoughts that tend to appear in our heads. The same ones that often don't appear …


  17. Business Success Secrets: Improving Yourself by 1% Daily By Josh Brown
    Hey,Josh here from Investor Wealth Academy sitting 29 stories above the glitter of Times Square.Lou and I are in New York this weekend on business and we were both super excited about some of the things going on in the real estate industry right now.More on that later.Over the last few years we have really seen extraordinary success in our own and our Mentoring students' businesses.But, our success has not been because of lucky breaks or the people we know, and that goes for our student…


  18. Self Improvement and Living in the Present Moment By Garry Zancanaro
    Having clear goals and desires for our future, and planning for their fulfilment are vital steps if we are serious about self improvement and achievement.Delayed gratification is something that is practiced by many successful people, even if they aren’t aware of it. In simple terms, delayed gratification means making sacrifices now in order to achieve greater rewards in the future.Most successful people become successful because they take actions and make sacrifices that less successful people…


  19. Discover The 90/10 Secret: It Will Change Your Life By Arlen Busenitz
    The 90/10 secret is incredible! Very few know and apply this secret. The result? Millions of people are suffering undeserved stress, trials, problems, and heartache. They never seem to be a success in life.Bad days follow bad days. Terrible things seem to be constantly happening. Their is constant stress, lack of joy, and broken relationships. Worry consumes time, anger breaks friendships, and life seems dreary and is not enjoyed to the fullest.. Friends are lost. Life is a bore and often seem…


  20. The Facts About Success By Allen Williams
    There is a lot of confusion as to what exactly success is.First, 'success' is different for each person.Your idea of success is just as valid as my idea of what success is.We have that right, to decide. What is success.It kills me though that there are a lot of beliefs people hold that keep them from getting even their version of success.So, for your reading, and pondering, pleasure, here are a few of the real facts about success.Some of them aren't pretty :-)Fact: Success looks a lot like wor…


  21. 30 Days to Success By Steve Pavlina
    A powerful personal growth tool is the 30-day trial. This is a concept I borrowed from the shareware industry, where you can download a trial version of a piece of software and try it out risk-free for 30 days before you’re required to buy the full version. It’s also a great way to develop new habits, and best of all, it’s brain-dead simple.Let’s say you want to start a new habit like an exercise program or quit a bad habit like sucking on cancer sticks. We all know that getting started and st…


  22. Consuming Passions Consuming Success By Victor Gonzalez
    The other day I went shopping at the local consumer electronics warehouse where they have everything from talking toasters to serenading telephones. I was looking for a new printer since mine had just died from a respiratory belt problem.As I shopped around I was simply amazed at how large the warehouse was and the selections available. Just the television section covered an area the size of two tennis courts with screen selection sizes running from 6 inches to large plasma screens over 1,00…


  23. Top Ten Ways to Achieve Personal and Professional Independence By Jeannette Kraar
    1. Clearly define what you want and what is most important to you.Here’s the deal, you have to look at and define your WHOLE life not just one part. This would include personal, professional, financial, and physical needs as well as your core values and beliefs. Consider this, one aspect such as financial independence will not be fulfilling and independence will not be gained if you have to sacrifice other priorities or compromise your ideals to achieve it.2. Understand where your motivation i…


  24. Who Else Wants to Keep Failing? By Douglas Titchmarsh
    Who wants to carry on being a failure?Failure. Not a great word is it? It is a very negative word, it says nothing good happened at all. But it's still a word that is used a lot by so many people.Here in the UK as this is being written there is a huge buzz in the media about an alternative phrase for the word failure. This buzz centres around a group of school teachers who have decided that failure is not an option for the children they teach. Now they just have "deferred success". Of course…


  25. The Gravitational Pull of ANTs, WORMS & FEARS By Philippe Matthews
    What is an ANT? An ANT is an acronym for Automatic Negative Thoughts. What is a WORM? A WORM is a metaphor for deep-seated, unconscious beliefs that lye dormant in our consciousness analogous to a computer virus that only activates when a certain button is pushed on our keyboard. What is a FEAR? A FEAR is False Evidence Appearing Real; an optical illusion that makes you believe it is impossible to move beyond this point so why even try. FEAR is a lie! ANTs are pre-conscious thoughts, be…






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