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Is Money $$$ More Important than LOVE?

September 6, 2017 By:

What if a loved one of yours was kidnapped – would you pay the money? Even if it were millions of dollars, that was demanded by the kidnappers as ransom. It appears at face value that people would say love is more important than money; however some interesting things in life would show evidence to the contrary. […]

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Our Deepest Fear

How to Gain and Survive Success

July 31, 2017 By:

Most scientists and psychologists agree that fear of success exists for both men and women. Everyone can understand the fear of failure; however the fear of success may seem impossible to comprehend.  The fact that we never hear people say “I’m afraid of being successful” may trick you into thinking it is not a real […]

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Key

Two Keys to Living an Extraordinary Life

April 24, 2017 By:

Have you ever wondered what creates an extraordinary life and exactly what the difference is between living an ordinary life and an extraordinary life?   Living an extraordinary life does not happen by chance and with most things worth having it does take work and effort. This can be a challenge for people invested in […]

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Pareto Rule

How to Empower Your Business & Life with the 80/20 Rule

March 27, 2017 By:

The 80/20 Rule, also known as the Pareto Principle, states that in most situations approximately 80% of effects come from 20% of the causes. The 80/20 Rule is commonly used (and also ignored at considerable cost) in many aspects of organizational and business management. Working with this principle in business is as important as working […]

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Expect the Best

How to Expect the BEST, but Plan for the WORST

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Most entrepreneurs have wonderful, creative imaginations which allow them to visualize awesome products and services to build their businesses and help people. However, according to Bloomberg, 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs who start new businesses fail within the first 18 months. That is a startling 80 per cent that flop and die. Planning for the […]

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