Category Archives: Education

Do you value your personal growth

Personal growth can lead to great gains

Focusing on only one aspect of your business is not going to lead to long term success.

Narrowing your focus for short periods is beneficial, but if you keep it too narrow for a long time, it will not get you to your desired goal.

You have to balance all the facets of your system to make the whole venture grow.

You need to step away from the day to day routine and let your mind rest from time to time. Continue reading

Benefits reporting

Have you been forgetting things lately? This could be why….

Doctors are working to determine the benefits of exercise
regiments in improving cognition and reducing normal
memory loss so that specific exercises can be assigned to
improve memory.

Adding to the long list of benefits that exercise provides
to overall health and giving more reasons to get off of
the couch and get active!

ExercisingStudies are now showing that physical activity reduces stress and anxiety disorders that contribute to many memory issues as well as providing evidence that exercise may prevent, or delay, dementia. Continue reading

The advantages of goal setting

How are you at setting goals for yourself and how often do your review your goals?

As another month starts, I just wanted to bring this topic up, especially for those who do no more than set a New Year’s resolution each year.

These people seem to be using the “set it and forget it” method of goal attainment. Which, by the way, does not work well!

If you truly want to achieve your goals and start living the life of your dreams, you have to remain focused on your goals daily.

Like Earl Nightingale mentions in his “Strangest Secret” recording, you should think about your goals several times a day to keep them fresh and alive. Continue reading

Decision making

What types of decision making do you use?

Decisions are a part of every day life.

Many people avoid making concrete decisions and decide to do nothing.

But in so doing, they have actually made the decision that takes them in a certain direction that may change where their life is heading.

There are different types of decision making

You can make decisions proactively and decide to do something, or be negative and decide to do nothing.

It is so much easier to say “I can’t do that” than it is to ask yourself “How can I do that?”

When you tell yourself you can’t do it, that’s all you have to do. Your job is done and you can go back to watching reruns on TV. Continue reading

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Taking Responsibility for Your Actions Today

People will often blame outside events for the situations they find themselves in.

They feel it is not their fault that their life didn’t turn out right, it has to be due to some outside factor or influence.

Don’t fall into this trap!

You are the only one who can determine your outcome by taking responsibility for your actions.

See what I mean in the following video:

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Do You Struggle with Self-preparation

There has to be a balance between being prepared and procrastinating.

Some people will spend way too much time “preparing” because they are afraid to actually do things.

Others will just jump in without preparing and not succeed due to lack of knowledge.

See my take on self-preparation in the following video:

Self-preparation will Lead to Success

Think about the last time you went on a vacation. Continue reading