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- Change is good . . . you go first
- Putting the FUN Back in the Fundamentals
- 4 Ways to Turn Hope Into Reality
- 5 Keys to a Thankful Thanksgiving
- The Bricklayer – 5 Steps to Building Success
- Success is everything! by Jim Rohn
- Do or do not, there is no try!
- Getting Paid for Your Passion, it’s not a bad thing.
- How have you been? Can your answer be better?
- Making Decisions Today That Will Lead to Success Tomorrow
- Embrace the Hate! 3 ways to deal with negative energy
- One Small Step, One Giant Success Tip
- Who wants to be a millionaire?
- Screw the Sizzle, Sell the Bacon!!
- The Value of Time
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This is a wonderful blog written by Jim Rohn, worthy of sharing, I hope you enjoy it! 5 Keys to a Thankful Thanksgiving If your home is like most, your Thanksgiving Day will be very busy, either traveling to the … Continue reading
Making Decisions Today That Will Lead to Success Tomorrow by John Maxwell We not only make decisions, we are made by them. Every one of us is where we are today as a result of the decisions we made yesterday. … Continue reading
I was fortunate to co-author a book with Brian Tracy (get that here) and I wanted to share one of his inspiring articles with my readers, enjoy! The Five Ways to Become a Millionaire The way you think about money … Continue reading
Karma is the root cause of success and failure in every aspect of life. ~Zhi Gang Sha I recently watched “The Wolf of Wall Street”. I recommend that you see this movie if: You want to laugh for the better … Continue reading
If you’re in sales and you haven’t heard the popular phrase “coffee’s for closers”, then you might want to schedule a movie night for yourself or your sales force. The famous line is from the classic motion picture Glengarry Glen … Continue reading
Black Friday is not only a completely insane shopping day for consumers. Based on the following theory, it’s also a crucial time of year for businesses. “The term “Black Friday” implies that retailers traditionally operated at a financial loss for … Continue reading