THE MISSING LINK BETWEEN RESOLUTIONS AND RESULTS


What word did you use this year? Resolution? Intention? Vision? We’re three and ½ weeks into the year now. So… Are you on track and feeling successful? Or… Are you already frustrated with yourself? Do you feel scattered, trying to do too many things at once? Are you spinning with noble goals, only to end each day further behind? Do you start things that are really important to you, but never finish them? Well… Maybe you’re trying to do too many things at...

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The Innovator’s Attitude: Four Secrets of the Successful


Innovator Attitude Make Failure Your Ally

The most successful people in the world – the Elon Musks, the Richard Bransons, the Warren Buffetts – see every problem as an innovation in disguise. They seem to instinctively know how to turn problems into opportunities and opportunities into breakthroughs. So what do they do with failure? Life is change. And innovation is the creative response to change. Getting from how-things-are to how-things-could-be is all about attitude. What does it take to think (and act) like...

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Heaven and Hell are Here and Now


“A soldier went to a sage and asked, ‘Is there really a paradise to live for and a hell to avoid? I sincerely request you to favour me with a clear answer.” “Who are you?” asked the sage. “I am a veteran soldier who has been honoured several times, but I am not satisfied. I am not fulfilled.” “You, a soldier!” exclaimed the sage, “Who would give you the honours? You look more like a disappointed beggar.” The solider was...

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12 Steps to Create a Life You’ll Love to Live. Step 5.


I don’t know about you but I think human beings tend to be somewhat crisis oriented. We don’t really reach down into ourselves for answers until everything we’ve tried to do to control the world around us fails. As long as you have the familiar sights around you – things that you think you know – there is a sense of security. But when you leave the place that you know, and things aren’t working (e.g. Thomas Edison’s 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at a...

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