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Don’t just try; DO!

How to get rid of the inability to ACT! We all have been confronted with a situation where we intellectually knew what was best for us and yet, it was very hard to actually do what was required of us to

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10 Normal Things That Are Killing You Softly

The world in which you and I live today changes really fast and, not only that, the speed of that change is constantly accelerating, so much so, that we have no real idea of what the future holds. Not

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Don’t Worry, Be Happy!

I can still remember it like if it were yesterday. We were visiting our family in New York City for the first time. It was late in the evening of the 3rd of September 1988, we had had a crazy day walking

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10 Tips To Be More Successful At Anything

Each one of us has an innate desire to be successful. You only have to look at little kids and notice how fast they develop the desire to WIN and be more successful in anything they try. In fact, one of

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10 Tips To Improve Your Personal Decision Making Process

Every single day in your life, you make personal decisions that take you in specific directions throughout your life. Things like, what am I going to wear or, what am I going to eat, or should I press

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How To Get What You Really Want

Obviously, to be able to get what you REALLY want, you first must know WHAT IS IT that you want. You have to have clarity in that respect. Once you know what you really want to achieve in life, how do

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Do You Know What You Really Want?

We all have desires and things we would love to have. For some it might be lots of money, for others security and yet for others freedom to do what they want, when they want it. That is why this is a very

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How Losing My Religion Made Me A Better Online Marketer

This might end up being a very weird post on this blog. However, I need to let this out because it’s one of the reasons that held me back for so long. See, I grew up as part of a very strict religious

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