Category Archives for Personal Development

Millennials Prefer Bitcoin over Traditional Stocks and Bonds

Millennials Prefer Bitcoin over Traditional Stocks and Bonds but gaining wealth and keeping wealth are two different disciplines.

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Ten Tips for Taking the WORK Out of Networking

Why not take the “work” of our networking? It might be time to change your thinking and how you show up at those scary networking events. I guarantee if you follow these steps, you’ll

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The Art of Going Against the Flow

Are you ready to go against the flow?  This article is inspired by best-selling marketing guru, Seth Godin, author of The Icarus Deception. Seth writes, “Play it safe. Listen to the experts. It

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Make Your Passion Follow YOU

Make your passion follow you. Follow your passion is among the top lazy cliches spoken by motivational speakers. The “follow your passion” statement doesn’t accomplish much. When I was a kid,

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Will You Make a “Burn the Ships” Commitment?

Will You Make a “Burn the Ships” Commitment?  What price are you willing to pay to achieve your dreams? Imagine yourself on a quest to discover and capture some of the world’s greatest treasure:

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10 Ways to Achieve Everything You Desire in Life

There are a multitude of ways to achieve everything you desire in life but success requires consistent daily steps to continue moving forward toward your goals and objectives. I’ve always been a

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The Pareto Principle – Make the 80/20 Rule Work for You

The Pareto Principle, named after Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto observed that 80% of income in Italy was received by 20% of the Italian population. The Pareto Principle (80/20 Rule)  means spending

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What are Your Chances of Winning the Power Ball Jackpot?

What are Your Chances of Winning a Billion or more playing Power Ball? The largest Power Ball jackpot in U.S. history happened last week, an unbelievable  1.5 Billion was won by three lucky peeps.  The

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Curiosity Makes You Smarter – The Benefits of an Inquiring Mind

Curiosity Makes You Smarter. There are a lot of benefits of a inquiring mind. While going through college, I worked in a delicatessen. Sometimes I noticed a business owner’s personal check or credit

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The Long-Term Residual Effect of Leadership Development

 The long-term RESIDUAL Effect of leadership development results in measurable benefits for your business or organization. Our quality of life and accomplishments depend on personal relationships. In

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