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What does it truly take to not only survive in this topsy-turvy world of ours, but to actually come out on top? I mean, is it even possible? Obviously I think it can be done. And so do some others. … Continue reading
I have been sharing tips and tidbits about “Winning” for years now and looking back, the thing that stands out to me is the secret that everyone seems to miss. That secret is attitude and an unwillingness to quit trying. … Continue reading
I am not necessarily a fan of most media stars, I believe that their lifestyles tend to lead them down the wrong path and end up degrading them. Yet many of them, when they recall where they came from and … Continue reading
When is the battle over? Will you stop trying when you get tired? When you get discouraged? After you have been knocked down 5 times? Ten? When will you give up on your success? What will you go or give … Continue reading
Richard St. John is a success expert, but has he ever achieved any personal success himself? Let’s see what he’s done: Achieved corporate success as ten-year member of scientific staff at Nortel’s R&D labs Achieved entrepreneurial success as founder of … Continue reading
Don’t let stress get the best of you.
As difficult as it is to accept, our attitude about the world, our life, and the things that happen around & to us, is more influential in our life experience than any other single factor. Here Zig Ziglar (yes, that … Continue reading
The little book “The Go Getter” is a forgotten treasure. Teaching the premier detail of success through analogy, this book has the ability to change your mindset. It is all about willingness, the willingness to do what it takes.
Have you ever felt like this: I am 39 years old. I am married to a wonderful woman that I love with all my heart. I have two pre-teen children that are brilliant and amazing and difficult all at the … Continue reading