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           Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about Creating Yourself                         - George Bernard Shaw

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Success

Success is subjective. Like many, I grew up equating money and power with success, and for a time, that framed my definition. But as I've matured, that has changed. You see, success is a very personal thing. What drives one entrepreneur may be radically different for another. And understanding how others measure success can help you better understand your own definition.

Billionaire Richard Branson believes success is about happiness.

"Too many people measure how successful they are by how much money they make or the people that they associate with," he wrote on LinkedIn. "In my opinion, true success should be measured by how happy you are."

Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington says that money and power aren't enough.

Huffington says that while we tend to think of success along two metrics — money and power — we need to add a third.

"To live the lives we truly want and deserve, and not just the lives we settle for, we need a Third Metric," she told Forbes' Dan Schawbel, "a third measure of success that goes beyond the two metrics of money and power, and consists of four pillars: well-being, wisdom, wonder, and giving."

The following articles will give you ideas, tips, strategies, and practical advice on how to be successful in what you are looking for.

What’s Time Management

People say to me, “Chuck, it's nice to say that you taught all this great stuff about planning and goal setting, but let's face it, I don’t have time to do this on a regular basis!”

How do we get all this done and still have time left at the end of the day for ourselves and our family?

I know that you have heard about time management, but do you really know how easy it is to do?

Do you know how much time you can actually save by applying it?

If you do, why are you not applying it?

If you don’t know how much time you can really save and do something you enjoy with it, charge ahead and learn how.

Have you ever heard the old saying that: "If you want to get something done - give it to a busy person?" How can that be you ask when God gave us the same 24 hours in a day? The secret is not how much time we have, but how we use it! Learn more...

 

Ten Tips to Improve Your Self Esteem

Why is it that many people sabotage themselves?

Why do people feel they don’t deserve a good life or the better things in life?

Why are so many people unhappy?

Here are ten ways to improve your life and improve your self-esteem.

It does not come easy, it does take work, hard work. But the benefits are nothing short of fantastic.

Read on...

 

How to be successful at sales

Make it your goal to help others!

A key to being successful in business is to find a need and fill it. This is the same road to success in selling. Helping people solve their problems. Can anyone get good at sales? Absolutely! The key to being successful is to be real, be yourself,  be consistent, and be persistent.

Read on to learn more...

 

Super Success Secrets from 25 Successful Entrepreneurs

We all stand on the shoulders of giants and we can always learn more. By studying others secrets of success we can only keep improving ourselves. Hearing and reading these nuggets of wisdom once is never enough, keep hearing and reading them over and over again until they become part of the woof and weave of our being. Read on rock star and keep shining. 

 

Getting Your Ideas Across

85 percent of what you accomplish in your career and in your personal life will be determined by how well you get your message across and by how capable you are of inspiring people to take action on your ideas and recommendations. . Good communication is crucial for good management. Read how...

 

 

The Most Powerful Wealth Building Secrets Known

After spending over 31 years researching, studying, analyzing, and identifying the most powerful and critical business systems and profit generating mindsets.

I've discovered that all incredibly successful pre-eminent entrepreneurs, business-builders, innovators and nationally recognized professionals all share a specific mindset. Learn these secrets...

 

 

One theme equals momentum and success

All successful people know this - FOCUS is the key to success. One thing at a time. One purpose at a time. Finish one and go on to the next. Read on...

 

What Does It Take to Become Wealthy?

Imagine never worrying about money ever again. Allow yourself to get lost in this fantasy for a moment: your bills are always paid with ease, you own several beautiful homes, your kids are attending the top colleges, and the money just keeps rolling in quicker than you can spend it. Read on...

 

Ten Things Your Mother Never Told You About Being Wealthy

You’ve probably heard these things all of your life.

“Work hard and you will be rewarded.”

“Money doesn’t grow on trees.”

“We may not be rich but at least we’re happy.”

“We may be poor, but at least we’re honest”

“Money is evil”

“Put that down – don’t you know it’s dirty?” Read the truth...

 

The One Major Key To Achieving Outstanding Results 

I often tell people that we were born without instruction manuals and we forever try to figure out how all the pieces fit together on the fly. 20 years of research in the field of human potential and performance has opened my eyes to the amazing abilities we each have and how to tap into them. One of the greatest discoveries ever is how our subconscious mind gets programmed and how it controls almost everything we do. Learn more...

 

I CAN’T SEEM TO MOTIVATE MYSELF – HELP!

The bottom line is that motivation is a very difficult to understand and even more difficult to maintain for some. But only you can do that.  You can and you will. If you are at the point that you feel you can’t do it anymore, that would be a good time to go see your family doctor or counsellor. We all need help at times. But even getting help sometimes is difficult.  Read more...

 

THE IMPACT OF MAKING A DECISION

There was a time when I was a slave to my clients, traveling across the world whenever they wanted me to speak, sometimes working 30 days or more in a row without a break. I hardly ever saw my family. The airport security guards knew me by my first name. The even knew which luggage was mine! As I worked harder and harder, I became more and more unbalanced. I didn't have time to exercise, read a book, go to a movie, or do things I really enjoyed. My refrigerator was bare, because I only had time to come home for a brief stay before I headed back to the airport and onto another trip. Read more...