Tag Archive | "Anthony Robbins"

I Dare You!: A Letter to your Younger Self

Saturday, March 24, 2012

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Good afternoon, I’m a guest blogger on Beryl’s site.  I’m re-posting an upcoming post on my site: maidforwellness.wordpress.com Join us in the challenge.  I want to hear your thoughts.  Enjoy! __________________________________________________________________________ Today, I’m challenging you.  Spend a few days to think about all the life lessons you’ve learned since you were 18, 21, 30, or whatever [...]

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Goals and Success: You Need To Know What You Want For Your Life

Friday, March 16, 2012

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If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan.                 And guess what they have planned for you? Not much. Jim Rohn        Before you can get anywhere, you need to know where you are going. It sounds simple, but when it comes to life goals or dreams, [...]

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Key To Success – Don’t Settle For Mediocrity

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

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Don’t Settle for Mediocrity True success in life can only come by not settling for mediocrity, we should always strive to achieve and get the most out of life that we possibly can, it is only when we push ourselves and give it all we’ve got can we then give ourselves a pat on the [...]

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I Just Want To Say “Thank You” This Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 24, 2011

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    I don’t know about you but, this Thanksgiving I am so Thankful.  When I look back at where I’ve come from as the old people say, I am just thankful …you’ve been so good.  Now I got this video of Rachelle Ferrell singing  Thank you Lord impromptu. If I could sing like this, [...]

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The Reasons Why I Do This

Sunday, August 21, 2011

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           I was sitting in front of my computer reviewing my 6 reasons Why I do what I do.  The 6 reasons to motivate me to stay the course of this new journey.       May I share them with you?            1.  I felt like I was getting Old.  They called [...]

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Moms and Sons: If I were your Mom- Tiger Woods Frustration..This is What I would Say

Sunday, July 24, 2011

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I write this because I am troubled as a Mom looking at a fine young man like Tiger Woods. I am troubled because somewhere that Mom’s son lost his his confidence and courage. I was watching television and I saw the glee in which the announcers showed Tiger’s pitiful showing in the recent tournament. As [...]

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What’s On The Mindset List? Passion- Needed For Success

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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What does Beyonce, Oprah and You have in Common? Passion… Beyonce has told her story many times.  She wanted to be the best entertainer there ever was. Entertaining is her passion.  She could sing and She could dance. As a young woman her passion and excellence has changed the game of entertainment and  money making [...]

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My Adrenaline Challenge -Lighten Up! It Isn’t That Serious

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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object height=”235″ width=”280″> Come on Life is a challenge but, it’s going to get better. Many during this Christmas season are taking the negatives far too serious. If you lost your job we are simply going to create another one. It might take a minute but, do not give up. This is an adrenaline challenge. [...]

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How To Get Success? Courage of Change

Saturday, December 4, 2010

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Many of us can  look back over the recent  years and pinpoint a time and place at which our lives changed significantly. It could have been unexpected circumstances or by  intention, these are the moments when, the resolve and courage within us  causes us to join up with  events occurring around us.  But, to be [...]

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“Learning Games” The New Rules Of Strutting Your Stuff

Friday, October 8, 2010

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    I came from the generation that was taught to go to school, get a good education, get good grades and stay out of trouble and you would succeed. This implied to me that this success would be all encompassing that is, spiritually, physically and definitely economically. But, as I approached 50 I saw [...]

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