Tag Archive | "what is success"

Avoid “Analysis Paralysis”: Stop Thinking and Start Your Business!

Thursday, December 27, 2012

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       Most people who have conceived a new business idea have been told, “Make sure you have a good business plan.” The elements of the “ideal” business plan are fairly common and cliché: marketing and advertising strategies, identifying the target audience, research of the target audience’s consummation trends, products and/or services offered, etc. [...]

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Reinvention- A Story of Courage, Change, Personal Development and “Bounce Back”

Thursday, August 30, 2012

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  I read this story and I was so moved by the challenges and successes of someone who succeeded at life changes.  Admirably, Rene Syler did not go under emotionally, and just die in her spirit or flesh.  This sistah of humanity took on the fight of adversity and won. I hope you will be [...]

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CHOOSE TO BE RICH – HOW TO OVERCOME FEAR OF FAILURE

Thursday, July 5, 2012

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Choose to be Rich?                      I still have choice.  Amazing. I choose the good report! Posted on: Tuesday, July 03, 2012|Written by: Robert Kiyosaki How to overcome fear of failure and build a mindset for wealth Over the years, I’ve done a lot of research on the brain. The reason why I became so interested in the brain [...]

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What Is The Law For Momprenuers?

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

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    Hi friend, I was reading this email letter on business tips for momprenuers.  I thought it was a great read and had  such great advice  so, I wanted to share it.  I wanted to share this article by a very successful woman by the name of Maryellen Tribby.  The advice is good for [...]

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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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Balancing-Social Networking Sites

Sunday, November 20, 2011

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    Balancing Social Networking Accounts One of the key ways to market anything today is by using social sites. Whether you are marketing a personality, business, service or product, properly used profiles on social sites will get what you are selling out there — there meaning the world. The days of personal success being [...]

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Social Media Marketing– I Don’t Have Time..Do I Need More than One?

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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    We feel like there isn’t enough time for everything.  Now you tell me to do one more thing.. Do I need more than one social media site? One common problem that many new business owners face is not having enough time to devote to various marketing methods. Because of this, business owners must [...]

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Social Networking Which Social Media Site Do I Choose First?

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

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  Personal growth often means doing things that are uncomfortable, at least initially. It is truly incredible that the brain’s need to protect its ego often is in direct contrast to the actions that will allow us to adapt and grow. This is the truth behind true motivation – the ability to shut down a [...]

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