Have you ever been badgered by your child to buy a certain thing for them? We've all been there. The latest fad or craze descends. All of their friends have it. It's all over TV. Your child simply cannot live without it. You try to avoid the shops and places where they will be reminded of this thing they can't possibly live without. You don't want them to catch you at a vulnerable time and when you are affected by any momentary lapse of willpower. However, eventually you relent and…Continue
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On today’s episode, I talk with my new friend Matt McWilliams about overcoming limiting beliefs, and embracing potential to not only change yourself, but become a world-changer. In this in-depth conversation, we look at causes, effects, and behaviors associated with the issue ofchange. So many people struggle with this on some level, and many have no idea how significantly they are being affected…Continue
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“People who ate a diet focused on macaroni and cheese, processed lunch meat, sausage biscuits, mayonnaise, and microwavable meals with unhealthy fats, for example, showed serious negative changes to their metabolism after just five days.”…Continue
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Sometimes people say something like, “I’m in the middle of something, can I get back to you later?”
But the word “later” is a poor choice for two reasons:
It is vague. Does “later” mean later today or later in the week…Continue
Added by Bob Wilson on May 21, 2015 at 9:59pm — No Comments
We all want guarantees.
I want my house to appreciate in value, my gym time to produce a beach-worthy body, and my jokes to always be funny. I want to live a safe life, take minimal risk, and live happily ever after.
Ha! I live in the real world – not Disneyworld (but I am sure that I can…Continue
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I found a great TedX video from Chris Suave about why being boring can actually be an advantage. What do you think? Are you boring? Maybe it is time to become a bit more boring……Continue
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One of the top subjects the CFF community has told me you want to hear about is how to save more money. So let me ask you a question: What could you do with an extra $200 every month?
Would you pay down debt?
Put money in an emergency…Continue
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Who doesn’t like soft, spreadable butter for their morning sprouted grain toast? I don’t typically eat toast with breakfast during the week. In fact I avoid starchy carbs except on weekends. But when I was recovering from surgery recently and had to gain back weight I’d lost, I had buttered, toasted sprouted…Continue
“To change the world,
Start with one step.
The first step is hardest of all.”
~ from the song You Might Die Trying by Dave Matthews Band
Change the world or change yourself, it all starts the same way – with one…Continue
Being in business, you know time is money. So when it comes to driving traffic to your website it can be complicated to determine the best approach. Should you purchase ad space on the search engines (e.g. Google AdWords, Bing Ads) or should you grow your audience and your…Continue
Added by Jeff Olmstead on May 19, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments
The keen entrepreneur is able to forecast demand and costs in the competitive environment of the market. Very often entrepreneurs use capital to pay workers now and then reap a profit later. The competitive market ensures that those who are most able to satisfy the consumers’ desires earn the greatest profits, which means that the most adept entrepreneurs will always be the ones serving the consumers. This selection process benefits…Continue
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Last night on the Online Coaching Conference call with Dan, I was able to talk to him about my career journey. I'm in a funky situation because by trade I am an Engineer, and because of circumstance I'm a Technical Writer looking for an Engineering job. On the side I've been taking gigs as a Wedding DJ and have become really good at it. So the target in my crosshairs was to quit engineering and make DJing a full time job.
Then Dan asked "So what is the REAL dream?" to which I replied,…Continue
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Well, I am happy to be back posting regularly again. I appreciate everyone who has followed my blogs. I want to share my experience in the following series of posts because I feel that what happened to me and the things I have (and am) learning from this experience may help someone else.
So I’ll briefly…Continue
I've always enjoyed learning. I recall in grade school enjoying spelling. We had a workbook that I took home and completed the entire years work in a week.
Unfortunately I hit a time when I didn't feel it was so important. I think it was late 8th grade early 9th. Girls caught my eye and sports.…Continue