LI have been reading about the Mastermind Concept of Napoleon Hill. According TO Hill in " The Law Of Success" A mastermind is created through the blending of two or more minds Out of that the harmonious blending of the group a third mind is born which is a collective mind. Hill believed each individual could contact and tap into the subconscious mind of the others and that there was an infinite intelligence, an Ethernet which contained all of the thoughts throughout history. It was…Continue
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Sometimes i wander what I could do with $100 to turn it into $1000.
When I think of things on my own, I don't get very far.
When my wife and I have this discussion ideas flow free.
It's more fun and less lonely.
And she often has better ideas than I do.
What are your thoughts?
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Do you want to live an organized life?
If you are reading this blog, there is a strong possibility that your answer to that question is “YES!”. So what is keeping you from achieving your goal? So often, the top reasons I hear from readers are:
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Busyness is the enemy of Godly intuition. In the middle of working on day 17 of the 21 Day Brain Detox this morning (focusing on Godly intuition) while feeling guilty that I was not using the time to get more done, I heard this statement. It was not spoken audibly but it was definitely loud and clear. Busyness is the enemy of Godly intuition!
On the surface this may seem like bad news to those of us who are on the front lines and in the trenches doing whatever we can…Continue
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Lots of the clients that I work with supervise others.
Principals guide their schools.
Teachers manage their students.
Managers direct workers.
Owners of businesses supervise their employees.
Here’s an important question for anyone in any of these…Continue
Added by Lynne Watts on May 22, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments
I was reading a beautiful Holy Land Moments devotional recently and the writer used the way a crab grows to make a spiritual point. As I read the devotional it spoke volumes to me about why some people have such a difficult time changing negative habits.
The difference between crabs, humans and most other animals…Continue
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Just the thought of changing careers can be anxiety provoking. In fact, if you haven’t been looking for work in a long time, you may be having your own private meltdown.
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Standing on the curb in Brooklyn, New York with 20 other Suits trying to get to LaGuardia airport, can be a lesson in adaptive survival.
There are only a few ways to get to the airport from Brooklyn – personal car (bad choice), a menagerie of public transportation connections, taxi or Uber/Lyft. This morning, I fired up my Lyft app and was informed that Mi Sook in a black Avalon would arrive within six minutes. The problem was all of the people standing on the corner had also used…Continue
Added by Kristen Joyner on May 20, 2017 at 10:00am — No Comments
It is necessary for a person to prepare a cover letter except a resume when he or she is applying for some position. It is crucial document that shows how interested you are in a job, what positive results you can bring to the company and what skills and abilities let you do this. To help you with writing, this website was created where you can find so many amazing nurse cover letters examplesthat…Continue
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This has been a week of mixed emotions for me.On Monday we said “Good-bye” to the Weimaraner we rescued more than 12 years ago.He truly was an amazing animal and one I bonded with completely.Everything about this week has been bittersweet.
Tomorrow we will arrive to meet our new special boy and take him back to his now furever home.I am anxious, excited and scared.I hope that the picture of what comes next in my mind will come to pass.
That’s what it is like to dream about…Continue
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Check me out in the Bod Pod! I look like a big bearded chicken.
I first read about the Bod Pod device in Tim Ferriss' book 4 Hour Body. He praised it as one of the most accurate body fat measurement devices around. I'd done the caliper thing before, but always wanted to try the pod. When I found out that Coastal Carolina University, a local…Continue
Are you a fairly good writer who uses your spare time to write articles and blog about things that interest you? Are you what the internet calls a “grammar nazi”? Are you comfortable writing analytical and argumentative essays about topics that matter to you? Have you ever thought of turning your writing hobby into something that also earns you some good money on the side? Then, we have got some good news for you. Online paper writing service has…Continue
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I had good intentions but…
I lost my focus and my emotions took over…
There was no time to follow through…
I feel like giving up…
What do you do when you have a vision, set an intention, make a goal…
and then stuff happens? You know what I…Continue
Added by Lynne Watts on May 15, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments
Eggs are an almost perfect food! An egg’s shell color doesn’t indicate the quality or nutritional value of an egg, but rather the breed of the hen that laid it. Hens with white feathers tend to lay white eggs and hens with red feathers tend to lay brown eggs.
Why it’s Healthy:
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Whether you pursue coaching as a side gig or full-time, coaching is one of the great ways to earn extra money while using your expertise to help others reach their goals. If you’ve ever been lucky enough to be coached like Brock in the short clip below from Facing the…
Enjoy! ~Cheryl Lynne
My dad used to say, “Kristen, you’re so smart, you’re stupid!”
While not the most affirming, take a look at the truth in that statement. Just because you have BRAIN and BOOK smarts, doesn’t mean you have PRACTICAL smarts.
Even the smartest person can become overwhelmed to stupidom by expense reports, monthly bills, finances and just plain mail cluttering up an office or home, if he/she doesn't know what to do with the mess.
This costs money, time, energy and health.…Continue
Added by Kristen Joyner on May 13, 2017 at 10:49am — No Comments
Translation takes so much time and efforts and there is no guarantee that the final result will be accurate and free of errors. However, if you want your paper to be perfect, you can try the best French to English translation service that is accessible 24/7 and always ready to exceed your expectations. It has gathered a team of skillful, punctual, reliable translators with work experience in…Continue
Added by Cerys May on May 12, 2017 at 8:00am — No Comments
I have a confession to make. Even though I know in my heart that God is in control and He is not worried, I still struggle with worry. "But wait," you say, "I thought this was supposed to be about good news." It is. But sometimes you have to endure the bad in order to completely appreciate and embrace the good and the sweet victory that can emerge from great struggles. So hang in there with me because there actually is good news.
The bad news is as I got older I started to worry…Continue