There are a lot of people writing about motivation on the Web. But I rarely find anything new or really useful. Most people are saying the same things in the same ways. It's not that these methods don't work, it's that they really don't get to the heart of what motivation is and the true mechanics of how it really works.
If someone tells you the steps that are needed to set a goal and keep yourself motivated, that's great. But rarely does that really work for people. That's because…Continue
Quitting at good
A good friend of mine has a quote he uses that says “If better is possible, then good is not enough.” So that got the wheels turning in my head and it leads me to the question, why do we quit at good? Some quit at good because good is enough, or they don’t think that they deserve better or they feel greedy if the want something better. Whatever the reason is we quit sometimes when it is good. This mentality makes me think of “average” and we…Continue
After reading the above article on the WSJ, I can't help but think that this is the beginning of the end of tax free e-commerce. This is something that was in a gray area of the law for a long time. As online retail continues to grow faster than state deficits,…Continue
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The only thing keeping me from moving forward is me. I have ideas, ability, motivation, and understanding.
The only thing stopping me is me.
I don't have time...nobody has time...ok, I have time. I worked 20 hours of OT in each of the last two weeks. I found time for that, I can find time for this.
The only thing in my way is me.
Nothing I fear could or would happen is worse than the regret I will feel if I do nothing. I…Continue
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Now as a lot of you may know, I’m a transparent kind of guy, so I’ll be completely honest with you. My wife is an amazing woman! And being in the business of changing lives, yes, I am in absolute love with the work I do. But I love my wife too!
Business is great, and it has been a steady climb for the…Continue
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He was circling the indoor track. He was moving slow, but steady. I’m not sure how old he was…I would estimate about 80 years old.
One time when he went by the weight rack where I was, I spoke to him. I can’t remember what I said…probably one of my silly standard sayings like ‘You better slow down…
So far we have discussed two blogging models that you can use. By models I am referring to strategy. Regardless of which strategy you choose there is no easy road. Any program or software that tells you that you can create a $10,000 month income in your first 90 days of blogging is a flat out lie. There are many people online who are professional sellers of information but all they sell is a dream. I have been there and bought into some of the dreams. Things did not start working for me…Continue
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I've been doing a lot of research on couples and money for my upcoming webinar, "For Love or Money." After six years of doing financial coaching, I have discovered some key ingredients for "Financial Harmony" in a marriage.…Continue
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Check out this link, I thought it would be cool to share it here:
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I was just blessed with passing my CPA and I want to start consulting/side business. I am looking to help other firms with anything accounting based. I have reached out to local firms to see if I can fill some heavy season gaps, but I am not getting any responses. If any other CPA's are on here, I would love to chat via this forum on ideas to expand myself into my passion "Accounting".
Does the advice, "you have to sell yourself", make your stomach flip a little? Or perhaps you think of an old salesman stereotype that is the opposite of who you are and the word "sales" doesn't approach anything you've done in your work experience-to-date.
Relax. I'm going to help you out.
I've spent my entire career on the sales side of the house, working in medium to large businesses. I was once hired by a large manufacturing company that had a small…Continue
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We all love a good story. The good guy, the bad guy, the damsel in distress. Will they fall in love, or not. Is he reunited with his family?
Can we all agree on what makes a good ending? My wife and I sure can't. I like stories that don't really end. We saw "Inception" last year and I loved the…
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It’s a crazy time in the real estate market these days. Should I sell? Should I buy? How do I sell my house? What is my house worth?
These are some of the questions I tackle in this episode along with how to separate yourself in the employment field.
How do you make…Continue
Added by GREGG PECHMANN on February 15, 2011 at 3:29am — No Comments
You spend the majority of your working hours on earth at work and God only give you so many days on this earth until you reach you final destination ( I hope that’s heaven if you have accepted Jesus are your Lord).
In my field I spend 8-10-12 hours a day sometime to 02am in the morning. It is important that you enjoy what you do with a level of God given peace.
Btw.... having a peace and joy of the work that you do will be the one of the best witnessing tool in your…Continue
Added by Jay P. Hayes on February 14, 2011 at 4:54pm — No Comments
"A man is not rightly conditioned until he is a happy, healthy, and prosperous being; and happiness, health, and prosperity are the result of a harmonious adjustment of the inner with the outer of the man with his surroundings."
- James Allen
I feel that this area is much overlooked by many as being healthy and that is our mental health. When we are at peace with the world and there is joy in our hearts then…
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