All Blog Posts Tagged 'success' (436)

Group Leader
9 Lessons on Finances & Success from King Solomon

King Solomon is generally considered to be one of the wealthiest men who ever lived.  By some estimates, he may have been worth as much as 2 Trillion dollars.  Yep, that’s…


Added by Dr. Jason Cabler on October 8, 2015 at 7:41am — No Comments

Remember all those old friends you love? Do you have those in your business?

Humans are social animals. Whether you think of yourself as one in a gaggle of geese or one in a pride of lions, we all want to be part of something and belong.

Businesses, because they are made up of people, are the same way. It’s the connections and relationships that really breed success and growth.

If you look at leaders in successful organizations, they are friends with other successful people. Their success was not achieved by…


Added by Jack Klemeyer on October 7, 2015 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Approach with caution…

Ooooohhhhh. Sales.

For most people, that makes the pulse race and the heart pound. Whether because of fear or the thrill of sales, selling is emotional.

I say, if you think you hate selling, don’t let that emotion become a deterrent in your quest for success. “Ha!” you say. “Easier said than done.”

What if I told you it could all change for you with the change of one little bit of perspective. Well, maybe it won’t all…


Added by Jack Klemeyer on October 1, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments

Three Places You Will Find Success

The starting point of all achievement is desire. | Napoleon Hill

People have different definitions of success. The dictionary defines it as the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. I don't think I've ever met anyone who admitted to not wanting to achieve success. I have, however, met a lot of people who didn't know how to find it. So, here are three places…


Added by Terry Hadaway on September 30, 2015 at 8:08am — 5 Comments

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Added by Cheryl L Shipp on September 14, 2015 at 10:52am — 2 Comments

Three Things Einstein Would Have Said to Me

Albert Einstein didn't view himself as a genius; he did, however, acknowledge his inquisitive persistence. Einstein stuck with problems long after other people gave up. He found solutions because he viewed failure as progress and the skepticism of others as encouragement. He asked a lot of questions even when asking those questions agitated his superiors. He gathered a lot of information, but he didn't stop there.…


Added by Terry Hadaway on September 9, 2015 at 8:58am — 9 Comments

Group Leader
Failure or Education?

I recently talked to a lady who, in tears, told me she felt like such a failure because she was in a conference and felt overwhelmed and not ready to do what was being asked of her.  I told her that IF her only take away from this conference was that she learned more about herself, what is holding her back and what she needs to do to move forward...when she is ready...the money and time spent attending was well worth it.  Dan and I have seen that over and over again.  When people come to one…


Added by Joanne Miller on August 26, 2015 at 7:26am — 5 Comments

How to be a dragon Slayer and Claim Your Freedom


Added by Robert de Brus on August 4, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments

Happy Thursday! Today's Hope Note :-)

Added by Cheryl L Shipp on July 30, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments

7 Things that Confirm You Are Doing What You Love

Note - The full article of the snippet below was just released at Get Motivation. Click here for more... …


Added by Robert de Brus on July 28, 2015 at 7:32pm — 4 Comments

Avoid These 3 Mistakes as a New Entrepreneur

I made the same mistakes as many new entrepreneurs when I started my business. Even though I was warned by mentors and I knew better, I still somehow let myself get too wrapped up in the details instead of growing my audience and client base.

Avoid the…


Added by Angela Chatham on July 28, 2015 at 10:30am — 2 Comments

Happy Tuesday! Today's Hope Note :-)

Find resources to overcome doubt and fear at:…


Added by Cheryl L Shipp on July 28, 2015 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

Group Leader
4 Secrets to Creating Positive Energy

I was recently coaching a client who was beginning two new part-time jobs. Her biggest worry was being overwhelmed and stressed out with the new paperwork procedures that she would need to learn.  Here's what she didn't realize; she was generating lots of negative energy by her perspective on the…


Added by Lynne Watts on July 27, 2015 at 10:00am — 5 Comments

Will the Creator give you inside information ... secrets to help you succeed?

Will the Creator show you secrets which can add tremendous value to others and benefit yourself too?

Pretty audacious to think about!

George Washington Carver was audacious enough to ask for secrets from on High ... and his life and work revolutionized the Southern economy when America needed it the most.

Can we experience the art of what’s extraordinarily possible today?…


Added by Brian Del Turco on July 17, 2015 at 7:00am — 2 Comments

Keys to Effective Student Leadership: Leading Based on Your Personality Type

Hard to believe, but here in Arizona school is almost back in session.

If you know me, you know when I received my True Colors certification I was (and still am) giddy with excitement.

But you may not know: I’m also certified to facilitate: Keys to Effective Student…


Added by Bob Wilson on July 9, 2015 at 11:13pm — No Comments

What "Goal Zone" Are You In?

Goals are worth setting at any time of the year. When you are ready to change or do something new, why wait? But, how do you know that what you seek is actually obtainable and not setting you up for failure?

There are no guarantees in life, and everything you try might not work. However, this should not discourage or keep you from setting the bar high when creating your goals. Until you try something and give it your all, you do not know what you can accomplish. You can probably do…


Added by Angela Chatham on June 22, 2015 at 9:19pm — 6 Comments

Happy Thursday! Today's Hope Note :-)

Added by Cheryl L Shipp on June 18, 2015 at 9:04am — 3 Comments


“Sometimes you’re the windshield, sometimes you’re the bug.”

the bug

That line in a Mary Chapin Carpenter song is one of many truisms including “Sometimes you’re the Louisville Slugger, sometimes you’re the ball.”…


Added by Kathy on June 10, 2015 at 6:36am — 6 Comments

Eight Good Habits You Should Develop

Pеrѕоnаl dеvеlорmеnt inсludеѕ activities that imрrоvе аwаrеnеѕѕ and idеntitу, develop talents аnd роtеntiаl, build humаn сарitаl and facilitate еmрlоуаbilitу, еnhаnсе quality оf lifе аnd contribute to the realization of drеаmѕ аnd аѕрirаtiоnѕ. The соnсерt is nоt limited tо ѕеlf-hеlр but inсludеѕ formal аnd infоrmаl асtivitiеѕ for dеvеlорing others in rоlеѕ such as tеасhеr, guidе, соunѕеlоr, manager, life coach or mentor.

Here are 8 habits that supports personal…


Added by Angela Chatham on May 30, 2015 at 12:11pm — 6 Comments

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