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How To Identify Self-Sabotaging Patterns and Destroy Them For Good

ShareAre you sabotaging your own success? Here are some tell-tale signs that you might be: Do you sometimes jump into a project or enterprise before fully comprehending what you need to do? Have you ever undertaken a task that you know you will probably abandon as soon as something more interesting comes along? Do you

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How to Avoid Self-Sabotage

ShareIt has been over 50,000 since human beings lived in caves.  All those years ago, life was pretty much about survival – each morning our ancestors would emerge from their caves and scan the horizon for imminent danger.   Although things have changed a lot in our external environment in the last few thousand years,

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Are You Trying To Make the EASY Way Look Hard?

ShareWhat if I told you that YOU are you’re own worst enemy?  Would you be offended or would you smile and agree, because you know it’s true.  It’s true for ALL of us. You can tell a lot about a business person by the way they spend their time. We all spend our time in

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8 Ways Business Owners Sabotage Their Success & What You Can Do About It

ShareAs a business owner, I’ll bet you’re incredibly busy and find that there never seems to be enough hours in the day to complete all your work. Have you ever noticed that some of your everyday activities are just deeply ingrained habits – driving your car, putting on your watch, brushing your teeth or taking

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Is There Such Thing As A Natural Born Optimist?

ShareFirst let’s get one thing straight – happiness and optimism are not the same thing.  Happiness is an emotion, a feeling, a state of mind that can be changed in an instant. Optimism is something quite different – it is a belief about the future. Optimists trust that the future will be mostly good –

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Is Optimism Killing Your Business or Career?

Share“The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” William Arthur Ward I was reminded of this brilliant principle last week when I spoke to one of my business coaching clients. We are living in interesting times…. the global financial crisis has impacted overall spending and consumer

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In 2009, your fate is in excellent hands…..YOUR OWN

ShareLife isn’t always easy – there can be no question about that. It’s unpredictable and it’s often hard to make sense of what happens. Some of the events in our journey end up being nothing more than minor irritants, while others are more like being hit by a Mack truck at 200 kph. Regardless –

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You Get The Life You Deserve

ShareI have been fortunate to discover that there is a reason for all things – even those that are senseless and incomprehensible – and that we have to somehow learn to trust that there is a bigger picture that perhaps we, as mere human beings, can never truly understand. The most beautiful expression of this

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Why Flying More Frequently is The Only Cure For A Travel Phobia

ShareMany people ask me whether travel phobias – fear of flying, boating, automobile travel etc. – are justified or irrational. I would be hard pressed to think of a single travel-related phobia that is “justified” per se.  If a person has been in a serious car/plane accident and is therefore, afraid to return to that

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WARNING: Is “Procrassination” Killing Your Business/Career?

ShareA couple of days ago on Facebook and Twitter, I coined a new word “procrassination” – the untimely death of your business/career due to your inability to take decisive action now! The response from followers was overwhelming.  Apparently, it struck a chord with many… Do you often put off your most important tasks until later,

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