Posts Tagged:Personal development

How to Avoid Complacency Made Easy

  Remember the time when you felt that fire in your belly on your way to achieving a goal? That goal could have been anything from career advancement to project execution to a sports championship. You would spend each day with the same level of excitement, commitment, and motivation. As with every major goal, the…

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‘Change’ is not a dirty word!

Do you fear change in your life?  Do you go out of your way to keep the ‘status quo’ because you are content with how things are?  If the answers to these questions are ‘Yes’ then you need to think about what you are missing out on!  You are probably missing out on opportunities that…

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Positive Attitude Motivational Tips

“The difference between can and cannot is only three letters. Three letters that determine your life’s direction.” ~ Anonymous It’s not easy to maintain a positive frame of mind, especially when it comes to money. No matter what stage of life you may be at (at the beginning of our career, the end or in…

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Overcoming Obstacles

Eric Bailey is a man who knows about having obstacles in life.  Now a global success, entrepreneur and businessman he never forgets what he had to overcome to escape the harsh poverty he faced as a child on the streets of South Central Los Angeles. In fact, he now spends his time travelling Australia and…

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Your Life’s Transition – How to Deal Better Than Ever

Do you feel the rumble? Sometimes, just when we think we have life figured out, a ‘life-earthquake’ happens. We experience something in life that shakes up what we know. We graduate from high school and prepare for college; we lose a loved one; we relocate to a new city for our career or we get…

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5 Reasons Personal Development is Essential

There has been a lot of talk about personal development in recent years and for good reason.  The world is changing faster and faster every day.  Right now there is a real trend in which people seem to be moving away from traditional jobs and moving into self-employment.  Twenty years ago, you were lucky to…

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