Personal Growth

How to Overcome Self Limiting Beliefs Self-confidence plays an important role in success.  This is especially true when it comes to an online business.  You often face a lot of challenges.  And often the only thing that gets you through these moments is the belief that you will succeed.

Truth is your mindset can make or break what you do online.  It’s been my experience that most people have the potential to make a full-time income.  But they allow “self limiting beliefs” to hold them back. [click to continue…]

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(This article is a guest post by my brother Gene.  Gene has been working with me behind the scenes and on his own internet business for over a year now)

Failure.

That is a word that most people dread.  Everyone wants to be a success.  We want to be liked and admired.

But that dreaded “F” word always pops up. Failure.  This experience is strong enough to make you want to quit and start a new life.

Having an internet business is no different. [click to continue…]

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Motivation has been on my mind a lot this week.  Why do we do the things we do.  What tools and tricks can we use to motivate ourselves to get things done.Motivation: What it takes to succeed

This week we had a great guest post by Danny about the topic of motivation and eliminating the mindset that holds us back.

-Check out some great articles Danny has about viral marketing this week:

Talking about motivation is nothing new here. I have written a  few articles about motivation and getting things done over the past year.  I think that understanding what motivates us is key.

Everyone should understand the things that drive them to succeed, or as Peter puts it, the things that get you motivated each day.

To be successful with the “Internet Lifestyle” there is a lot of work that has to be done.  Whether your approach to it is more from an affiliate marketer angle or as a blogger. [click to continue…]

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You’ve probably heard me mention I’ve been a distance runner for 20+ years.  At one point I was pretty competitive and used to train really hard.

One of my regular workouts was pretty straightforward:  12 x 400 meters (aka: “quarters”) with a slow jog of 200 meters between each. [click to continue…]

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How to Start a New Life“How to Start a New Life”

That’s a question that many people want to know.

In this post, I’ll reveal a few simple ways to begin a new life. 

The fact is many people desperately need to escape from their present existence. [click to continue…]

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Since becoming an adult I’ve met people that are completely happy with themselves and others that seem uncomfortable in their own bodies. I think that most of us fall somewhere in the middle, but I’m going to warn you that it’s easy to look for happiness in the wrong places.

Money makes some people pretty happy, at least temporarily. If you’re an unhappy person, though, the novelty of what you’ve bought will eventually wear off and you’ll start feeling miserable again.  Losing weight can definitely make you feel better too, but being thinner doesn’t necessarily translate into instant happiness. You probably get my point so I won’t bother to provide any more examples, but I am going to offer some tricks I’ve picked up on how to be happy with yourself.

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How to Create a Personal Development Plan

October 26, 2010

It’s funny to think that the majority of teenagers have personal development plans—even if their main goal is to finish school, it’s still a plan in my book—but most adults do not. Do you know what you want to do with your life? Do you know where you’re headed? Not really? Then figuring out how to create a personal development plan is right up your alley.

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How to Skyrocket Your Self-Motivation and Get Things Done!

October 25, 2010

Today, I’d like to talk about different techniques for self-motivation. These are all tricks I personally use to get a lot of things done in my life. I’m not an expert in this area, but deep inside I’m a lazy person. So I guess they do work because I’ve managed to Forrest Gump my way to success. With that said, let’s talk about how to skyrocket your self-motivation…

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Learn from Your Mistakes

October 23, 2010

As far as I can tell, no one likes making mistakes. We don’t like admitting that we were wrong and we don’t like feeling self-conscious. Some mistakes are a little bit embarrassing, like accidentally calling a friend’s new wife by his ex-wife’s name and some mistakes are physically painful, like falling down a flight of [...]

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Let Zero Based Thinking Improve Your Life

September 21, 2010

Now that I’m nearing the end of my travels, I’ve started to think about the life I’ll be picking up when I return home to New Jersey. I plan on putting as much effort into my personal life as I do for my business and travels. I’ve had a lot of time to think over here, and a lot of things frustrated me. If you’re also feeling frustrated with your life, look into something called zero based thinking—it’s what I’m planning to use to improve myself.

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All Sleazy Self-Help Gurus Must Die

September 14, 2010

Okay the title of this post might be a little shocking. I don’t actually think all self-help gurus should die – Well, maybe just the ones who prey on people’s gullibility and use it for their own gain. Here’s what I mean…

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Building Your Self Esteem is a Key to Success

September 11, 2010

Some of the happiest, most successful people I know also have the highest self esteem. It’s almost as if the way they feel about themselves coincides with their general outlook on life. In general, people with healthy levels of self esteem are usually able to follow through with their plans, meet their goals and face [...]

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