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Who deserves the credit for your successes? If you said, “I do,” you may be mostly right. We all must make our own choices and reap the results of those choices. However, I say you’re mostly right because no one succeeds in a vacuum. I believe that all successful people owe a debt of gratitude …

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If I Were President

Five best-selling authors, Speaker Hall of Fame recipients, internationally-acclaimed business consultants and best buddies give their insights on business and life.

From Randy Pennington:

Most of my priorities align with others you have read here and for basically the same reasons. The majority of our problems will take care of themselves when we fix …

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This accountable person’s Bill of 39 Rights is a guest blog post by John G. Miller of QBQ, Inc. I highly recommend reading it, and perhaps, taking it to heart. I reserve the right to choose my words carefully, taking responsibility for each of them. I reserve the right to worry less about how others …

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Content Curated From: : Nick Vujicic – Life Without Limbs

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I have lots of things going in my life, and at times they become a jumble and I have trouble sorting them out in my mind. The result is that I often end up feeling overwhelmed and not knowing which to tackle first. When this happens I realize that I’m so into my head and …

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Do you want your child to be successful? Then you might have to learn how to let them fail. Follow this guide to strike the right balance and help your child become more resilient and better prepared for adulthood.

Parents sometimes fall into the trap of choreographing their child’s success.

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When we consider using teleseminars and webinars, we’re usually looking at the way they can vastly increase our income, enhance our lifestyle, and even improve the learning experience for our students and clients.

But there’s another impact that you can also feel really good about.

By expanding your reach and educating others about the value …

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If you’re like me, whenever you decide to try something new or consider a leap of faith, your inner critic pipes up with a hundred reasons why things might not work out. This is known as FEAR, and it’s important to understand how fear works in order to overcome it.

If you’re like me, whenever …

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Five best-selling authors, Speaker Hall of Fame recipients, internationally-acclaimed business consultants and best buddies give their insights on business and life.

From Randy Pennington:

Most of my priorities align with others you have read here and for basically the same reasons. The majority of our problems will take care of themselves when we fix education, the economy, …

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What do you say to honor a man whose work has changed millions of lives? A man who is one of the most respected, listened to and beloved people on the planet?

The truth is, there’s nothing I could say that would capture the full truth of what Bob Proctor has brought to this world.

So I’ll …

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Take advantage of the season and trade in an hour at your local studio for a rejuvenating outdoor yoga session. Here’s how to make the most of yoga outdoors.

Summer is here, bringing with it long, warm days and an outdoor environment bursting with birds, bees, plants, and trees.

Jennifer Partridge

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I hope you watch this video more than once because it contains many important points about the relationship between success and failure.

Many people are afraid to fail or are embarrassed by their failures. While I certainly don’t dwell on mine (or my successes for that matter), I am happy that I’ve had many failures in …

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