The Secret To Quickly Moving From ‘Good to Great’

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  • 15th April 2010

This article revolves around a single yet very powerful question I have to ask you:

Do you want your life to be ‘good’…or do you want it to be ‘great’?

Simple enough question. And yet, how you answer will dictate the kind of experiences you have in the very near future.

Let me explain. For the past week, I’ve been listening to Jim Collins’ book, “Good To Great” on 6 CDs. I’ve already listened to the first half of the book twice and I’ll probably play it another 4 times before I’m done with it (when you want to learn something new, use the power of repetition to saturate your consciousness with that new information).

There’s too much ‘good’ and … Read the rest

Craving Freedom Beyond Steady Employment

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  • 15th April 2010

Society has set you up with steady employment, perhaps some health insurance and a handful of vacation days if you’re lucky. You go to work, put in your time, and get your pay. Go to work, put in your time, and get your pay. But is this really insurance against poverty? Absolutely not. It puts a roof over your head and that’s something to be grateful for. But it’s living and surviving. It’s certainly not insurance against poverty; it’s certainly not a permanent cure.

Something more than employment and environment is necessary. There are so many stories of men and women who’ve started out in life with everything they could possibly want, only to one day find themselves out of … Read the rest

Make Money Online with the Power of Inner Vision

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  • 15th April 2010

Halfway through the call, the hair on my hand suddenly stood at complete attention.

With a mysterious certainty, I said to Kathy, “We’ve done this before.”

“What do you mean?”

“I mean WE’VE DONE THIS BEFORE!  Everything we’re talking about right now? I remember us talking about a while ago. It’s all coming true.”

Kathy went silent. I could tell she was processing what was going on because up until a moment ago, we seemed to be having an ‘ordinary’ conversation.

But as Dan Millman intimates, “there are no ordinary moments.”

You see, Kathy has been blind since she was 2 years old. She’s a new client of mine and I’m teaching her how to make money online.

Thirty minutes … Read the rest