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The Moment When You Have No Other Option But To Succeed

9 August, 2016 | Self Development

What would you do if you found out that you only had 3 and a half more months to live? Only 3 and a half. Would you still wake up early to go to work every day? Would you spend your weekends watching marathons of TV shows? Or would you spend every single day left complaining about how unfair your life has been? Continue reading


5 Things (Good and Bad) We Have Today That We Didn’t Have In The Past

5 August, 2016 | Self Development

Times have changed. We live in a world that many in the past, could have never dreamed of. But this is both a good and troubling thing. I would like to talk about some of the things we have to day that we never had before… and how they affect our lives. Continue reading


4 Excuses Achievers Never Subscribe To

28 June, 2016 | Self Development

Who is an achiever? A person that get’s things done. That’s it. Achievers live in only two very clear to understand states. The first is “before task started”. The second is “after task completed”. Those who are not achievers dwell in an intermediate state between the two. That state is called “excuses”. Continue reading


5 Habits To Help You Get Into The Winning Life

2 June, 2016 | Self Development

I’m completely convinced that success is a habit. Many believe that it’s something you arrive at after putting in significant effort in accomplishing a goal/dream. Actually, it’s the effort itself. Can you arrive at success without effort? Then the formula can be broken down to success equals effort. And what is effort? It is action, work or habit. Continue reading


If We Are Related, We Shall Meet

29 April, 2016 | Self Development

The closing words from probably the greatest book I have ever read and probably will ever read. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. Also part of a longer quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Continue reading


Motivation Doesn’t Always Work, But Discipline Does

23 April, 2016 | Self Development

At first, I used to believe that motivation was a key factor in helping men and women succeed in their quest to achieve grand goals. But after careful research I realized that motivation isn’t really a major factor of success for many that have achieved greatness. Instead, the key to long lasting achievement and fulfillment lies in discipline. Continue reading


12 Steps To The Life You Want

7 April, 2016 | Self Development

Deciding to pursue your ideal life is one thing. Beginning to pursue it, is something else entirely. It’s not going to be easy getting to the life of our dreams. But as long as we keep in mind that the rewards at the end always out-weigh the challenges in the beginning, we should keep our strive alive. Here are some steps I make myself practice and that could help you get closer to the life you want. Continue reading


Wanting To Become Successful Is Not Enough

18 March, 2016 | Self Development

The desire to succeed exists in everyone with a dream or goal to accomplish. However, like many factors that lead to success, desire alone won’t lead to victory. To achieve your grand goals, you must not only work on them, but you must live a life all about them. Continue reading


3 Ways To Stop Yourself From Quitting On Your Dreams

6 March, 2016 | Self Development

3 Ways To Stop Yourself From Quitting On Your Dreams

You and I both know just how difficult it is to pursue our dreams. Plus it often seems like it’s a never ending struggle. One day you wake up feeling very motivated and pumped to make progress. Another day, you wish you didn’t have to get out of bed at all. Eventually, many of us quit. This is unacceptable. It’s time to put more effort into adopting strategies that prevent us from quitting on what matters most. Continue reading


Success Trade Offs – Getting Rid Of What Holds You Back, To Gain What Takes You Forward

1 November, 2015 | Self Development

What if I told that the price you would have to pay to succeed, is actually a reasonable one. Sounds too good to be true? It really isn’t. In fact the problem isn’t the price. The problem is really whether you are ready and willing to pay it. Continue reading


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