Monthly Archives: January 2015

Be Mad, Don’t Get Mad

So your month started like last month ended…or ended opposite of how it started, huh? I know, you started the month off vowing to go back to the basics, but now it seems as though you’re the only one not selling anything.  Here’s my advice to you: Be mad, but don’t get mad.  Be mad at […]

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Give Sound bites, Not Insight

 Have you ever noticed that all head football coaches seem to say the same thing at a press conference? When boiled down, they invariably say something like “They’re a good team; we have our work cutout for us; we’ll be ready to play.”  That’s it! It makes you wonder why there are press conferences anyway-they […]

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Your Autosuggestion Has A Virus

If you’ve ever sent a text message or an email from your smart-phone, chances are you’ve had a run in (or 10) with the power of Autosuggestion. In an effort to save you time in today’s hectic pace, computer programmers have programmed your phone to anticipate what you are about to say. Unfortunately, the programmed suggestion […]

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(Video) Be Dyslexic In Your Goal Setting: It was a German philosopher Frederick Nietzsche who said, “Many are stubborn in the pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in the pursuit of a goal.” The reason why you on accomplishing your goals is because you’re in flexible in your path, yet flexible when your goals. […]

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