This past year, I decided to stop believing in the super-natural and finally started believing in myself! Wow! What a tremendous freedom I feel today, because of it. I used to believe, that "someone or something else" controlled my life. Even though I always had dreams, hopes, visions, and goals of "one day" being very successful in real estate, I constantly sabotaged all those "thoughts" with "if it's His will" or "if it's meant to be" or "His purpose" or "being content with what I had"… Continue
Added by Joe Rivera on December 29, 2009 at 1:29pm —
I received this letter from Google last week. If you're not using this marketing strategy you're really missing out. Visit google.com/localbusinesscenter. It's will take about 10 minutes to get listed and it's free.
The reason that most people are financially struggling today is because
they have no respect for money. They get a job that they hate and stay
there.They hold onto these jobs for dear life praying that they do not get
laid-off or fired. And when you suggest they find something they love to
do and make money out of it, they get defensive.
You see, most people associate money with work. Work in my opinion
is doing something that you don't like to do and don't… Continue
Added by Don Lee on December 28, 2009 at 4:03pm —
One of my CEO leadership coaching clients knows that for her company to thrive her organization will need to become more innovative and embrace green technology. I am consulting with the company senior leadership team to develop a more sustainable business strategy. They are currently evaluating several green business scenarios.
The CEO knows that thriving in the future depends on employees and leadership collaborating in creating a… Continue
If you have ever gone to see a motivational speaker, you know when you came out of the venue that you were excited. You were going to quit smoking, lose weight, sell real estate or save money. In the course of ninety minutes, this powerful speaker managed to make you question your faith, your political affiliations, your stance on every major political platform and your own self conception. Regardless of the topic on which he or she is speaking, a good motivational speaker is one that knows how… Continue
Added by Julia Wojdacz on December 27, 2009 at 3:37pm —
A friend of mine makes wonderful homemade soap. If you like natural products then you know that just about everyone seems to be making their own brand and to selling it. Most of them will make less than $1,000 for their hard work over the next 12 months.
So a package shows up to my house with this soap and my wife, Christine, loves it. It got me thinking, what would it take for people to talk about soap?
It's an average product and most people use it (or… Continue
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One of my forward thinking CEO leadership coaching clients knows that for his company to thrive his organization will need to become more creative and green. I am consulting with the company executive team to develop a more innovative business strategy. They are currently evaluating several green business initiatives.
The CEO knows that thriving in the future depends on employees and leadership collaborating in creating and then… Continue
If you haven't read the book "Crush It" yet you need to. Gary Vaynerchuk started the Wine Library four years ago and built it into a $64 million dollar business using social media and connecting with his audience. In the book Crush It he talks about how you have to be willing to "bleed out you eye's," quoted from his speech the other day, to succeed.
I went to Gary's book signing in Atlanta on Monday and stayed for his question and answer session. I had to oportunity to ask how his… Continue
Added by Kevin Metzger on December 16, 2009 at 2:11pm —
Creating Innovative Green Companies – Green Recovery
One of my very smart CEO leadership coaching clients knows that for his company to thrive his organization will need to become more innovative and green. I am consulting with the company executive team to develop a more innovative business strategy. They are currently evaluating several green business initiatives.
The CEO knows that thriving in the future depends on employees and leadership co-creating and… Continue
Do you ever see people that look like the picture on their driver's license? It's horrible. They look like they just got out of bed, haven't eaten breakfast, and are in a horrible mood. You don't want to be the unlucky one to cross paths with them.
You may be having a bad day but unless you want it to improve, pretend it's a good day. I'm not trying to tell you to keep your feelings inside; that can be dangerous.
We started our first official wrestling practice last night. I'm one of the
assistant youth wrestling coaches for burlington city. The practice turned
out real nice. Some of the kids returned from last season, two new coaches
were added to the line-up this year, and we only have six matches this
We basically went over the basics, I.E. double leg take-downs, single leg
take-downs, duck unders, hand fighting, and changing levels. we had to
split the… Continue
Added by Don Lee on December 9, 2009 at 2:03pm —
Little Cameras with Little Price Tags Offer Big Results!
With a slew of teenie, tech-friendly pocket video cameras flooding the market, there’s really no excuse not to own a minicam anymore. Led by the Flip Video camera, the current generation of portable pocket cams are affordable, convenient and a breeze to use – not to mention their surprisingly great video quality. (All the the cameras listed below are High Definition) Here’s a quick look at what you can expect to… Continue
Added by Lou Bortone on December 8, 2009 at 8:56am —
One of my CEO leadership coaching clients realizes that to thrive and overcome competitive pressures from companies that have more resources, they will have to become more eco-friendly and create a sustainable new business strategy. I am consulting with the company executive team to develop a more innovative business strategy which they plan on implementing in the New Year. They are currently evaluating several green business… Continue
I just had dinner w/a new friend last night. Through the course of our conversation, he mentioned that I "stand out." All false modesty aside, he isn't the first to make such a comment. Others have said that I "glitter" and a priest at a retreat at which I served said, "I can see that God delights in you."
Although I thought/think that I have a healthy ego, I just haven't seen it in myself, or actualized it yet. I am the forest *and* the trees.
Dancing tango is life long journey. Tango is the dance of the people, you don't need to be an elite athlete or even especially fit. They say "if you can walk you can dance" this is the truth of the Argentine tango.
The graceful art of tango has captured many people from all walks of life from all over the world - it is not limited to Aftermidnight Argentinians. I live in Australia and there is good tango scene here despite the small population and huge distances.
1. Have an effective web or blog site and exposure on social media. Today most people at least research online before buying, if not, buy online. You can do a site your self or hire a designer. Effective does not have to be expensive. Just spend a little time learning about the technologies and decide if you want to do it your self. Either way be sure to use:
a custom URL
a email address with your URL e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org and a custom email…