Member Blogs: Personal Development

Goal Setting with a Purpose

What separates the top 5 percent of successful people from the rest is having measurable, achievable goals? This article talks about how to go about setting goals to be successful. Determine a Goal Worth Trading Your Life For So set Big Goals that can really impact your life. Find goals that excite you, but be…
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How to read personal development books?

The simple answer is: actively. Look, why do you read them in the first place? Those books can be really engaging, but it’s not the point. I read a lot of novels and 80% of them are more engaging than any given PD book. So if you look for entertainment, I would rather recommend a…
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What I read, what I learned

7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey I’ve read it second time and forgot 95% of it again. I’m no CEO to use management tactics. Buut, oh buuut, I wrote my personal mission statement inspired by this book. It’s a great starting point of my progress journey. The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy…
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Excellent & Well-Developed Decision-Making Skills Are……

Excellent & well-developed decision-making skills are highly important for CEOs and other top Executives. There is a cost-benefits analysis in your decision making and sometimes it’s good to narrow your options to help you improve on your decision-making skills. It’s important to weigh the pros and the cons of a situation to help you improve…
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The Best Tool for Self-Improvement

I am an avid reader of self-improvement books. Most people in the online marketing world know the self-help classics: Think and grow rich Awaken the giant within The magic of thinking big How to make friends and influence people to name but a few. If you’re like me, you’ve read them all, and you still…
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Dealing with Resistance

Well hopefully now you are still excited about the new year. In this post I wanted to equip you with tools and techniques to help you sustain momentum for the whole year. If you have not yet written down your goals for 2013 then please revisit the article on SMART goals. Sources of Resistance There are…
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Beyond the 12 Steps – The Slight Edge as an Recovery Tool

Beyond the 12 Steps: Breaking Free from Addiction with the Slight Edge by Paul M   What is the Slight Edge?   The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines Into Massive Success, is a fantastic book written by Jeff Olsen, an expert in the field of personal development. This book is a great investment of your money and…
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