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Beware of Those That Criticize Management

by Grant Cardone on August 10, 2007 | Articles
Beware of Those That Criticize Management

There was once a young man who was gifted with the ability to speak, persuade and move people. Rather than using his gifts to improve conditions around him he used his gifts to criticize what others had done or not done.

Food For Thought

by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman on August 10, 2007 | Articles
Food For Thought

We are creatures of conversation, constantly communicating. Less obvious, but equally important is our internal conversation within ourselves. We just keep talking, whether someone else is there or not. We can learn to recognize and be aware of these conversations and thereby learn to pay better attention to important tasks.

Time And You

by Jesse Wade on July 29, 2007 | Articles

Most of us never even consider the fact that every second we waste is gone forever…shot, dead, never more to be lived in again. We are all guilty at one time or another, of complaining that we do not have the time to do something. However, when we really give it some true and deep thought, we soon realize that time is not the problem.

Sales is Miracle Cure to Sick Economy

by Grant Cardone on April 6, 2007 | Articles
Sales is Miracle Cure to Sick Economy

A sick economy is like flu season, take extra care not to get sick. If you see others getting sick stay away from them, avoid doing what they do or where they go to get sick. If you do get sick, first get well and get yourself in a condition so that you don’t relapse.

Discipline, the Path to Freedom

by Joel Weldon on November 7, 2006 | Articles
Discipline, the Path to Freedom

What does the word “discipline” mean? It means freedom! It’s not putting yourself in a box; it’s putting yourself on top of the box, giving yourself a structure that can support you. The box is not a trap, a confinement, or a prison cell. It’s a platform, a solid step that affords you a higher vantage point from which to view your possibilities.

Feelings

by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman on August 17, 2006 | Articles
Feelings

If there’s one part of our experience that we view as sacrosanct, it’s our feelings. While thoughts and behavior, the other two parts of the golden trilogy that composes our “selves” are as important, it’s our feelings that we’re closest to. Why else would so much of psychotherapy focus on them?

Say “I Do” to Growth and Improvement

by Joel Weldon on May 29, 2006 | Articles
Say

Any good marriage should be held together by the warm, powerful, attraction that binds a man and a woman who are growing and improving as individuals.

Olympic Effort

by Bill Mansell on September 15, 2004 | Articles
Olympic Effort

Olympic medals are simply a result of preparation and perseverance. The magic of the Olympics is that it showcases thousands of athletes who have spent untold years of consistent, dedicated effort. Too many of us quit at the first sign of resistance. The message of the Olympics is that we cannot afford to give up so easily.

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