Attitude

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Clean your Filters

by Bill Mansell on October 21, 2009 | One Minute Motivators
Clean your Filters

This week, as the weather turned colder and autumn leaves began to fall in my neighborhood, my thoughts have turned to winterizing our home.

Words

by Bill Mansell on September 23, 2009 | Articles
Words

Words can change everything—from our emotions and perceptions, to our actions. Word choice can help you communicate effectively, or not. If we pay attention to the words we use, it will make a big difference in our attitude and our ability to communicate effectively.

Positive Expectation

by Bill Mansell on September 1, 2009 | One Minute Motivators

In our family, we try to teach positive thinking, especially when it pertains to school and homework. So, when my 11-year-old son came home from his first day of 6th grade, I was excited to hear his evaluation.

Motivated to Action

by Bill Mansell on August 18, 2009 | Articles
Motivated to Action

Have you ever had a time in your life when you just couldn’t get motivated? You knew what you wanted to do, you had the desire, but you just couldn’t get motivated to take the first step. When your get-up-and-go has gone and you find it difficult to get motivated to take action, consider this — you may be going about it all wrong.

The Arithmetic of Positive Belief

by Bill Mansell on July 29, 2009 | Articles
The Arithmetic of Positive Belief

When we have a positive belief that something CAN be achieved, we unleash all of our creative ability and energy towards discovering solutions to make it happen. If setbacks, challenges or discouragement come our way, as they always do, our positive belief keeps us on track and encourages us to put forth maximum effort. It is those who keep going, who keep trying, who dream and create and work and believe, who eventually achieve

Taking Control

by Bill Mansell on June 9, 2009 | One Minute Motivators
Taking Control

Much of our frustration in life stems from the following reality: there are things we THINK we CAN control, that we cannot.

The Refining Process

by Bill Mansell on June 8, 2009 | Articles
The Refining Process

Just as a river smooths and refines jagged rocks into smooth stones, our challenges and life struggles act like sand paper, smoothing our weaknesses, honing our skills, and polishing our personality until we are transformed into something better than we could ever have become on our own.

Ready, Aim, Focus!

by Amy Dougherty on April 18, 2009 | Articles
Ready, Aim, Focus!

Accepting our inner beauty when paired with imperfection.

Integrity, Who… ME?

by Amy Dougherty on March 5, 2009 | Articles
Integrity, Who... ME?

Integrity is a buzz word in lots of business communities at the moment. Where does integrity begin and end? The boundaries are larger than you think!

How is YOUR Economy?

by Bill Mansell on October 28, 2008 | Articles
How is YOUR Economy?

How is your personal economy doing? The national economy, as important as it is to our country’s well being, is not the deciding factor in determining your success. You are. And, just as consumer attitude plays a major roll in determining the state of our national economy, it’s your attitude about your opportunity and your expectation of the future that casts the deciding vote in determining if your personal economy is going to be good or

The Attitude of Champions

by Bill Mansell on March 19, 2008 | Articles
The Attitude of Champions

What makes a champion different from the average person? The difference is that the champion keeps trying when the average person quits–his attitude drives him on. He refuses to consider the possibility of quitting because he is so totally convinced that success is imminent. Learn from the examples of baseball greats Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron.

Gratitude: A Key to Success and Happiness

by Bill Mansell on March 18, 2008 | Articles
Gratitude: A Key to Success and Happiness

Learn to foster the attitude of gratitude with the amazing story of Helen Keller. Although it often seems that other’s have it easy compared with our own problems, the truth is that everyone on this planet will have challenges, heartbreaks, and obstacles at one time or another. You can regain hope and confidence by garnishing your daily thoughts with thanksgiving and gratitude for what you have.

How to Get Up, When You’re Feeling Down

by Bill Mansell on March 8, 2008 | Articles
How to Get Up, When You're Feeling Down

We all feel down once in a while. Choose the happy path. Follow these 5 simple ideas and watch your attitude (and your altitude) soar!

Brainware: The Resource Of The 21st Century

by Eric Garner on March 5, 2008 | Articles
Brainware: The Resource Of The 21st Century

The key resource of the Industrial Age was physical energy, both of machines and humans. In the Information Age of the 21st century, the key resource will be mental energy. Learn how to make the most of the power you have.

You Decide

by Bill Mansell on February 10, 2008 | Articles
You Decide

William Ernest Henley wrote the poem “Invictus” which means unconquered. The essence of the message is that no matter what happens to you, you get to decide how you will respond and react. You get to decide what you will do tomorrow and the next day. You get to choose your attitude; you decide what your goals will be and whether you will continue to strive or give up. You are the master of your own fate.

My Way of Life

by Bill Mansell on February 10, 2008 | Articles

This information has been distilled from the most up-to-date and trustworthy sources in diet, nutrition, and weight loss. It’s my personal, long-term way of life, not a diet. The program promotes a balanced approach in three key areas: attitude & behavior modification, proper nutrition, and physical activity.

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.

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