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Archive for August, 2017

Prioritizing What Matters Most

Start Prioritizing What Matters Most to You One of the most important things that you need to focus on to be successful is your priorities. Having your priorities in order means that you are able to easily address your priorities in order of importance. It’s very easy to get caught up in unimportant things such […]

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Retraining Your Brain To Live On Your Own Terms

To Live on Your Own Terms, You Have to Retrain Your Brain After graduating from high school, some people stop pursuing further education if they’ve already found a job they’re comfortable with. Those who continue on to graduate from college very rarely continue educating themselves, unless their job has a specific course they need to […]

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Grit And Achieving Your Goals

You Can’t Achieve Goals without Grit People prematurely quit on their paths toward their goals every single day. They might’ve stopped pursuing their degree, settled for a job they weren’t happy with, quit their dieting program, or any other number of things. Sometimes, we can attribute this to them realizing their goal wasn’t what they […]

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Personal Satisfaction-Achieving Success Even If You Are Not A Natural

You Don’t Have to Be a Natural to Achieve Success It’s very common for people to look at those who are successful and how skilled they are at their craft, and assume it’s simply something that they’re naturally good at. We see this a lot in the world of online marketing, where some leaders seem […]

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Personal Satisfaction And Labeling Yourself As A Victim

You Can’t Enjoy Personal Satisfaction If You’ve Adopted the Label of Victim Many people today are practically addicted to being a victim. Everyone seems to have their own little story about why they’re unsuccessful, whether it be that the “system” is against them or that other people are “holding them back,” but they never do […]

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