By |2017-01-15T06:06:14+00:00January 12th, 2017|Categories: Personal Success, Productivity|Tags: |

The most successful people in the world share 7 main qualities

1. Goal orientation.
2. Result orientation
3. Action orientation- over procrastation
4. People orientation
5. Help orientation- lead the best life which you ca, sport, healthy food
6. Honestly
7. Self-discipline- responsibiliy for life and actions

A PROVEN PROCESS FOR DEVELOPING A POWERFUL NEW MINDSET TO FINALLY ACHIEVE YOUR FINANCIAL, PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GOALS-IN 90 DAYS OR LESS!

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“People in an organization have a deep need to know and understand what is going on around them in relation to their work.

By |2017-01-17T13:41:52+00:00December 13th, 2016|Categories: Personal Success, Productivity|Tags: , |

Several thousand employees said it.

“…The more thoroughly and accurately you report to people the details and situation of your business, the happier they will be, and the better results they will get.” – Brian Tracy

Million Dollar Habits: Proven Power Practices to Double and Triple Your Income” – Brian Tracy chapter 7, p. 115

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“Fully 85% or more of all physical illnesses today are psychosomatic in origin:

By |2016-12-13T11:57:55+00:00December 13th, 2016|Categories: Healthy|Tags: , , , , , |

“psycho,”, the mind, makes “soma”, the body, sick. The very act of letting go and relaxing and practicing solitude and meditation on a regular basis dramatically lowers your levels of stress and tension and raises your level of energy and awarness.”

Million Dollar Habits: Proven Power Practices to Double and Triple Your Income” – Brian Tracy chapter 11 page 216

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Many parents made the mistake of giving love to their children

By |2016-10-02T03:20:20+00:00October 2nd, 2016|Categories: Relationships|Tags: , , |

Many parents made the mistake of giving love and approval to their children only when their children did something that they wanted them to do. A child who has grown up with this kind of conditional love tends to seek for unconditional approval from others all his or her life.

When the child becomes an adult, this need for approval from the parent is transferred to the workplace and onto the boss. The adult employee can then become preoccupied with the opinion of the boss. This preoccupation can lead to an obsession to perform to some undetermined high standard.

Brian Tracy, “Attitude vs. Aptitude‏”, newsletter

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The critical difference between success and failure was contained in the habit of taking the initiative.

By |2016-09-10T06:13:58+00:00September 10th, 2016|Categories: Personal Success, Productivity|Tags: , |

“The American Management Association reported on a study of managers who had been divided into two groups, those whose careers has flattened out and those whose careers were moving upward and onward at a rapid rate. They interviewed both groups to try to determine the differences that accounted for their relative levels of success and failure.

What they finally concluded was that it was not education, experience, background, networking or intelligence. The critical difference between success and failure was contained in the habit of taking the initiative. Managers and executives who were on the fast track were constantly moving out of their comfort zone and taking the initiative to try new things in new areas.

On the other hand, managers who were being continually passed over for promotion were continually waiting for someone to come along and tell them what to do. Once they had been given clear instructions, they seemed to be quite competent at carrying out their responsibilities. But the idea of initiating in the first place was alien to them.” (more…)

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