What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part 3)

Do you doubt?

Doubt is not a mistake in itself, but it becomes one when you stay in it. The information I am going to put out here is extremely important not only for managers but also for everyone who wants to be successful, fast, productive and happy. Continue reading

What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part 2)

A lot of managers are stuck into one level of expansion of their business and they are struggling in going up, because they do this very important and big mistake that successful managers and business owners do not do. The mistakes is that they behave and think like a victim. They start to believe they are stuck just like the victim, but actually they are sucked in their own beliefs or as we said they have this victim mentality.  Continue reading

What Successful Managers Don’t Do (Part1)

I would like to direct your attention to something very simple but very important for managers. And this is: WHAT YOU HEAR AND ACCEPT DETERMINES YOUR SUCCESS.  WHAT YOU HEAR AND ACCEPT DETERMINES YOUR PROBLEM – which one you will choose is the question. They are both true. Continue reading

Change Your Life With This Video

Why some people are poor others are rich? What exactly is success and why only few people live a successful life? What is their secret?

This video shows you the Earl Nightingale reason why some people live happy life. What is focus? What is affect and cause?

How to change or minds to live extraordinary life

Wisdom in 19 minutes

Source: Andrea Callahan International, Inc

11 Amazing Life Lessons From Tony Robbins

1) Change is never a matter of ability…it’s a matter of motivation

Viktor Frankl, author of Man’s Search For Meaning and Holocaust survivor, has famously said, “He has who a strong enough why can endure almost any kind of how.” When we have enough emotional fuel behind achieving a goal, we’ll come up with the resourcefulness to make it happen. Continue reading

Review your day each night before going to sleep

According to a new working paperfrom Harvard Business School, setting aside 15 minutes to write at the end of the workday is enough to make you better at your job.

“When people have the opportunity to reflect, they experience a boost in self-efficacy,” says HBS professor Francesca Gino. “They feel more confident that they can achieve things. As a result, they put more effort into what they’re doing and what they learn.”  Continue reading

Why you should read your goals out loud?

by Rick Corbett

Did you know you can use your subconscious mind to supercharge your goals? Here’s how.

The second key to making 2014 your best year ever is to make sure
you read your goals out loud with emotion at least twice a day. Continue reading