Category Archives for "Mindset"

Is Real Success a Dream?

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Is real success a dream? I hope  not.I dreamed about this blog post. I hope I can remember everything, because it felt important to me in the dream; as if some sort of code was revealed. Here’s hoping … maybe it will be the answer you are looking for to help grow your business.Most entrepreneurs […]

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It’s Time to Get Off of Your Wish-Bone

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When you wish upon a …Ah yes, wishing. If wishing could make it so. If wishes were fishes. If wishes were…well, effective, then life would be a lot easier for almost everyone. Unless of course we are wishing something bad would happen to someone who caused us to have a bad day.I want to tickle […]

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Make Up Your Mind Already!

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What your MIND tells you about your business and success, is one of the most essential aspects of your journey  as an entrepreneur.It may sound overly dramatic, but your thoughts about yourself, your business, your competency, and your chances of success – make or break you.Travelling the Entrepreneur’s Journey​ is tricky enough without second guessing […]

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3 Ways to Break Through When You Want to Quit

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A break down is coming.Everybody hits it. The Brick Wall.You’ve done everything you know to do.You’ve prayed every prayer.You’ve tried every strategy.And there you are, facing yourself. Alone. Making the decision. “Do I go forward or do I quit.”The Dark Night of the Soul. That time when all sense of help and consolation runs away […]

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Sticks and Stones – It’s An Inside Job

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“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” WHAT A BIG OL’ LIE! And our childhood retort? “I’m rubber and you’re glue. Whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks to you!” I bet THAT really hurt the offender! (insert sarcastic tone here) These days, I’m working nonstop on […]

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