End of the Second Quarter

I do not know about you but it seems as if times spends up every year that goes by.
We where just beginning the new year and all ready we are 30 days from half of
it being over.

If you are like most people, myself included you haven't reach many or any of your
goals, resolutions or intentions. Well you know what they say; if you keep doing what
you have always done, you will keeping getting what you have always got.

Let's change that once & for all.

I challenge you to spend the month of June deciding on what you want to accomplish
by the end of the year. Then create the plans to get it done. Next implement the plans
that you have created. Meaning take ACTION.  You have to change in order to get
different results. Review your results and adjust your steps in order to keep moving
forward.

Who is up for the challenge? I will be doing it myself and posting about it here.
To see what I am doing and how it is going connect with me on facebook to be
informed of when I make a new post.

100 Days...100 Nights

TODAY is the 100th day of the year.

It's time for a change don't you think?

What results do you have to show for yourself?

Are you on track for having your best year ever,
or do you need to make some changes?

If you continue doing exactly what you've been
doing...where will you be 100 days from today,
on July 20th?

Will you be struggling, spinning your wheels
and in the same place where you are right
now?

Why would you want that?

Especially when you could be...

Confidently executing the plan that launches
your new online business...

Completing the manuscript that makes you
a best-selling author...

Running the marathon you promised yourself
and getting back into great shape...

Crushing your sales goals, breaking records and
earning some huge commissions.

I’m going to take the liberty of being blunt…

You've have 100 days to showcase your best
stuff...to show the world how badly you wanted
to make big things happen.

If you're currently below target or unsatisfied
with your individual or team performance...
you NEED to adjust your plan and you need
to do it now.

Lucky for you that the single best opportunity you
have for making a comeback, redeeming yourself and
crushing your second quarter goals... is now for
enrollment.

It's called the 100 Day Challenge...a hardcore goal
setting and performance acceleration program put
together by my friend Gary Ryan Blair.

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I give it my highest recommendation and encourage
you to check it out right now as enrollment is 
closing soon.

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Make it the very next thing you do!


P.S. If the idea of getting more accomplished in the
next 100 days than most people do over the course
of ten years gets your mojo working...than make it 
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You'll be excited...no make that ecstatic that you did!

Fail Effectively and You Can't Lose

The fear of failing has become the number one reason that most people do not achieve
their goals or anything else. We tend to act like it is some type of disgrace to fail when it
actually is part of the process.

Failure is a part of any endeavor. If you’re not failing, you’re not trying. You can choose to 
allow failure to affect your state of mind or you can choose to take advantage of it. The most successful people get the most out of each failure. Use failure to your benefit.


Most of us have learned to avoid failure at all costs. But failure is a wonderful way to learn 
and stretch yourself. All innovation requires failure in the development process. Failing 
regularly gives the best chance of long-term success.

Achieve greater levels of success by failing effectively:

  1. Fail quickly. If an idea isn’t going to pan out, you might as well figure it sooner rather than later. Avoid spending too much time on a faulty premise. It doesn’t make sense to invest time and money over 12 months only to realize that an idea won’t work if you could’ve reached the same conclusion in three weeks.

  • At the same time, it’s important not to fail too quickly. Give an idea a fair chance to be successful. Some things take time more time than others do.

  1. Ensure that you’re failing for the right reason. Be certain the necessary time and resources are utilized. If something has gone wrong, determine carefully if it was the idea or the execution.

  • Have you considered every possible need of your project?

  • Can your idea work if you change your approach?

  1. Fail differently each time. Many people repeat their mistakes. Failing loses all of its value if you fail to learn from it. Each time you fail in a new way, you have the opportunity to improve your approach.

  2. After a failure, make a list of everything you learned. What did you learn? How can you apply that information in the future? What’s the next logical step? Failing isn’t fun. Ensure you’re getting the most out of it. Keep a failure journal to record your discoveries and new ideas.

  • Create a plan for the future that considers the new information you’ve acquired. This plan will evolve over time.

  1. Keep an accurate perspective. What is failure? It’s an undesired result. That’s it. It’s not a grading of your intelligence, worth, or future. There’s no reason to take it personally. It’s simply an idea that didn’t work out. Maintain detached from your results and forge ahead.

  • The great coach, John Wooden, stated that he hoped no one would be able to tell if his team had won or lost based on the team’s demeanor after a game. That’s detachment.

  • Be resilient. Your feelings of self-worth aren’t dependent on your results. You can feel good about yourself even when you don’t achieve your desired outcome. Be proud that you were brave enough to fail and continue.

  1. Keep failure and fault separate. We all learned in childhood that admitting to mistakes resulted taking the blame. Whether you’re working on a self-improvement project or a project at work, keep the blame to a minimum.

  2. Failure should bring you closer to an optimal solution. The more challenging the goal, the more times you can expect to fail before achieving success.

  3. Effective failing creates new opportunities. Many of the most important inventions resulted from mistakes. For example, the glue used in post-it notes resulted from an attempt to create a super-strong adhesive.

Avoid feeling down about failing. View each failure as a step in the right direction. There’s much to be learned via failure. Embrace failure. Just be certain to fail effectively!

From Fear to Freedom


Do you feel that you are suppose to be experiencing a more exciting
life? However, for some reason you aren't and you have tried to.
Then the steps below may just be the answer you are looking for.
At least a start to you living your dreams.

Every successful person has had to deal with fear. The road to hell
might be paved with good intentions, but the road to success is littered
with fear and uncertainty.

The biggest difference between someone that is wildly successful and
someone that is not is the courage to take significant action over and over
again.

These steps will enable you take that significant action, repeatedly:

1. Simply decide to succeed. Most people never really decide to do
or accomplish anything significant; at best they 'kinda sorta try it out.'
However, once you've truly decided to go for your dreams, there is no
other option - and no room for fear or doubt - in your mind. In fact, the
word 'decide' means to cut yourself off from any other possibility.

2. Embrace risk. Chase after your fears and show them who is boss.
Make the tough presentation or phone call. Ask for whatever it is that
you want. A big part of being successful is doing things that other people
are too afraid to do.

3. Prepare yourself. Many of our stresses, challenges, and concerns are
things that we anticipated. Take the time to find solutions and put them
into place before you need them. When you can see a challenge that is
likely to come up, simply prepare for it instead of worrying about it.

4. Go with the flow. If you don't live in the past or future, life is much less
stressful. Let go of your resistance to the present moment and see what happens.

5. Focus on the good outcomes. Most people look for the worst and expect it to
happen. Expect the best and it's much easier to take action. Sure, some
undesirable things will likely happen along the way, but they'll be like mosquitoes
that need to be shooed away. That's much better than the brick wall that you might
otherwise perceive.

6. Learn to relax. When you feel stress and anxiety coming on, a few slow, deep
breaths can make a huge difference. To a large extent, our psychology follows our
physiology; breathing is the only part of our physiology that we can really control.
Use that control to your advantage.

7. Fully engage in your life and get away from the news. The news is so negative.
Instead, find something interesting to do with your time. If you're conquering less
stressful things all day long, the more stressful things don't seem so bad anymore.
Take a piano lesson, go hiking, or go skydiving. It will make your life more
interesting, too.

8. Realize that you are enough. Even if you have things to learn and skills that need
to be honed, that doesn't mean that you're incapable of the task at hand. Plan to
acquire the resources you need, but do everything you can with the resources you
have now.

9. Start small. Make a list of everything that you need to do but can't seem to follow
through on. Put them in order from least scary to most. Now decide to do the item at
the top of the list. When that's done, do the next. Only focus on the current item at the
top of the list.

You should print this out and read it in the morning after you wake up and
in the evening before going to bed. Make it a part of your mental
reprogramming.

The only way to truly be free is to conquer your fears. The only way to
conquer your fears is to do the things that frighten you. Show yourself that you can do
those things successfully. Follow the suggestions above and start your journey from
fear to freedom today!

Home Based Millionaire Mom's Secret to Building a Responsive List

WOW, are you in for some great training tonight. You do not want to miss
this as it will contain information that you can use NOW!!!!

In a little under an hour you will be exposed to;

  • In the first 15 minutes Diane will show you a way to get people sending YOU Facebook friend requests all day long!
  • The secret to quickly cultivate an insanely responsive list that buys from you over and over again
  • How to build a thriving YouTube channel chock-full of people thirsty for your content.
  • A sneaky way to find the EXACT people on Twitter to connect with vs. following masses of people
  • How to 10X your exposure in the next 30 days even if you're brand spankin' new & have zero tech skills ** AND MUCH MORE**           
In order to make it online, you need a list that reads what you write & takes
action on your suggestions. The trainer tonight is a master at this & will
show you how to become one also.

The webinar starts at 9 pm so go get registered at http://bit.ly/16bUvEF 

Quick Quiz: What do others REALLY think of you?

One of the biggest keys to life success and happiness is the strength of your
relationships with others. 

Some people are very charismatic, likable and the world seems to bend to make
way for their lives and their dreams.

Have you ever felt like you’re a small part of someone ELSE’s dream? 

Great news is I have a quick 60 second quiz for you that will not only reveal what
other people REALLY think about you… 

…It also comes with a free personalized report at the end, revealing exactly what
you need to do right now in order to become a person who is instantly respected
and well liked…

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In this quick quiz, you will find out the truth about whether there is anything you
haven’t noticed before that is holding you back from connecting with others, winning
their approval, or gaining their respect. 

Plus at the end you’ll not only receive your personalized quiz assessment, you’ll see
a really inspiring video that teaches you the secret to quickly and easily becoming 
more well-liked and respected by others.

Some people use this secret to get listened to and respected more in the workplace.

Others use it at home to get their spouse or partner to fall in love with them all over
again and return to that place of mutual love and respect. 

Others use it to gain more self confidence and respect in social situations… Even if
they’re the quiet type!

This is stuff that everyone should pay attention to. It’s an area of life that most people
just leave to chance. 

But it doesn’t have to be that way!

Take the quiz, read the results and enjoy the video…

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Give Yourself a Mental Makeover

This is just as important as a physical makeover, if not more so.It all starts in the mind.

Although you might take great care of your body, you may not give much thought to your mental self. It's time to ask yourself, "What do I do to take care of my mind and keep it in excellent shape?" For some excellent mental makeover techniques, read on.

1. Know what makes you happy and do it every day. Take time each day to immerse yourself in something that brings joy to your life. Watch a movie, take a walk, do some crafting, build a shelf, or paint a picture. Make it a point to derive some pleasure from every single day.

2. Laugh a lot. Read jokes online. Make up funny stories. View your favorite situation comedies on TV, old and new. Call a friend that always makes you laugh. Spend time with children and babies. Experience humor as often as you can.

3. Cultivate new interests. To keep your mind working on several different levels, try new things often. Learn a new language. Visit museums. Study a topic of interest on the internet. Make it a personal goal to learn something new each day.

4. Play some healthy mind games. We're talking about the ones that put your brain through some mental calisthenics. Do word searches. Work some Sudoku puzzles. Get into crosswords. Work a few math problems occasionally.

* Encourage your mind to get exercise by trying out different kinds of interesting, challenging mind games from time to time. Find some new apps for your smartphone that will challenge you and make you think.

5. Recognize your own stress responses, inside and out. Knowing yourself will help you identify how you behave when exposed to stressors. Maybe you get a fever blister on your lip, eat too much, or become grouchy.

* If you can train yourself to recognize when you're stressed (early in the process), you can then proactively take steps to abolish the source of the stress or to beef up your coping strategies.
 
6. Express yourself. Although it might be difficult for you, do what you have to do to express your feelings to others. Whether they're happy and fun feelings, or sad and scary feelings, develop ways to share your emotions. Holding in how you feel is rarely the path to a calm and secure mental state.

7. Stay on top of your feelings. In the event you're in a situation where you can't express your feelings to someone else for a good reason, employ your writing skills to write down on paper or in your computer how you're feeling.

* Expressing your feelings through the written word can be both freeing and effective. Keep a journal and write regularly in it.

Take part in activities that bring joy and laugh frequently. Constantly find new interests and play games that give your mind a work-out. Know your own reactions to stress and do whatever's necessary to express yourself.

When you concentrate on following through with these suggestions, you'll give your mind a fantastic work-out. And when your mind is in peak condition, so are you!