success: (n.) The achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted

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The Easiest Way to Achieve Happiness


People always think that what they want is money, relationships, and material possessions, but what they truly want is happiness. Wealth, health and relationships...

How To Make Self-Improvement Work Every Time!


There is an inherit "problem" with the approach most people take to self-improvement of any kind. There is a presupposition that...

The Ultimate Secrets of Truly Effective Affirmation Techniques


Affirmation has been used by successful people for centuries. It has helped many ordinary people achieve extraordinary results in their lives. It has turned...

Live Your Life To The Fullest


Do you sometimes feel that you're living a boring life? You just can't seem to find anything exciting.

The Reasons Why We Fear Success


In the book, The SHOCKwealth System, it is discussed that there are four fears that must be overcome in order to experience true success. One of those fears is the fear of success itself. The Fear Of Success is the self-sabotaging fear.

Creating A Life You Love


Imagine that right now, right here, today there is within your grasp not one but several opportunities to redesign specific aspects of your life so that the sum total is a life you absolutely love. Then imagine that the only thing standing between you and your opportunities is a closed mind, fear, habits, concern, worry, drama, or perhaps mental, physical, and emotional clutter. Do you know what a default is? It's what you get when you don't choose to get something else and for most of us a default life is average and mediocre with sprinkles of joy in between. A default life is living for the weekend. A default like is hanging on 'til retirement. A default life is waiting for the kids to grow up, move out, and finish college. A default life is waiting, and waiting, and waiting for things to get better someday, one day.

How To Use The Past, Future, And Present In Attaining Success


Did you know that your past, present, and future can affectdirectly or indirectly your outlook in life?

What Am I Going To Do With The Rest Of My Life?


Unexpected life changes. Anticipated transitions. Long, sleepless nights. What do these three things have in common? The ability to provoke one of the most haunting questions in the library of human introspectives:

Wealth Beyond Reason

Make The Second Half The Best Half


Something happens when you come to the intersection called mid-life; you can look back in retrospect and see your life from an entirely different context. For many this mid-life review brings about a sense of urgency that ignites what is formally called ?the mid-life crisis?. It?s where we can trace the effects back to causes that were initiated by our own poor decision, our inattention to important details, our recklessness, our fear, our misplaced priorities, and our ignorance. It can be a pretty bleak experience to really understand, maybe for the first time, that your life really could have been much better if you only knew then what you know now. Ah but there is a subtle sweetness in enduring the emotional upheaval of a mid-life review and that is the fact that you can decide that the second half will be the best half. You can garner the lessons from your past life by taking the knowledge and the wisdom, and leaving the rest behind. You may also experience grief, regret, anger, and blame. Whatever gut-wrenching emotions you feel should be acknowledged and then gently released. You can choose rather you will continue down your current path or if you will choose a new direction for your life. By consciously deciding how you will live the rest of your life, you can create a life that is extraordinary. It's a mighty sweet deal when you think about it but how do you make it happen? ...

Five Tips for Perfect Transition Decisions


You're considering a new career, new place to live or new business, retirement, or any other move. You ask, "Will I be happy?" If you remember the old, old song, "What will be" may not be the answer you?re looking for.

Life Versus Lifestyle


There is a difference but what constitutes a life and what constitutes a lifestyle is pretty ambiguous. One thing that seems pretty clear to me is the lifestyle is observable while a life can have many internal aspects to it. A lifestyle can include people, material things, environments, how we spend our time, energy, and money. A life includes things like our beliefs, our values, our commitments, our soul?s dream, and our vision. If you choose a lifestyle first you could wind up with an empty fortress. If you choose the life first, you will design your lifestyle to support the life. ...

The One-Two Punch for Success: Authenticity and Alignment


Have you ever felt as if you are beating your head against a wall? You repeatedly try to reach a goal but you never seem to achieve it. Instead you are struggling rather than moving forward and achieving your goals with grace and ease.You are not alone. ....

The Gravitational Pull of ANTs, WORMS & FEARS


What is an ANT?

Control Your Fear Before It Controls You


"Fear Factor" is one of my favorite TV shows. It highlights the courage of the participants to engage in the most fearsome and disgusting acts.

Wait, That's Not on the Map


Back from my amazing summer excursion, a month long drive through Spain! Well, I mean, I didn't do any of the driving, my partner did. See, I only know how to drive an automatic and since we have a stick here in Belgium, my partner kindly agreed to do all the driving. In total it ended up being close to 5000 kilometers and he did beautifully without so much as a complaint. Nice, huh?

Self-Improvement Secrets


* Perfectionism is a time waster.

Average Sucks!


The very first "motivational speaker" I heard as an adult was a gentleman named Mort Utley. I experienced his speech in May of 1989 in Nashville, Tennessee, at the end of a week of Sales School with the Southwestern Company. I was 19 years old and had just finished my freshman year at the University of Wisconsin, and Mr. Utley's speech was the final component of my formal training to sell educational books door-to-door for the summer. I was absolutely coming out of my skin with an indescribable combination of intense excitement and great fear. Mort Utley's speech made one of the most "un-motivational" statements I had ever heard. He said:

Vision -- What Are You Doing Today Towards Achieving Your Vision?


Every man who accomplishes things sees first in his mind what he wishes to do. He puts away all doubt. It makes no difference how small or how large the thing you want to do may be; if you have an unlimited confidence in your ability to do it, you will do it. - Charles Fillmore

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Forbes

Author Todd Rose: Learning Is Personal, So Is Success
Forbes
Redefining Success. Rose and Rouhani have been listening to America, crisscrossing the country, surveying, and holding focus groups. They've made some interesting observations. “Everyone wants individual patients to benefit from personalized medicine ...



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Leverage Your Success to Create New Businesses (This Man Did It Six Times)
Forbes
Dean Taylor of Cracka Wines is something of a leverage expert, having launched a series of six successful businesses within the wine industry. “When I launched my first business in the wine industry, I expected it to be a one to two day a week side ...



Forbes

Authenticity Might Be The Key Ingredient For Career Success
Forbes
By: Shaifali Aggarwal. Leaving the world of finance to pursue an entrepreneurial path was a pivotal, exciting, and scary moment in my life. Finance was mostly what I knew; however, while working as a finance professional, I felt that something was ...



Variety

'Super Troopers 2': Can Stoner Sequels Find Success After Legalization?
Variety
“Up in Smoke” was a huge success for Paramount (it made $44.4 million in 1978, $165 million in 2018 dollars) and earned Marin and Chong a number of sequels — “Next Movie” (1980), “Nice Dreams” (1981), “Things Are Tough All Over” (1982) and “Still ...

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Wall Street Journal

American Hustle: ZTE's Surprise US Success, Now Under Threat
Wall Street Journal
But now that success appears to be in jeopardy. In what ZTE executives deem a threat to the company's very survival, the U.S. government moved on Monday to block sales of American products to ZTE, saying it violated terms of a deal last year settling ...

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The Mercury News

Analysis: Trump can't stop raising the bar for N. Korea success
The Mercury News
By David Nakamura | Washington Post. PALM BEACH, Fla. – President Donald Trump has been upping the ante for his planned meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, increasing the pressure on his administration to deliver results on an issue that ...

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Washington Technology

People drive success of M&A
Washington Technology
Cost and revenue synergies are two main aspects government services companies focus on when they acquire or merge with one another but one other intangible component is key to making deals successful: cultural integration of the workforces. But during ...



Forbes

The Rip Current Principle: A Surprising Way To Turn Failure Into Success
Forbes
Sometimes failure comes from not trying hard enough. Other times it comes from trying too hard. Granted, leaders often fail to reach a goal because they and their organizations don't put enough into it: Not enough money, time, resources, or “oomph ...



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How To Achieve Long-Term Success By Fighting Against Your Human Nature
Forbes
Sleepwalking is dangerous. One moment you're lying in bed and the next you're falling down the stairs, or strolling down the middle of a road, oblivious to traffic coming at you. Sleepwalking professionally is just as dangerous. Yet many high ...



Money Magazine

Here's What It Takes to Be Successful, According to Amazon Boss Jeff Bezos
Money Magazine
Jeff Bezos wants you to know what it takes to be as successful as he is, and as dominant as Amazon. He also wants you to know that PowerPoint is lame — and that handstands are really hard. This week, the Amazon chief executive released his annual ...

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