Category: Personal Development

Life Begins At The End of Your Comfort Zone

Track & Field in high school Those 200m, 300m, and 400m intervals that made me feel faint, dizzy, legs burning, and wanting to throw up after practice everyday were grueling.  As an athlete, these days, including heels and bleachers, are the days we dread….

Tim Ferris’ Rough Patch & The Point

During his 2013 year, he went on a downward spiral for about three months including: Cried while watching Rudy. (lol. Sorry – had to laugh) Repeatedly hit snooze for 1 to 3 HOURS past his planned wake time, because he simply didn’t want to face the…

Controlling Inner Feelings + Different Types of Negative Thoughts

One of my students asked me yesterday about how to destroy these destructive thoughts, and of course, it all comes down to habit. Research has shown that people talk to themselves about 50,000 times a day.  Yes, this includes you – who are reading…

Napoleon Hill – The Slavery of Debt

Paying for something you can’t afford.  Ring a bell? You dig into your wallet and pullout that flashy master card, which has “debt-ridden” all over it.  You slide that card or insert it into the machine – little do you know what you’ve just…

Face What Isn’t Working

There was a time last year where I had a wonderful friend who lied to me about her being from Thailand (she was in fact from Myanmar), and in that lie were promises of starting a wonderful, healthy-food catering business that would deliver clean…

Napoleon Hill – The Habit of Saving

Saving money is only a matter of habit.  So, we need to have a brief analysis of the Law of Habit. Through repetition, any act indulged in a few times becomes a habit, and the mind appears to be nothing more than a mass…

Thank You 

Thank you for everyone viewing my post about the seemingly endless racial discrimination that happens in countries such as Thailand and all across Asia.  What you focus on and think about, you bring about. My website/blog’s primary focus is not about controversial topics that…

Napoleon Hill: Lesson Three – The Habit of Saving – Pre Course

Saving – a word that’s unfamiliar and often completely disregarded in households across America. According to a 2016 GOBankingRates survey, 69% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts.  Less than $1,000! Is that even possible? We’re not even counting what mutual funds,…

Questions & Answer: When Did I Start Reading

Ahhhh, questions and answers day.  One of my proud listeners asked me about when I started reading and about how I have so much knowledge in the personal development realm….so let me tell you step-by-step the unfolding of my soul. First book….Rhonda Byrne’s ‘The…

Napoleon Hill – Part II & Auto-Suggestion – Closing of Lesson II

Following up from what I talked about in my last Napoleon Hill podcast/blog, that man went on to become the president of one of the largest and most successful companies in America and extended business from coast-to-coast; Canada to Mexico.  That man who went…

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