How To Crowd Worry Out of Your Mind – Part II

I talked about this in a podcast a long time ago, but I want to speak how I use this particular technique in a real-life situation. Long ago, there was a man that lost two children under the age of find.  Him being in a vice/guillotine that seemed to get tighter and tighter, he found…

Darren Hardy: Do The Unexpected & Do Better Than Expected

Have you guys seen  the “do what the 99 percent aren’t doing?” Yeah, I’ve seen those as thumbnails on YouTube videos and at least on a weekly basis on Instagram. If you look at Christmas and how everyone sends Christmas cards; in addition, the family members who want to be handed materialistic things.  Those things…

TOEIC: Grammar: Prepositions

Prepositions link their objects to the other structures within the sentence.  They’re used to show placement, time, direction, cause, and location. At is used with a specific time of day. We will meet at 2:00pm. On is used with a specific day or date. I will go to school on Monday. The contract wasn’t signed on…

LinkedIn & What It Brings

So, I’ve been signed on to LinkedIn for the longest, connecting with people who I never messaged before in my life.  I’ve heard Gary Vee speak about how great LinkedIn in the professional realm, but I really never got a firm grasp around the true potential of it. Then came yesterday.  A day when I…

Gary Vee: How Lewis Howes Is Crushing It

Lewis Howes, like a lot of people, endured the biggest heartbreak of his life when he slammed into an arena football game wall, snapping his hand and never was able to recuperate.  Having thought football was everything to him, he felt his life was over.  He was depressed and living on his sister’s couch –…

Gary Vee: What (Still) Matters

“It’s not hard to figure out why so many who attempt to do it fail. In general, it’s because they’re putting their energies into the wrong things. They care, but not enough about what really matters. And what really matters is a pretty short list: intent, authenticity, passion, patience, speed, work, and attention.” Excerpt From:…

TOEIC: Listening – Part 1 – Photographs

As promised, the easiest part of the TOEIC test has arrived.  This part is basically about looking at the photographs and predict as many nouns, verbs, and sentences as you can.  After you do that, you’ll have an idea of what you’re probably listening for. Example Nouns Tea, water, apple juice, chair, woman, spoon, man,…

Napoleon Hill: Tolerance – Part IV – The Plan

War can be eliminated only by education, through the aid of the principle of subordination of the individual interests to the broader interests of the human race as a whole.  Any plan to abolish war, to be success, depends upon the successful co-ordination of effort between all the churches and schools of the world for…

Darren Hardy: Exceeding Expectations – Oprah’s Ultimate Viewers Win A Trip

During this particular Oprah video, she was going to surprise her audience with a trip to Australia.  However, the anticipation had some of the audience members in tears.  She mentioned Philadelphia, then mentioned New York and said, “well I was think this place, but I told myself that I wanted to do something…..bigger.”  The build-up…

Darren Hardy: Multiplying Your Results

What if you can speed up the process and multiply your results? Well, I just realized this recently.  With my test preparation videos, I wasn’t as consistent as I should’ve been last year.  I mean, even going back to the beginning stages of me uploading.  I launched two videos back in 2015 and stopping making…