Tag: personaldevelopment

Napoleon Hill: Lesson Eight – The Habit of Doing More Than Paid For

A man is most efficient and will more quickly and easily succeed when engaged in work that he loves, or work that he performs in behalf of some person whom he loves. Here’s the introduction to one of the most important, life-long lessons that so many of…

Wheel of Life – July: Crossroads Have Been Met

This exercise in Glenn Harold’s book titled ‘The Answer’ is an excellent way to evaluate and figure out what areas of life you’re neglecting; on top of figuring out a correct balance. I do this monthly to figure out where I’m at, and for…

Wheel of Life – June

Luckily and thankfully I was able to rise from the ashes last month and prevail.  Not only did I do just that, I got the highest marks in three categories for the first time in my LIFE. This exercise, for those of you who…

Dale Carnegie’s First 8 Chapters On How To Stop Worrying & Start Living

Chapter 1 – Live In “Day-tight Compartments” There’s nothing in the past that will help you with the present or future.  There are clues that are left behind, but whatever it is from the past that you needed to learn, you learned.  Beyond that,…

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…

Clean Up Your Messes & Incompletes

If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, what is the significance of a clean desk? – Laurence J. Peter I really like to say this about a lot of people.  If you walk into a friends home and it’s an…

Reject Rejection

I was conversing with one of my students just this past weekend and she said she was afraid of rejection.  This is something that both everyone who’s reading this….and I….have to deal with.  It’s a natural part of life.  When I was younger and…

TEDx – Getting Personal

Audiences could be warm, fuzzy, empathetic and loving; other audiences could be cold and monotonous to the point you lose inspiration in even giving a talk. If you look at comedic stand-ups (although TED is much difference from hurling jokes at people), they look…

Tools of Titans: The Morning Routine of Tony Robbins – THE BURN OF TONY ROBBINS

RE-EDITED January 25, 2020 Over the past several months, I had received not one, but two emails from someone who is apparently from Tony Robbins “team.” The audacity and privilege of these idiots living in America are beyond comprehension. First email was “could you…