Winning Habits of Professional Athletes

Patrick Mahomes, quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, was asked by the press to describes his feelings about the announcement of a fellow player who was traded to another team. “I was watching my brother play basketball,” replied Mahomes.  “He’s in the last few games of districts, so I was watching that.  They’re undefeated so […]

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Escape the Scarcity Mentality Jungle

You need air to breathe. Do you worry there might not be enough air for you to survive? Do you save air because someone may take it away from you? When you believe you have an abundant supply of resources (like air), you don’t worry whether or not it will run out – unless your […]

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Create Personal Vision and Mission Statements

How do move forward if you don’t know what direction you’re headed? As a teacher and consultant, I’ve shown others how to create strong vision and mission statements for more than 30 years.  I didn’t write personal vision and mission statements until I lost my job. When the school district where I was employed downsized and […]

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Do Big Marketing on a Small Budget

Approximately 20-30% of the Fortune 100 company workforce is made up of contract workers. Dana Shaw, senior vice president at Staffing Industry Analysts, believes that percentage is expected to escalate to 50% by 2020. These statistics offer big opportunities to small business owners. More importantly, entrepreneurs must be willing to adjust how they think to experience success […]

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Discover 13 Steps to Success

Napoleon Hill never dreamed an interview with Andrew Carnegie, industrialist and steel magnate, would change his life. Nor could he predict that his book, Think and Grow Rich (1937), would change the lives of so many people who yearned for success. Carnegie encouraged Hill to collect stories of the country’s greatest business leaders and entrepreneurs. He promised […]

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