Visualize Your Vision Visibly

In order for your vision to be really powerful, it needs to be in front of you where you can see it. It needs to stay current and real for you.  You can achieve this in many ways and I will give you a bunch of suggestions in this post. I know we’ve just met,…

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Be a Millionaire in 5 Easy Steps (NOT!)

If all it took for you to have the success you want was to read a book or go to a seminar or webinar, we would all have everything we want, right? We’d have optimal health and wellness, including the best skin, the best weight and the best sex. Let’s not neglect your business success…

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See Stuff and Make Stuff Happen

Yesterday we talked about creating a vision of success.  Today we are talking about using that vision to achieve business results.  Don’t worry, I’m not going all “airy, fairy, rainbows and butterflies” on you.  As you will see when you read further, you can (ok, being bold here) and SHOULD use visualization to make stuff…

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“Vision” has Two “i”‘s in it for a Reason

Did you notice that “i” is the only letter that is repeated in the word, “Vision”?  Why do you think that is?  I think it has to do with the fact that you are the most important part of the vision process.  Your vision is intensely personal and must engage all your senses to make…

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Kill the Fear

You may have been asked this question before, “What would I do if I couldn’t fail?”  In fact, I have asked this question at my live seminars or it’s sister question, “If money wasn’t an issue, what would you do with your business and/or your life?” I just read an interesting blog post, “Scared of…

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A New Definition of Daydreaming

Sky made a comment on my last blog post which got me thinking about daydreaming. As a kid, I was always daydreaming and making up stories. I really valued that about myself when I was young.  Then as a young adult, daydreaming turned into “spacing out”  For those of you too young to know what…

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Highly Creative People and Business Success

My husband forwarded me this amazing article from the Huffington Post about 18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently.  I highly recommend reading the whole article. Here is a list of the 18 things: They daydream. They observe everything. They work the hours that work for them. They take time for solitude. They turn life’s…

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Networking Ninja Tips

Yesterday I ranted and raved about networking word vomit and suggested that you be a connector instead – GIVE more than you get.  It sounds good and right, don’t you think? You might read that and know exactly what to do to accomplish that.  Maybe, though,  you will read it and think it sounds good…

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Stop Word Vomit Now!

Maybe that should be my new tagline for my business.  I am kidding.  I do a lot of networking and here’s the thing – I observe (and experience) people doing wackadoodle (that’s the technical term) things all the time that are absolutely going to lose them connections and business, instead of making them. Here’s my question to…

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A Story of Planning Failure and Success

Planning for success is absolutely intrinsic to growing your business and managing it. A comprehensive plan needs to be in place any time a company is thinking of radically changing or growing their business structure, and without a plan a company will soon fail. Planning Failures One popular tour agency experienced a sudden surge in…

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