Why Failure Is Good for Success

Shared from Pauline Estrem To achieve the greatest success, you have to embrace the prospect of failure. The sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. The one that requires you to reach down deep inside, to fight with everything you’ve got, to be willing to leave everything out there on the battlefield—without knowing, until that…

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Why Smart People Surround Themselves With Smarter People

Shared from David Jelinek Have you ever seen an award acceptance speech where the recipients didn’t give thanks to all the people who helped them get to the podium? Whether a best actor, business legend or superstar athlete, winners know how to surround themselves with people who are smarter, more experienced or better connected than…

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3 Proven Ways to Increase Your Confidence

Shared from Sonia Thompson Confidence has a hypnotic effect on people. The first time I recognized it was at a flamenco show in Barcelona a few years back. I was mesmerized by the performance of a beautiful full-figured middle-aged woman. I couldn’t keep my eyes off her as she danced. My friends and I eventually dubbed…

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5 Common Traits of Your Target Market

Shared from JT DeBolt No matter your industry, product, or service… ALL target markets share five common traits. And by target market, I’m referring to the super-specific group of consumers your product or service is aimed towards. It’s vitally important to understand these ideal prospects, because you simply cannot afford to market to everyone. In…

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How To Measure YOUR Success!

Are you successful? What defines success to you? Is it what people say about you, or what you think about yourself?  It seems that we are all in pursuit of what success, but what does it look like, feel like, and more importantly, when do you know you have it? Does it look like material…

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