Why You’re Struggling to Break Your Bad Habits – Part 1

Breaking bad habits can be quite the challenge. I’m sure you know this. But why is so hard to break a bad habit? There are many reasons people struggle to break their bad habits, and in this series, I want to investigate the main ones. I hope that, by better understanding why you struggle to…

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Why You Must Embrace Delayed Gratification

If I give you the choice of receiving $50 today or $100 in a week from now, what would you choose (i.e., the $50 now or the $100 later)? How about $500 today or $1000 in one month? How about $5000 today or $10,000 in one year? If you understand what I’m getting at with these…

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Why You Must Eliminate Waste

Certain activities, people, and memories add no value to your life. They occupy your time, environment, and mind, but make no more than a meager—if any—contribution to your life. To maximize your time and make a great contribution, you must be merciless in eliminating these from your life. Why? Because they’re robbing you. Not all…

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Why You Must Take Ownership of Your Results

You started the year full of ambitions and good intentions. Now, four months have gone by–just like that. And before you know it, another four months will go by just like that. If you’re not careful, you won’t even see the year go by. Thus far, are you getting the results you want? Are you…

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7 Inspirational Nuggets to Help You Win This Week – Tome 9

This week, I share a few thoughts on fostering deep relationships, overcoming fear, procrastination, and perfectionism, expressing your uniqueness, enduring the process, and savoring moments life brings you.

Make this week memorable!

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Watch Out for These 4 Obstacles to Your Personal Growth

Growth is essential to your journey. In fact, if you want to achieve your goals, you’ll need to grow—a lot. However, major obstacles stand in your way. And if you fail to overcome them, you remain stuck outside the gates of your goals. You must take these obstacles very seriously; they’ve caused many people to…

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Why You Must Never Stop Learning and Growing

The only time you should stop learning is when you have learned everything there is to learn. When you have achieved complete mastery, that’s when you can store your student uniform; you have nothing else to learn. If you’re at that stage, you’re delusional, and you need help. In fact, no one is there; everyone…

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5 Simple Steps to Find Practical Solutions to Your Problems

Whatever you work to create—whether a business, a novel, a YouTube channel, an Android app or whatever else—you’ll have your share of problems along the way. You can’t be surprised and get frustrated when problems arise; they’re part of the journey to creating anything significant. Instead of letting these problems get to you, you must…

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The Power of the Right Incentive

Every morning, my 10-year-old son is ready for school about 30 minutes in advance (i.e., before it’s time for him to leave). Often, he even wakes up on his own. In no time, he brushes his teeth, washes his face, gets dress, eats breakfast, prepares his school back—all without needing me (or mom) to do…

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3 Strategies to Break Your Bad Habits

Habits aim to simplify our lives by causing us to perform specific activities on autopilot, which saves mental energy. However, as you know, they don’t always succeed in simplifying our lives; they sometimes do more harm than good. At first, they may seem to be helping, but in the long run, bad habits create problems.…

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