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What is Missing In Your Life? Find Out Now!

As achievers we know that whatever we focus on, we will find a way to achieve. The challenge so many of us face, however, is in finding balance. Even the greatest achievers acknowledge a gap between where they are and where they really want to be. Perhaps our businesses or careers are strong, but our intimate […]

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7 Books that Will Blow Your Mind

Books are a part of a mind feed. You feed your body every single day, how about your mind? Proper nutrition is crucial to your overall well being, as well as proper mind feed will determine your destiny. I LOVE books among other vehicles for personal growth and development. So, here are my 7 favorite […]

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7 Ways To Stop Being Brainwashed and Cultivate Creativity

The older I get, the more books I read, the more people I meet, the more I realize… Books, mentors, teachings are all UBER IMPORTANT: to get inspired, to broaden your horizon, to grow and to learn. However it is even more important to cultivate your own creativity, question all your read and hear, develop […]

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UPW Tony Robbins: 5 Steps to Create a Life of Your Dream

TONY ROBBINS HAS CHANGED MY LIFE! I say it over and over again, because introduction to Tony Robbins, his teaching, and live events opened the whole new world to me. 4 years ago I was extremely ill with Lyme Disease and doctors told me it was incurable, and I would be bed ridden for the […]

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9 Things I Have Learned from Stedman Graham

I had a privilege to meet Mr. Stedman recently and learned form him some important life lessons. I am happy to share his wisdom with you. 1. Define your core. What do you LOVE (not like, but LOVE)? What’s your passion? What makes you happy? You have to clearly define those traits in order to […]

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