Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Get Brendon Burchard's new physical book.

The Motivation Manifesto

#1 New York Times bestselling author Brendon Burchard is giving away his new book, along with a $297 online personal development course.

The book is called "The Motivation Manifesto: 9 Declarations To Claim Your Personal Power".

It is a fiery call to arms to create the life we deserve. It's about overcoming self-limitations and social pressures in order to achieve what Brendon calls Personal Freedom—the full expression of our true selves, the unabashed and courageous pursuit of our dreams.

Here's a review from Paulo Coelho, author of The Alchemist and the most followed living writer in the world: "The Motivation Manifesto is a poetic and powerful call to reclaim our lives and find our own personal freedom. It’s a triumphant work that transcends the title, lifting the reader from mere motivation into a soaringly purposeful and meaningful life. I love this book.”

You probably know Brendon. Beyond his multiple New York Times bestsellers, he's the host of the most watched personal development show on YouTube, and he's followed by over 1.9 million fans on Facebook. Larry King calls him "one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world."

This giveaway won't last long. Get your copy now.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Can anyone learn to be a genius?

This awesome question was asked in Quora and I think more people deserve to read about it, so I reprint here: What patterns can be observed in the way geniuses think and behave?

Satvik Beri:

Here are a few patterns I've seen among the smartest people I've met (primarily professors or graduate students). Not saying that these are replicable, or that doing so will make you a genius, just that these patterns seem to exist:

  1. They're extremely talented at going up and down levels of abstraction. Geniuses tend to be able to fit seemingly unrelated facts into the big picture almost instantly, and drill down to any level of detail. On a related note, when learning they tend to learn at every level of abstraction at once, rather than simply building from the bottom up or top down like most people.
  1. They make a lot of assumptions. This may seem counterintuitive-we've often heard that creative thinking requires breaking existing assumptions. And this may be true, but it seems like geniuses tend to make a lot of assumptions very quickly, test their hypotheses, and then change their assumptions very slowly if it's necessary.
  1. They come up with unique ways to compress information. A smart person might see a difficult Mathematical theorem as a connection of ten steps, whereas a genius might visualize it and see it all as one picture.
  1. They separate emotion or external thoughts from their thinking. At least in science, geniuses tend to never attach any external meaning to their thoughts-as an example, they could think about how to efficiently invade a country or release a horrible weapon without feeling phased by the image of the devastation that would involve. Similarly, they can often focus on their work no matter what they're going through-whether it's loud noises or personal trauma.
  1. They connect seemingly unrelated things. A genius will frequently follow a T-shaped model of learning: be an expert on one things and dabble in a lot. They will frequently get inspired by or make connections between things that are unrelated to their main research.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

The secrets to thinking like a millionaire revealed.

The Millionaire’s BrainHow does a millionaire think? To find the answer, we need to begin from the brain. Our mindset is the great canvas on which we work the magic of wealthy thinking. It is by repeatedly telling the brain to do specific things or inculcate particular behaviors, will a positive belief be wired into our brain and manifests automatically into our action.

There is no second way about it.

A strong and unwavering belief aligns with the powerful law of attraction and hands you the keys to infinite wealth. It is really that simple.

But mere theory is cheap. In The Millionaire’s Brain, there are exercises throughout the e-book to reinforce your understanding, like affirmations, meditations, and many other little things you can implement effectively in your daily routine.

One of the bonuses, The Money Code, is rather intriguing because it focuses on financial success. Now it can be rather difficult for a layman to focus on financial details simply due to the technical jargon. But The Money Code is all straightforward and easy to understand on the concepts it seeks to code into the brain.

The other bonus is The Millionaire Mindset Suite. This is a package of brainwave entrainment audios which eases the mind and provides meditative music as you contemplate your mindset, its creation and affirmation to work to your favor.

I’ve read through countless self-help books in my time and I have to say that The Millionaire’s Brain is quite possibly one of the best, if not the best, personal success development product out there.

It is unbelievably comprehensive and in-depth, yet the concepts taught are so easy to understand and can be readily put into practice and action.

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Hence, I highly recommend Winter and Alvin’s The Millionaire’s Brain to you if you are determined about seeking the millionaire’s, or to be even more ambitious, the billionaire’s, success in your life!

Monday, September 1, 2014

Could you use more money?

If so, this can help.

There's actually not much of difference from people who struggle and live in poverty from those who are abundantly wealthy.

The rich just do something slightly different.


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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

6 tips for boosting your personal productivity

1. Do not multitask. Instead, focus on a single task for an allotted amount of time.

2. If your job comes with constant interruptions that demand your attention, take several deep breaths and then prioritize them.

3. Resist the urge to answer the phone every time it rings unless it's your boss.

4. If someone asks you to drop what you're doing to help with a problem, it's OK to tell them, "I'll be finished with what I'm doing in 10 minutes, then I'm all yours."

5. When you "get stuck" in a task, change your physical environment to stimulate your senses. Get up, take a walk outside, and look at the flowers and the birds. Change what you're seeing. Or turn on some relaxing music that makes you feel happy.

6. Delegate. Have compassion for yourself and reach out for help.

Source: Dr. Romie Mushtaq

Saturday, August 9, 2014

The secret to happiness revealed at last.

According to top speaker Brian Tracy, the key to happiness is to dedicate yourself to the development of your natural talents and abilities by doing it to the best of your abilities. "You can be happy only when you are living your life in the very best way possible," says Tracy.

Brian's action steps for achieving happiness: (1) define the activities you really love and enjoy, and (2) organize your life so you do more of them.

Source: Brian Tracy's Success Newsletter, 4/1/14

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

What Spiderman Can Teach You About Luck And Success by Bob Bly

In the movie Spiderman III, Flint Marko a.k.a. the Sandman tells his estranged wife, "I am not a bad person; I've just had bad luck."

Some people may think saying such a thing amounts to little more than making excuses.

But Marko did indeed have bad fortune: his young daughter was seriously ill.

Conversely some motivational speakers and self-help writers say that luck should not be a factor in your life or success, and that you are solely responsible for your life as it is.

And years ago, a high-powered executive in a TV commercial said with disdain when an employee wished him luck in an important meeting: "Luck is for rabbits."

To which I say: horse hooey.

Example: At a National Speakers Association meeting where I was also a speaker, I listened to a motivational speaker who said in his talk, "It's not the road; it's the runner."

The audience clapped in appreciation...except me. I sat stone-faced and offended.

I wanted to tell him, but didn't, that what he said was not true.

The more accurate statement would be: "It IS the road AND the runner."

Despite what positive thinkers tell you, luck is a huge factor determining the quality of your life, though certainly not the sole factor.

And luck, by definition, is beyond your control, which means much of the quality of your life (but not all) is beyond your control.

Sorry, but that's just the way it is.

The remedy is to exert control over those things you can in fact control, one of which is your reaction to your luck, bad or good.

W. Mitchell, Epictetus, and others have said words to the effect that "it's not what happens to you; it's how you handle it."

I disagree. I believe it IS what happens to you AND how you handle it.

If you have bad luck and are not handling it well, the quality of your life will suffer even more.

And maybe you want to seek some help, be it a psychotherapist, anti-depressants, a support group, a coach, or whatever.

But do not blame yourself or punish yourself because you feel you are not coping well.

You are doing the best you can at this time under the circumstances.

I urge you to seek the help I just mentioned so you can gradually do and feel better and better.

By the way, you should ruthlessly prune from your life anyone who criticizes the way you are coping and says they could do better if they were in your shoes.

You know and I know they most likely could not.

Remember, it's easy to criticize. But no one knows what you are facing or how difficult it is to handle unless they have been through the exact same thing. And 99.99% of people have not.

I close by quoting Stephen King from his new novel Mr. Mercedes: "Life is a crap carnival with shit prizes."

Bob Bly is the author of "World's Best Copywriting Secrets" and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him "America's top copywriter".

Monday, July 7, 2014

6 ways to stop making excuses and go for your goals

Business strategist Dan Waldschmidt offers 6 suggestions for jumping off the excuse train and forging the path to your goals.

1. Don't blame others for anything.

2. Stop working on things that just don't matter.

3. Do not wallow in self-doubt.

4. Ask yourself, "What can I do better next time?" And then do it next time.

5. Proactively take time to do things that fuel your passion.

6. Apologize to yourself and those around you for having a bad attitude. Do this once or twice and you'll snap out of your funk pretty fast.

Monday, June 16, 2014

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Friday, June 13, 2014

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