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Free Advice From Albert Einstein


What If You Could Ask Anyone For Help?Have you ever noticed how sometimes you are at your most creative when you are interacting with another person? You and your friend or acquaintance feed off of each other's ideas and help each other clarify things. Well what about those times when you are alone, or you have no one you wish to share your ideas with? What can you do then to stimulate creative thought and to find elegant solutions to your problems? You could try talking to Albert Einstein.

Mindfulness and Multiple Intelligences: 8 Ways to Pay Attention


How are you smart?Let me count the ways.Harvard professor Howard Gardner was the first to describe the concept of Multiple Intelligences.

Dont Settle


Settling is about not embracing what is best for you, and accepting what you really don't want. When you settle, you accept less than you deserve.

Dont Be Jealous - Be Inspired


When we see people do things we cannot do, or have things we don't have, it might be tempting to be a little jealous. But, jealousy doesn't lead to anything except resentment, and that isn't going to help you.

Viewpoints - Communication Destruction Or....


Viewpoints! Everyone has them and they are personal. However, when you believe that only your view is correct, you shut out other people and do not listen to the facts they are giving.

Going On a Mental Diet


Diets are always in style. Every time you turn around, someone is coming out with a new and improved diet.

Not Blind, Just No Vision


Helen Keller once remarked that there was one thing she knew of that was worse than being blind; it was to be able to see but have no vision.In case you do not know the story of Helen Keller, she was less than two years old when she suddenly came down with a fever that left her unconscious.

Living In The Now


I hope you are sitting down as you read this! You cannot begin to work on this kind of subject without addressing the subject of time itself - and when was the last time you did that?There are three basic areas or modules of time that are most commonly referred to:1)The Past2)The Present3)The FutureWhat I would like to do is have you work out where the "present" is though. In the time it has taken you to read just those last few words, that space in time that we might refer to as the present has gone.

Is Coaching For You?


More and more people have less and less time, but have greater demands both personally and professionally. This situation has resulted in the emergence of personal coaching within four basic areas: Financial, Physical or Fitness, Life or Career and Executive Performance.

Nothing is left to Chance


You are going to meet a very important client for lunch. What do you do? If you are anything like Anna the first job is to ensure the outside you is perfect, well dressed, matching clothes, clean shoes, washed in your favourite soaps, perfume.

What is the Success Lesson in this Story?


One of my clients gave me permission to tell you his story.Jim called me 9 months ago and asked for help.

Im Gonna Die MY Way


My wife says I have the strangest taste in movies. You see, there are movies I can watch again and again, which she couldn't sit through once.

Context is King!


If you've been around the Internet for more than two hours, you've probably heard someone say it or write it. If you haven't, you will.

Becoming An Information Filter And A Knowledge Sponge


As the title states, "Become an Information Filter and a Knowledge Sponge." On your daily journey to achieve your WHY, you will travel through many different avenues and sometimes you will ask yourself, "Why do I need to meet this person or experience this situation?" The key is to truly understand that you must become an information filter and use your personal God-given filters -- your eyes and your ears.

That Little Bit Of Extra


The "little bit extra" is a very powerful concept to put into practice today in every aspect of your life. The difference between being ordinary and being extraordinary is that little bit EXTRA.

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