2008-04-27

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Secret To Creating Wealth

The secret to creating wealth is that there is no secret. Or, if there is a secret, it was `out' as soon as people started using the Internet. It isn't hard to find the secrets that have generated wealth for generations, in all cultures, and all countries.

The first secret is to remember that money is not a measure of wealth. Money is only the measure of who is winning the game. That is easy to say if you have it. For most work at home business owners, money is the defining element between enjoying life and struggling to pay bills.

Secret One: Motivation

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Reach Higher!

Oftentimes we just don't want to hear it. Some of us surround ourselves with a solid wall to prevent it from penetrating while others actually seek it out. What is this mysterious 'it?' It's Feedback — observations and insights provided by people who care that help us grow into more tomorrow than we are today.

I often say to clients, friends and associates: "I wish you could see yourself the way others see you."

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An African Lion Safari Is A Once In A Lifetime Adventure

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You may be quite appalled to know that the African lion is heading towards extinction. This king of the jungle and a symbol of strength are on the endangered list and a reason for this bad news is that many African nations are in a hurry to implement new technologies which is whittling away the habitat of the African lion which has brought both man and beast into conflict with one another.

Seeing The Mighty Beast In Action Will Be Awesome

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Do You Love You?

I so enjoy new clients who tell me: 'My spouse knows me better than I know myself." This tells me two things. First, they have chosen a life partner willing to dedicate time and intense effort to get to know who they are, and then fall in love with this person they've discovered. Second, my eager new client likely has self-discovery work in their future.


It Is Possible to Balance Your Work and Your Personal Life

According to a recent survey by the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC), 53% of business executives have not achieved a satisfactory work/life balance. 46% replied that their balance worsened in the past five years.


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