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Archive for July, 2010

Harvard Business School and Yale Studies Hogwash

I can’t say for sure where I first read about the Harvard Business School study that was done with one of the graduating classes where they followed up with them 20 years later and discovered that 95% of those graduates who wrote their goals down after graduating achieved their goals. And for those graduates that […]

University On Wheels

Make Your Car a University On Wheels!! One of the things I remember from one of the Brian Tracy programs I listened to was his suggestion of making your car a university on wheels.  For those that have a long commute this is an excellent idea and I highly recommend using your time on your […]

Working Your Goal

In my post on the Goal Writing Blue Print I outlined the steps that a person needs to take in setting and achieving a goal. The 5th step of the Goal Writing Blue Print is to “Plan”. Part of the plan in achieving a major goal is to break the goal down into smaller goals […]

As A Man Thinketh

BY JAMES ALLEN Author of “From Passion to Peace” Mind is the Master power that moulds and makes, And Man is Mind, and evermore he takes The tool of Thought, and, shaping what he wills, Brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills:— He thinks in secret, and it comes to pass: Environment is but […]

Control Your Thoughts For Continous Improvement

In order to always be continuously improving we have to be constantly aware of our thoughts to make sure we are staying focused on the positive. Continuous Improvement in our lives will not occur if we allow ourselves to think negative thoughts.  To succeed in life and move ourselves from where we are now to […]

The Goal Setting Blue Print

The Goal Setting Blue Print A personal and professional development resource, a resource on continuously improving you, wouldn’t be complete without a thorough section on Goal Setting. Although, most of the experts will encourage you not to re-invent the wheel when you set out to do something I typically prefer to not stick to what […]