Success leaves clues!

Success, like failure, is not an accident. It happens on purpose, whether we strive to do so or not. There have been many books written about it, lectures and seminars given on it and yet even today many people are striving to find the key to lasting success. What is success? It has different meanings to different people. Consider the following; 1) Family - for some having a happy, functional family with universal acceptance is success 2) Health - for some being healthy each day is a sign of success 3) Wealth - to others, you are not successful if you are broke 4) Prestige - being recognized as a leader in your field is success to many. You have to determine your personal definition for suc

How Not To Blow It In Business

Being in business can be a great thing. It can afford you the opportunity to not only work for yourself but to accumulate wealth and riches you may never see working on a job. If we look at what has been happening in the world of business the last 15 years we see people who were in business and blew it. Some ran billion dollar companies yet in the end the company was shut down, thousands lost their jobs and many investors were wiped out. Here are some guidelines of things to not do if you want to remain in business; 1) Always remember how you got there in the first place - a lot of businesses are the result of sacrifice, blood, sweat and many tears. Once you get some success it helps to reme

More Principles That Will Increase Your Success

We began in Success Principles 101 with the foundation for success. Principle 101 was "take 100% personal responsibility for your life". In this segment we will explore how to do that more effectively. We continue that thought with this article. Our lives are the results of things that happen within us. Some of these things are good and others are bad. We don't always control the things that happen to us. But we can control the things that happen within us. We control how we will respond to the things (events, occurrences or whatever you want to call them). With each thing/event we respond. This determines how things will turn out for us. For example, if you find a $100 bill on the ground wa

The Best Job You Could Ask For

Once you are grown and on your own, undoubtedly you will need a job. The question is not whether or not you will find a job (given the state of our current economy it can be a challenge) but whether or not you will find the job you were created to do. We spend on average 40 hours a week working. Take the time to get to ready for work, the time to travel to and from our jobs and you could easily spend 50 plus hours a week just doing work related events. There are 168 hours in a week so about 1/3 of our time is spent centering around this thing we call "work". That being the case, we should try our best to have jobs that fulfill us. We need to be both challenged while performing our job and re

The Truth About Real Estate Gurus - Part II

If you watch TV you will see programs that deal with renovating real estate for sale ( Flip That House, Flipping Boston, Flip or Flop, Love It or List It, Property Brothers, Flipping Vegas to name a few). I like watching these programs and watching homes that were previously wrecked turned around and made nice. Real Estate Gurus use the success of these programs to "prey" upon an innocent public with promises of becoming rich in real estate. I find it sickening to think that many people have lost thousands of dollars on these classes and programs yet have not gotten a return on the investment. Let me tell you some of the things I find with this type of marketing to the public; 1) You can bec

The Truth About Real Estate Gurus - Part I

I have been involved in Real Estate for over 20 years. During that time I have been a Salesperson, Broker, Investor and owner of an office. At one time I have had 256 units under my management while renovating and flipping single family homes. With this experience I thought about going into the seminar business. I could teach people how to purchase property with no money down, how to renovate and sell single family homes or how to purchase apartment buildings. I have spent thousands of dollars on many seminars in the past and felt that I could do as good a job as most of those guys. Yet I didn't go that route. Why? Because I believe people are spending way too much money on these seminars an

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