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7 Ways to Reignite Your Motivation

7 Ways to Reignite Your Motivation

It is safe to assume that you are a personal development and self-growth enthusiast, or you wouldn’t be visitng this site. You must also be a go-getter with at least one major goal in your life. Is that right? I can almost see you nodding in agreement. If so, you are surely familiar with the […]

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Creative Problem Solving

Do you know how to engage in creative problem solving? How many times have you caught yourself thinking that your problem has no viable solution? How many times have you said that trying to find a solution to your problem just leads you to a dead end? Have you felt trapped and stuck knowing that the problem laying before […]

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systemize your success

Systemize Your Success

Your daily activities and habits must be in harmony with your life goals for you to achieve what you want. This is an effective way to systemize your success. Brain researchers claim that between 90-95% of all human behavior is habitual which means we literally perform most activities without really thinking about them. Without a system to […]

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Five Factors of Personal Development

Five Self-Growth Factors for Success

There are five self-growth factors for success which are a vital part of any personal development path. Understanding them is essential to facilitate your self-improvement as well as for achieving your goals. I like to separate these in two groups: One group has three factors that must be pursued consciously and on purpose. The second group has […]

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The Making of a Leader

Last Updated On: June 5, 2017 Many of us who are on a personal development path have a handful of favorite authors and speakers. We choose them over many others because they share their know-how in a way that resonates with us at the personal level. Moreover, some of them have a special gift, that of communicating as […]

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Enhance Your Learning

Have you ever found yourself feeling bored while studying or learning a new skill? Who hasn’t, right? Sometimes just going through the learning process can feel ‘heavy‘ or leave you feeling indifferent, lethargic, unfulfilled, and even frustrated. The problem with this situation is twofold. On one hand, as you feel discouraged you end up putting things aside, leaving you without […]

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Learn Your Life Purpose in 5 Minutes

Up until a generation ago, life purpose was not one of the topics you’d hear about often in conversation. Happily or unhappily, most people used to go through the motions of life, without questioning a thing, knowing that something was expected from them, and that it was their duty to fulfill “whatever that was” regardless […]

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Get the Most Out of Life

Have you ever noticed that those who get the most out of life – and thus, the best results – are usually those who are willing to do what it takes and go the proverbial ‘extra mile’ by giving their dreams and goals their best shot? For instance, my youngest son loves basketball and his dream is […]

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Together Everyone Achieves More

You’ve heard about it… T.E.A.M. stands for Together Everyone Achieves More! And, I’m here to attest that when there is collaboration between individuals in a group which has the same intent or goal, things turn out better and faster than when working by oneself. This reminds me of a tale that my dad used to tell […]

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Creativity for Problem Solving

Most of us have experienced complex situations that require a special insight to get resolved; one that goes beyond the usual problem solving strategies, where you describe the problem first and analyze it later. Now, don’t get me wrong. Problem solving techniques do work, and can be very helpful. It is important to define the problem, and ask […]

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