What makes you think you are right? Have you ever gotten into an argument with a person who believes they are always right? My hand is raised! You know what? I say, make new friends! Can’t get away from someone who thinks they are always right? Don’t get rattled, there are things we can do

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This morning I found out that I weigh the same as my personal trainer. We’re roughly the same height as well, and numbers don’t lie, so we’re the same, right? Well, almost. I’ve just got a little more…abdominal muscle. The fact of the matter is that I’ll probably never be as strong as my trainer.

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The most valuable painting in the world, The Mona Lisa, was valued at 100 million dollars back in 1962. In today’s dollars, that’s nearly a billion dollars. While they’ve put a value on it for insurance purposes, it’s not for sale. It’s priceless. It’s a neat painting, but honestly, I’d have a tough time parting

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I left work at 5:01 PM yesterday, a rarity for me. Pulling out of the parking lot, I realized I was stuck in a traffic jam, at least as bad as traffic gets in Springfield, Illinois. Raised in the country where the nearest neighbor lived a mile away, I hate traffic with a passion. While

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No, I got it. I have it. Please; I don’t need your help. Rewind. Think back to how many times these words flowed out of your mouth. I always turned down help as a younger person. Pride, a lone wolf mentality and a certain arrogance prevented me from getting help. I loved doing things solo.

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If you feel investing money in coaching or a course feels expensive now, imagine how expensive spending money on the coach or course will feel 5 years in the future when you are still struggling, depressed and unhappy? I observed a scenario recently from a well-meaning but scared entrepreneur which plays out quite often. I

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I just checked one of my income streams for the day. I made $5.45 cents yesterday. Cool. I feel grateful. I feel grateful for zero. I feel grateful for life. The more grateful I am, the easier it has become to make money. But years ago, I robbed myself. I thought scarcity; never had enough.

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An interesting Facebook Memory popped up in my main feed. 6 years ago today, I stepped into a cage with three 400 pound tigers in Thailand. This moment was about the most terrifying experience in my life. Each tiger was raised around humans and bonded with their handlers, Well-fed, sleek and satiated, the tigers were

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My daughter recently posted that she will miss cheerleading and band as she leaves high school. It’s another sign that she’s coming to a close on this first chapter of her life as she approaches graduation. Yes, You’ll Miss This Yes, Lauren, you’re going to miss this, just like I’m going to miss being at

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