We don’t live in the Information Age; we live in the Information Overload Age. There is simply too much information: too many interruptions, too many channels, too many emails for us to handle on a Read More >>
Traditional success coaches are big advocates of “affirmations” – repeating statements that you’d like to be true. For example, a classic “affirmation” is: “I am rich.” Okay. Try it. Say “I am rich.” What just Read More >>
When I discovered “success anorexia” and Afformations in 1997, I knew that I had finally found my Because – the reason I was here on Earth: to teach people how to stop keeping themselves from Read More >>
If you’ve been to a “motivational” seminar or heard someone talk about success in, say, the last 10 years, you’ve probably heard the “Bamboo Story.” The Bamboo Story goes something like this… “The Bamboo is Read More >>
There are only two ways to go through life: coming from Love and coming from Fear. Coming from Fear simply means believing in “not enough” — that there’s not enough money, not enough opportunity, not Read More >>
My fiancee Babette and I recently rented the “Karate Kid” movie starring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan.
She really really wanted to see it, but I was pretty sure it was going to be cheeseball. I never saw the original, and was fine with missing this remake.
Customers are the lifeblood of your business. Without customers — people who buy your product or service — you really don’t have a business, do you? Duh!
Americans spend over 11 billion dollars a year on “self-help” products. But I call it shelf-help — because that’s where most of it goes… on the shelf, along with all the similar products they’ve bought.
You know what an “affirmation” is. It’s a statement of something you want to be true. Advocates believe that repeating affirmations over and over again helps you change the way you think and, thus, make positive things happen in your life.