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Covert Persuasion Techniques Using the Law of Expectation

8 July 2011

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By Michael Lee     In this eye-opening article, I’ll reveal some astonishing persuasion techniques to help you persuade and influence people to do what you want.Ever heard of the expression “You get what you expect?” It’s a fact supported by a persuasion law known as expectation, and written below are 4 covert persuasion techniques […]

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Achieve Unstoppable Success by Finding Your Mojo

28 May 2011

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You are the only one that is living your life. You are the master, the sole proprietor, and guiding force for everything that is happening to you right now. Through the choices you make, and those you choose not to make, you have navigated through the maze of life to the point where you are now.

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The Importance of Motivation in Plain English

19 January 2011

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I recently read a statistic that said that 84% of employees say they could perform significantly better if they wanted to. Just think about that for a minute.

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Why You Should Use Motivating Words and Positive Self-Talk

18 January 2011

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Using motivating words and positive self-talk  helps you and your team achieve higher levels of personal achievement and motivation.   How is this so?  Consider that the only actions you will take are those emotionally driven, and the main driver of emotions are your thoughts.  People act from either avoidance of pain or seeking of pleasure.  […]

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Entrepreneurs Get Job Burnout Too

28 November 2010

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There is plenty of talk about job burnout in the marketplace addressing those in the corporate grind, but entrepreneurs are not immune.   Here are 4 important steps you can take to keep your spirits high: 1) Focus your energy on your goals. One of the most common causes of job burnout is frustration caused by lack […]

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Everything you need to know you learned from Dr Seuss

16 August 2010

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I ran across this long-forgotten quote today and just had to share it: You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. You are the guy who’ll decide where to go. – Dr. […]

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I Hate My Job: How Not to Live the Life of the Grey Men

23 July 2010

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I hate my job. How often do you say this to yourself? Maybe it’s time for you to push yourself to make some changes. So many people I’ve talked to tell me they get up in the morning, go to work, come home & watch TV, then go to bed. The next day they do […]

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