Who Would be Most Likely to Buy Bread?

A hungry person, obviously. See, a friend of mine is in the middle of launching a new business venture: I forget what the process is called, but the idea is that he creates full-surround photos of physical products. That way, a buyer can zoom, rotate, pan and tilt the photo, and gets to see the […]

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The One Decision to Never Ever Make

… is the decision that you’re not ready to implement. You might decide to finally step up to the plate in your business, but if your family circumstances or the dayjob you have simply don’t allow you, all you do is frustrate yourself. If you want to lose weight and decide to finally go to […]

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Confucius Say: Man Who Hunt Unicorn, Never Eat

Jim Rohn famously said: “Your level of success will seldom exceed your level of personal development because success is something you attract by the person you become.” Sounds like a man after my heart, this Mr. Rohn. Except for the ‘attract’ bit, because you don’t attract success: you create it, one step at a time. […]

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What’s the Gap?

What’s your definition of ‘made it!’? Meaning, your big, fulfilling goal, the one that matters most – the ultimate grade of accomplishment? Take a note, write it down on the right side of a sheet of paper. Next, what’s your current situation like, in terms of how well on your way you are to getting […]

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Martial Arts for the Mind? You Bet…

Amazing to see what a human can do, given proper persistent training. Especially when you look at extreme sports, or martial arts. The jumps people make, the ultra-fast response times, breaking stone by hand… Or Bruce Lee’s one-inch punch – which might have been staged to some degree, but even accounting for the part, it’s […]

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What’s Your Biggest Struggle?

I’m genuinely curious to know. Because that free Calibrate Reality webinar I’m creating, that’ smeant  to properly help you. And the more I know what my readers find challenging in life or business, the more I’ll be able to create something that solves the problem for you. So help us out here: what’s your biggest […]

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Excellent Servant, Terrible Master (How to Get Out of Your Head Quick Smart)

A mind is a wonderful thing to have. It can remember things, create ideas, think through problems and solve them, design goals and the plans to get them to manifest… lovely stuff. Not quite as lovey though, is its tendency to dominate. Like a dictator, ready to stage a coup any moment it gets a […]

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A Life as Beautiful, Rich, Creative and Giving-based as Mine? Become a Surgeon

Took a long time, hard work, and lots of tough choices, but life has become rather swell for me over the years. Pretty damn perfect, in fact. (Side note: like that photo here – I had just written my email, went to the beach for a plate of fish, and it just so happened that […]

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Never Get Good at the Small Tasks

In any given day or week, how many of your tasks and activities should actually not be done by you? Unless you have a team working with (and even if you do), there’s going to be a ton of things that need to be done, but they’re the little things, the day-to-day. Scheduling posts, filing […]

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The Person Most Likely to Win in a Fist Fight is…

Listened to an audiobook the other day, on how to coach athletes. Not that I plan to become a sports coach, but coaching is coaching, and I figured it would be useful for improving my own coaching practice with some different perspectives. At some point, the author was talking about sports like mixed martial arts, […]

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