Author Archives: M. A. Tohami

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triumph

8 Lessons From Mama About Success In Life and Business

To leave a legacy in business, Tim believes that you should build a business that offers high quality products or services to a large number of people, and then that business could be either sold or passed on to your children. The most important thing is to build a business that doesn’t die, when you die. You need to build a business that can go on without you. r

beliefs

7 Great Ways To Have Empowering Beliefs

Over the years we develop empowering beliefs and limiting beliefs. Our success in life is determined by whichever is dominant. Those with dominant empowering beliefs achieve more, suffer less and make a significant contribution, while those with dominant limiting beliefs achieve less, suffer more and do nothing of much significance. r

change

How To Take Advantage of The Age of Choices: 5 Great Ways

A decade ago, there were probably two ways to live your life. You either choose the safe path of entering the corporate world, or look for a BIG fund (and a BIG risk) to start your own business.

You had limited choices back then. r

happiness

5 Tips To Do Work You Love While Supporting a Family

There is no doubt that we all aim for: Freedom and Joy.

We are all seeking freedom of choice and having continuous joyful experiences. Most people live in pain because they are deprived of one or both.

For example, you’re hungry to quit a job you hate and start doing what you love. r

problem solving

7 Things To Do About What You Can’t Fix

The circle of influence includes anything that is directly under your control. These are the things that you can actually change or do something about. For example, you can simplify your life, decrease your needs and start saving a year’s worth of living expenses as a backup for any unexpected layoffs. r

how to find balance

Sho Yano’s Secret: How Do You Balance Life and Work?

Trying to separate work from life means that your work doesn’t match with your passion and purpose in life. It doesn’t represent who you truly are or what you want to be. It means that you’re selling your life at work to earn a few bucks at the end of each month. And you don’t even have time or energy to spend what you make on any pleasure you wish. r