Monthly Archives: May 2011

Visualization: You’re Doing It Wrong

It’s what you’re supposed to do, right? It’s what all the self-development gurus tell you?

The problem is … this kind of visualization doesn’t work. Even worse, it can actually work against you. Continue reading

15 of the Best Motivational Quotes

Below are 15 of the best motivational quotes. I hope you enjoy:

A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere.

Joyce A. Myers Continue reading

10 Ways to Rediscover Your Creativity

But as we become adults, most of us let “reality” put us in straight-jackets. We let our thinking get into a rut, and allow our beliefs to become fixed and inflexible. If we’re lucky, we’ll find some kind of outlet, through our work or hobbies that will let us flex our creative muscles. Continue reading

The Art Of Mind Control

Your mind avoids failure at all costs.

Now let’s pretend I was your boss and said you had to do the puzzle or you’d lose your job. Would you do it then?


But then again it would depend on how important your mind felt the job was and if the reward was worth the risk. Continue reading

Are You Talking Yourself Into Failure?

You’re trying to do too much, you’re trying to be too many things, and you’re trying to have more than you need.

Put it all together and you have a sure-fire recipe for overwhelm. Continue reading

6 Expert Ways to Maximize Your Social Capital

Social capital is generated when you invest in your relationships, by being as valuable as you possibly can be in your network. That means knowing and recommending others, and becoming engaged in your networks so that you’re seen as an invaluable resource. Continue reading