SUPERHERO MENTALITY

By Hernani Alves

by Hernani Alves, author of “Balanced Accountability: 3 Leadership Secrets to Win Hearts and Maximize Performance“ Steve Young, the former NFL player and MVP of Super Bowl XXIX, threw 202 interceptions in his career. That’s 202 opportunities he had to receive backlash from fans, critics, coaches, and teammates. No man is an island so he could have probably handed his teammates some strong n

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The "Sprint And Rest" Secret To Getting Anything (Everything) Done

By Ed Rush

The “Sprint And Rest” Secret To Getting Anything (Everything) Done Let’s get right to the point. You have access to the most powerful book on the Planet. (I am biased but it doesn’t mean I’m not right :0 ). So if you have the 21 Day Miracle book (and you should) then by now, you should have launched your own 21 Day Miracle, changed yourself, and changed the world. Now…if you’

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It's All About The Way You Communicate - LinkedIn August 2017

By Janice Fortman

Have you had a conversation with someone personally or professionally and they misunderstood what you meant? Your verbal communication and your non-verbal communication may not match. The belief is that 55% of communication is body language, 38% is the tone of voice, and 7% is the actual words spoken. People watch your face when you are speaking and take cues about how they should react or fee

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Stand Out In Your Market as a Female Entrepreneur - Woman Entrepreneur Magazine

By Janice Fortman

Find your niche and be unique. What are others not doing to meet the needs in your niche? In order to compete with other entrepreneurs, don't think outside of the box, think that there is no box! Throw fear of failure out of the window and allow yourself to say yes to opportunities, even though you may not have the expertise or the experience yet. Dream big and focus on success.  You must be auth

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What It Means Being An Entrepreneur - Global Achievers Magazine

By Janice Fortman

I have always thought that being an entrepreneur was an easy goal to achieve.  By my thinking it was to  have a good idea, and selling it to people. After all, when you come up with a great idea, you always think that it is the best idea ever.  What I didn’t realize was that it would take hard work, sacrifice, commitment, faith, and a strong belief in your idea, to make your vision or dream c

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Become A Visionary Leader - Braveheart Women Publication

By Janice Fortman

A visionary can be a person with a vivid imagination. They are usually open minded and have a positive attitude. They are creative, innovative, futuristic, transformational, empowering, and can motivate and inspire.They usually think outside of the box and are not afraid of change. They can come from all walks of life, all races, all ages and either both male and female . Artists, engineers, auth

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Are You A “Talker” Or A “Doer?”

By Tim Shurr

Hello Achiever! Ever wonder why I refer to YOU as an “Achiever?” Because your Mindset is more important than any other factor when it comes to goal attainment.  Most of my clients achieve their goals…eventually. Some goals require a larger investment of time and action and it’s your mindset that keeps you going. Of course, I want ALL my clients to succeed. Yet, over the 24 years

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Do You Have These 5 Leadership Blind Spots?

By Tim Shurr

Blind spots. We all have them, and yet, it’s challenging to recognize and upgrade them on your own because we can’t see them. Hence the word “blind.” Peak performance coach, Scott McFall, once said, “You can’t see the label when you’re in the bottle!” Blind spots refer to negative or self-sabotaging behaviors that leaders don’t notice in themselves, but are apparent to those the

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6 Ways Mesmerizing Leaders Quickly Build Trust!

By Tim Shurr

More than half of employees worldwide, 63% according to the Edelman Trust Barometer, do not trust their leaders. Also, many employees do not believe in either the competencies or values of their fellow employees. This blatant lack of mistrust is what creates silos, disrespectful communication, and the departmental finger-pointing that weakens productivity and morale in the workplace. As a busi

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Cryptocurrencies: The Brutal Truth for Newbies!

By Keith Herman

Don’t listen to the naysayers! If, you can read and follow basic directions you have a very realistic chance at making a fortune with cryptocurrencies with just a small investment. Scrutinizing the landscape reveals the average ICO (similar to a public offering of an early stage company) returned over 1,320%. This means a $1,000 investment returned on average $13,200. Had you invested $1,000 i

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