Reach Your Full Potential: The World is Counting on You

reaching your full potentialThe world needs you to work toward reaching your full potential.

Whether you realize it or not, no one else has your unique mix of personality, gifts, talents, abilities, interests, passions, life experiences, dreams, goals, hurts, failures, learnings, etc.

Add these all up, and you are one unique and gifted individual — full of ability, experience and potential which can help make this world a better place.

We need you to be all you were meant to be!


Because, as Zig Ziglar says:

“You are the only person on earth who can use your ability.”

Do you have a plan to help you reach your full potential and be all you were created to be?

If not, check out this article to help you get started: How to reach your full potential.

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Are You Sitting on a Million Dollar Idea?

What's your million dollar idea?I believe everyone has a million-dollar idea inside of them that could change the world and earn them a significant income.

Have you found your idea yet?

Thomas Edison said “Ideas are waiting to be discovered.”

And speaking of idea discovery, Albert Szent-Gyorgi explains that “Discovery lies in seeing what everyone sees, but thinking what no one else has thought.”

Don’t think you have to have an original idea, or that you can’t do something because someone else has already thought of it or is doing it.

No one else has your thoughts about the subject, or your unique experiences that can be brought to bear on the idea.

And chances are good that no one else is taking action on the idea anyway, or at least in the way you’d do it yourself.

Few people take real and sustained action on their ideas, to see them through from start to profit, causing one observer to say: “The capacity to do something with an idea is what distinguishes a leader from others.”

Everyone’s got an idea. Few make it personal. Fewer make it happen.

What will you do with your idea? What’s one step you can take this week to make it a reality?

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Are you harnessing the power of TODAY?

Motivational speaker Stephen Pierce says:

“The difference between what you had yesterday and what you’ll have tomorrow is hidden in what you do today.”

I know, today is just one day, right?  But it is the day you have right now.

Yesterday has passed.  And there’s no guarantee of a tomorrow.

All we have is today.

Today can be spent on come-what-may.  Or it can be invested toward your worthwhile goals and dreams.

So…what’s one thing you can do TODAY to help you reach your preferred future tomorrow?

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The Big Difference Between Success & Failure

I don’t know about you, but I used to always think there was a huge difference between success and failure…between people who succeeded in what they wanted in life, and those who failed.

Today, through my own experience and observation, I’ve realized the big difference between success and failure is really very small and subtle.

Jim Rohn explains it this way:

“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day; while failure is simply a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. It is the accumulative weight of our disciplines and our judgments that leads us to either fortune or failure.”

When I pause to reflect on my own life, in light of this quote, I know Jim Rohn is correct. What about you? [Read more…]

Personal Growth Lessons from Steve Jobs

Personal growth lessons from Steve JobsApple founder Steve Jobs will long be celebrated for revolutionizing several industries, including personal computers, digital publishing, music, animated movies, phones, and tablet computing.

While I’m a devoted Apple fan and iPhone, iPod and Mac user, what’s more interesting to me than what Jobs did in his life was how he did it.  In other words, what were the factors that helped him become the success that he was?

I’ve read several articles about Jobs over the last few days since his death, and uncovered some interesting personal growth life lessons we can learn from his life. [Read more…]

Feeling Overwhelmed by Social Media?

Overwhelmed by social mediaDo you ever feel overwhelmed by social media and find it hard to keep up with the people you follow on Facebook and Twitter?  You’re not alone!

Two famous people I follow on Twitter, Michael Hyatt and Chris Brogan, recently declared Twitter bankruptcy.

In other words, they decided to unfollow everyone they had been following on Twitter, because their Twitter stream had become too overwhelming.

Both of them had over 100,000 followers, which meant they were unable to keep up with the people they really wanted to keep up with.  And, they were getting a ton of spammy direct messages on Twitter, which they had to cull through every day. [Read more…]