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How do you define success?

How do you define success?

>People like Richard Branson come to mind when we refer to wealth, he says “that success is about happiness,” Warren Buffet values relationships above all else and Maya Angelou believed that success is about enjoying your work.

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Winning in tough times

Winning in tough times

Stop sweating the small stuff is another great lesson. When life is tough and circumstances are not as they should be, cut yourself some slack.

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Your past is not your future

Your past is not your future

I was determined that I would love my life, I would explore the world. I would take up challenges, I would be a different kind of parent. I would create memories. I would not work the 40 year plan and die broke, taking all my dreams to the grave with me. lities.

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Practical ways to give your self-esteem a boost

Practical ways to give your self-esteem a boost

In my experience, over years of working with literally thousands of people, everyone suffers with some degree of poor self- esteem. Outwardly people ooze self – confidence but if you had to dig deep even the most secure person on occasion questions their abilities.

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Creativly avoiding conflict

Creativly avoiding conflict

So often conflict in the home, at the office, on the school playground and almost anywhere else, could be avoided if we looked to understand each other as individuals, as opposed to finding fault

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Fight for your life

Fight for your life

As a boxer, there is no other way to win than to fight for victory. Whether you win, lose, or draw as long as you’ve fought your best then you have achieved success. We all have an inherent nature of fighting within us. How we apply this skill is what determines the course of your life

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Have you made a real decision

Have you made a real decision

So how do we know we have made a Real Decision? How do we know we have really made up our minds to do something different with our lives? What prompted us to make this major decision? Were we forced into making a decision or were we just sick and tired of being tired? Who impacted our decision?

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Poor thinking is a mindset

Poor thinking is a mindset

We are so often conditioned in life to think in a literal, emotional or logical way. When we read or see something we internalise it and then put our meaning to it. Our perception is our reality or our truth. Think about the following statement, “If you were born poor that is not your fault, if you die poor it is your fault”.

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Creatively avoiding conflict

Creatively avoiding conflict

BY TRACY HUTCHINS I’m very passionate about a word and that word is, “Perception”. So often conflict in the home, at the office, on the school playground and almost anywhere else, could be avoided if we looked to understand each other as individuals, as opposed to...

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Take Accountability and Take Back Your Power

Take Accountability and Take Back Your Power

A biographer made up the story about George Washington confessing to cutting down the cherry tree. Yet, it's easy to believe based on his character.  The story has also been useful for generations of parents as an example of taking accountability. As a child, you...

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