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Put Me In, Coach, I’m Ready to Play

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The Power and Potential of a Great Coach The line of my title this week is of course a cliché from many old sports movies, and was even the chorus for a hit Grammy-winning song by John Fogerty: (Click Below To Listen) But in the 21st Century, a coach is about much more than training athletes or […]

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Wayne Dyer Lives On

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You’re Never Really Gone When Your Words Live On Wayne Dyer has shuffled off this mortal coil. I always wanted to use that term in a sentence. But when I did a livestream video on Periscope about Wayne Dyer on Friday (which you can watch HERE), I realized that for most people, Wayne is still […]

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Collaboration Consciousness

A New Approach to Life By an Old Loner As many other writers are and have been, I am basically a loner. I enjoy my own company, almost never feel lonely for the company of others, and find I can do a lot of creating in total isolation. That being said, I have enjoyed many […]

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A Prosperous Treasure Hunt

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The Immense Power of Quotes Often Ignored Like so many things right in front of us, we often take quotes for granted, which is why I invented Quotercises and have a whole chapter in MoneyLove 3.0 called QuoteLove. Sure, we all have favorite quotes, and we may enjoy reading them, posting them on our walls, […]

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Turnaround Is Fair Play, But Even More Powerful If…..

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Another Triumph Over Adversity For the third time in the eighteen months I’ve been in Panama, Tuesday night I took an overnight express bus to arrive at the border exit at Paso Canoas at 5:45.  The windows didn’t open until 7am. My first hassle began then as you get a cursory luggage search before presenting […]

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The Facebook Study Can Be Useful

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Confirming The Power of Words For many years I (and many others) have been citing the immense power the words we hear and read have–with a tremendous effect on our consciousness.  This is one of the reasons, even as a former broadcast journalist, I have suggested watching, listening, or reading the news every day can […]

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A Novel Approach

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A More Powerful Brain From Reading Fiction On my latest Moneylove Club audio, I talk about some secrets of success that folks might find shocking, or at least unexpected and surprising. One of these is something I have actually been advocating for thirty-some years:  The regular reading of fiction in addition to any nonfiction one […]

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7 REAL CLASSICS

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When It Comes To Books, Are You A Reader or a Faddist? This post was inspired by one I put on Facebook this morning: So many self development books are being published now that there is a real danger. As new readers come along, they may believe in the cult of the new, not realizing […]

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A Dangerous Deficiency

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An Essential Success Skill Is Being Lost I’m referring to writing. In a recent article on prosperity conscious principles, I talked about my belief that the best writing comes when the writer is able to speak directly into the keyboard as if he or she were having a conversation with the reader. I was assuming, […]

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A Different Use for Facebook

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Get Away From Facebook’s Herd Mentality Most people exhibit an amazing lack of originality and imagination in the ways they use Facebook. They talk about what they had for lunch, or how cute their kids, cats, dogs are. Or they quote someone else’s pithy remark, or share a video clip, or invite friends to join […]

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