Personal happiness, professional success and financial freedom can be yours. But you have to let go of old beliefs and habits.
When you focus on your priorities, your consciousness changes. So do your habits, your actions, your outcomes and your quality of life.
Give me a weekend, and I will reprogram you for unending personal happiness, unlimited professional success and total financial freedom.
(Image Credit: chefranden http://www.flickr.com/photos/chefranden/) I've been in a pretty pensive mood over the last couple of days. I have been reflecting back on my own life - and the memories that I have come to cherish over the years. I have also been spending a...read more
I have been down with blepharitis for the last three days now. With antibiotics, both oral and topical, it's kind of going away - but it's very painful and uncomfortable. It's a minor thing for sure - but has been bothering me to an extent where my writing and...read more
I use Ever Note to keep track of all my web clippings. Works wonderfully well for me. Unfortunately when I am not using my own MacBook, I need something to keep track of pages and posts that I need to get back to later for clipping. That's where Instapaper comes in. I...read more
Was reading a post by Jon Morrow on Copyblogger. It's a pretty interesting post, that links back into his Guest Blogging program launch, The Three-Step Guide to Getting More Traffic by Writing Less. The three steps of the process that Jon lays down are: Step One:...read more
Nathan Hangen had a wonderful post a few days ago - Blog As If Your Life Depended On It. A couple of paragraphs from that post caught my attention: Blogging works in the same way that the Law of Attraction works. If you just keep doing what feels right, then good...read more
I got an email from the Minisite Frog folks - Brent Turner and Joe Temple which reads: Did you know that using a scanned in or 'handwritten' font to sign off from your salesletters can increase not only your credibility but also your sales? Whilst you're doing this...read more
A month has gone my since my first post here - and that was the post with which I launched Social Media Notebook. A month later - which saw 32 posts and 19 comments - Social Media Notebook is still going strong. I never expected a million visitors to drop by in the...read more