Today I want to let you in on another great truism of success not often discussed.
Are you ready for it?
You sure?

You might not like it.
In fact, I am sure you won’t like it.
Because I don’t.
No great achiever does.
But it is a reality none-the-less.
Here it is... CONTINUE TO POST


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The Secret Source Code of Achievement

Today I am going to give you what I consider THE Secret Source Code of Achievement.
Most people won’t tell you this. Why?

Because one, they don’t know what’s REALLY running their motor. They THINK it’s for all these projected altruistic motives, but the REALITY is it is rooted in something much more raw and profound.

So I ask you, what do you think ignites motivation?
Come on now, I mean the REAL answer—not the cutesy ones written on motivational posters and coffee mugs.
Why do some people try so hard, fight so intensely and strive so vigorously?
Where do they get that passionate drive to achieve?

Are you ready for the truth? You sure? 
Okay, in truth it’s often because they are insecure, needy for attention and overcompensating for feelings of unworthiness and inadequacy... CLICK TO CONTINUE


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WOW Inspiration

Today and here in the US we celebrate Veteran’s day, a day to honor those courageous souls who put their life on the lines in order to protect their country. Veterans serve not only as a shining example of bravery, but also of inspiration, which I want to address in this week’s post.

In a culture that is obsessed with measuring talent and ability, we often overlook the importance of inspiration.

Inspiration has the power to propel us from a life of apathy to one of infinite possibility.  It can transform the mundane into the magnificent.
Inspiration is a powerful force in our lives.

But what exactly is inspiration and where does it come from and how can we get some?... CLICK HERE TO READ REST OF POST

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Dumbfound Your Competition: Get a HUGE Jumpstart on 2013

When I was in real estate I would acquire more new listings and generate more new escrows in the month of January (many times within the first two weeks) than 99% of Realtors did ALL YEAR.

How did I do it?

Those are the sneaky details I will give you in this article.

I am often asked for the fastest, most reliable pathway to success. Let me give you a formula that will guide you forevermore and lead you to extraordinary riches.


Observe what most everyone else is doing—and do the opposite.

Think about it. Most everyone else is unsuccessful.
Doing the opposite gives you the opposite result: success. 

That formula describes what Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and most every other superachiever you can think of used.
If everyone else is zigging—zag.

Now then, what do most people do during the month of December? Are people more focused and more productive or more distracted and lackadaisical? Are people working hard or hardly working?
You already know the answer.
That’s why you want to do the opposite.

This is when you can get ahead, WAY AHEAD and can take advantage of the mood of the season, rather than the mood of the season taking advantage of you.

I’ll explain.

Three December strategies to CRUSH IT in January ONE.

In real estate, the market dies in December. It’s the holidays, no one wants to have their house on the market, with people tromping through it and they are too busy buying Christmas gifts to think about buying a house. They don’t even have the time or interest to even meet with a Realtor in December. This kind of scenario might be true for you in your business too.

So what do you do?



What does…
  • a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
  • a functional family
  • life balance
  • …all have in common?

    They all sound nice, but don’t exist.

    As a follow-up to the Forgotten “Secrets” to Success and our decline of hard work ethic, one of the great misnomers I continually hear touted by toga-wearing “life coaches” is the idea of “life balance”. It’s malarkey (love that word!).

    There is no such thing. Just like everyone comes from a “dysfunctional family” (every family is dysfunctional – it has people in it), everyone’s life is also out of balance. Pursuing this illusion is only going to frustrate you (causing you to be even more imbalanced… and a little insane).

    Every life is out of balance; that’s life… and what happens in life? Shitake happens! And you have to ebb and flow with the changing tides, the shifting winds, the weather, the seasons, oncoming obstacles, etc.

    Life is in a constant state of flux. There are times when you need all hands on deck for tacking the boat to avoid collision and there are other times when you can go hang out in the galley and play cards with the boat on autopilot. Through it all you are always going to be changing the priority of your time and attention. You will always be off kilter and shifting your balance.

    Now don’t start throwing your meditation mats at me; of course we can’t sacrifice everything for the sake of any one thing. We have to constantly keep up our health, relationships, finances, spirituality and nurture of self during and through it all.

    But here is what I see happening: This illusive concept of “life balance” is... CLICK HERE FOR REST OF ARCTICLE


    The Perfect Storm: A Trifecta of Opportunity

    The new issue of SUCCESS hits newsstand today! This issue features our cover story with Richard Branson on Going for Bold. July is one of our most important issues. This is the month we focus on entrepreneurship, and it couldn’t be at a better time. While it might look like a tough time for the national or global economy, we are actually in the middle of the perfect storm for entrepreneurship. In fact, it is my prediction that 20 to 30 years from now we will look back longingly at these times and call this the greatest window of entrepreneurial opportunity of our lifetime. It is over the next 12-18 months that the wildly successful companies of tomorrow will be born or make their bold move. Candidly, this is no great prophecy. Did you know that 16 of the Dow 30 companies were started in a recession or depression? It’s true; these are companies like Procter & Gamble, Disney, McDonald’s, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson and others—once entrepreneurial startups, now the behemoths of industry. Let me help reinforce this point and build up your confidence on why now is the right time to strike out on your own. I call this the trifecta of opportunity for you as an entrepreneur. CLICK TO READ ENTIRE ARTICLE: