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How to put the right environmental factors in place so that you take willpower and motivation out of the equation and guarantee success

I’ve learned this past year from attempting to accomplish goals, that if you don’t do a fill on “blitz” on them, you’re unlikely to succeed. Being in…


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How to never look back while moving forward

I was in the middle of my workout yesterday and looking at myself in the mirror. I stood there, sweaty, and gazing at my dark red shirt with the “Indiana Hoosiers” logo on it. …


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It’s crucial now more than ever to step up to the plate

I get it. We’re all struggling with something. Not enough time, not enough skillsets, not enough knowledge, not enough resources, not enough power, the list goes on and on. Whether it’s our fault or not, “bad” and “inconvenient”…


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How to take a step back and look at things differently

As we’re getting into the last part of the year, what I’ve been thinking about lately is how simple life can really be. And there’s a quote I love by Jim Rohn when he says, “Don’t wish it were…


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We all want change in our lives- here’s how I guaranteed it.

I get distracted easily. Whether it’s through social media, friends texting me, checking e-mails or even my cats walking across my lap. This carried over to various goals I wanted to accomplish this year.

It was easy for…


Being successful can be too difficult.

That is why I’m going to layout what you shouldn’t do if you want to stay exactly where you are.

First of all, don’t listen to this quote by Rumi- “Live life as if everything is rigged in your favor.”

When we make that…


Being happy and successful is difficult.

We all know to have happiness and success you obviously have to be a genius, born into a wealthy family and have natural talent that allows you to be instantly amazing at everything you do. Right?

You have to be lucky all the time…


After reading an article by Tony Stubblebine yesterday, it talked about the importance of breaking larger tasks into small ones. Just like if you know you need to cry today because of stubbing your toe or too much pressure to succeed, focus on several tears throughout the day rather than…


When you speak, people will listen. This is a phrase that should have been ingrained into us all as children so that there are more levels of mutual respect for each other. When I was growing up as the oldest child I was called the “Meg” of the family. Because…


After talking with Shane yesterday he talked about the importance of being desireless and yet excellent. Not desireless as in nobody wanting you but desireless towards other things around you. If we can have a zen mindset to consistently practice and be the best at our craft while not worrying…

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