Friday, March 19, 2010

Stay Focused on Your Dreams

by Jack Canfield

“When you’re up to your ass in alligators, it’s hard to remember that your initial objective was to drain the swamp!”

I just spent a day conducting my Success Principles Workshop for 200 unemployed men and women sponsored by the Workforce Institute in San Jose, California.

It was a very revealing day.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

How Gracious are You?

by Jan Janzen

It´s easy to be in a good mood when things are going well. It´s natural to be polite when people are polite to you. And it´s a piece of cake to live from spiritual principles when you´re “in the zone”.

I also know that there are times when I am what I call “consciously unconscious” and I don´t give a damn. Those are the times when I know I am being stubborn, selfish, judgmental and even though I know it; I´m not open to changing. It´s those times when I realize how far I still have to go in my own spiritual development. Perhaps you know only too intimately what I am talking about.

It´s why I continue to admire the people here in Guatemala. The only word that even comes close to describing them is gracious. I have never described any culture as gracious but it seems the most appropriate in describing these absolutely beautiful people.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Finding Opportunities in Any Economy

by Jack Canfield

Your own beliefs and behaviors are great predictors of your success than any fluctuation in the marketplace. Even when the newspapers splash the word recession across the front page, you can write your own success story.

Master the Art of “Inverse Paranoia”