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Totally Transforming Your Life Takes Time


Transforming your life…I mean really transforming into a life you truly want takes time. Unfortunately that is not the main message that is circulating. A few blog posts ago I posted one of my pet peeves within the self-improvement industry – the quick fix – and how this message is pumped-out in abundance.  It is wrongly

Boost Your Results With My PowerGrid Tool (No Opt-in)


In today’s post I am giving away my PowerGrid performance tool so you can seriously boost your results. This powerful tool can be used in conjunction with almost anything you want to improve. Whether you are an athlete who wants to increase your results or a sales executive wanting to close more deals, this tool

performance and what we learn from garcia

3 Vital Lessons We Can Learn From Garcia Winning The Masters


You don’t have to be a golf fan to take some positives away from Sergio Garcia winning The Masters in Augusta yesterday. In fact you don’t even have to like sport full stop. And you can take it from me, having not picked up a golf club for over 13 years, there will be no

3 Ways To Test Your Levels of Belief


You work hard and you are passionate and committed about what you want. Well, I hope you are. If you are not at that stage yet, I will presume you have a dream or a goal to make your life, business or results better than they are now. Maybe you would like more time, money or

Either Change or Face the Alternative


Quite often I blog about change. Not change for change’s sake but change in the sense of growing or moving out of circumstances, or habits, or thoughts that don’t serve you. Now change can be a little scary, awkward and uncomfortable at times. It can also take conscious effort and sometimes, even hard work. But

Gain 79 Hours a Month and Increase Your Productivity x10 (At least)


There are lots of distractions around. But I think life has always had stuff that lead people away from their goals. I really don’t think that much has changed over time. Why? Because lots of people look for excuses as to why they can’t do something, and time seems to be a really good excuse to