You are either valuable. Or you’re not. It’s as easy as that.
No matter what strategy you deploy or how hard you work, the success of your plan to be wealthy is directly determined by your thoughts.
If you’re not willing to be uncomfortable you won’t be successful.
It is often been said that “your network is your net worth.” The interesting thing about relationships is that you need them to be powerful and effective and rich long before you ever use them.
Wealth is an attitude long before it’s an amount in your bank account.
It doesn’t happen automatically. It’s not luck. It’s a process.
Any way you make money fast, quick, or without risk — there’s a pretty solid guarantee that your actions are going to come back to haunt you.
Have you ever noticed how your rate of change is directly related to your level of urgency and intensity?
It’s time to rethink of what you’ve been told about money not buying happiness.
One of the simplest building blocks for success is the belief that anything is possible.
Like so many other 10-year-old boys, Kieran Behan went into surgery for a small tumor discovered on his leg.
Whether it’s looking for new sales, keeping your current clients happy, or finding new motivation for your existing staff — building strong relationships is key to achieving success.
While you might think that your fear protects you, it usually just limited to.
The quality of your relationships with other people is directly related to the quality of the relationship you have with you.
One of the things that makes having quality relationships so difficult is that each of us are flawed. And not all in the same ways.
You got up when the sun came up in order to make it to the fields to tend to your crops. If it was planting season then you had a specific job to do.
Your commitment is the difference between tepid success or massive personal breakthrough.
It’s a common misconception that if you are committed to something, the whole world should know and recognize you accordingly.
Only you know how committed you really are. Your commitment might bubble up to other people’s attention from time to time. But it’s really a “you thing.”
Some people find it easier than othersto be committed.