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As we go about our day, our thoughts can become muddled and cluttered. As we go to take action, we don't have any clarity on what needs to be done because of this mental clutter. If you want to gain more clarity around your day and act with decisiveness, learn the magic of segment intending.
Have you ever considered the impact that thought has on your life? Have you wondered what the mind is capable of, and how to unlock its dormant potential? In this article, we explore five classic personal development and leadership books that all seem to point to the fact that thought is of the utmost importance for personal success.
Do you find yourself feeling lethargic and fatigued from time to time? Have you found it difficult to trace it back to a discernable cause? If so, you might be under the influence of chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia. In this article, you'll find out how to manage this health condition.
Most people don't have a plan for their financial future. They don't have savings, they don't stick to a budget, and they only have one source of income. In this article, learn how to cut costs, eliminate debt, save money and create new streams of income to support your financial future.
Are you lacking enthusiasm for your work? Is life becoming dull and boring? If so, it may be a good time to give Brendon Burchard's 'The Charge' a read. What you find within will help you to recognize that there are ways of breaking out of the mundane and embracing a fully-charged, fully-engaged life.
If you associate with enough successful people and big thinkers, you may observe that there's a certain book that often gets referenced: The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz. It's a classic personal development book, and even though it's quite straightforward and covers almost exactly what you'd...
Og Mandino's The Greatest Mystery in the World is no ordinary personal development book. Weaving the power of storytelling with concrete age-old success principles, this book stands out as a distinctive volume among the myriad of other books belonging to the same genre. Discover the mystery of friendship, the inspiration in self-motivation and the richness of spirituality.
Jeff Olson's The Slight Edge is an essential personal development book for foundational growth. For those who are just beginning their self-help journey, this is a great place to start. For those who are already on the path, this book will fill in the cracks. In this review, we'll take a look at the revised edition.
Quite frankly I had a hard time imagining a world in which I would admit to liking Windows 8. However, I was pleasantly surprised. In almost every regard, I have been finding it to be a superior operating system compared to previous versions of Windows.
In today's world, we often hear about exponential growth. Perhaps you've seen one of the many videos on YouTube explaining the impact of social media, the anticipated growth in population across the globe, the evolution of the education system and job market, or the fast-changing world of technology.
As a musician, you also have to run emcee duties. If you are adequately organized, you know what you want to say and what you want to promote from the stage. If not, you could end up missing valuable opportunities. Creating a live performance checklist can help you to make the most of every show.
The Modern Musician E-book was recently released on the TuneCity.com blog. The e-book is a free download when you opt-in to receive email updates from TuneCity. Making money, marketing, and distribution are the main topics covered in this e-book, which works to address some of the biggest challenges independent musicians are encountering today.