Category: success

Where do the best lessons come from?

Isn’t failure the best opportunity to get a valuable lesson from? As Bill Gates has said; “It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” What is the biggest failure you’ve ever had?

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Do you need to be good to be lucky?

Or do you believe that luck is the key to your success? I would say that you need to be a skillful and a reliable worker to be lucky. That is because luck shows up when you apply yourself. What

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Are you attached to your stuff?

By that I mean do you live for the belongings you have in your life? In our consumer-driven society we can be side-tracked by all of the things we buy. Yes, it is a hard statement for some people to

Posted in happiness, Hollywood, influence, pleasure, success, transcendence

Is Facebook worth it?

Yes, is Facebook worth your time? In a Danish study I read that it stated that those who took a week-long Facebook break felt better than those who didn’t. The people who took the break had more focus and were

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Is there a proven path to success?

Is success even possible? Back some time ago my friend Linda Ferguson of NLP Canada recently posed this question ‘Is there a comfortable, proven way to build success?’ The area of her posting that truly got my attention was this

Posted in focus, NLP Canada, success, unconscious processes

Are you what you want to be?

Is that even possible? I believe that inside each and every one of us is this craving to become more than we are today. Sadly many of us have got tired from trying or have given up altogether. What could

Posted in choices, experience, success, William James quote

Do you like to predict your future?

  Is success important to you? How do you judge your own success? I ask that because of what Winston Churchill once said; “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Yes,

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Can others recognize if something is very important to you?

Or do they see you as just faking your interest in it? Dale Carnegie once said; “Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no

Posted in actions speak louder than words, focus, success

What are the keys to becoming successful?

Is it  the accumulation money and assets?   I would argue that money and assets are not the keys to becoming success. Yes, the money and assets may add up but they are the not the keys to becoming successful.  

Posted in character, happiness, success

What is the easiest way to attain personal success?

In other words, what do you need to do? Is success easier by maintaining a cool head and a warm heart or having a hot head and cold feet? As David Frost said; “Don’t aim for success if you want

Posted in stress reduction, success