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by: Willie Horton
Today is a new day – one that has never happened before, a unique day that will never be repeated. Now is a new moment. And, in this new moment, you have a choice. You have a choice – which thoughts you are you going to pay attention to just at this moment in time? The probability is that they are random thoughts – whatever nonsense has just popped into your head. And, as psychology proves, those random thoughts are more likely to be negative than positive. Have the thoughts that are currently rattling around your head got anything to do with what you’re actually supposed to More >
Marketing Mistakes And How To Fix Them by: Brad Sugars
If you’re like many business owners, you’re either doing the wrong marketing activities well, or doing the right marketing activities wrong. Now, how could that ever happen? It’s quite simple really, let me explain:
Firstly, in my business experience, I’ve noticed that most entrepreneurs and business owners have one thing in common. They spend most of their time working “in” their business, and very little time working “on” it. That is, they spend too much of their precious time performing operational tasks and far too little (if any) More >
Seventh Journey Book 1 is now on Kobo! Kobo not only has their own ereader devices, but also offer Kobo Apps that can allow you to read books on your Phone, PC or Tablet. These forms of reading are becoming increasingly more popular and now represent a vast quantity of sales in the book industry, giving new authors more ways to reach their audience. Books can be gifted to others, or bought for yourself and displayed in a virtual library which neatly organizes your collection. The devices require an internet connection to synchronize your purchase, but once this is done you’re good to go. More >
Here I am, waiting by the entrance of our condo building, with two cops questioning me. I was so furious with Jacob. Every single time I tried to talk to him or get him to open up, he automatically shut me out. I was just so frustrated! He’d always say “Anna, I can’t talk about it.” I was sad, I was lonely and I was fed up. He was a different person when he got into an argument; it was like he shut down…it was like he didn’t care any more. I didn’t understand how after all these years — almost ten years — he could be so cold with me. He barely spoke to me; he didn’t even try to make any More >
Seventh Journey Book 1 is now on Kobo and Nook devices. Both of these platforms not only have their own ereader devices, but also have Nook Apps or Kobo Apps that can allow you to read books on your Phone, PC or Tablet. These forms of reading are becoming increasingly more popular and now represent a vast quantity of sales in the book industry, giving new authors more ways to reach their audience. Books can be gifted to others, or bought for yourself and displayed in a virtual library which neatly organizes your collection. The devices require an internet connection to synchronize your More >
by: Jay Spence
The prolific author and Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh in “Peace is Every Step” wrote about bells of mindfulness. In some cases these “bells” were actually bells, but at other times they might be a stoplight, a childs laugh, an alarm clock…you name it. The purpose of these “bells” is to remind ourselves to be brought back to our center, that place where we can become consciously aware of Self (capital “S” intentional).
At times when we wish to feel centered, these “bells” encourage us to stop the inner chatter and simply breathe, knowingly, and to calm our minds. As we breathe out More >
How to Download iPad iBooks – Free Unlimited Access by: Martha Reuben
The iBooks app is Apple’s e- book reader designed for the use of buying or downloading iBooks from their iBookstore to your ipad. The iPad’s iBooks application supports the standard ePub format as well as books you purchase through the iBookstore.
This means that you can use the huge library of free ipad books available from Project Gutenberg & Google Books, or you can purchase e-books from stores such as Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
You can download the iBooks app for free from the App Store on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod More >
Will and Vision by: Paul Lemberg
Remember Chux? The disposable diaper that took the market by storm in 1932?
Of course you don’t. Chux saw its product as a luxury item, and happily kept its little throwaway business to itself for almost forty years. Then Pampers came along in the 1960s, supported by a huge, mass-consumer vision with persistence to match, and blew Chux out of the market-transforming baby rearing forever.
Strategies To Help You Believe In Yourself by: Marlene Challis
Many people are using just a very tiny portion of their mind’s abilities. Be different and learn how to use your mind’s capacity to the fullest!
In the mind, positive and negative thoughts are always in conflict. What wins among them is shown through our actions and behavior towards things.
To help you believe in yourself, self help motivation source has some simple things that you can More >