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16 Successful Phenomenal Entrepreneurs Reveal Words That Worked

Its been a long windy, heck I don’t even knw what to think. You would not believe, I literally did a search on blog topics to write on… What writer does that??? 

The lazy kind. Okay, Okay !!! I am only teasing, actually have a special one for you today and hope you all like it. It got me excited when I stumbled on it, I know it will do the same for you too.

 These awesome individuals have gone through the halls of innovation and creation.

They have battled the obstacles. They have written millions of success into the economy  and they have sold their stories to their audiences.

Quick Quote:                                                             “Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls”                                                                               Joseph Campbell Continue reading

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Why Are You Passionate About You???

Simply put, it’s being who you are and doing what comes naturally. When what you do is in alignment with who you are, you get energy from doing it. It’s like water flowing along its natural riverbed. It actually gains energy from the path it’s taking (compare that to what most people experience in their work, which is more like trying to force it up and over a mountain).

When people take the time to ask me how I am, my usual response is “Positively Passionate…” or “Amazing…” or “I am excellent…” or “Truly blessed….and how are you?”

Passion… It is a gift combined of all the experiences we’ve lived through. I just have one simple and single question for you. Continue reading

What to do at all times.

” The results you achieve will be in direct proportion to the effort you apply”

Passion and Perseverance cannot be planned. Have a passion and develop the determination to make most of the passion. Do not let a dream die; take risks, operate with a positive, energetic attitude.

Surround yourself with a faithful loving support system, friends, family, business associates, co-workers and employees.

Look at the negatives with a sense of learning. Do not let the  down times get you, Don’t wallow in your defeat – work through each problem and cherish the good times. Continue reading