Super Bowl LI is the greatest game is Super Bowl history with memorable plays from start to finish. The Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots demonstrated the power of purpose, intention, preparation throughout the entire game. What stands out for me, though, is this simple truth, and both teams demonstrated it on the field …
Failures that are experienced yields a lesson that can be incorporated into every area of your life. One of the key steps is to change our habits. Small incremental change, that is sustained, will create the new rituals or lifestyle.
Two other points from yesterday’s presentation (from Social Security 567). 1) Only 13% of employers offer pensions and that number is decreasing every year. 2) “Nine out of ten people age 65 and older are receiving Social Security benefits, and for 32% of them, it represents over 90% of their income.” Wow, wow and wow.
“You might be one of them; you may be feeling, for the first time in your life, like you’re disposable. That’s not a nice feeling. All of a sudden you’ve gone from being a smart, successful, respected professional to (cue, inner voice) a nobody, worth nothing in today’s workforce.”
The most important thoughts you have are the ones you have of yourself, and the most important things you say are what you say to yourself.
Believe your beliefs.. doubt your doubts, If Not … you will Doubt your beliefs and believe your doubts……..Failure to act is an act of failure!!!
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There are several determinants of success but it all starts with one thing. Every accomplishment starts with a decision to try. It requires activation and action. But success starts somewhere and it begins with a personal choice.
There are many advantages to Working from Home and I came up with my top fifteen reasons. They are organized into five categories: Freedom and Flexibility, Financial Benefits: Saving and Making Money, Better Use of Time, Things You’ll No Longer Have to Worry About, and Health, Well Being and Peace of Mind.
Time in a Bottle (Jim Croce) Time is a precious commodity. I read an article recently by Beth Braverman, (October 23, 2015) in which she described the reality gap between what Americans say they want for retirement savings and what they actually have in retirement accounts. “The average Baby Boomer has a goal of accumulating …
Emerging Paradigm Shifts Six key areas mark the new emerging paradigm shifts. Our lifesplan has increased in 19 of the last 20 years and the trend is expected to continue. Costs associated with healthcare and health insurance increased dramatically and are expected to continue to increase. North Americans are working longer and can not afford to retire. …