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2 Techniques to Cure Writer
by On July 16, 2008

Ken BudkaYou have a deadline looming: sales copy for a new product; a presentation you are giving; a proposal for your boss or a client; maybe just a simple memo or email. As the minutes tick by, you stare at a blank screen or piece of paper. You have an idea of what you want to say, but not sure how to start……AHHHH! You have the dreaded Writer’s Block! What to do?!?!?!

To cure yourself of this aliment, I always use, and recommend two techniques – The “Questioning Technique” and “Finish the Sentence.”

The “Questioning Technique” is a very simple Q&A you have with yourself and your keyboard (or pen and paper.) This technique not only gets you started writing, it also ensures you address the topic from your intended readers perspective and are as complete and thorough as possible. Follow the steps below to jump start your writing.

1. List all the possible questions, one after another, that the audience you are writing to may have. The more questions the better. Long, short, silly or stupid, it doesn’t matter. The 5 “W’s” are essential – Who, What, Where, When and Why. Don’t forget the How.

2. Go back and answer the questions in writing. This will make sure you have completely addressed any concerns or questions the reader may have.

The process actually tricks you into writing. When somebody poses a question to you, your mind will come up with an answer. It is much easier than trying to come up with something on your own when you have a blank screen in front of you.

Another method that cures writer’s block is called “Finish the Sentence”. This is how it works. List as many words and short phrases related to your topic. For instance: Learn…… How to….. 7 ways around….. Go back and simply finish the sentence then you are off and running in the creative process.

Use the Questioning and Finish the Sentence Techniques to get the writing ball rolling when writer’s block sets in.

Be Free!

Ken Budka
Speaker

PS – If you have any other techniques to cure writer’s block, post a comment below. I am always on the look out for good ideas.

2 Techniques to Cure Writer
by On July 16, 2008

Ken BudkaYou have a deadline looming: sales copy for a new product; a presentation you are giving; a proposal for your boss or a client; maybe just a simple memo or email. As the minutes tick by, you stare at a blank screen or piece of paper. You have an idea of what you want to say, but not sure how to start……AHHHH! You have the dreaded Writer’s Block! What to do?!?!?!

To cure yourself of this aliment, I always use, and recommend two techniques – The “Questioning Technique” and “Finish the Sentence.”

The “Questioning Technique” is a very simple Q&A you have with yourself and your keyboard (or pen and paper.) This technique not only gets you started writing, it also ensures you address the topic from your intended readers perspective and are as complete and thorough as possible. Follow the steps below to jump start your writing.

1. List all the possible questions, one after another, that the audience you are writing to may have. The more questions the better. Long, short, silly or stupid, it doesn’t matter. The 5 “W’s” are essential – Who, What, Where, When and Why. Don’t forget the How.

2. Go back and answer the questions in writing. This will make sure you have completely addressed any concerns or questions the reader may have.

The process actually tricks you into writing. When somebody poses a question to you, your mind will come up with an answer. It is much easier than trying to come up with something on your own when you have a blank screen in front of you.

Another method that cures writer’s block is called “Finish the Sentence”. This is how it works. List as many words and short phrases related to your topic. For instance: Learn…… How to….. 7 ways around….. Go back and simply finish the sentence then you are off and running in the creative process.

Use the Questioning and Finish the Sentence Techniques to get the writing ball rolling when writer’s block sets in.

Be Free!

Ken Budka
Speaker

PS – If you have any other techniques to cure writer’s block, post a comment below. I am always on the look out for good ideas.

What is Discipline?
by On July 15, 2008

Roger SeipAs I sit down to compose this article for our professional family on the blog, I’ve been thinking a lot about what I believe to be the central challenge facing our clients right now, along with the rest of our society. It’s not an original concept by any means, but more and more I come to believe that it is the key to unlocking every success principle in existence.

Discipline.

I see the results of real discipline every day. I also see the results of the lack of discipline every day. Here’s what I mean:

Think about anyone who you would consider to have “made it”

You know the person- the woman who is the number one producer in your office and also has a family that loves her and is very close. Maybe you think of the guy who consistently outperforms everyone else and still has time to take numerous vacations AND train for a marathon. Perhaps you are envisioning the manager who genuinely loves developing the team and does a great job of it. Maybe you are considering your own track record right now.

Whomever the example, picture clearly why they popped into your mind as an example of success. Now, if you watched that person very carefully, I guarantee you that you will see that nearly everything they do is purposeful, focused and disciplined. They are disciplined about setting goals and achieving them. They are disciplined about maintaining a great attitude, and they’re likely very disciplined about how they use their time.

You’ll notice that when it’s time to work, that individual WORKS- so that when it’s time to play they can do so freely and without baggage.

On the other hand, consider the individual who perpetually seems to get the short end of the stick.

You may know someone who is extremely intelligent, or is very positive and upbeat, or perhaps has a great sense of humor and everyone loves them. Everyone either knows somebody or is somebody who seems like they should be extremely successful in Life, but for some reason they just keep struggling and scraping by.

If you watch that person very carefully, the underlying cause is almost always a lack of discipline- about Goals, about their Attitude, about how they use their Time, or about how they communicate- or maybe all of the above. Either way, I notice more and more that the most frequently occurring theme in the lives of truly successful men and women is the theme of discipline.

As Albert Gray says in The Common Denominator of Success, they have “formed the habit of doing what unsuccessful people don’t like to do”. They are motivated by pleasing results rather than just pleasing activities. In other words, they are disciplined.

So then what I got thinking about was the question: “What is discipline?”

Well, I had heard once before that the word discipline has the same root as the word disciple. As in “a follower”. Now I didn’t want to get all super-religious or cultish on anyone, so I started thinking about what it actually means to be a disciple. I couldn’t really put my finger on it until recently when the answer was physically handed to me in church. The sermon was called “Majoring in the Minors” and the notes at the bottom read as follows:

“…a disciple is one who stays focused on what really matters, and is careful about letting other less important issues or concerns get in the way.”

Says it all, really. Again, I’m not trying to create some Cult of Personality here. I just encourage you as you begin this day, this week, this month, Your Life- stay focused on what really matters to you- at Work and in Life. Be careful about letting less important issues or concerns get in the way. I urge you…be a disciple of your own success.

How would you define Discipline? Share and post a comment below.

Be Free!

Roger Seip
Instructor

The Science of Self-Discipline
by On July 14, 2008

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Key to Leadership – Show the Way
by On July 11, 2008

David DenisYou may have a title. You may not. Regardless we all have to get other people to follow us sometimes. That’s called leadership. Leadership is NOT just telling people about what to do – aka: bossing people around. The key to leadership is to show the way. This is not merely an indefinable feeling. It is a set of actions and skills you can practice.

Think about the task before you as a path with a final destination. If you want people to follow you down that path, you are going to have to lead them. How do you best do this?

Fill Their Packs
Make sure that your people have all the tools, training and resources that they need. Try hiking without a good pack, shelter, or food. Even if they were truly fired up about the path ahead, they will only get just so far. Part of leadership is removing obstacles and providing what people need to perform.

Draw the Map
This is also called setting goals. Leadership and goals interlock. When done right, your people will be able to clearly see both the destination and the path that will get you there. First clarify the destination by helping people to see what’s in it for them. If you aren’t clear on this, then you cannot expect your people to get excited about it. Second, clarify the pathway to the goal. Break down big goals into small chunks. What do we need to accomplish this week? Next week? This makes the process clear so that everyone can see both the path and the destination.

Leave Tracks
Telling someone to go is not the same as saying, “Let’s go.” Now, if you are the CEO of a large business, you can’t do everyone’s job. But if you expect your team to be more organized, to set and achieve goals, to manage time effectively, you should demonstrate those skills yourself. It’s not about training (although you may need to do training). It’s about making people feel that you genuinely are in it with them.

Bottom Line
If your people feel that they are being told to work for you, they may follow you, but it won’t be pretty. But if people feel that you are working for them, they will follow you gladly. That is the virtue of leadership.

Be Free!

This article was written by David Denis owner of http://www.rocksolidwriting.com

David is a freelance writer for hire offering article writing, sales letters, training manuals, speech writing, seo content, sales writing, blog articles, copy-writing service, sales scripts and business name ideas.

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Effectively Leading Your Team
by On July 10, 2008

Leah SimpsonWhat is a leader? Many times, we assume that the people with the highest titles (both professionally and in civic organizations) are the leaders and that the other people in any given group are followers. However, in most circumstances, a true leader – a respected leader – is not defined by his or her title but rather by the positive experiences he or she creates in a group of people. Members of a team will be most thankful for a leader who fosters a solid team environment, helps the team to function at peak performance, and inspires other to take action.

In fact, you have probably experienced this yourself-think of a time when you enjoyed being part of a team. Most likely, there was someone who helped the group function well, who fostered camaraderie, who elicited conversation, who motivated people to perform. You probably didn’t respect this leader because of title or because you were told to do so, but rather because you enjoyed being a part of the team. It is very difficult to respect someone or to be respected as a leader without earning it. So what does it take to be a successful leader?

Patrick Lencioni in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team fleshes out five areas that are essential to effective teams and how they so often break down. In my opinion, Lencioni’s book is one of the clearest and most succinct explanations of what is required to have a functional team that is achieving desired results. What’s important as a leader is understanding the dynamics of these teams and how to lead through common dysfunctions in order to achieve team goals.

The short version of Lencioni’s book is that in order for a team to achieve any given result, there must be accountability-people must feel responsible for their part. In order for people to feel accountable, and for others to feel comfortable holding someone accountable, there must be commitment among team members. In order to have a sincere commitment, there must be constructive conflict. This isn’t always out-and-out arguing (though it may be), but people need to feel heard before making a commitment. The only way team members will have constructive conflict is if they trust each other.

Trust -> Constructive Conflict -> Commitment -> Accountability -> Results

As a leader, you are responsible for helping your team overcome the struggles it faces. What makes a team? A team is a group of people who are striving toward the same result-moving toward the top of the triangle. Sometimes this is obvious and defined-like winning a soccer game, hosting an event, achieving a sales goal. A major challenge is when there are members of a team who are not really interested in the desired result. This lack of unified direction stems from a few different areas, and as a leader, identifying the source and knowing how to lead through the challenge is critical:

• The Result Itself

Ultimately, it is nearly impossible to force someone into a goal-it must be important to them. As a leader, it is critical to have this discussion with your team-why do you care about accomplishing this? What does this mean to you? Without a desire to achieve, people are left without motivation.

• Lack of Constructive Conflict

In my observations, most teams have the majority of their breakdowns due to conflict (or lack there of). Either conflict is not “constructive,” i.e. conflict is destructive, or there is no conflict. Period. No one dares to speak up, so conflict is simply avoided. If this is the case, we must ask ourselves why? Why are we so terrified of conflict? And why is it important as a leader to solve this challenge? What good comes from conflict anyway?

When I ask people to tell me the words that come to mind when I say “conflict,” I usually hear things like “uncomfortable,” “negative,” “arguing,” “tense.” Obviously, these are feelings that most people would like to avoid. Yet, when I ask people how they feel when they have worked through conflict and found a solution, they say words like “strong,” “closer,” “understood,” “peaceful.” Funny, isn’t it? What leader wouldn’t want their team to be stronger, closer, understood, and peaceful? I’m yet to find him or her.

Conflict not only brings a team together, but also is a prerequisite for true commitments. Obviously, everyone can not always have their way-sometimes your team members will need to work toward results that were not originally their priority. They will only be able to let go of their original desires and excitedly commit to the team’s goals if they feel heard and understood. If there aren’t real commitments, there is little to hold someone accountable to. If there is no accountability, there is often no result. Therefore, as a leader, we have a deep responsibility to foster an environment that brings necessary conflict to the surface but keeps it constructive. And that’s not easy!

I’ve found five guidelines to help leaders facilitate open communication and constructive conflict:

1. Ask Questions

Especially as a group is getting started, it is critical for the leader to ask lots of questions to show sincere interest in others’ opinions. Your team is much more likely to share their thoughts when they know you really want to hear it. Also, asking questions and openly communicating is easier before there is conflict. If you have fostered an environment of open communication where people feel confident that they will be listened to, when conflict needs to be discussed, people will already have a level of comfort of communication.

2. Provide Only Necessary Directives

As a leader, people feel they should follow you. The challenge is, if you consistently are telling them to do something that they don’t really care about, eventually you will have a breakdown. Try to coach people to determine what they need to be doing instead of just telling them what to do. Of course, there are times when you will need to give directives, but the more you can help your team members to establish their own responsibilities, the more equipped they will be to handle conflict.

3. Involve Everyone

On most teams, there is the outspoken member, and the shy member. Even though it may seem like the shy people don’t want to share their opinion, that perception is often false. Remember, a person needs to weigh in to buy in. So getting everyone involved is critical to having thorough communication. If a person isn’t speaking up, directly ask their opinion.

4. Don’t Allow Insults

Don’t insult people on your team and do not allow team members to insult each other. The fastest way to get a person to stop sharing their thoughts is by insulting them. The challenge is, the insulted people still have opinions, and if they are not discussed, a person will stew with frustration, never really buy in to the team’s plan, and hurt the camaraderie.

5. Admit Faults

People love to know that their leader screws up, too. As a leader, you probably think it’s funny that your team members believe you have it all together, but they probably do! Allowing yourself to be human helps your team identify with you, helps people not to feel terrible for making mistakes, and models taking ownership of mistakes. If people know that they can make mistakes, they are more likely to take risks, which not only ensures better results, but also ensures a greater sense of satisfaction for a tough job well done. In terms of communication and conflict, you are serving as a role model for admitting mistakes rather than getting defensive, which is critical to constructive conflict.

Leadership is tricky-obviously each group of people you lead will be different because every person is unique. However, regardless of the makeup of your group, following a few guidelines will help you to consistently facilitate an effective team. When your team is functioning well, when they are comfortable with constructive conflict, you’ll find that your job is easier-your team will really be discussing and debating about the critical challenges you face in trying to achieve fantastic results. And of course, any leader would rather have her whole team wrestling with and overcoming those challenges than doing it alone.

Be Free!

Leah Simpson
Instructor

Own Up to and Grow From Mistakes
by On July 9, 2008

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No one particularly enjoys making mistakes yet none of us are perfect. Mistakes are an inevitable part of life. I don’t know anyone who is truly living and doesn’t occasionally trip up and make a mistake.

We don’t do ourselves or those around us any favors by covering it up, denying it or trying to place the blame somewhere else. But this is often the response when we fear what others will think about us or how they will react. “Are they going to dislike me?” “Think I’m stupid?” “Maybe this person’s going to be really angry with me.”

The truth is people will appreciate you more when you take responsibility for your wrongdoings. If we try to escape our blunders, people tend to become more upset. People want honesty. They want us to show that we care. They want to see that we’re human when we make a mistake; that we’re willing to claim it. When we’re running from our own mistakes we’re missing our greatest opportunity for growth and evolution. So go easy on yourself.

The first step to owning up to mistakes is to sincerely forgive ourselves. Okay, I messed up. Or I simply didn’t do something the way I wish I would have. We have to let ourselves off the hook. We have to give ourselves permission to not be perfect. It doesn’t mean we aren’t trying to do our best. It just means we are human.

Sometimes we make mistakes and if the mistake involved another person we know it’s best to just offer a warm and sincere apology. I guarantee the situation will be resolved much more quickly when you own up to the mistake rather than if you try to weasel your way out of it.

If the mistake was more of a personal nature, like some goal or ambition you have in life, don’t beat yourself up about the mistakes you make along the way or make some lame excuse to yourself. Just be honest with yourself about what happened. It’s the best way to move past it and accomplish something better. In either case, acknowledge what you learned from it and what you plan to do differently in the future and this is where the true growth begins.

Whether a mistake was in your business, your relationships, your finances, whatever, there’s always a lesson in it and when do we learn the most anyway? When we do something perfectly or when we make a mistake? Of course, it’s when we make a mistake. Again, it’s not that we strive to do things wrong, but we do learn more about ourselves and the world around us when we make mistakes.

Think about this. Any time that we’re improving ourselves, or trying something new, it may take a few mistakes to actually get it right. Very few people do things correctly the first time they try. So it’s important to realize if you’re not making any mistakes you’re simply not living life to the fullest. You’re not moving out of your comfort zone and taking that next step towards greater success. Playing it safe all the time leads to a life of mediocrity and you end up feeling unfulfilled. So long as we learn from the mistake that was made it can be considered a victory.

George Bernard Shaw said, “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” Think about it. What happens if we make mistakes and just throw in the towel? The lesson is lost. We just gave up so there’s no room to grow or improve upon the situation. Recognizing a mistake as such is a chance to redirect your focus and your energy. As long as we learn from our mistakes, we can go higher and do more next time. We adjust. We find new ways, new strengths and new understandings. So don’t run from that experience. Own it, accept it and look at where the breakdown occurred. That’s the only way you’ll know how to make the change next time.

Cicero told us a couple of thousand years ago that we must not say every mistake is a foolish one. Sure, we do our best and we attempt to do the right thing the right way, but it’s impossible to truly have a full life and go after your goals without making some mistakes along the way. The good news is when we allow ourselves to make mistakes, others see how much we grow from them. As a result, we’ll allow others to make mistakes, too, and we’ll know how much they’re going to grow from that experience as well. Think about how much harmony this in itself can bring into our existence.

If you’re interested in reading more on this topic, I suggest picking up “Simple Secrets of Happiness” by Dr. Bernie Siegel. I think you’re all awesome.

Please share you thoughts on this 4 Minutes of Freedom article and audio by posting a comment below.

Be Free!

Lauri Sompres

Three Tips to Lead Yourself
by On July 8, 2008

Eric Plantenberg

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I’m going to share with you three simple, yet extremely effective tips, on how to help you lead yourself closer to your goals.

Tip # 1 – Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Now that seems like a bit of a paradox, but if you take a minute to think about it, leadership is frequently about going to places that you haven’t gone before. In this pursuit of going to places that you haven’t gone before, you’re going to need to learn some new things and you’re going to need to experience some things that you haven’t experienced before. By definition that brings about uncertainty and for most people a bit of uncomfortableness. Well the more that you can get comfortable in that uncertainty the better you’re going to be able to respond to things.

Being teachable is an extremely important part of this process. A lot of people think that being teachable is about learning new skills, being a good student and really listening. I’d suggest that the most important component of being teachable is being willing to act on things that you’re uncomfortable doing.

Think about the last time that you’ve learned a new skill, hobby or tried a new sport. You set off to leave your comfort zone because you had never done it before. That’s normal and that’s natural. The more you can get comfortable in that place of uncertainty, the better you are going to be able to perform and respond to the situations that are around you.

Tip #2 – Compare Yourself to You and No One Else

It’s normal for us to look around and to compare ourselves with other people. That is where we get markers and that can be helpful in setting our goals and path. But really what’s most important, especially once your goals are set and you’ve determined the focus that’s important and meaningful to you, is to look at yourself and look at yourself only. What other people are doing is mostly irrelevant, because their situation is their situation. Everybody shows up with talents, different skills, different motivations, and different reasons for doing what they’re doing.

More often than not, when we compare ourselves to other people we’re simply overly inflating our sense of importance because we’re ahead of other people or we’re beating ourselves down because we’re seemingly behind and both of those situations are just a matter of opinion. When you compare yourself to you and your progress, you will get a better and a stronger result.

Tip – #3 Pay Specific Attention to Your Focus

Your focus ultimately determines your realty and situations along the path whatever path that is. Whether it’s your work or your personal life or sports or your health they’re going to bring up different situations. Some of them are going to be easy and some of them are going to be hard. When you can see success in everything that you do, when you can hold on to the present moment and find the reason that you’re going through what you’re going through, ultimately, that’s going to allow you to respond to the situations that you’re in and it’s going to allow you to create a better result.

Leadership in general is about mindfully moving in the direction that you chose to go. When you can get comfortable with the uncertainty that is certain to be a part of the journey and when you can find confidence that you’re doing your best and when you can see the good in all situations, even if it takes some looking for, you’ll be well on your way and you will consistently get better results.

Apply this 4 Minutes of Freedom to Your Life
Leave a comment below and tell us:

1. Of these 3 self leadership tips, which one would you grade yourself the highest on?
2.
What action steps have you done to increase your ability level with that self leadership skill?

Be Free!

Eric Plantenberg
President

Leadership and the Be, Do, Have Principle
by On July 7, 2008

Tom Weber

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I’m going to be sharing a concept that we call “Be, Do, Have” and how it applies to leadership. You’ve probably heard of “Be, Do, Have” before because it applies to just about every area of life and because here at Freedom Personal Development we talk about it a lot. Specifically in this article, we will be talking about it in terms of leadership.

First, in “Be, Do, Have” you must decide what you want to HAVE. In terms of leadership, what you might want to have is the paycheck or the power or the responsibility or the role or the schedule of a manager or a team leader.

Second, is to figure out what you need to BE in order to have that. This is a tricky one to explain because it is abstract and intangible. Being is trying to emulate someone who would be in that role. For example, thinking like them, being as responsible, being as accountable, being as committed etc.

Once you’ve got the have figured out and you know what you need to be, or at least you have an idea of what you’re going to be, then you determine what activities you need to DO to achieve your have. It may be activities like working late, going to a class, taking someone under your wing, volunteering to help the leaders above you, reading books or teaching a class where you can share knowledge. By the way, one of the greatest dos in learning to have a leadership role is to teach or train others. You get practice. You get to practice your style. You get to find your groove. You actually help other people out and you’re not totally responsible if your ideas don’t work yet. Finally, all of this leads to your have.

Are there exceptions to this? Absolutely. Typically you cannot have something if you’re not being and doing it first, but yes, the exceptions do exist. Sometimes people get a promotion into a leadership role simply because of great performance. Sometimes there are great salespeople who get promoted to sales management because they’re great salespeople. Well, if they do not get moving towards their bes and dos then they will not have the position they were promoted to for very long. At the very least they will not get the benefits of that position, but they may get all the pain and stress that comes with being a manager.

I can speak from experience on this. Quick story. When I first got promoted to be a Vice President of Sales at Freedom Personal Development, things were going great. We had a team, we were growing, but later that year certain things happened including a couple of people that weren’t hitting their goals. We had a meeting of the leadership team, at the very end of the year, and in that meeting I came to the realization that I had the title of vice president of sales, but I wasn’t being or doing the things required to be in that position.

So after some soul searching I fired myself. I took away the title and the pay and the bonuses and all those things that came with the position. I committed myself to first being the kind of person who would be a Vice President and then started doing things that I thought would be the right activities for someone to be doing in that position. When I hit those marks I was able to call myself a Vice President again and have the benefits that come with that.

So here’s your call to action.

1. First is to figure out what you want to HAVE. Is it a certain role? Is it a certain position?
2. Practice BEING the type of person who has those things.
3. Start to DO the activities that lead to that result.
4. The HAVE will come to you.

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Leave a comment below and tell us:

1. What do you want to HAVE in your life?
2.
Who do you need to BE in order to have that?

Be Free!

Tom Weber
Vice President of Sales

Free Personal Development Resource
by On July 6, 2008

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