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Video of Napoleon Hill – What the Mind Can Conceive and Believe, It Can Achieve
by On March 27, 2009

SEE and HEAR Napoleon Hill explain how it is true that what ever the mind can conceive, and believe, the mind can achieve. Regardless of how many times you may have failed in the past, or how lofty your hopes may be. He breaks this down in easy to understand point form for immediate transformation of your life.

Napoleon Hill also talks about the wisdom billionaire Andrew Carnegie shared with him nearly hundred years ago, and how this information was instrumental in his own personal success, and the success techniques he was able to teach millions of others.

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Happy Spring!
by On March 20, 2009

Wishing you growth and wonderful new beginnings!

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Awesome Video Affirmations to Start Your Day
by On March 13, 2009

Created by the people behind the book, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, this video presents affirmations and images that will give you chills.  By watching, reading and speaking these words aloud, you can set the tone for your day to be filled with gratitude and your best YOU.

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by On March 6, 2009

This short film, Validation, was advertised on a fable about the magic of free parking. Actaully it is a story about the magic of validating another person.

The star of the film is a parking validator that not only validates your parking pass, he validates you as a human being. He sincerely tells people they look great, or they are appreciated. As a result he ends up finding true love and brings smiles to the faces of hundreds of people.

What a great way to start the weekend – tell someone, anyone, even a stranger, how awesome they are.

If you have any expenses to share, please do and post them below.

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David Denis

Video – Brian Tracy – How to Get Over the Fear of Failure
by On February 27, 2009

Failure isn’t what holds people back, it is the fear of failing that causes people not to achieve their goals and dreams. In this short video, Brian Tracy explains a simple three part formula for getting past the fear of failure. 

Here are some quotes to help you overcome the fear of failure:

“One who fears failure limits his activities. Failure is only the opportunity to more intelligently begin again.” – Henry Ford

“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” – Dale Carnegie

“There are no failures – just experiences and your reactions to them.” – Tom Krause

“Failure teaches success.” – Japanese Saying

Funny Video – How to Remember Names from the TV Show The Office
by On February 20, 2009


If you want a technique to remember names that really works, check out our Memory Training Workshop

Video – Tony Robbins at TED – Why We Do What We Do and How We Can Do It Better
by On February 6, 2009

Amazing master motivator and success guru Tony Robbins discusses the “invisible forces” that motivate everyone’s actions at the Technology, Entertainment, Design Conference (TED).

He jokes around with and high-fives Al Gore in the front row!

The annual TED Conference brings together the world’s most fascinating thinkers and doers, who are challenged to give the talk of their lives (in 18 minutes).

Video – Zig Ziglar – Attitude Makes All The Difference
by On January 30, 2009

Always entertaining and humorous, in this video Zig Ziglar discusses on how to increase your satisfaction at work and go from a fault finding to a “good finder.”

He provides techniques on how to improve your attitude and outlook in life.

For more information on audio programs by Zig Ziglar click here.

10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Giving a Presentation
by On January 8, 2009

Renowned speaking expert, TJ Walker, goes over the 10 questions that every speaker should ask themself before presenting.

10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Giving a Presentation

  1. What are the top concerns of your audience?
  2. What are your handful of key messages?
  3. What is your water cooler message?
  4. Do you have a real story involving a real person, place and problem that brings to life each key point?
  5. What exactly do you want audience members to do after they hear you speak?
  6. What is the desired outcome of your speech?
  7. Do you have a simple, one-page outline for your presentation?
  8. Have you rehearsed your speech out loud (and preferably recorded on video)?
  9. Do you have a follow up plan to further drive home your message to your audience?
  10. Do you have a plan to ask at least one person who will be in the audience to give you feedback on what he/she likes and remembers from your presentation?

Have fun presenating and Be Free!

Funny Video about Forgetfulness
by On June 27, 2008

If you can relate to this video, check out our Cures for Absent Mindedness
and Memory Training Workshop.

Remember, there is no such thing as a “good” memory or “bad” memory. You either have a trained memory or an untrained memory. This means THERE IS HOPE for even the most forgetful among us!