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Let’s face it; there is no substitute for action. While we can spend a certain amount of time thinking about our business, our
goals, and various other aspects of our lives, nothing will happen
Falling into the thinking trap can be very easy, particularly if you are new to a business. You start to plan.
You plan where you are going to put your office. You work on your goals. You plan how much money…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on October 5, 2010 at 8:59am — No Comments
If you are a good leader, you spend a great deal of time working with people in your organization. You work to teach them how to be successful. You offer them training
But, no matter how hard you work or how many opportunities you offer, you will in inevitably get that call from someone you have worked with telling you they are going to quit. And why are they going
to quit? Well, they may have a lot of excuses, but…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on September 28, 2010 at 2:26pm — No Comments
I have been asked to republish this note and article. After even more research it has shown any juice without the fiber and bulk and in a natural state can harm
you as the body was not made to get that much sugar in a short time.
Yes even fruit sugar.
Here it is:
Can Noni, Goji, Mangosteen, Acai, Amalaki, and Jujube Harm you?
Copyright © 2008 Soaring Eagle Companies…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on September 16, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments
How do you see yourself? Do you think of yourself as attractive, intelligent, confident, and creative? Or do you see yourself as old, worn out, and boring?
How you see yourself is directly reflected outward. How you see yourself is how others see you and other will respond to you accordingly.
There are a lot of reasons that people chose to see themselves in a less than flattering way. Things that have happened in their lives,…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on September 7, 2010 at 4:55pm — No Comments
Instant gratification. We all love instant gratification. We all love pretty much anything that happens immediately, especially when it is to our benefit.
Sometimes, the benefits come only after days, months, maybe even years. Can you stick it out for the long haul or is it now or never for you? How much do you miss with the now or never attitude? Plenty!
Whether it is in business or in your personal life,…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on September 6, 2010 at 4:23pm — No Comments
We all know how it goes. In spite of your great spam software, you open your email to find 30 new messages (even though you had gone through everything before you went
to bed a mere eight hours ago). Of those 30 messages, 20 want you to
buy something; the other 10 are related to your social networking site
or newsletters of some type.
You start opening some of them because, well, they look interesting. You click on a link in the…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on August 31, 2010 at 9:36am — No Comments
We all know that whether it is in our business or in our personal lives, there are often consequences (intended and unintended) for our actions. Admittedly, sometimes we get
lucky and the potential consequences never happen, but, more often,
they do catch up with us. Your willingness to accept the consequences
often guide your actions
There can be two kinds of consequences—good and bad. Generally, we want to minimize the bad…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on August 26, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments
Everyone has their favorite of excuse for not wanting to change or start something new. The more resistant to change, the more excuses. Making significant changes in your life is hard work!
But what if you really could start from scratch? What if you put aside everything from your past, all your current problems, and just started over?
Starting over doesn’t mean you have to take a vow of poverty, divorce your current spouse, or…
There are some products we all use every day and we all assume are safe. After all, if they weren’t safe the government (a.k.a. the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)) wouldn’t let them be sold,
right? Maybe not.
The fact is that manufacturers don’t have to get FDA approval to introduce a new product. Nor does the FDA regulate what is in that product (beyond a list of ingredients that are prohibited).
What kind of ingredients should…
Added by Dr Robin Rushlo on August 18, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments