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Believe You Can Succeed And You Will Succeed

Believe You Can Succeed And You Will Is The Key

Belief! It’s the missing ingredient for so many people. Believe you can succeed and you will.

Here is part of one of the Empower Network Monday night calls. Dave and Dave talk about the most important thing about success at anything you do.

“Believe you can succeed and you will”


Did you get it. The number one thing holding people back in home business is belief.

If you believe it’s possible for you; there is nothing that can hold you back. You just keep trying till you succeed.

Without true belief you waste your time with busy work. In fact most people quit and say it doesn’t work. Yet WHY is it working for others.

Believe you can succeed and you will. It’s  as simple as that. Believe you can; and you will take the steps towards success, learn the things you need to learn and never give up.

That’s why it is so important to go to events, to be around other believers and see and talk to the people how are having success.

Believe You Can Succeed And You Will!


believe you can succeed and you will

Do you believe – really believe?

We appreciate your comments.

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” Tony Robbins with Frank Kern and John Reese talking about belief “


Believe You Can Succeed And You Will


The Power Of Your Personal Story, Ideas That Will Change Your Life

Personal Story Ideas For Some Are Tough To Express

personal storyBo Eason has made the training people to bring their personal story ideas out into the open. In doing so these people are connecting with their audiences on a scale they have never seen before.

Bo’s fearless approach to life is infectious. I encourage everyone to step up and stop spending so much energy hiding your truth. What is behind the curtain is the most interesting and powerful! Bo gets it out of you…on the page and to the stage better than anyone.

I encourage everyone to go here and watch this video.

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I hope that after getting your mindset straight about the Power of your Personal Story, you see the impact you’ll have on the world.

Did you do your homework? Did you share the story you CAPTURED?

We both agree, this kind of work is NOT for the faint-of-heart. But we also agree, it’s our job to expand our PURE human expression while the rest of our culture is shutting down.

That’s our job — to express for those who cannot.

This was taken from as email I received from Bo today.

Hope you enjoyed it.

personal story ideasDo you have a personal story? I’d like to read your comments about how you use your personal story ideas.

Here is a related post.

” Tony Robbins Video 2012 “

Go Out And Express Your Personal Story Ideas As If Your Life Depends On It, It Does!


What Ever It Takes

Do You Do What Ever It Takes?

What Ever It Takes
What Ever It Takes

When you commit to do what ever it takes you’ve made a commitment to keep on going no matter what. There is no easy way out of a do what ever it takes attitude.

Compare that to a I’ll do the best I can commitment. The best I can – that’s a ticket to quit as soon as the going gets tough.

So what kind of person are you? Do you do the best you can or do you do

What Ever It Takes.

Do you think this guy does what ever it takes?

Do you know the 10 steps for taking action in any situation?

Action is what allows you to do what ever it takes.

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What Ever It Takes


Bo Eason on the Power of a Personalized Story

People Want to Follow a Leader and Leaders Tell Their Personalized Story All the Time

Tell Your Personalized StoryBo Eason is a fantastic actor and at the Pro Elite Summit Week at the Atlantis Resort this past December, I was there as he acted out his personalized story for us and trained us in how to put together our own personalized  story.

Bo’s story is about a 10 year old kid who decides he is going to become a pro football prayer. He puts together a 20 year game plan on  how he is going to the win at the Super Bowl game. His is a story of tenacity, perseverance and sticking to a plan until he reached his goal.

He gives som amazing insights on life success and how you should have a personalized story as he answers questions after performing his one-man autobiographical play, “Runt of the Litter.” The former Houston Oiler describes the importance of finding and physicalizing your personal story and says it’s the most significant thing you can do to improve your business results.

Watch this video and get inspired.

Leadership requires openness to be effective. You can impress people from a distance, but you must get close to influence them. When you do that they see your flaws. However Rick Warren (author and pastor) notes -

“The most essential quality for leadership is not perfection but credibility. People must be able to trust you.”

Most people don’t want to admit their mistakes, expose their faults, and face up to their shortcomings. They don’t want to be discovered. They don’t get to close to people because of the negatives in their lives. And if people receive a leadership position, the urge to hide their weakness can become even stronger.. Most people believe they must show strength as a leader. But when they maintain that kind of stance they can not build authentic relationships.

This in where your personalized story comes in. To develop authentic relationships, leaders need to be authentic. They must admit their mistakes. They must own up to their faults. They must recognize their shortcomings. In other words they must be the real deal. Your personalized story puts you squarely in that space. It’s a valuable place to be for a leader. And truthfully, it is one of the main reasons many leaders never progress beyond a leadership level where they simply have a title.

What’s your take on this – your comments are welcome.

Here is another insight on leadership you may enjoy.

Your Personalized Story – A Powerful Boost To Your Prosperity.


The Art Of Problem Solving – It’s Up To You

Are You A Wussy Problem Identifier Or A Master At The Art Of Problem Solving?

The art of problem solving

the art of problem solvingOften, we’re hesitant to identify a problem out of fear we can’t solve it. Knowing that we have to live with something that we’re unable to alter gives us a good reason to avoid verbalizing it–highlighting it just makes it worse.

While this sort of denial might be okay for individuals (emphasis on might), it’s a lousy approach for organizations of any size. That’s because there are almost certainly resources available that can solve a problem if you decide it’s truly worth solving.

The Art of problem solving

  • Be crystal clear on the problem. If you are going to solve a problem – what is your objective? What exactly are you needs to be done? Be crystal clear on what the objective is that will solve the problem. If you can’t define the objective – you are part of the problem.
  • the art of problem solvingOnce you are crystal clear on what the problem is and what it takes to solve it, You’ve got to ask the question – Do I really want to solve this problem and by what time? You can’t save the world in a day and if it’s a simple mater of being out of milk, well maybe you just delegate it to you teenager to go to the corner store. Some problems aren’t worth the time and effort – make that decision and get on with life. But if the answer to the question is yes it’s time to take the bull by the horns and prepare to get dirty.
  • Big problem almost always can be broken down into a series of tasks, or smaller problems. Sometimes one of the smaller problems is the root cause of your bigger problem. In any event keep breaking the tasks and smaller problems down until you have a series of steps to follow.
  • Now it’s time to take the next step in the art of problem solving and that is to come up with The Plan. A plan is nothing more than a series of steps leading to the objective. You need to assess the resources you have and define the resources you need. Can you do it yourself or do you need a team? What can you outsource? Define your plan – string those steps together in a logical manner.
  • the art of problem solvingTake the First Step. And always knowing what the next step is – is the art of problem solving.


Put yourself and your people on a path to finding problems without regard for whether or not they are capable of solving them. Queue them up, prioritize them and then go find the help your organization needs to solve them.

Just because you don’t know what to do about it doesn’t make it less of a problem.

Your comments are welcome.

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The Art of Problem Solving – It’s Up To You.



All It Takes Is A Decision

Here’s a quote from an email Steve sent me today.

“There’s an old saying in performance: “A bet against a champion is a bad bet.”

After interviewing, coaching, and competing against these people for 27 years, I agree. The championship mindset doesn’t know how to quit. You can kick them, beat them, reject and discourage them, and they just keep coming. Just when you think they’re beat they will come back, and at a moment’s notice.

These people are unafraid to lose which means they always play to win. When most people are playing it safe they’re going for gold.


It’s a mindset, personality style and learned set of world-class beliefs, and all it requires is a decision to do it.

Anyone with the courage to challenge middle-class thinking has the potential to become a champion.

If you’re one of them, you already know it.

If you’re not, what are you waiting for?”

- Steve Siebold

Being a leader, a champion, mental toughness — all it is is a decision.