Category Archives for Mindset

Stop Being A Pushover At Work

Stop being a pushover. Have you been told your whole life that you should be nice and help out others whenever possible? Has that carried over to your working life? Are you getting the results you think you deserve by always stepping up and helping your coworkers or always taking on the extra tasks? Chances […]

Follow-Up: Does Twitter Increase Traffic? And Experimenting

Yesterday I wrote about how little Twitter increases traffic to your website. My recommendation was that you should abandon it as a strategy for growing traffic to your website and stick to using it to meet and grow relationships with other like-minded people and fellow entrepreneurs. This was based on the fact that over the […]

13 Success Tips For INTJs In The Workplace

Are you an INTJ? If you’re not familiar with the term, it’s one of the sixteen personality types categorized by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test. You should take the test because learning about your personality type is a useful way to learn about your strengths and weaknesses. This free test at 16 Personalities is […]

How To Teach Your Son To Handle Rage

Do you struggle to teach your son to handle his rage? Have you tried different techniques, only to find your son raging out of control and throwing things or hurting people? This is common, as all boys go through stages where their emotions exceed their ability to handle them. Fortunately, dealing with anger is a […]

How To Overcome Negative Emotions By Embracing Them

Do you struggle with negative emotions? Is fear, anger, sadness, or anxiety holding you back? Have you tried various techniques to overcome these but find yourself feeling like a failure? If everything else has failed, use the following technique to transform the power of negative emotions into jet fuel to power your success. Identifying Negative […]

How To Run An Online Business With Nothing But A Mobile Phone

Are you thinking about starting an online business? Do you feel you’re limited because you don’t have reliable access to a laptop or a desktop computer? Or do you find yourself frequently away from a computer due to travel, work, or school commitments? Final question – do you own a smartphone? If the answer to […]

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