"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.
You must do the thing which you think you cannot do." -Eleanor Roosevelt

Video: Crazy is Good!

July 7, 2010 by  
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Tweet Stella & Dot Founder/CEO Jessica Herrin says her success comes from years of crazy, off-the-wall thinking. It takes dedication to an idea to make it happen, even at the risk of sounding crazy!

Video: Failure: The Secret to Success

Tweet Failure. The mere thought can paralyze even the most heroic thinkers and keep great ideas off the drawing board. But is failing really that bad? We get an inside look at the mishaps of Honda racers, designers and engineers to learn how they draw upon failure to motivate them to succeed. From poor color […]

Elizabeth Gilbert describes FEAR and its control over Creativity.

Tweet Elizabeth Gilbert the author of the bestseller Eat Pray Love explains creativity on a level we may understand.  Fear causes our very natural creative spirits to diminish and become smaller than they could be.  Creativity and entrepreneurship are so tightly connected and related and share a very similar path.  It takes a mindset and […]

Tony Robbins interview with Frank Kern and John Reese

Tweet Warning: This is video is 38 minutes long. However, it could be the most rewarding, empowering, life-changing 38 minutes of your life. Within this interview Tony Robbins mentions that lives change in moments…not over time. I know that the most significant and transforming changes in my life occurred in just that amount of time. […]

The MOVIE in your head.

Tweet During  my years of selling I finally came to the conclusion that it was the voices in my head that would lead to the end result being successful or not.  The struggle was within myself, it wasn’t the client or the product I was selling.  It was 100% me.  In fact,  I came to […]

Carly Fiorina: The Dynamics of Fear and Change


5 Natural Herbs for Anxiety

June 22, 2009 by  
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Tweet If you’ve been trying to stop your overwhelming anxiety for any length of time, you’re probably already familiar with some of the more common strategies. Breathing techniques, mental exercises and finding physical outlets for stress are just a few. Granted, these tactics work pretty well, if you want to speed up the process, the […]

Does Everyone have Panic Attacks?

June 22, 2009 by  
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Tweet Does everyone have anxiety attacks? The answer is hard to give. Everyone gets anxious or panics at some point but not everyone would have what would officially be classified as a panic attack. There is a special rating system called the DSM-IV and if you have 4 or more of these symptoms during an […]

Causes of Anxiety Attacks – Learn How to Take Immediate Preventive Action

June 22, 2009 by  
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Tweet When investigating the causes of anxiety attacks, one of the first symptoms that you should look for is fear. To be more specific, you should look for unprovoked fear. This fear begins without any rhyme or reason and it takes control over your mind and your body before you can stop it. Your body […]

Can You Unmask Your Fears?

May 16, 2009 by  
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Tweet The dark, heights, spiders, crowds, public speaking and even snakes can be a few of the things people would say they are afraid of. What are your fears? Are you afraid of even finding out or facing those fears? Over time I have found that a big part of what people are in need […]

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