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Are You Ready for Your Gift of Time?

Saturday, December 31st, 2016

You are soon to be gifted with a New Year, all the time in the world. The end of the year is bittersweet. Time is up before the “To Dos” are done. That list you carefully wrote out in January of this year, of all you would accomplish, may require little editing to become your 2017 list just a few days from now. Frustrating, isn’t it?

Mary Ellen & BrianBrian Tracy has been a mentor of mine for many years, and is a recognized authority on achievement. He recommends this time of year that you list the reasons why you didn’t fully achieve the results you intended for each of the things on your list. In taking responsibility for the outcome, the culprit cited, more often than not, is Time.

Yes, you’ve heard we all have the same amount of time, but why do we think it’s never enough? The answer is in the way you think about time. To get you started with some more effective thinking, just in time for 2017, Brian Tracy is sharing the first chapter from this latest book, “Master Your Time, Master Your Life.”

You can get it here now.

Wouldn’t it be great to have a totally new list and look forward to accomplishing it all in the New Year? Don’t waste another minute. Be the Master of your time. You’ll be glad you did.

Doesn’t It Feel Good?

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

If you wanted to make someone feel good, how would you accomplish that? Instead of trying to imagine what another person would enjoy, think first about what makes you feel good.

Everyone has their peculiarities. They like mustard on pretzels. Or prefer the color green instead of red. Wine tops beer every time. But consider the similarities we share. What makes you feel good?

      Being called by your name.

      Getting a sincere compliment.

      Receiving an unexpected gift.

All simple gestures that feel wonderful and boost you self esteem. What everyone likes is to be noticed and appreciated. How many times in your day could you make the effort to remember someone's name and repeat it back to them? When you notice that a person looks great wearing a particular color, why not tell them? Next time you see a little something in the store and think to yourself, "she would love that," add it to your purchases and make her day.

What do you like?

To feel good. Pass it on.

 

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around"

Leo Buscaglia



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