Limiting Beliefs vs. Empowering Beliefs

Limiting vs. Empowering Beliefs

I’ve not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that don’t work.” Here are a few things about the wise man that said those words, Thomas A. Edison: He invented the phonograph He invented the movie camera He invented the incandescent light bulb He held a world record of 1093 patents for inventions The guy who invented the light bulb said that he found 10,000 ways that … [Read more...]

7 Secrets to Choosing the Right Tools for Achieving Your Goals


This is a guest post by Harry Che. Harry is a web entrepreneur and experienced software developer. He is the founder and CEO at, which is an online service helping people reach goals in life by working smart and doing less. Visit to learn more how it can help you with your goals. We all know the importance of setting goals for … [Read more...]

Remembering what Productivity Really Means and How to Get There

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This is a guest post by Daniel Gold. He is a productivity author, keynote speaker, and consultant. Daniel is the moderator of the GTD Virtual Study Group podcast, co-host of The Productive Life Show podcast, author of Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Capturing Everything and Getting Things Done and Official Springpad eBook. You can read Daniel's posts on the official DEG … [Read more...]

Killing It With Consistency


This is a guest post by Joseph Lalonde. He is a youth leader at Oak Crest Church of God and leadership blogger at Joseph shares leadership tools and encourages you to become a better leader. Connect with him on Twitter or at his blog. Do you ever wonder how the really successful leaders continue to pound out victory after victory? They have a not-so-secret … [Read more...]

How Can You Create SMART Goals Today?

How To Create SMART Goals

So this will be the year that you tackle your bad habits and meet your perennial goals. This time, no amount of procrastination, distraction or plain stubbornness will get in your way. Right? This time you will create SMART Goals. While it can be difficult to follow through on your goals – the big ones that would require fundamental changes, the small ones that get lost in the … [Read more...]