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11 Money Mindset Myths

Kate Franzese September 16, 2016


What thoughts or emotions does that word stir up?

Are they positive or negative?

Your relationship with money will always define how much you have.

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Innercise: Fix Your Focus, Release your fears

Kate Franzese September 16, 2016


Have you ever missed out on an opportunity, because you were afraid?

Fear is an insidious obstacle.

It used to keep us alive, back in the cave days. When large, predatory animals were roaming around our territory, a keen awareness saved lives.

Nowadays, there just aren’t as many real threats to our survival.

Inside your brain, however, you have the same fear circuit that your cave-dwelling ancestors had.

Instead of acting up when a tiger is nearby, your fear circuit responds to modern terrors like public-speaking, heights, being rejected, or failing a test.

The trigger is different, but the fear response is the same and your nonconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between something that is real or something that is being imagined.

Luckily, you’re the boss — not your brain.

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Why “Just Do It” Isn’t Enough

Kate Franzese September 14, 2016

Don’t get me wrong. I love Nike.

But if you’re interested in achieving amazing things in your lifetime, and feeling a continuous sense of pride at your accomplishments… then you need to hear a little bit more than  “Just Do It” ...

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11 Fears All Successful People Must Overcome

Kate Franzese September 9, 2016


What’s your biggest fear?

Snakes? Planes? Snakes on planes...?

Most of us can think of a couple things that send shivers down the spine.

Have you ever stopped to wonder where the fear came from initially?

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How To Free Yourself From Fear of Public Speaking

Denise Kinsley August 30, 2016


When you think about speaking in front of 5,000 people, do you feel excited, or terrified? 

According to the data, most of us are absolutely terrified of public speaking -- even more so than death. 

So what are your options? 

A. Avoid public speaking like it's the plague,

B. Speak when you must, knowing that you're probably embarrassing yourself, 


C. Learn to overcome your fear and master the art of public speaking.

If option C. sounds like a good fit, keep reading this article to do just that.

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 What if your best friend stopped by, and told you that you don’t deserve your dream life?

What if she told you that you won’t ever achieve your dreams?

Or that you’re too fat? Or too dumb?

Would you keep her around?

Probably not, right?

I bet I can think of one person you tolerate this type of talk from...

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Can You Trust Your Memory?

Kate Franzese August 11, 2016

How reliable are memories?

According to neuroscience, not so much.

When we store memories we often miss details, and when we recall memories, we distort them a little each time. Once a memory's in there, it becomes nearly impossible to distinguish between reality, and the bits our brain fabricated.

Multiple studies have even shown how simple it is to implant a “false memory” in someone’s head. It appears that the same brain regions light up whether you’re actually witnessing something, or you’re visualizing something in your mind’s eye. If you can remember seeing something, you believe it — even if you only “saw” it in your brain.

Why is this so interesting?

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How To (Naturally) Eliminate Your Anxiety

Brigitte Bell August 5, 2016

Your palms are sweating, your stomach is upset, your heart is racing, and thoughts of worry flood through your mind.

No, you’re not dying; you’re having a panic attack.

Anxiety affects approximately 40 million Americans. For some, anxiety causes some slight discomfort and distress. For others it’s debilitating, causing the afflicted individual to miss work, socially withdraw, and even avoid certain places, people, or situations entirely.

If you or a loved one has ever dealt with the irritating, often incapacitating, effects of anxiety; take heart. There are several very tactical approaches for lessening your stress and decreasing your anxiety, and this article will show you how.

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Does your income match your effort?

Or does it feel “stuck?”

Many people experience a plateau in their earning potential — even when they’re working harder than ever.

Guess what?

It’s not your intelligence, or your skills, or even your boss.

Your income may be stagnating because of ….

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Sometimes losing weight can seem really tough, right?

(And keeping it off is another huge challenge!)

Extreme times, extreme measures...

Does that resonate with your weight loss journey at all?

Have you gone sugar free, meat free, fat free, juice cleanses (food free??) …

Or eaten so many unseasoned chicken breasts, even the thought of that flavorless meat makes you gag a little?

Maybe you tried zumba, spin class, hot yoga, bootcamp…?

Sometime it seems like losing weight is inherently difficult and miserable.

What if it didn't have to be that way?

(Hint: It doesn't!)  

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 Have you ever dieted, lost weight, and then gained it all back?

(Going off of statistics, I’m guessing the answer’s “yes”)

The diet scene is a little controversial.

With thousands of diets to choose from, it’s tough to know what’s “healthy.”

For making the best choice,  we say the right diet begins with having the right mindset.

So what does the right mindset look like? 

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