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7 Minutes to Exponential Business Success

Kate Franzese February 2, 2017

Why do some businesses grow like weeds, while others stagnate?

A business can be close to success, but if it’s missing important elements it won’t get there. We studied tons of businesses . . . some that failed, others that grew exponentially, and some that plateaued.

We noticed very clear trends, which led us to the 3 crucial elements of a successful business, and how they will give you an edge over your competition.

The 3 critical pieces of the puzzle are mentioned in this video with John Assaraf.

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11 Fears All Successful People Must Overcome

Kate Franzese January 30, 2017

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Fear.

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. But have you ever stopped to wonder where the fear came from initially?

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3 Powerful Tips to Help You Reach Your Dreams

Denise Angelle Kinsley January 28, 2017

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The new year inspires a fresh start, and rightfully so... it’s the time of year for change and new beginnings.

Resolutions and other goal setting practices mark a clean slate, and as cliché as it sounds, it’s the best time for making positive changes in your life. But let’s face it, new year’s resolutions rarely stick.

So to help you stay motivated throughout the year, here are a few useful tips for you to review whenever you feel yourself losing the steam to accomplish your goals and dreams. 

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There's a long list of fears circulating out there in the world: Fear of success, fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of the unknown, fear of being judged, fear of not being good enough . . .

The list goes on and on: Fear of not being smart enough, fear of not being worthy, fear of public speaking, fear of disappointment, fear of commitment . . . 

When we think about overcoming our fears, we first have to understand the difference between fear and emotion. 

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Here Are 3 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Mind and Body

Denise Angelle Kinsley January 24, 2017

Do you find yourself racing for a cookie or soft drink every time your blood sugar drops? This is a common occurrence for many people . . . so if you do it, you're definitely not alone. 

Becoming a creature of habit doesn’t have to be a bad thing. While the initial steps to maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle can be tough, the end result will prove to be worth the effort. And since you’ll be feeling so energetic, focused, and happy, you’ll want to continue to nurture your healthy habits.

But diet advice encourages us to dive into a new way of eating without serious thought or sufficient preparation, right? No wonder it’s difficult to continue to "diet" when essential ingredients are missing from our shopping lists and our cupboards are full of foods that should be avoided.

And anyone who has been on a diet before will agree that the most difficult part of weight management is keeping the weight off. This article may help you to achieve long-term weight maintenance with suggestions on how to curb your cravings . . . and modify daily eating patterns to encourage a happier and healthier lifestyle, so keep reading . . . 

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What's your current understanding of money? For the most part, it's just paper, right? But what else is it? 

Money is energy. And it's an exchange of energy that's tied up in complicated emotion and systems of belief.

Ready to learn more about what money is exactly? Once you understand money, you'll be able to make more of it. Watch the video and find out what you're missing . . . 

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This Is the Best Way to Overcome Procrastination

Denise Angelle Kinsley January 18, 2017

Are you putting off challenging tasks and action steps in order to do comfortable, pleasurable activities that won’t threaten your ego?

If so, it may be time to check your level of procrastination . . . just to see if this type of behavior is an issue for you. Maybe you’re reading this article because you’re procrastinating right now? Let’s find out.

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Innercise: Learn to Turn off Negative Thoughts

Kate Franzese January 14, 2017

Have you ever wondered where that little negative voice inside your head comes from?

What If we told you that we're all biologically wired to be negative first?

In this video, John Assaraf shares why we often feel negative about life. Then, you'll learn how to prevent negativity from holding you back from your life’s goals and dreams.

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How to Reprogram Your Brain for Optimal Health

John Assaraf January 9, 2017

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Research shows that over 95 percent of people who go on a diet, especially when their only strategy for losing weight is the diet, end up regaining the weight. 

In this video, I talk with leading nutrition and fat loss expert, Ari Whitten, to discuss the best way to go about losing the fat and keeping it off. 

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8 Easy Steps to Help You Make Better Decisions

Denise Angelle Kinsley January 4, 2017

Do you feel stuck in any area of your life? Are you too scared to take the appropriate steps to advance your career, relationships, health, and/or wealth? Do you want to start making successful choices that will continually move you in the direction of your dreams?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time to assess your decision-making process. Understanding how the process works is essential to bypassing major obstacles along your path to success.

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Have you ever lost weight but then gained it back right away? Did it become a pattern for you: Lose weight, gain it back, lose weight, gain it back . . .  even though you exercised everyday?

I know the feeling. This happened to me at least 15 times. I even ate pretty well, except that I loved to eat sugar. I was addicted to sugar. Whether it was a candy bar, frozen yogurt, cookies, cakes . . . And I wouldn't eat one, I'd eat four or five at a time.

So what did I do? I learned how to win the weight loss game.

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