Are you a bit over positive thinking?
Whilst I agree that it is well worth the effort in the majority of cases, just some times you have to call it as it is. If life is dealing out a shocker, then so be it. This is the premis of the following article by Trish Bolton for TheAge…
I don’t know about you but I’m over being positive. I’m over looking for the silver lining when there isn’t one, over moving forward rather than reflecting on past mistakes, and over saying I’m having a nice day when basically I’m having a pretty crap one.
by Frances Cole Jones for ChangeThis.com
The knowledge that you’ve done the research, considered the risks, paid attention to every detail.
It’s the calm that comes from no-regret living. The confidence that says, ‘I have something to offer.’
Unfortunately, however, we rarely access our Wow Factor.
by Seth Godin for ChangeThis.com
Years ago … the system set out to persuade you of something that isn’t true.
Not just persuade, but drill, practice, reinforce, and yes, brainwash.
When exactly were we brainwashed into believing that the best way to earn a living is to have a job?
I think each one of us needs to start with that.
read on… it’s a must
Having just completed the Cash Machine Workshop 27-29 November with Loral Langmeier, there is much work to do! You can’t have all that learning without action being the result. It was one of the best 3-day workshops I have attended, and will definitely be recommending future ones to all…
I must have done something right, look at this!
In the Marketplace on the last day, who sold the most units…yes, that would be me!
Most sales made by a single attendee: 25 by Denise Hall
This photo was taken when Loral was acknowledging my efforts. Yeah me! (Don’t mind the thing around my neck, it was my sandwich board)
Every once in a while, as you know, you just need to spend on your OWN development. As a result I had signed up for the Cash Machine workshop, putting my hand in my wallet, and I couldn’t wait. Fortunately for for two guests who came along; they also got a whole lot out of it.
Why have I chose Loral over the many others that I have been introduced to previously?
a. she’s an entrepreneurial mother, who takes all the mother stuff into account because that’s also her frame of reference
b. she has built a multi-million dollar business on her own terms
c. she’s wants to take as many of our children on the same educational journey, via us
d. she lives life out loud… gotta love that!
For specific details about the workshop, click here
Loral Langemeier is a New York Times best-selling author, a regular contributor on the Dr Phil Show as the ‘ Money Makeover Expert ‘ and was a featured teacher in the hit TV movie ‘The Secret’ . Loral has helped thousands of people reach their financial goals and over 600 people become millionaires with her 3 to 5 year wealth-building plan. This incredible accomplishment has earned her the title ‘The Millionaire Maker’.
Loral is one of today’s most dynamic and pioneering financial strategists and has spurred thousands around the world from dazed apathy and fear of finance to getting on the path of millionaire status by giving them the simple tools to launch innovative businesses that generate cash and build wealth.
No matter what your financial situation is, Loral can help you use your current skills, and transform it into cash. That is her specialty.
On the program Loral covered:
* A Step-by-step wealth technology (i.e. a methodical, sensible way to make money)
* The importance of team and strategies of how to build one.
* Your skill set and why you should match it to a Cash Machine (business).
* How to create a revenue model.
* Marketing and sales strategies to help launch your Cash Machine successfully!
* Why it’s imperative to start building wealth before you focus on debt and saving.
* How to capitalise on the current market and other tactics to help you generate NEW money!
If you would like to know anything further, email me!
Catherine Archer for SidewaysNews.com
Work flexibility and the lure of being your own boss has boosted the entrepreneural spirit of a growing number of mothers, with many planning to set up their own business next year, a study has shown.
Telecoms giant BT questioned 1,200 women and found 15% had founded their own companies since starting a family, with one in 10 planning to join the ranks of self-employed “mumpreneurs”.
Reasons for going it alone included the ability to choose suitable working hours and achieve a work/life balance. But BT said online social networks had created more business opportunities for mothers to run a company from their lounge, kitchen or bedroom…read on