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S-T-R-E-T-C-H Yourself By Darren Hardy-Part #3

 Learn Success Tips from: S-T-R-E-T-C-H Yourself By Darren Hardy-Part #3 Guess what? Some of those expired listings listed with me. Some of those FSBOs ended up converting and listing with me. And some of those cold doors and cold-calls were looking to sell and list with me. That is how I ended up outselling an office of 44 agents, combined. [...]

S-T-R-E-T-C-H Yourself By Darren Hardy-Part #2

Great Article Series by one of my friends/mentors Daren Hardy! The only way to achieve more success is to experience more failure. Once you know this you are no longer afraid of failure, you accept it as necessary, part of the process. Now, if you want to drive your success, here is what you do… You cannot necessarily control the [...]

S-T-R-E-T-C-H Yourself By Darren Hardy-Part #1

Great Article Series by one of my friends/mentors Daren Hardy! If you are going to achieve goals you have never achieved before, you must be willing to do what you have never done before. One of those things is to allow, no actually push, yourself to FAIL. And if you want to succeed big, you have to fail big. There [...]

Where there is Life, there is HOPE

Last fall Alita and I were having a conversation with Darren Hardy, Publisher of Success Magazine.  Alita asks Darren, "Who is going to be on the next cover of Success magazine?"  Darren replies, “Joel Olsteen.  He has a following of millions.”  I said, “You are in his league.”  Darren says, “Not hardly.  He has 40 million followers and I have [...]

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How to Compound Your SUCCESS By: Darren Hardy

How to Compound Your SUCCESS Every choice you make has an impact on the Compound Effect of your life. This chapter is about becoming aware of and making choices that support the expansion of your life. Sounds complicated, but you’ll be amazed by its simplicity. No longer will 99 percent of your choices be unconscious. No more will most of [...]

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Mastering Mental Chatter By: Darren Hardy

Keys to Life! Mastering Mental Chatter By: Darren Hardy How to Gain Control of Information Flooding Your Brain Here are four suggestions to get in control of the information you allow into your head: 1: Cut the Cord. Most of what passes for news is negative, sensational and appalling and has no contribution to your personal goals in life. Stop [...]

Discover Resources for Your Success By: Darren Hardy-Part #3/3

Discover Resources for Your Success By: Darren Hardy-Part #3/3 18. Good Dress Shoes. What item of clothing says more about you than anything else? Your shoes. It’s true! You can tell a lot about a person by his or her shoes. The quality, style and how you care for them sheds light on your choices and care about other areas [...]

Discover Resources for Your Success By: Darren Hardy-Part #2/3

Discover Resources for Your Success By: Darren Hardy-Part #2/3 9. Networking Tools. Your networth rarely exceeds your network. You cannot become successful as a hermit; you need people. A few contact management options are ACT!™, GoldMine® and, of course, Outlook® and Entourage® (Mac). There are a few great Web-based contact management systems like Salesforce.com, Zoho. com and Maximizer.com. I also [...]

Discover Resources for Your Success By: Darren Hardy-Part #1/3

Discover Resources for Your Success By: Darren Hardy-Part #1/3 I am always looking for an edge—a faster, more efficient way to get more done. In the race of life, it’s not the giant leaps forward that result in victory; rather, it’s gaining little half-steps here and there that creates the great expanse between you and everyone else. Finding and mastering [...]

How to Gain the Power of Influence By: Darren Hardy

How to Gain the Power of Influence By: Darren Hardy Jim Rohn tells us we become the combined average of the five people we hang around the most. The people we spend our time with determine what conversations dominate our attention, and what observations, attitudes and opinions we repetitively are introduced to. Your associations don't shove you in a direction; [...]