How To Be Handsomely Rewarded in These Times of Astounding and Radical Change

Written by Noel Peebles

Continued from page 1
jet aircraft, lasers and cellular phones at our disposal. A phenomenon of modern society is thatrepparttar rules and boundaries keep changing. Could you look at a map ofrepparttar 101927 world today and name every country? Many geographical boundaries have changed or no longer exist. So too have social, political and emotional boundaries. Think about how attitudes andrepparttar 101928 world changed after 9/11. Like it or not,repparttar 101929 rules and boundaries are constantly changing. We do need rules, boundaries and structure in our lives. So new ones have been invented to replace those that no longer seem to serve our needs. It seems that as soon asrepparttar 101930 new rules take hold, theyíre superceded as newer ones come along to replace them. Even newer ones usually follow these and so it goes on. Every change seems to bring with it more turbulence and chaos than repparttar 101931 one before. We have fewer traditions to hang on to andrepparttar 101932 world thrives amidst constant turmoil. Prepare yourself. Thatísrepparttar 101933 message coming out of this volatile environment. We canít changerepparttar 101934 world, but we can changerepparttar 101935 way we do things andrepparttar 101936 way we react to things. If we are to succeed we absolutely must be open-minded to change and have a personal commitment to re-education. We must be prepared to become a champion of change rather than a victim of it. Try it, test it and get on with it!

Noel Peebles Get Your 100% FREE mini-course "17 Powerful Secrets That Have Made Business Owners Into Millionaires." 100% FREE! Simply send a blank email to:

Mentors Around Every Corner

Written by Josh Hinds

Continued from page 1

On stroll throughrepparttar audio section of my library I found a copy of repparttar 101926 autobiography of Lance Armstrong, called "It's Not About The Bike - My Journey Back to Life". If you're not familiar with Lance's story let me tell you it's an incredible example of courage and a willingness to prevail overrepparttar 101927 odds. I simply can't do justice to what an impact listening to it had on me.

You see, Lance is a cyclist who atrepparttar 101928 peak of his career was diagnosed with testicular cancer. The story did not end there. Not by a long shot! Lance Armstrong went on to not only beat his battle with cancer, but to becomerepparttar 101929 3-time winner ofrepparttar 101930 Tour de France (1999- 2001). It's told from a very real stand point, he points out inrepparttar 101931 beginning that it's not your traditional rose colored story of overcomingrepparttar 101932 odds. It's a wonderful heartfelt example of courage and hope and willingness to keep going no matter what might come our way.

Such examples of courage, hope, and just about anything else you care to learn about are all around us, many of which are available in places such as your area library. Take an active role in your own personal growth and start taking advantage of such resources.

As follow-up torepparttar 101933 story of Lance Armstrong I've just started listening to "Still Me" an autobiography of Christopher Reeve. The simple fact is that mentors are all around us. They can come in many forms, fromrepparttar 101934 people we interact with, to recounted stories in books and tapes... Your in success, Josh Hinds

Josh Hinds - Founder Get the *BEST* in motivation and self-improvement directly in your inbox for FREE, visit: Get a copy of the dynamic ebook "Principles Of Success" absolutely FREE when you sign-up!

    <Back to Page 1 © 2005
Terms of Use