Innovating Your Way to Success

Written by Julie Jordan Scott

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3. They study past methods of success and determine how to make small improvements that when added together make a huge difference. Instead of looking atrepparttar cavernous difference between here and there, they focus onrepparttar 123989 next step onrepparttar 123990 bridge and build from it.

4. They are willing to step up torepparttar 123991 plate repeatedly when others are not. It reminds me ofrepparttar 123992 many stories of baseball greats with huge hitting successes. Those same successes also had many "failures". Often those withrepparttar 123993 most home runs also haverepparttar 123994 highest number of strikeouts.

5. They take A and add B and come up with a surprising WXYZ asrepparttar 123995 solution. While others see A and B adding up to AB, innovators see repparttar 123996 possibilities inherent in synchronicity. They are not satisfied withrepparttar 123997 status quo. As Harry Truman said, "Why try again? There is business to finish!"

In what ways will you begin to bring an innovative brand of thinking into your own success in life?

How can you take YOUR "A" and YOUR "B" to equal YOUR "WXYZ"? Each person onrepparttar 123998 planet has certain assets at his or her disposal. Taking a couple of YOUR assets (perhaps you have thought of these as your personal gifts both tangible and intangible) and mixing them up in a new way will bring uncommon success when you allow them to nourish each other. Get out ofrepparttar 123999 way as you grow alongside them!

What dazzling orchestrations is your brain playing that you might have been too busy to notice? One ofrepparttar 124000 most effective methods of keeping your brain in tip top shape is to actively seek outrepparttar 124001 connections it is constantly making and using them asrepparttar 124002 seeds to more greatness in your life.

What is your current "batting" average? Are you getting enough "at bats" for it to mean anything? In other words, if you are not getting out there and creating on a regular basis what will happen? Nothing. And more of what? Nothing. It takes time, diligence and repetition to seerepparttar 124003 outcomes you most desire.

Decide today to think and perform innovatively. Leverage what you've got to go where you long to go.

Takerepparttar 124004 path towards YOUR Whistle Stop Tour. There is a world out there waiting for you!

Julie Jordan Scott is a Personal Success Coach who left her career as a government bureaucrat and built a successful business in less than six months. She inspires people worldwide with her books, ezine, teaching and personal coaching. To subscribe to her newest ezine, Daily Passion Activator, the Little Ezine with the Powerful impact send a blank email or via web: to subscribe today.

Mind Your Mind

Written by Peter Murphy

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3 Userepparttar Ultimate Affirmation:

The ultimate affirmation is ideal for anyone who wants to communicate at their best under pressure. Here it is...

*I love myself*

I know this seems a bit far out. Let me explain. Let us pretend, just for a moment, that you completely love yourself 100 per cent. So this would mean you fully accept all aspects of yourself, your body, your bad habits, your personal limitations etc.

If this wasrepparttar 123988 case,repparttar 123989 opinion of other people would be totally irrelevant. You would then have no barriers to speaking at your best.

At first repeating * I love myself* is likely to cause you to feel awkward, embarrassed or just plain silly. If that happens you will know that you are onrepparttar 123990 right track because that is evidence that you are challenging limiting beliefs you already have about your value as a person.

Forrepparttar 123991 more adventurous, try this in front of a mirror. It freaked me outrepparttar 123992 first time I did it. Although I soon gotrepparttar 123993 hang of it.

Play with this approach to managing your mind and you will soon discover thatrepparttar 123994 secret is to use affirmations with intensity. Enjoy your journey!

Peter Murphy is a freelance business writer. He publishes a free weekly ezine full of practical tips for communicating at your best under pressure. All new subscribers receive a free e-book with powerful strategies for being at your best. To subscribe send a blank email to:

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