The Real Key To Happiness, Peace of Mind, and Massive Success

Written by Rick Miller

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Once you discover your passions and align your life with them, success comes quickly and automatically.

What's more startling, she found that every single highly successful person who's takenrepparttar test (Mark Victor Hansen, Jack Canfield, T. Harv Eker, Dan Poynter, to name a few) already are accomplishing their top passions.

Undoubtedly knowing your passions speeds uprepparttar 135391 path to success.

Most importantly, she also revealed ways to help you realign your life to help you follow those passions.

The one key ingredient in reaching any goal or accomplishment is that you must totally love and enjoy whatever you are wanting to appear in your life.

It has to be your dream, not someone else's.

Do you really want a million dollars or would you rather have someone to love and be loved back?

Do you want that mansion or would you rather travel and not be tied down to any geographical location?

Only you can decide ...

After takingrepparttar 135392 Passion Test, I was profoundly changed inrepparttar 135393 way I view my life.

For me, I discovered that my number one passion is gaining dynamic health, my number two passion is improving myself, and three is masteringrepparttar 135394 guitar.

I realize now that I've put those desires onrepparttar 135395 back burner while I worked totally on survival goals (you know, making money and dealing with life's obstacles).

With that in mind, it's clear to me that I've missed out on a lot of joys that accomplishments in those areas would have brought me.

So I have a lot of work ahead of me to bring my life back into alignment with my most important passions ...

What about you? You owe it to yourself to discover your passions. It'll help you to become a success in all areas of your life.

Rick Miller is a Certified Master of Web Copywriting and co-founder of List Crusade. For free access to Chris and Janet Attwood's entire interview, along with 51 other audio lessons from top Internet Marketing and Self Help Gurus--go to: ==>


Written by Barbara White

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We are so blessed by God and byrepparttar people around us. Yet in a society, which seeks ‘instant’ satisfaction, it is easy to take many things for granted and not really demonstrate appreciation. We are raised to say ‘thank you’, but so often it comes out of our mouths automatically without really thinking about how grateful and appreciative we are. Our society has many expectations - good service, to have meals, to be warm and comfortable in a home, and because we’re used to this kind of lifestyle it’s easy to lose a sense of gratitude and appreciation. Saying thank you is sufficient, and isrepparttar 135376 right thing to do, yet have you considered how by going out of our way to show appreciation we can bless others and make them feel valued? When we show appreciation, we can make such a difference to someone’s day. A thank you note, a surprise gift, a letter commending good customer service to an employer, or a smile and a word of appreciation torepparttar 135377 cashier atrepparttar 135378 checkout are some ofrepparttar 135379 many ways we can show gratitude. Often showing appreciation, a short time after someone has blessed us, touches a person’s heart, as it demonstrates that what he or she did was noticed and appreciated. It costs us so little to take a moment to take someone aside to say thanks, you did a good job, and yet it can mean so much!

Being a thankful people is God’s heart for us. Scripture tells us many times to give thanks, give thanks to God, and also to those around us. To be known as a person who is thankful, showing gratitude and appreciation for all things that we have been given reflects God’s love torepparttar 135380 world around us. Our life is a gift, our health, all we have, and allrepparttar 135381 ways that people serve and give to us are gifts, not rights we can demand or expect. Col 2v7 encourages us to be overflowing in thankfulness. Let this year berepparttar 135382 year when we grow in our thankfulness, and take more time to show others our appreciation for them as individuals, andrepparttar 135383 things that they do.

Barbara White copyright 2005

Barbara White, a former Principal and teacher, is now president of Beyond Better Development. As a speaker and author, Barbara brings her passion and expertise to work with people to help them grow towards excellence and their unique potential in their personal and professional life. For more information visit her website, and sign up for her free newsletter "Growing Beyond Better"

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