What Will You Tell Your Grandchildren about the “Good Old Days?”Written by Noel Peebles
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It always makes me smile, because when I first started in that business, same thoughts had gone through my mind. The fact is… We are surrounded by opportunities, but most people don't recognize them. For example, there are far more opportunities in direct marketing (and internet marketing) today, especially for small guy, than I have ever known there to be in past. In 20 years from now people will look back and wish that they could have started a business, invested money, bought shares or property during early years of new century, when there were so many new opportunities. Those really were “The Good Old Days”, and exciting reality is… we are living in them. HERE! NOW! You’ll be able to tell your grandchildren all about them! As author Maxwell Maltz once said - "What is opportunity, and when does it knock? It never knocks. You can wait a whole lifetime, listening, hoping, and you will hear no knocking. None at all. You are opportunity, and you must knock on door leading to your destiny. You prepare yourself to recognize opportunity, to pursue and seize opportunity as you develop strength of your personality, and build a self-image with which you are able to live... with your self-respect alive and growing."
Noel Peebles. Market Leaders Limited. http://www.instantsellbusiness.com http://www.instantsellhome.com Home Selling Secrets Revealed. Tips and ideas on how to get top price selling your home, how to choose real estate agents, or advertise your house for sale privately. http://www.instantsellhome.com
The Top 10 Helpful Things to Tell Someone Who's in a Difficult TransitionWritten by Susan Dunn
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7. Study people who have successfully maneuvered transition you're undertaking. Use them as models.
8. Periods of introspection are normal; there are times when you won't be taking action and that's fine.
9. Transitions are incredible opportunities for growth.
10. Use me as North Star as you head out into uncharted waters.
Susan Dunn is a personal and professional development coach. mailto:email@example.com for FREE ezine.