Written by June McHardy


It is said that once most people leave school they makerepparttar decision that their learning days are over. Most of them will seldom ever read another non-fiction book, therefore missing out on one ofrepparttar 123884 greatest resources for boosting their career goals. They don't realize that reading and constantly learning will keep them mentally alert and younger, their memory will improve, they'll be more decisive, smarter and quicker - in short, constant learning is considered one ofrepparttar 123885 prime success skills.

...And reading books about a specific subject that is of interest to you regarding your career can give you an added bonus! When you study and learn more about a favorite topic you give your confidence a boost. You can very quickly become an authority inrepparttar 123886 field. Do you think that this would advance your career goals? You bet it would!

Another tip is to try always to read material written by someone with hands-on experience inrepparttar 123887 field, rather than just theory. The same things goes for seminars or courses. The person who has been "throughrepparttar 123888 mill" has a lot more to offer you.

Along The Well Traveled Path...

Written by June McHardy

Along The Well Traveled Path... 2001 June McHardy

I've always been a reader!

I've always hauntedrepparttar local library - still do - but when we were going through some bad times several years ago, I discovered a whole new classification of books and tapes. Motivational and inspirational ones.

After a bad day, I could immerse myself in "Real Magic" by Wayne Dyer, and know that there were possibilities out there after all. This book taught me that meditation doesn't need to be done in a specific way but that you can simply sit by yourself quietly, for 30 to 60 minutes and you'll come up with numerous exciting solutions!

Bob Proctor's "You were Born Rich" was my constant companion for many years. It's dog-eared now, but it taught me that riches include many things in our lives besides money and we need to be grateful for each and every one.

Every time I drove my car I listened to cassette tapes, including Brian Tracy's "The Psychology of Success" tapes or "Possibity Thinking" by Robert H. Schuller and somehow, it gradually dawned on me that this assistance is always present and available to us in our lives, in good times and in bad.

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