You Can't Hit Your Target, If You Don't Pull The Trigger!

Written by John Colanzi

How many times have you come up with a new idea that is going to make you a ton of money?

You've come with something new, that no one else is doing, and you know you'll have no competition.

You're excited, you can seerepparttar money flowing in. You're ready to act, but you hesitate.

Those nasty self doubts start creeping in:

** Who do I think I am?

** If this idea was any good, someone would already be doing it.

** What if I fail?

** What will people think?

You've gone from an excited entrepreneur, to a deer frozen in a cars headlights. You've just killed your dream.

Don't think you're alone, it can happen to anyone.

There's a story about a master swordsman in Japan that shows that it can happen to anyone.

One day while he was practicing, a stranger came in and issued him a challenge.

How to Rid Yourself of Stress at Work

Written by Lisa van den Berg

HOW TO RID YOURSELF OF STRESS AT WORK. Copyright (c) Lisa van den Berg Full reprint rights. Please keep resource box intact.

Have you seenrepparttar latest statistics on stress? We are now suffering from more Stress related illnesses than ever before and it is taking a huge toll onrepparttar 124007 Economy.

A large percentage ofrepparttar 124008 reasons given for non-attendance of work these days are related to Stress induced disorders, ailments or diseases. There is hope for us all, though.

Withrepparttar 124009 host of techniques available for helping to alleviate your stress levels, you can learn to control, and yes...even learn to relish, a certain level of Stress!

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Whenrepparttar 124012 level of stress gets too much, take out your toolbox of strategies for combating stress and see how amazing you feel once you no longer have to be a slave to outside influences.

Some examples include:


We recently went on holiday and our bus driver was a miserable old soul. He hooted at everyone and got all worked up when someone got angry when he tried to cut in (he's a bus after all!). He drove too fast aroundrepparttar 124013 hairpin bends and braked too hard and generally made us glad to be offrepparttar 124014 bus atrepparttar 124015 end ofrepparttar 124016 trip.

The next day we got onto another bus (filled with trepidation, I might add) and were greeted by a huge grin fromrepparttar 124017 bus driver. She seemed to know allrepparttar 124018 other bus and truck drivers onrepparttar 124019 island and waved to them all. When she went around a particularly tight bend onrepparttar 124020 mountain pass, she would hoot ahead to warn other motorists and when we roundedrepparttar 124021 bend,repparttar 124022 other big vehicle drivers would actually have stopped allrepparttar 124023 traffic to let her through! She'd thank them with a big wave and a grin and they'd grin right back. Needless to say, we had an absolute ball on that trip!

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