Tag: paradigm

3 Effective Ways to Implement Daily Spiritual Practice

Daily spiritual practice is about taking the time to acknowledge who you are.  This alone encourages growth and the flow of life. Your mind, like a garden, needs to be tended daily otherwise it will become overgrown with weeds. Yes, it takes effort, an obligation if you like for you to fertilize your own consciousness. 

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I’m Consistently Being Featured In Medium’s Top Stories – Here’s How

Many of you email me and ask me how I managed to get featured in major publications both on Medium and off Medium (like CNBC). There’s no point holding onto the strategies. I could get hit by a bus tomorrow and then no one gets to benefit from what I’ve learned. I want you all to share your message so I can selfishly read it to and be inspired. Enough preamble, sarcasm and pointless self-promotion. Let’s get to the advice.

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How to Ace Your Success: 6 Straightforward Ways to Achieve High Results

Many who are probably wealthier than you (Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, etc.) have defined success differently. True, they have great wealth, but they have also come to understand that a successful life is one of balance – of passion for the work you do, of taking time to self-reflect, of giving back, and of building relationships. Through the years, I have learned a few things about getting to success.

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5 Neuroplasticity Exercises the Top 3% of the Happy and Successful Do

Neuroplasticity isn’t some kind of new Play-Doh for kids, it’s the power your brain has to rejuvenate and create the life you want. Neuroplasticity – or brain plasticity – is the brain’s ability to modify its connections or rewire itself. Without this ability, any brain, not just the human brain, would be unable to develop from infancy through to adulthood. It has now been proven the brain continues to learn and rejuvenate itself as new data is received and stored.

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The 4 Step Process to Making More Effective Daily Decisions

While there are tons of successful people in the world, the self-made comeback stories are the ones that tend to be the most compelling. Stories like Tony Robbins, Sylvester Stallone, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson or Arnold Schwarzenegger. A newer version of this story is Lewis Howes — a top 100 Podcaster, best-selling author, and ex-professional football player.

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The Massive Benefits Of Giving Up Lying

I used to be someone that would lie. Let’s face it, many of us lie every day and think nothing of it. The truth I’ve learned is that lying will kill your success. Lying is like putting up a giant sign that says “I’m messed up, please don’t talk to me or listen to me.”

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