Archive for Mei 2008


Mei 19, 2008



Network Marketing Success Mindset – Your Money Blueprint
By T. Harv Eker, author of NY Times # 1 Bestseller

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind:  Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth

All of us have a personal money blueprint ingrained in our subconscious minds that will determine our financial lives.

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to get rich easily, while others are destined for a life of financial struggle?  Is the difference found in their education, intelligence, skills, timing, work habits, contacts, luck, or their choice of jobs, businesses or investments?

The shocking answer is none of the above!

No doubt you’ve read other books, listened to tapes or CDs, gone to courses and learned about numerous money systems, be they in real estate, stocks or business.  But what happened?  For most people, not much!  They get a short blast of energy, and then it’s back to the status quo.

Finally, there’s an answer.  It’s simple, it’s law, and you’re not going to circumvent it.  It all comes down to this:  If your subconscious “financial blueprint” is not set for success, nothing you learn, nothing you know and nothing you do will make much of a difference.  I’ll explain more about this later.

My Obsession with Becoming a Success
Like many of you, I supposedly had a lot of potential but had little to show for it.  I read all the books, listened to all the tapes and went to all the seminars.  I really, really, really wanted to be successful.  I don’t know whether it was the money, the freedom, the sense of achievement or just to prove I was good enough in my parents’ eyes, but I was almost obsessed with becoming a success.

After leaving college after my first year, I spent the next 12 years trying to make ends meet.  Any money I made, I lost.  I really couldn’t rub two nickels together.  I thought that I was fairly intelligent and a good person, and I couldn’t understand why the one thing that I wanted, financial success, completely eluded me.

Then, as luck would have it, I got some advice from a rich friend of my father, a wealthy man in many ways.  He was a strongly principled person who had a really big heart.  He said to me, “Harv, if you want to be successful at business, you need to do what successful business people do.  Rich people think the same thoughts and take similar actions, albeit in different vehicles.  So by reading, studying and modeling them you can pick up what they do.”

It was time to put what I learned to the test.  I opened my next business, which was one of the first retail fitness stores in all of North America .  And using the principles I learned, I became a millionaire in only two and a half years.  The business was so successful that I opened 10 stores in that time alone.

After selling the company, I took a few years off to refine my strategies and began doing one-on-one business consulting.  And today, my sole mission is to teach these same principles to people throughout North America via my Millionaire Mind Seminar program.

I would like to share with you a little about how each of us is conditioned to think and act about money.  I’ll help demystify for you why some people are destined to be rich and others are destined for a life of struggle.  You’ll understand the root causes of success, mediocrity or financial failure and begin changing your financial future for the better.

What is your Network Marketing Money Blueprint?
One of the things I say in my book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind:  Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth, as well as on radio and television is, give me five minutes with anyone and I can predict their financial future for the rest of their life.  How?  By identifying their money blueprint.

Each of us has a personal money blueprint already ingrained in our subconscious mind that will determine our financial life.  What that means is you can know everything about business, marketing, communications, negotiation or real estate, for example, but if your subconscious money blueprint isn’t preset to a high level of success, you will never amass a large amount of money.

We’ve all heard of Donald Trump and what he has accomplished.  Here is this multibillionaire who at one point lost everything, and within two years he’s got it all back and more.  Why?  His money blueprint is set for “high”.  On the other side of the coin we have lottery winners.  They win millions of dollars and within five years virtually half of them are back where they started.  Why?  Their money blueprint is set for “low”.

How your Money Blueprint is Formed
What people have to realize is that we are all taught and conditioned in how to deal with money.  Unfortunately, many of us were taught by people who didn’t have a lot of money, so their way of thinking about money became our natural and automatic way to think.

Your mind is nothing more than a big and spacious storage cabinet.  In this mental file cabinet you file and store information.  Where does this information come from?  It comes from your past programming.  Your past programming determines every thought that forms in your mind.

So the question becomes, “How are we conditioned?”  We are conditioned in three primary ways in every arena of life, including money:

The first influence- Verbal programming:  What did you hear when you were young?
The second influence – Modeling:  What did you see when you were young?
The third influence – Specific incidents:  What did you experience about money, success and rich people when you were young?

The First Influence:  Verbal Programming
Did you ever hear phrases like, “Money is the root of all evil.”  “Save your money for a rainy day.” “Rich people are greedy.” “Rich people are criminals.” “filthy riches.” “You have to work hard to make money.”  In my household, every time I asked my father for any money I’d hear him scream, “What am I made of – money?”

Every statement you heard about money when you were young remains lodged in your subconscious mind as part of the blueprint that is running your financial life.  Naturally, you don’t even have to think about it.  You don’t even see it.  You go to your money file, pick it out and do what you’re supposed to do with it.  That’s because your subconscious conditioning determines your thinking.  Your thinking determines your decisions, and your decisions determine your actions, which eventually determine your outcomes.

The Second Influence:  Modeling
The second way we are conditioned is called modeling.  There is a saying, “Monkey see, monkey do.”  And, of course, human beings are not far behind.  Generally, we will tend to be exactly like one or a combination of both of our parents in the arena of money.

So the question is what were your parents like around money when you were growing up?  Did they manage money well or did they mismanage it?  Were they spenders or were they savers?  Were they shrewd investors or were they non-investors?  Was money always a struggle in your home or was it a source of joy and ease?  Whatever your answers, you will be very similar to that.  Although most of us would hate to admit it, there’s more than a grain of truth in the old saying, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

On the other side of the coin, some of us are exactly the opposite of one or both parents when it comes to money.  Many people who come from poor families become angry and rebellious about it.  Often they either go out and get rich or at least have the motivation to do so.  But there’s one little hiccup.  Whether such people get rich or work very hard trying to become successful, they usually aren’t happy.  Why?  Money and anger become linked in their minds, and the more money such individuals have or strive for, the angrier they get.

The reason or motivation you have for making money or creating success is vital.  If your motivation for acquiring money or success comes from a non-supportive root such as fear, anger or the need to prove yourself, your money will never bring you happiness.

The Third Influence:  Specific Incidents
The primary way we are conditioned is by specific incidents.  What did you experience when you were young about money, wealth and rich people?  These experiences are extremely important because they shape the beliefs – or rather, the illusions – you now live by.

Let me give you an example.  A woman who was an operating room nurse attended the Millionaire Mind Intensive seminar.  Josey had an excellent income, but somehow she always spent all of her money.  When we dug a little deeper, she revealed she remembers when she was 11 being at a Chinese restaurant with her parents and sister.  Her mom and dad were having yet another bitter argument about money.  Her dad was standing up, screaming and slamming his fist on the table.  She remembers him turning red, then blue, and then falling to the floor from a heart attack.  She was on the swim team at school and had CPR training, which she administered, but to no avail.  Her father died in her arms.

Since that day, Josey’s mind linked money with pain.  It’s no wonder, then, that as an adult, she subconsciously got rid of all of her money in an effort to get rid of her pain.  It’s also interesting to note that she became a nurse.  Why?  Is it possible she was still trying to save her dad?

What is Your Money Blueprint Set For?
Now it’s time to answer the million-dollar question:  What is your current money and success blueprint, and what results is it subconsciously moving you toward?  Are you set for success, mediocrity or financial failure?  Are you programmed for struggle or for ease around money?  Are you set for working hard for your money or working in balance?  Are you set for having a high income, a moderate income or low income?  Are you programmed for saving money or for spending money?  Are you programmed for managing your money well or mismanaging it?

As I stated earlier, your money blueprint will determine your financial life — and even your personal life.  If you’re a woman whose money blueprint is set for low, chances are you’ll attract a man who is also set for low so you can stay in your financial comfort zone and validate your blueprint.  If you’re a man who is set for low, chances are you’ll attract a woman who is a spender and gets rid of all your money, so you can stay in your financial comfort zone and validate your blueprint.

So again, how can you tell what your money blueprint is set for?  One of the most obvious ways is to look at your results.  Look at your bank account.  Look at your income.  Look at your net worth.  Look at your success with investments.  Look at your business success.  Your blueprint is like a thermostat.  If the temperature of the room is 72 degrees, chances are good that the thermostat is set for 72 degrees.

The Roots Create the Fruits
The only way to significantly change the temperature in the room is to reset the thermostat.  In the same way, the only way to change your level of financial success permanently is to reset your financial thermostat, otherwise known as your money blueprint.

In life, our fruits are called our results.  So what do we tend to do?  Most of us focus even more attention on the fruits, our results.  But what is it that actually creates those fruits?  The seeds and the roots, that’s what.

What’s under the ground creates what’s above the ground.  What’s invisible creates what’s visible.  So what does that mean?  It means if you want to change the fruits, you will first have to change the roots.  If you want to change the visible, you must first change the invisible.

In every forest, on every farm, in every orchard on Earth, what’s under the ground creates what’s above the ground.  That’s why focusing your attention on the fruits you’ve already grown is futile.  You cannot change the fruits already hanging on the tree.  You can, however, change tomorrow’s fruits.  But to do so, you’ll have to dig below the ground and strengthen the roots.

I’ll be in touch soon with much more!

Jim Britt


Kata Hikmat

Mei 16, 2008



Effort only fully releases its reward after a person refuses to quit. —Napoleon Hill

Growth is the process of responding positively to change. —Paul Harvey

Nothing is so infectious as example.
Francois de La Rochefoucauld

It’s easier to keep going when you get results.
Michael S. Clouse

Time properly invested is worth a fortune. —Jim Rohn

Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders. —Tom Peters

Direction determines destination. —Jim Rohn

It’s easy to see the outcome and yet overlook the process. —Michael S. Clouse

Everything you can imagine is real. —Pablo Picasso

Success is dependent on effort. —Sophocles

The major key to your better future is you. —Jim Rohn

Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right. —Oprah Winfrey

Action conquers fear. —Peter Nivio Zarlenga

If you don’t leap, you’ll never know what it’s like to fly.
—Guy Finley

Good fortune is what happens when opportunity meets with planning. —Thomas Edison

You are the only person on earth who can use your ability. —Zig Ziglar

Step by step the ladder is ascended. —George Herbert

The way to get ahead is to start now. —William Feather

Don’t wait. The time will never be just right.
Napoleon Hill

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. —C.S. Lewis

Really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great. —Mark Twain

The way to get ahead is to start now. —William Feather

To find new things, take the path you took yesterday.
—John Burroughs

A promise must never be broken. —Alexander Hamilton

Every noble work is at first impossible. —Thomas Carlyle

Delay not to seize the hour! —Aeschylus

Time will either promote you or expose you. —Jeff Olson

Successful people are simply those with successful habits. —Brian Tracy

You are the one who must choose your place.
James Lane Allen

A lean purse is easier to cure than to endure.
George S. Clason

Knowledge fueled by emotion equals action. —Jim Rohn

The important thing is somehow to begin —Henry Moore

Because the dreams you dare to dream really do come true…. —Michael S. Clouse

Look for the good in every person and in every situation. —Brian Tracy

Think like a man of action, act like a man of thought.
—Henry Bergson

Thoughts are but dreams till their effect be tried.
—William Shakespeare.

We all have ability. The difference is how we use it.
—Stevie Wonder.

They can because they think they can. —Virgil

The impossible is often the untried. —Jim Goodwin

Concentration is the secret of strength.
—Ralph Waldo Emerson

Action is the foundational key to all success.
—Pablo Picasso

People first, then money, then things. —Suze Orman

Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.
Warren G. Bennis

Reasonable people work for the dreamers. —Darnell Self

Work only with those you would choose as friends.
Michael S. Clouse

It is the mind that makes the body rich
Andrew Carnegie

You not expected to know how; you’re expected to learn how. —Michael S. Clouse

Success is something you attract by the person you become. —John Earl Shoaff

Action without study is fatal. Study without action is futile. —Mary Beard

I will persist until I succeed. —Og Mandino

Goals are dreams with deadlines. —Kathy Lutz

Use, recommend, and sponsor. —Richard B. Brooke

If you want leaders, you must become a leader yourself! —John C. Maxwell

What we believe internally, we experience externally.
Michael S. Clouse

Make your life a mission—not an intermission.
—Arnold H. Glasgow

I will study and get ready, and some day my chance will come —Abraham Lincoln

The results you achieve will be in direct proportion to the effort you apply. —Denis Waitley

There are no limits but the sky. Believe! —Harriet Mitchell

Confidence is preparation’s twin. —Michael S. Clouse

Act as if it were impossible to fail. —Dorothea Brande

We aim above the mark to hit the mark.
—Ralph Waldo Emerson

Never mistake motion for action. —Ernest Hemmingway

Decide that you want it more than you are afraid of it.
—Bill Cosby

The world we have created is a product of our thinking.
—Albert Einstein

If you can do more, you should. —Robert Redford

An aim in life is the only fortune worth finding.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Never, never, never, never give up. —Winston Churchill

Well arranged time is the surest mark of a well arranged mind. —Isaac Pitman

To have more, you’ve got to become more.
—John Earl Shoaff

Success leaves clues. —Anthony Robbins

Mistakes are a fact of life: It is the response to the error that counts. —Nikki Giovanni

Nothing happens unless first we dream. —Carl Sandburg

Life is a succession of moments. To live each one is to succeed. —Corita Kent

Nothing happens unless first we dream. —Carl Sandburg

If you share a good idea long enough, it will eventually fall on good people. —Jim Rohn

To have more, we must first become more. —Jim Rohn

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.
—Albert Einstein

Imagine that! Activity matters most! —Michael S. Clouse

The successful person makes a habit of doing what the failing person doesn’t like to do.
—Thomas Edison

Network Marketing is an ‘equal opportunity’ opportunity. —Michael S. Clouse

Life is the sum of all your choices. —Albert Camus

To add a library to a house is to give that house a soul. —Cicero

We work to become, not to acquire. —Elbert Hubbard

If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal.
—Albert Einstein

Your future depends on many things, but mostly on you.—Frank Tyger

As for the Future, your task is not to foresee, but to enable it. —Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do. —Epictetus

To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
—Anatole France

If you don’t run your own life, somebody else will.
—John Atkinson (1884 – 1932)

Courage is not the absence of fear; it is the willingness to do what needs to be done. —Cecilia Stoll

Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become. —James Allen

Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned.
—Peter Marshall

The secret of success is the consistency to pursue.
—Harry F. Banks

You master the words by hearing the music one more time. —Michael S. Clouse

You’ve got to have reasonable goals and the stick-to-itiveness to get there. —J. Robert Buchanan

Leadership is the challenge to be something more than average. —Jim Rohn

No amount of ability is of the slightest avail without honor. —Andrew Carnegie

How does one succeed? Try hard enough.
—Malcolm Forbes

Time is the longest distance between two places.
Tennessee Williams

The Law of Magnetism: Who you are is who you attract.
John C. Maxwell

Knowing where you’re going is the first step to getting there. —Ken Blanchard

The key to success is dedication to life-long learning.
Stephen Covey

Make measurable progress in reasonable time.
Jim Rohn

You are the architect of your destiny… Because you write the blueprint for your life! —Michael S. Clouse

If you can dream it, you can do it. —Walt Disney

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. —Aristotle

What do you pack to pursue a dream, and what do you leave behind? —Sandra Sharpe

Your commitment must equal your expectations.
—Matthew J. Freese

In Network Marketing, duplication is what success looks like! —Michael S. Clouse

Self Motivation. Without it nothing else works. With it, nothing else matters. —Richard B. Brooke

It is never too late to be what you might have been.
—George Eliot

Character consists of what you do on the third or fourth tries. —James Michener

Believe and act as if it were impossible to fail. 
Charles Kettering

Your mind believes what you tell it… —Paul J. Meyer

You control your life by controlling your time
Hyrum W. Smith

The formula for success is a few simple disciplines practiced every day. —Jim Rohn

There is a world of difference between knowing what to do and actually doing it. —Bill Phillips

It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts.
John Wooden

Self-image sets the boundaries of individual accomplishment. —Maxwell Maltz

Put up the dream. Put in the knowledge. Put out the effort. —Denis Waitley

The question we should be asking ourselves is: “Would I want to be sponsored by me?” —Jeff Olson

Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise. Seek what they sought. —Basho

Managers do things right, leaders do the right things.
Warren Bennis

Be liberal in your praise; it cost nothing and it encourages much. —Horace Mann

The major key to your better future is you! —Jim Rohn

The ability to concentrate and to use time well is everything. —Lee Iacocca

He who stops being better stops being good. 
—Oliver Cromwell

Our deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds. —George Eliot

Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. —John Wooden

Don’t let the best you have done so far be the standard for the rest of your life. —Gustavus F. Swift

Your behavior is a reflection of what you truly believe.
Hyrum W. Smith

First say to yourself what you should be, and then do what you have to do. —Epictetus

He turns not back who is bound to a star.
—Leonardo da Vinci

If we did the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves. —Thomas Edison

Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out. —Robert Collier

Know what you want and believe that you can have it.
—Norman Vincent Peale

Money is only a byproduct of being engaged in a worthy cause. —Hyrum W. Smith

The ancestor of every action is a thought.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Any day we wish; we can start the process of life change. —Jim Rohn

Success is goals, and all else is commentary.
Brian Tracy

Don’t say, “If I could, I would.” Say, “If I can, I will.” 
Jim Rohn

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. —Eleanor Roosevelt

Great thoughts reduced to practice become great acts. —William Hazlitt

Excellence is doing a common thing in an uncommon way. —Booker T. Washington

Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time. —Stephen Swid

Like attracts like… Whatever the conscious mind thinks and believes, the subconscious identically creates.
—Brian Adams

Start by doing what’s necessary, then what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.
—Francis of Assisi

You will become as small as your controlling desire; as great as your dominate aspiration. —William James

Fall down seven times, stand up eight.
—Japanese Proverb

The great thing in this world is not so much where we are, but in what direction we are moving.
—Oliver Wendell Holmes

Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll still get run over if you just sit there. —Will Rogers

We tend to get what we expect. —Norman Vincent Peal

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined. —Henry David Thoreau

Do something… Either lead, follow, or get out of the way. —Ted Turner

If you want this thing to work, you’ve got to work this thing you want. —Michael S. Clouse

I will prepare, and someday my chance will come.
—Abraham Lincoln

The basics are the business. —Michael S. Clouse

The things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them. —Aristotle

Make the most of yourself, for that is all there is to you. —Ralph Waldo Emerson

Motivation is like bathing… It may not last, but it’s still a good idea now and then. —Jim Cathcart

Until thought is linked with purpose there is no intelligent accomplishment. —James Allen

Success is when you have what you want. Happiness is when you love what you have. —Michael S. Clouse

First comes thought… Then organization of that thought into ideas and plans. Then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning as you’ll observe, is in your imagination. —Napoleon Hill

Stop worrying about the person who says “No.” Focus instead on those who simply “Don’t know.” 
Michael S. Clouse

The next time someone says “This sounds great, but I just don’t have the TIME…” Look them straight in the eye, smile warmly, and ask, “Would you like to change that?” —Jeff Olson

ABC—Always Be Complete… Remember this when designing your business, and your life. Because every detail you leave out, must be filled in by someone else. —Michael S. Clouse

This business is not about “getting them in.” It’s about “keeping them in.” Therefore, continue investing your time with all those you sponsor, until they shift from “being in the business” to “the business being in them.” 
Michael S. Clouse

Set S.M.A.R.T. goals: Ones that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Tangible. 
—Paul J. Meyer

Q: What are the three reasons people join your business? A: They know, like, and trust you. 
Tom “Big Al” Schreiter

Most dialogue is really monologue in duet.

It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. —Chinese Folk Saying

The world is divided into two classes, those who believe the incredible, and those who do the improbable. 
—Oscar Wild

If you’re not playing a big enough game, you’ll screw up the game you’re playing just to give yourself something to do. —Anonymous

Most homes valued at over $1,000,000 have a library. That should tell us something. —Jim Rohn

A wise person will listen and take in more instruction, and a man of understanding is the one who acquires skillful direction. —Solomon

The greatest gift you can give to somebody is your own personal development. I used to say, “If you will take care of me, I will take care of you.” Now I say, “I will take care of me for you if you will take care of you for me. 
Jim Rohn

The biggest miscommunication is to assume communication has taken place. —Anonymous

Friends are those souls who ask how you are, and then wait to hear the answer. —Ed Cunningham

When you rearrange the letters l i s t e n, what word do you get? Silent. —Brian Koslow

It’s okay to be ignorant at first, if your goal is to become intelligent over time. —Michael S. Clouse

When it comes to perfecting your presentation; stop focusing on whether or not you “get them” and start focusing on whether or not you “give them.” 
Michael S. Clouse

Wisdom belongs in wonder. —Socrates

Great leaders get people to think more of themselves, not more of the leader. —Peter Burwash

You can “get” someone into your business, or you can “let” someone into your business. It’s called a mindset… —Brian Carruthers

Tell me and I may forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand. —Chinese Proverb.

You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. —Plato

Wealth is a habit–just as health is a habit, happiness is a habit, and love is a habit. Wealth is simply the result of wealthy habits. —Tod Barnhart

Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must first be overcome. —John C. Maxwell

We have the responsibility to put our gifts to work.
 —Les Brown.

Life is too short and too wonderful to waste time doing things you really don’t want to be doing. —Bruce Isaacs

If you’re not living on the edge, you’re taking up too much space. —Otis Broadwater

They’ll tell you. “Quit now, you’ll never make it.” If you disregard that advice, you’ll be halfway there. 
—David Zucker

It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit. —William James

Sometimes you make the right decision, and sometimes you have to make the decision right. 
—Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D.

When you desire wisdom with the same intensity that you desired to breathe, then nothing will stop you from getting it. —Socrates

Men do not attract that which they want, but that which they are. —James Allen

You’ve got to think about big things while you’re doing small things, so that the small things go in the right direction. —Alvin Toffler

The person who knows “how” will always have a job. The person who knows “why” will always be his boss.
—David Ravitch

We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give. —Winston Churchill

Business is a lot like a game of tennis. Those who don’t serve well, end up losing. —Doc Anklam

Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently. —Henry Ford

You can observe a lot just by watching. —Yogi Berra

You will never find time for anything. If you want time, you must make it. —Charles Bixton

One today is worth two tomorrows; what I am to be, I am now becoming.—Benjamin Franklin

Never complain about what you permit.—Mike Murdock

The Vision that you glorify in your mind, the Ideal that you enthrone in your heart—this you will build your life by, this you will become. —James Allen

There is only one success: To be able to spend your life in your own way. —Christopher Morley

Q: What’s the best advice you can give to someone new in the business? A: Work on yourself more than you work on your business. —Michael S. Clouse

Make a habit of dominating the listening, and let the prospect dominate the talking. —Brian Tracy

Whatever you vividly imaging, ardently desire, sincerely believe, and enthusiastically act upon…must inevitably come to pass! —Paul J. Meyer

If you will become the very best messenger you possibly can, the message will take care of itself. 
Michael S. Clouse

Life is divided into three terms—that which was, which is, and which will be. Let us learn from the past to profit by the present and from the present to live better for the future. —William Wordsworth

Cherish your visions and your dreams as they are the children of your soul; the blueprint of your ultimate achievements.” —Napoleon Hill

Real leaders are simply ordinary people with extraordinary determinations. —John Seaman Garns

He who refuses to embrace a unique opportunity loses the prize as surely as if he tried and failed. 
—William James

Money always flows to the leader… If you want more money, simply become more of a leader.” 
Robert T. Kiosaki

Say only what you can prove. Be ready to prove everything you say. —Jerry Vass


From time to time we all need to be reminded, that if we just stay the course, we will reach our goals.
Michael S. Clouse

Character is destiny. —Heraclitus

Two things you can control: The quality and frequency of your message. —John Kalench

Always ask yourself what steps a leader would take, and then take them. —Brian Koslow

Everyone who got to where he is had to begin where he was. —Robert Louis Stevenson

Getting people to like you is merely the other side of liking them. —Norman Vincent Peale

Example is not the main thing in influencing others—it’s the only thing. —Albert Schweitzer

The secret to your success is to do the common 
things uncommonly well. —Michael S. Clouse