Being Successful Andrew Carnegie’s 10 Rules

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The 10 rules for being successful that Andrew Carnegie lived by, were the foundation upon which Napoleon Hill’s famous book, “Think and Grow Rich” was based. Andrew Carnegie was born on my birthday, November 25th, way back in 1835 in Dunfermline, Scotland and emigrated with his very poor family to America in 1848, in his early teens. He…

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How WW 2 Changed My Destiny

The 21st of June I always think of as the longest day, although I was corrected yesterday and reminded that every day is just as long as another, and it is actually the day in which we have the most daylight hours… Having said that, it’s Father’s Day here in the UK and both Delfina and me…

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Entrepreneurial Ideas Dreams And Reality

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Entrepreneurial ideas abound, and big dreams are not in short supply, but here’s the reality… …whatever the endeavour, and however amazing their entrepreneurial ideas, the majority of “wannabe” entrepreneurs never even get off the launch pad. Getting started in any new enterprise takes courage, determination and commitment and without that, the hurdles and challenges you will meet…

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Being Successful The Strangest Secret

Being Successful The Strangest Secret

The best definition I ever heard about being successful was in Earl Nightingale’s famous radio broadcast entitled “The Strangest Secret”. Here’s what he said: “Success is the progressive realisation of a worthy ideal.” Here’s the recording from the “Our Changing World” broadcast over half a century ago, but even more enlightening today than it was then:…

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Reticular Activating System Mind Control

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The reticular activating system is a mystery even to neurologists. It is so complex that the chances are that, unless science leaps into a new dimension, we will never truly understand how it works… …and yet it is the function of the reticular activating system and the associated Reticular Formation, its gatekeeper or superior “I”,…

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How The Entrepreneurial Brain Works

How The Entrepreneurial Brain Works

What’s absolutely for certain is that the entrepreneurial brain is employed in a completely different way to the brain of most people. Notice I said “is employed” and not “works”… All our brains actually function, fundamentally, in exactly the same way, with the two elements of the brain, the conscious and the subconscious, working in harmony.…

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