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Warren Buffett’s 4 Rules For Success

I love to study creative and successful people.  And who better than Warren Buffet, the Omaha multi-billionaire and chairman of Berkshire, Hathaway, Inc. He recently listed the four common-sense

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Mental toughness is finding fuel on an empty tank

Phil Mickelson recently became the oldest golfer to win one of the four major professional golf championships by taking it one mental stroke at a time. Confidence and the physical part of golf has

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Stir up a recipe for success

A sixth-grade girl was running for the post of secretary of her elementary school class.  A major part of her campaign was a speech to be given to her classmates, but she had no idea what to say.

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Create A Mindset For Success

Like millions of Americans, I watched the 10-part ESPN documentary “The Last Dance” on Michael Jordan.  His mental toughness and mindset really stood out throughout the series. Jordan was

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Get In The Game

I know it’s already August, but this summer my thoughts can finally turn to the crack of the bat as I watch my Minnesota Twins “Bomba Squad” launch dinger after dinger! As much as I love basketball

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The ABCs Of Success

Success is a journey, not a destination.  You may take a few detours, hit some roadblocks and arrive at a different place than you planned. Success comes in many forms and means different things

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Success Is Within Your Reach

I’ve been mighty busy lately launching my new book, “You Haven’t Hit Your Peak Yet!”  So it was a real pleasure to finally get to the neglected stack of books in my office which I have been

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Get The Passion Again

Practically every team in professional sports has one or perhaps more players who were not high draft choices, but have excelled.  Look at the National Football League.  Quarterback Tom Brady

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Words Of Wisdom From Successful People

With a new influx of college graduates hitting the job market, I thought it would be a good time to share some advice.  I started working when I was just 12 years old, with my first newspaper route,

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Get Ahead In Your Job With These Basics

An executive was having difficulty with her assistant, so she decided to confront her shoddy performance. “Nancy,” she began, “you don’t seem to be into your work. The letters you type are

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