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28
Jan

Anyone who’s ever had a loan or a savings account understands how compound interest can exponentially grow either a debt or an investment. So let’s apply the same principle to personal development.

Think of something you’d like to get better at. Anything at all.

Now, for the next year focus on doing a little better each day. Each day you intend and work at doing 1% better than the day before. This is a nice do-able chunk right?

If you do this, theoretically you should see a 3778% improvement by the end of the year.

Imagine if the thing you focused on was income. Let’s say your income today is $50,000, and you increase it 1% each day. At the end of the year, your income should be $1,889,000.

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19
Jan

Smart companies take steps to keep their employees healthy - health insurance, dental insurance, wellness programs. It’s not just the right thing to do, it makes good business sense. A new trend in Corporate Wellness is in-house self-defense seminars.

These seminars teach important life-saving skills and should become regular occurrences in many organizations’ wellness programs. Other than the primary benefit of teaching your employees to physically defend themselves - there are significant secondary benefits to self-defense training.
Here are 6 great reasons to include personal protection (self defense) training in your organization:

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17
Jan

One of the most beautiful discoveries I have ever made, is just how much in life we actually have choice over. Unfortunately many people experience life as something that happens to them, rather than something we create.

The truth is that crap does happens, but the real choice is in how we react to things, what we learn from it, and the meaning we make from it.

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9
Jan

When a 500 pound sumo wrestler charges at you, it’s a clear example of the power of momentum. Instead of clashing with the Japanese titan head-on, one way to overcome such a force is to add to it. Give the guy a little push from the back and he’s likely to fly off the mat.

It’s difficult to stop momentum, particularly when it grows bigger and bigger. This is true in life and marketing.

Marketing has momentum, every effort (if applied in the right direction) multiplies earlier efforts. It’s been estimated that it takes the average person seeing an infomercial 7 times before they’ll pick up the phone and order something.

Marketing success takes multiple contacts with a consistent message.

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