I always had self-doubts. I wasn’t good enough; I wasn’t smart enough. I didn’t think I’d make it.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
albfit:

Be what you want to be…
Albis@albfit

albfit:

Be what you want to be…

Albis@albfit

Untangle your career & liberate your life: Who's in your 1%?

redefininglifeblog:

Of the people in your life - who falls into the 99% that you’d consider your ‘broader’ circle, and who get the positive news stories, and who are the 1% that you’d trust with anything?

In our busy lives, it’s easy to relegate the people we’re closest to to the same pile as our 99%. Worse still,…

this is our purpose in life. life=balance

this is our purpose in life. life=balance

pollardthoughts:

Harmony in Nature

pollardthoughts:

Harmony in Nature

worry less

maddisonbirr:

To lead a worry less life, you need to have effective time management skills. Actually, balanced life assists you to make better selections about what to accomplish next. So, you can obtain more free time for pleasure and fun.

7 Habits of a Highly Successful Trader

hindsrdta:

7 Habits of a Highly Successful Trader
Table of Contents:1. Take Complete Responsibility2. Have A System That Works3. Plan A Trade and Trade A Plan4. Work Hard at Learning How To Trade Properly And Keep Working5. Positive Self-Belief6. View Trading As A Score In Points And Not In Money7. Keep Trading As Part of a Balanced Life 8. Conclusion
7 Habits of a Highly Successful Trader

A possible element for a more balanced life

sensumpan:

Purpose or unintended effect: Feeling comfortable. Calm or vigorous. Nude or natural ;-). Seems to be a relaxed location.

The Eight Pillars of Innovation

collaborativefund:

  • Have a mission that matters
  • Think big but start small
  • Strive for continual innovation, not instant perfection
  • Look for ideas everywhere
  • Share everything
  • Spark with imagination, fuel with data
  • Be a platform
  • Never fail to fail

Illustration by John Conrad Berkey 

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Startups Live & Die by These 5 Street-Smart Laws of Advertising

collaborativefund:

Listen to your customer carefully.

Use one clear and direct message to speak to their needs.

Find out where your prospects already are, then place your messages in front of them.

Give value up front. Incentivise them to take action.

Build your product around their secret hopes / desires or fears / frustrations.

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Image courtesy of Sebastian Wickeroth