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Selling Your House? 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t For Sale By Owner

by Rob Zwemmer

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A Holiday Treat: Mariah Carey Xmas Video

by Rob Zwemmer

Inspiration For Today: Give Yourself A Present

by Rob Zwemmer

GIVE YOURSELF A PRESENT! Regardless of who you have been in the past - why not give yourself a "present"? Each of us experiences regret from time to time over what we have done - or left undone - in the past. Perhaps our transgressions were great - or just seemed so in our heart.
 
To become a different person in the future, St. Jerome suggests that you must "begin to be" that person now. If your career is overwhelming you, begging to be tamed, begin now to untangle it. Begin today to simplify your activities.
 
If you would like to be more caring, begin today by complimenting someone. Want to be more understanding? Listen carefully to one you love - today. Want greater financial independence? Analyze your income and your expenses, then earn more and live on less - beginning today.
 
Nothing happens until you "begin to be." Interestingly, however, the moment you BEGIN, you actually ARE the person you desire to be, provided you continue to be. The moment you change anything in your life, the past is over, forever.
 
Want a new beginning in your life? Don't wait for some earth-shattering, life-changing event to get your attention. Get started today!
GIVE YOURSELF A PRESENT! Regardless of who you have been in the past - why not give yourself a "present"? Each of us experiences regret from time to time over what we have done - or left undone - in the past. Perhaps our transgressions were great - or just seemed so in our heart. To become a different person in the future, St. Jerome suggests that you must "begin to be" that person now. If your career is overwhelming you, begging to be tamed, begin now to untangle it. Begin today to simplify your activities. If you would like to be more caring, begin today by complimenting someone. Want to be more understanding? Listen carefully to one you love - today. Want greater financial independence? Analyze your income and your expenses, then earn more and live on less - beginning today. Nothing happens until you "begin to be." Interestingly, however, the moment you BEGIN, you actually ARE the person you desire to be, provided you continue to be. The moment you change anything in your life, the past is over, forever. Want a new beginning in your life? Don't wait for some earth-shattering, life-changing event to get your attention. Get started today!

Walk of the Inns Tour!

by Rob Zwemmer

Inspiration For Today: Where Do You Want to Go Today?

by Rob Zwemmer

WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO TODAY?
 
Microsoft uses that slogan to convince you that with their software you can head in any direction you please.  Earl Nightingale, one of the great motivational speakers, said it better.  "Imagine that you are the captain of a great ocean-going vessel," he suggests.  "Before even leaving the harbor, you lay out plans for your voyage.  Using maps, you choose a destination, then employ your navigational skills to arrive safely".  
 
"Without a chosen destination and a map to help you arrive," he continues, "you are akin to a ship without a rudder.  If you get out of the harbor at all, you'll probably end up a derelict on some deserted beach."
 
On this verge of the year 2011, I hope you've decided on a destination for the year and have looked carefully at the map that will take you there.  A word of caution is in order.  Be careful not to choose too many destinations, meaning don't set too many goals for the year.  Including more than a handful of worthy objectives can leave you with maps and navigational instruments strewn all over your desk - resulting in chaos, lack of focus, and questionable navigation.
 
It's better to have four clearly defined targets for the year, accompanied by a masterful plan for their achievement, than to have only a list of 25 hoped-for achievements.  Anthony Robbins suggests the following agenda for achieving your most worthy objectives.
 
First, write down a "dream inventory" - a list of everything you want to accomplish in 2011.  Next choose the four most important major goals.  For each of the four make a list of the benefits you will enjoy when you achieve them.  Then list all the resources you currently possess which would be of benefit to achieving your major goals, i.e. experience, knowledge, skills, positive attitude, friendliness, perseverance, etc.
 
Continue by listing the three most successful times in your life.  Under each, write down a description of how you felt and acted during those times, i.e. felt invincible, presented a professional image, smiled a lot, wasn't afraid to try a new approach, etc.  Next write down the type person you would have to be to achieve your goals, i.e. must be prepared for presentations, must always have confidence, must put others' needs first, must organize my time, etc.  Follow this with a list of "What prevents me from achieving this right now."  Write down your fears, your lack of action, etc.
 
Finally, write down the steps you must take to achieve each of the four major goals.  This would be a list of each and every task that must be completed in order to produce the maximum results.  By breaking down the objective into individual steps, it becomes more manageable.
 
Notice that achieving a major goal requires major planning.  Have you already done your homework and feel completely prepared?  Hopefully so.  If not, take the first week of the coming new year to build a plan for your future.  It's well worth the effortWHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO TODAY?

 
Microsoft uses that slogan to convince you that with their software you can head in any direction you please.  Earl Nightingale, one of the great motivational speakers, said it better.  "Imagine that you are the captain of a great ocean-going vessel," he suggests.  "Before even leaving the harbor, you lay out plans for your voyage.  Using maps, you choose a destination, then employ your navigational skills to arrive safely".  
 
"Without a chosen destination and a map to help you arrive," he continues, "you are akin to a ship without a rudder.  If you get out of the harbor at all, you'll probably end up a derelict on some deserted beach."
 
On this verge of the year 2011, I hope you've decided on a destination for the year and have looked carefully at the map that will take you there.  A word of caution is in order.  Be careful not to choose too many destinations, meaning don't set too many goals for the year.  Including more than a handful of worthy objectives can leave you with maps and navigational instruments strewn all over your desk - resulting in chaos, lack of focus, and questionable navigation.
 
It's better to have four clearly defined targets for the year, accompanied by a masterful plan for their achievement, than to have only a list of 25 hoped-for achievements.  Anthony Robbins suggests the following agenda for achieving your most worthy objectives.
 
First, write down a "dream inventory" - a list of everything you want to accomplish in 2011.  Next choose the four most important major goals.  For each of the four make a list of the benefits you will enjoy when you achieve them.  Then list all the resources you currently possess which would be of benefit to achieving your major goals, i.e. experience, knowledge, skills, positive attitude, friendliness, perseverance, etc.
 
Continue by listing the three most successful times in your life.  Under each, write down a description of how you felt and acted during those times, i.e. felt invincible, presented a professional image, smiled a lot, wasn't afraid to try a new approach, etc.  Next write down the type person you would have to be to achieve your goals, i.e. must be prepared for presentations, must always have confidence, must put others' needs first, must organize my time, etc.  Follow this with a list of "What prevents me from achieving this right now."  Write down your fears, your lack of action, etc.
 
Finally, write down the steps you must take to achieve each of the four major goals.  This would be a list of each and every task that must be completed in order to produce the maximum results.  By breaking down the objective into individual steps, it becomes more manageable.
 
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO TODAY?
 
Microsoft uses that slogan to convince you that with their software you can head in any direction you please.  Earl Nightingale, one of the great motivational speakers, said it better.  "Imagine that you are the captain of a great ocean-going vessel," he suggests.  "Before even leaving the harbor, you lay out plans for your voyage.  Using maps, you choose a destination, then employ your navigational skills to arrive safely".  
 
"Without a chosen destination and a map to help you arrive," he continues, "you are akin to a ship without a rudder.  If you get out of the harbor at all, you'll probably end up a derelict on some deserted beach."
 
On this verge of the year 2011, I hope you've decided on a destination for the year and have looked carefully at the map that will take you there.  A word of caution is in order.  Be careful not to choose too many destinations, meaning don't set too many goals for the year.  Including more than a handful of worthy objectives can leave you with maps and navigational instruments strewn all over your desk - resulting in chaos, lack of focus, and questionable navigation.
 
It's better to have four clearly defined targets for the year, accompanied by a masterful plan for their achievement, than to have only a list of 25 hoped-for achievements.  Anthony Robbins suggests the following agenda for achieving your most worthy objectives.
 
First, write down a "dream inventory" - a list of everything you want to accomplish in 2011.  Next choose the four most important major goals.  For each of the four make a list of the benefits you will enjoy when you achieve them.  Then list all the resources you currently possess which would be of benefit to achieving your major goals, i.e. experience, knowledge, skills, positive attitude, friendliness, perseverance, etc.
 
Continue by listing the three most successful times in your life.  Under each, write down a description of how you felt and acted during those times, i.e. felt invincible, presented a professional image, smiled a lot, wasn't afraid to try a new approach, etc.  Next write down the type person you would have to be to achieve your goals, i.e. must be prepared for presentations, must always have confidence, must put others' needs first, must organize my time, etc.  Follow this with a list of "What prevents me from achieving this right now."  Write down your fears, your lack of action, etc.
 
Finally, write down the steps you must take to achieve each of the four major goals.  This would be a list of each and every task that must be completed in order to produce the maximum results.  By breaking down the objective into individual steps, it becomes more manageable.
 
Notice that achieving a major goal requires major planning.  Have you already done your homework and feel completely prepared?  Hopefully so.  If not, take the first week of the coming new year to build a plan for your future.  It's well worth the effort!
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO TODAY?
 
Microsoft uses that slogan to convince you that with their software you can head in any direction you please.  Earl Nightingale, one of the great motivational speakers, said it better.  "Imagine that you are the captain of a great ocean-going vessel," he suggests.  "Before even leaving the harbor, you lay out plans for your voyage.  Using maps, you choose a destination, then employ your navigational skills to arrive safely".  
 
"Without a chosen destination and a map to help you arrive," he continues, "you are akin to a ship without a rudder.  If you get out of the harbor at all, you'll probably end up a derelict on some deserted beach."
 
On this verge of the year 2011, I hope you've decided on a destination for the year and have looked carefully at the map that will take you there.  A word of caution is in order.  Be careful not to choose too many destinations, meaning don't set too many goals for the year.  Including more than a handful of worthy objectives can leave you with maps and navigational instruments strewn all over your desk - resulting in chaos, lack of focus, and questionable navigation.
 
It's better to have four clearly defined targets for the year, accompanied by a masterful plan for their achievement, than to have only a list of 25 hoped-for achievements.  Anthony Robbins suggests the following agenda for achieving your most worthy objectives.
 
First, write down a "dream inventory" - a list of everything you want to accomplish in 2011.  Next choose the four most important major goals.  For each of the four make a list of the benefits you will enjoy when you achieve them.  Then list all the resources you currently possess which would be of benefit to achieving your major goals, i.e. experience, knowledge, skills, positive attitude, friendliness, perseverance, etc.
 
Continue by listing the three most successful times in your life.  Under each, write down a description of how you felt and acted during those times, i.e. felt invincible, presented a professional image, smiled a lot, wasn't afraid to try a new approach, etc.  Next write down the type person you would have to be to achieve your goals, i.e. must be prepared for presentations, must always have confidence, must put others' needs first, must organize my time, etc.  Follow this with a list of "What prevents me from achieving this right now."  Write down your fears, your lack of action, etc.
 
Finally, write down the steps you must take to achieve each of the four major goals.  This would be a list of each and every task that must be completed in order to produce the maximum results.  By breaking down the objective into individual steps, it becomes more manageable.
 
Notice that achieving a major goal requires major planning.  Have you already done your homework and feel completely prepared?  Hopefully so.  If not, take the first week of the coming new year to build a plan for your future.  It's well worth the effort!

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