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9 Advantages of a Positive Attitude

9 Advantages of a Positive Attitude

A positive attitude is considered by many experts
to be the best predictor of success.

As you look around, it seems natural to have a negative attitude.

The news is filled with scary headlines, and social media wants to focus on “what’s wrong”.

It’s getting harder all the time to be “positive”, but life can become much easier if you do!

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Why attitude matters

Why attitude matters

“Problems don’t fix themselves until you fix your attitude”
― Janna Cachola

Life can be challenging.

Especially when things aren’t going your way.. That’s when your mind creates frightening “what ifs”. You worry. If you aren’t careful, fear consumes you.Then your attitude sours and you get tossed into a downward spiral,

How a personal development plan can change your life

How a personal development plan can change your life

“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” ― Pablo Picasso, painter MARIANNE STRAIT A passionate believer in the power of "jump starts",...

What is your “Bullshit” story?????

What is your “Bullshit” story?????

“The only thing standing between you and your goal is the bullshit story you keep telling yourself as to why you can’t achieve it.” ― Jordan Belfort MARIANNE STRAIT A passionate believer in the power of "jump starts", Marianne helps clients obliterate self-doubts,...

5 Clues You Are Playing the Victim

5 Clues You Are Playing the Victim

We are all guilty of playing the "victim" from time to time. Being a victim has it's advantages - the biggest being that it justifies inaction. After all, if you have a good reason for not moving forward and taking risks, you're off the hook, right? Wrong. Let's look...

Your Secret Weapon for Success (and failure!)

Your Secret Weapon for Success (and failure!)

Have you heard
the expression-
You get what you think about?

Yeah, I get it, it’s a term that’s grossly overused.

Kinda like “You reap what you sow”

Yet it hides a big secret.

“You get what you think about” is both a lesson AND a warning. Think about good things, you get them, think about bad, that’s what you get. It’s all about the thought.

“You reap what you sow”, is typically interpreted to mean that what happens in your world is the byproduct of your actions.

You work hard, you get the promotion, you drink and drive, you get arrested.

But, what if it was deeper than that?

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