13 Ways You Can Attract Success by Living Life to the Fullest

Read. Ferociously. Everything you can get your hands. Join a book club. Imbibe books about personal development, communication, achievement, biographies, leadership, success, marketing, sales, business, entrepreneurship. You’ll do many things you may regret, but you will never ever regret spending time reading. Good sources of reading lists are Quora, blogs (Google 10 best books for …), Amazon (look for recommendations in categories, popular books with high ratings). Accept uncertainty. This comes from The Seven Spiritual...

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Success and Recognition

by Chuck Kuglen of The Henderson Group We often forget in communications, certainly I can say this as I’ve worked with even a couple billionaires who represent themselves (sometimes) as a bit more than they are, that being “too” good just does not work for anyone. Living in this time in the Bay Area, we all know tons of super successful (monetary-wise) people. Often, at least I’ve seen this, they represent themselves as a bit...

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3 Keys To Professional Success At Any Age

by Chuck Kuglen I was thinking about the many people in transition we meet. They come to us for help in how they represent themselves (their product, service, company, etc.). They also seek help connecting to new opportunities or jobs. I enjoyed this read and understand exactly about the “types” J.T. O’Donnell describes in her online article. Good solid read. Please let us know if you have any questions or needs around your own “representations” and where...

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7 Things Really Persuasive People Do

Sometimes you absolutely have to make your point. Here are 7 tips on how to do it effectively with style and grace from While many people don’t like to sell, most find themselves having to persuade someone at some point. Persuasion is not just for salespeople and their prospects. You may try to persuade an employee to perform better, or perhaps you want to persuade your boss to take on your brilliant idea. Often...

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Are You Crazy Successful?

by Terry Gault Many in hi-tech speak of the success of Steve Jobs with reverence and awe.  Many may wish they were as successful as Jobs.  How many would wish for that success knowing that it came with disruptive mental illness, specifically OCPD, that wrecked relationships both personal and professional? This piece in Slate addresses how many successful figures (Thomas Jefferson, Estée Lauder, and Charles Lindbergh) simply could not relax and let go of their obsessions....

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