Season Six, Episode Five

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It’s a new season of Shark Tank! Join Pierce Marrs and Steve Hayes as they recap Shark Tank Season 6 Episode 4.

Join  Sharks Lori, Daymond, Kevin, Mark and Robert to review:

– Jungle Jumparoo

– The Caddy Girls

– Red Dress Boutique

– Sun-Staches

– An update onTen Thirty One Productions.

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“The Sales Moment; Issue #205″

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In the past few years I have had the privilege of leading several clients through a Life Coaching program and it has been gratifying to see them reach a new level of success in their personal life, career and especially their thinking.Travelers Gift

When I sat down with Dan Miller several years ago to discuss the possibility of becoming a coach, I was intrigued by how he defined the coaching process.

Coaching is profoundly different from consulting, mentoring, advice, therapy, or counseling. While counseling focuses on the past, coaching is very future oriented.” ~Dan Miller

Just like a sports coach helps his players perform at a higher level and reach their full potential, Life Coaching follows the same model.

Would you like to know and understand the principles that both teams in the 2014 World Series used to help them succeed? These principles have been embraced by sports organizations around the country to help them reach the playoffs and National Championships.

The Traveler’s Gift is a fictional story written by Andy Andrews that follows David Ponder on an incredible journey to discover the Seven Decisions for success that can turn any life around, no matter how hopeless a situation may seem to be.

Andy gleaned the Seven Decisions from reading numerous autobiographies about successful people in history. Then he compiled the seven common principles that each of them embraced and practiced.

I believe one of the first steps in creating change and reaching a higher level of success is personal responsibility. It is also the first of the seven decisions that David Ponder receives from Harry Truman:

“The buck stops here. From this moment forward, I will accept responsibility for my past.”

We are where we are today because of the decisions we have made in the past. We can also mold the future we want by taking responsibility over our thinking and decisions.

Let’s make 2015 the best year ever. You really can create the life that you want.

The buck stops here.

Have a great week!

“The Sales Moment; Issue #204″

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Do you know someone with a grateful heart? Have you noticed how the tend to light up a room when they are present?Thankful

Stop and think for a moment how that person makes you feel. They probably have a big smile and are genuinely happy.

How did they come to possess such optimism? Were they born that way or do they just not live in the reality of how bad things really are?

Being grateful is a matter of a person’s perspective and yes, it is a choice.

“Whatever you focus upon, increases……When you focus on the things you need, you’ll find those needs increasing……A grateful perspective brings happiness and abundance into a person’s life.” ~ Andy Andrews

I am sure you know someone who constantly focuses on their problems and don’t mind sharing them. In most cases, you can predict how the conversation will go long before you see them. Not to say that their problems are not real but have you noticed that their misery tends to breed more misery?

A blog by Michael Hyatt entitled The Grateful Advantage cites four benefits of being grateful.

  1. Gratitude reduces our stress.
  2. Gratitude inoculates us from negative emotions.
  3. Gratitude sustains our relationships.
  4. Gratitude improves our health.

So, it appears that a grateful heart not only helps in our relationships but it also improves our personal well being. These are some great reasons to be thankful everyday.

This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. ~ Psalm 118:24

Grateful people are humble, content and encouraging. These are things that you can practice and develop. It is a matter of perspective. What will you choose?

Have a great week!

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