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if you’re serious about success, grow up

Napoleon Hill’s classic, Think and Grow Rich, can be simplified into one single word – action. If that’s all it takes, why aren’t more people rich? The problem isn’t that people don’t take action. The problem is that they take action on the wrong things. Most of us believe that if we work hard that we’ll …

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Andrew Morgan shares the secret to rock hard abs and an amazing body

I’ve always dreamed of having rock hard abs and an incredible body that would make women turn their heads. I played basketball for 2 hours each day, 5 times a week in high school – no six-pack. Back in my early twenties, I did close to 400 sit-ups a day for a few months – …

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not quite Steven Covey’s 7 Habits but good nonetheless

isucceedbook.com had it’s first birthday a few months ago, so I’m closing in on 16 months. Hard to believe really. Now I’ll admit that some days it’s easy to write than others. Each post takes anywhere between 30mins to sometimes as much as two hours. But it’s a labor of love and something that I …

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the single most powerful time management tip there is

10 principles. That’s what I break down success to in my book, iSucceed. And while I talk about gratitude laying the foundation for all the others, I have found that one’s ability to manage one’s time is probably the single most powerful key to success. We all have 24 hours given to us each day …

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it’s not the school that matters but the teachers and the student

The suit does not make the man. I always loved that saying. A suit is simply made of cloth. It has no special powers. It won’t make you run fast, jump any higher or work any better. That said, one should never underestimate its value. A suit has the power to influence others and it …

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