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  • 9 Roadblocks to Change: Part 1
    9 Roadblocks to Change: Part 1
    Have you ever wondered how to create authentic changes in your life that last? Only a staggering 5% of people that buy a personal development seminar or book will achieve the lasting results they desire. There is a stack of material devoted to these 5%. But what keeps the 95% stuck?  In my experience, knowing this is the key to changing any area of your life...and quicker than you might think. So, while it's true that success leaves clues, it's…
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  • 10 Steps to Living Confidently
    10 Steps to Living Confidently
    When we are confident about ourselves and what we are doing with our lives, we tend to succeed in our endeavours. Dr John Demartini offers some tips on how to live confidently 1. Save money Wise financial management and even financial independence is a vital aspect of self-empowerment. When you save, invest and manage your money wisely, you attract more money to manage. When you start to earn income from the interest of your saved and invested money you enter…
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  • You're Allowed (To Do What You Love)
    You're Allowed (To Do What You Love)
    Today, I want to share with you one of the most challenging obstacles that I ever had to overcome in my journey to becoming a difference-maker and doing what I loved, just like you. For many years I didn't realise that I had unconscious blocks inside my mind that were sabotaging everything I wanted in life. The funny thing about self-sabotage is: “We don't quite know WHY we do it, but we certainly DO know that we are doing it…”…
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  • Are You A Rich or Poor Millionaire?
    Are You A Rich or Poor Millionaire?
    According to a Survey of Consumer Finances, the average wealthy American has $1,400,000 in assets, and $275,000 in debts, for a net worth of over $1.1 million.  Of those assets, they are fairly equally split between 'financial' assets (stocks, bonds, mutual funds and cash), and 'non-financial' assets (real estate, personal business equity, collectibles).  Even then, most believe that they cannot afford to buy everything they really need.  These results suggest that money is not the only determinant of real life…
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  • A Genuine Property Plan
    A Genuine Property Plan
    Selecting the right investment property as part of your overall wealth building strategy is critical to your long-term success. All too often I see people making poor decisions based on short-term thinking, and a focus purely on numbers. The numbers are a critical aspect but they don’t create desirability - a quality property and a walkable community that becomes a tightly held blue-chip area. They are just numbers and all too often that’s all people see, partly because the property…
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  • Why Do We Experience Stress?
    Why Do We Experience Stress?
    What are the 5 main reasons we experience stress? 1. We do not clearly define what is truly most important to us - our highest priority or priorities - and focus our attention on what is most meaningful and productive in our lives and we end up having to put out fires all day doing lower priority tasks and other people's agendas. 2. We set unrealistic expectations on ourselves and others by expecting ourselves or others to do actions that…
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  • The Secret of My Success
    The Secret of My Success
    Often people ask me what the “secret to my success” in life or business is. Ultimately they hope there is a special ingredient, a special sales technique or some secret magic pill they can take. This is actually half true. Let me explain why. To achieve anything of value (be it health, financial freedom, creating a successful life coaching business etc.) you need persistence. Long-term persistence can't happen if it's attached to something that changes often such as: other people's…
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  • Australia’s Top 10 Boomtowns And The Realities Of Investing
    Australia’s Top 10 Boomtowns And The Realities Of Investing
    I read some data recently which highlighted investors’ psychology when buying property, with 80% of investors saying they are buying for the long term - yet within 5 years, 50% have sold out. That’s not even one market cycle; forget long term, that’s not even short term in my books. Short term is 10 years minimum, and long term is 30 years plus. The average life expectancy is 79.5 years, so what about building wealth beyond your own life? That’s…
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