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BELIEF Frank Lloyd Wright said, “The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen.” We know that Belief is what put man on the moon and what allowed Thomas Edison to give us light, that’s all well and good but how does it...


The Moment of Belief by Kat McCarthy

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” ― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan The stories of childhood may seem far away but in truth, the farther we are away from them, the more value they actually hold. The farther we are from those stories,...Read More »

How I fired my sadistic personal trainer by Tom "Big Al" Schreiter

My body is a donut storage warehouse, not a lean, mean, exercise machine. That is where I am now. So why not hire a professional trainer to help me to get in shape … gradually? Here is what happened. The first day of training started with a one mile jog on a treadmill....Read More »

The Importance of Self-Esteem and Belief by Dr. Joe Rubino

Studies show that at least 85% of the world’s people suffer from some degree of lacking self-esteem. Although one might think that such challenges are only characteristic of the poor, uneducated, or lower socio-economic members of society, people from all walks of life can suffer situational or more widespread challenges with their levels of self-esteem. Network...Read More »

You were by Birthright Meant to Fly by Paul Peccianti

Life starts with the Belief that “By birthright You were meant to Fly” You are born with the feeling that the world as you know it is your oyster. You enjoy the thrill of having no boundaries. As you grow, you learn limitations are put upon you and you find yourself...Read More »

Take a Risk by Steve Dailey

When you think about it, every single time in your life that you accomplished something that you were proud of, it was a moment of growth. And what preceded that growth was a moment that you decided to step off into… the unknown. Stepping off into an unknown arena is otherwise...Read More »


Although your own internal measurements are the most important, you will want to seek external feed-back on your progress toward your goals. When you do, be sure it is from people who are truly interested in seeing you succeed. Don’t seek feedback from fair-weather friends, competitive peers, hard core pessimists...Read More »

Belief Trumps Doubt by Bonnie Ross-Parker

“Our belief at the beginning of a doubtful undertaking is the one thing that assures the successful outcome of any venture.” By William James I share this quote with you because belief and doubt simply can’t coexist. So often in life, we want to believe in something – as in our...Read More »

Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes by Carol Briney

Belief is a crucial component of building a successful business as well as living a successful life. In the network marketing/direct selling arena, there are four areas that you must believe in to be a success. 1) The company that you have chosen. 2) The products or services that you are selling. 3)...Read More »

Quite a Quandary by Traci Brown

My husband-to-be, Matt, is a mountaineer. If there’s a big peak to climb, he’ll do it and here in Colorado the big peaks are 14,000 ft. Every summer since we’ve been together he’s asked me to hike one with him. I never really saw the point of mountain climbing (why...Read More »

Five Ways to Stand against the Storm of Life by David Feinstein

It is easy to lose oneself in the midst of a life storm. One can fall into a dark pit of despair, especially in the work world. Many times as we struggle, we can lose the faith and drive ourselves crazy with worries and secular issues. One of the biggest...Read More »

BELIEF by Steve Taubman

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Principles That Govern My Life by Chris Widener

The strength and durability of a building is found in its foundation. The same is true in a life. What we accomplish and the effect we have on those around us is not only in what we do, but also in who we are. In fact, what we do is...Read More »

Reward Yourself by Zig Ziglar

The late William Arthur “Bill” Ward was and is one of my favorite writers. His insights and ability to put a philosophy of life into a few words were truly remarkable. Here’s a sample from his book, Reward Yourself. A man phoned his physician and excitedly exclaimed: “Please come at once, Doctor....Read More »

Learn to Deal in Challenges by Jim Rohn

Learn to Deal in Challenges To really help people in extraordinary ways, learn to deal in challenges. That is what sports is all about, challenges. That is what music is all about. The challenge to play so well that someone is inspired. The challenge to say it so well someone gets it....Read More »

Network Marketing Success – Starting Your Home Business On the Right Foot by David Feinstein

When it comes to getting started with network marketing success the right way, and getting our home business off to a strong start, there are few things that you must do to help yourself. Since I’ve been hearing a lot of stories of people starting a home business, and then going...Read More »

Origin of the term MLM by Doris Wood

MLM (Network Marketing) is rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing industries in the United States and around the world. There has been much written and reported in the news media about the proliferation and rapid growth or trend of home based businesses. Would you be surprised to know that...Read More »


Hold the vision to change the belief by Mary K Weinhagen

You hear it all the time… belief matters! Oh sure, some say they have to ‘see it to believe it’. Some claim ‘Believing is Seeing’. Keep in mind that a belief is a thought you keep thinking. When you think a thought often enough it becomes a habit and you start believing it’s...Read More »

BELIEVE in Yourself! by George Madiou

Frank Lloyd Wright said, “The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen.” We know that Belief is what put man on the moon and what allowed Thomas Edison to give us light, that’s all well and good but how does it...Read More »

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