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Success Television's Guide for Your Good Year

Written by Success Television

With the New Year and the overall feeling of reinvention, we thought you'd like some advice on how to make whatever resolutions or dreams come true. First a great quote from the famous mythologist Joseph Campbell: "A bit of advice given to a young Native American at the time of his initiation: `As you go the way of life, you will see a great chasm. Jump. It is not as wide as you think.' "

Five Questions to Solve Any Problem 
by Pat Sullivan

Treat yourself to these questions and successfully solve just about any problem. The answers are within you.

Spirituality is not about quick fixes. While it can help you discover options you'd previously overlooked, and even provide miracles, it offers more questions than answers

Read more for the five questions that can help turn any problem into a stepping stone for growth and insight. the jagged resume of Steve J

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Becoming a Rare Talent 

Would you hire someone who had an early success but then was fired or failed?  After this person was fired, he went on to start a new company but that didn’t do well. Finally, he succeeded.  Would you hire him or would you pass, seeing the zig-zag of failure and success on his “jagged” resume?

What if that person was you?  How can you stand out and be the rare talent that lands the job of your dreams? Read more about how to show recruiters and bosses your talent >>

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Gratitude in the New Year by Sandra Ford Walston

“In ordinary life we hardly realize that we receive a great deal
more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.
It is very easy to overestimate the importance of our own achievements
in comparison with what we owe others.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer*

Every day is a day to be grateful. Are you too busy, or will you be grateful only when what you have is gone? Start your list with “I am grateful” and let it brew for thirty days>>

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Nine Ways to Boost Self-Confidence by Paul Wolf

In his classic self-help book, Handbook to Higher Consciousness, Ken Keyes Jr. says the reality for everyone who walks this earth is, "You win some; you lose some."9 ways to boost self confidence

Confidence isn't about expecting to win always. That's unrealistic. Confidence is a blending of optimism, hopefulness, self-reliance and freedom from inhibition.

Here are nine ways to build confidence:

1. Create a positive attitude. Optimism breeds confidence. Start thinking positively, and eventually you will act more confidently.

Read more on how to turn this around >> 

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