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Failure can be extremely stressful and most often than not many look at it as an end all. Changing your mind on how you look at failures is a critical mindset towards your success. Let's face it, everyone makes mistakes. It's part of life. In a collaboration with Tracy Stevens of Stray Ink, LLC, Stephanie Jordan of SRJ Designs, Doreen Toran of Seniors Consultant Monitor, LLC and Karen McFadden, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for La Naturelle Products, these ladies share some of the failures they have encountered as they move through their businesses. You will learn ways to move through your failures with a more positive mindset.Nobody likes to fail, however it will happen. Set your calendar and join us.
America we need more than self. We need God and the love and support of others in our lives. Acknowledge God. Represent God. Lean on God. We are to labor in God's will. We are to be our brother's keeper. We are to live by the sweat of our brow. With the strength of a mustard seed, we can do all things through Christ. The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation and my high tower~ Psalm 18:2
Gregarious Greg shares a six minute podcast on ' The Success of My Failures" Greg addresses what it takes to attain greatness and financial security. He talks about what the 1% understand when it comes to money.
This is an optimistic podcast about the lack of responsibility and follow through. He also talks about having mentors within his reach during entrepreneurial ventures. Not all is lost as Greg is convinced that his format at The Heritage & Legacy Evolvement Forum will serve as his new watering hole.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on waivers to rights-violating laws, the validity of intuition, overcoming past failures, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Are waivers to rights-violating laws good or bad?
Question 2: Does intuition have any validity?
Question 3: How can I overcome my past failure to capitalize on the perfect opportunity?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
It's time to crumble fear, insecurity, failures, past mistakes, and failed relationships and surrendering to the way of the Lord.
What do you need to surrender in order to get in the flow of God’s will for your life? What walls have you erected to keep out hurt and pain? What walls have you erected to keep your heart protected? What walls of Jericho need to come crumbling down in your life for you to experience victory, destiny and ultimate satisfaction in Christ Jesus? Tune in for the next few weeks and allow the Lord to minister to you so that every wall in your life will come crumbling down! It is time to totally and completely surrender to the way of the Lord! It is time to walk out your destiny! Our teacher for the night is Deacon Gregory Humphrey. Talk with you then!
Anyone who has achieved anything great, anyone who has CHANGED THE WORLD has at some point made a choice to learn from failure and move forward. If you look at the most inspirational innovators, athletes, celebrities, geniuses, and icons throughout history, they all shared the belief that the failure was merely a stepping stone to the success they seriously sought.
Failure is feedback. It points out what is not working so you can go on to discover what will work. "Turn that lemon into lemonade and enjoy the journey," says Coach Joyce Barrie.
On June 15, we talked about very famous successful people who failed at first. This list included Oprah, Michael Jordan, Norman Vincent Peale, Abraham Lincoln, Beethoven, Thomas Edison. Walt Disney, Winston Churchill, Steven Spielberg, Albert Einstein and others. http://tobtr.com/s/7698719
Today, we will include many other very famous failures who did not give up until they failed their way to great success. We will include such extraordinary notables as J. K. Rowling, Stephen King, Fred Astaire, Socrates, Sidney Portier, Lucille Ball, Elvis and the Beatles.
Be sure to listen to both shows on Famous Failures to be inspired and motivated to keep on going, no matter what!
This podcast is 6 1/2 minutes where Gregarious Greg shares the atmosphere of today's workplace. Greg also looks at the diverse environment of employment. He speaks about the.task that employers have in compiling a good team of employees.
The success of my failures allows Greg to revisit his days at managing people. Greg has had to balance this task from both aspects; as a business owner and in his position as a manager for various companies.
When employer & employee agendas marry there is much to compromise.
This podcast also looks at the changing trend that has brought individuals out of retirement into a workplace that has forced generations together
These series of podcast are evolving to encourage the marrying of agendas for employer and employee relationships. A necessary antidote for the betterment of the working humankind.
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Zig Ziglar says that "failure is an event, not a person." Coach Joyce Barrie says that you should not be afraid of failure; you should embrace it. You can learn from it. Be inspired by the great Thomas Edison who proclaimed, "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."
Coach Joyce recommends that you reflect on what you learned from the experience and be assured that you can do better next time. Affirm "I will do better next time! I will succeed! I will make lemonade out of that lemon! I will win."
YES, you will win. Stay positive, keep going until you attain your objective. The road to success often has many obstacles but keep going and you will reap the rewards for your persistence.
Listen to Part 2 of Famous Failures on June 18. http://tobtr.com/s/7705185
With Cheri Ruskus and Dr. Gloria Miele
The Master Mind Principle of Profiting from Failures equates to moving past your those aspects in life and business that are not our proudest moments. In fact they could be moments that have left us in a state of devastation. The key to profit and success is to learn the lesson that has been presented to us and move on.
Join Dr. Gloria Miele of Optimal Development Coaching as they take a closer look at the skill sets involved in seeing past what was not be, as you learn to focus more on what is and what can be.
For more great business building tips from successful entrepreneurs around the globe visit www.VictoryCircles.com
This is session 3 of when employer and employee agendas marry. The six minute podcast looks at the role of handling money. Greg also takes a glance at the importance of keeping the customer happy. He speaks on the importance of companies meeting a profitable margin and that of employees making a profitable/affordable living.
This segment embraces the necessity for companies to invest back into their business as well as the employee, while keeping the customer happy.
My life has beeen one of struggles, hope, truimphs and failures, a pretty colourfull life! Through all the ups and down, twists and turns I have now found my purpose and stength. Wweekly I share some of my journey, but more importantly the knowledge and wisdom I gained whilst going through my storms in life. My aim is to help you aligning yourselves with your destiny.
Join me this week as I speak about 'You Are Important'.