Jonathan Budd About Being Unstoppable

Jonathan Budd, a 26 year old multi-millionaire and CEO of Empowered Entrepreneurs about how to be a successfull entrepreneur. Be aware, go inside, experience your true power of being unstoppable

How to develop a new habit in 30 days

Did you ever try to do or learn something new? Try it now, and do small steps over 30 days. Matt Cutts explains in this TED talk how you can succeed

Contact Your Inner Child

A very intensive and powerful exercise to become clear about basic values, dreams and goals. Choose a photograph from yourself when you were a child of 3-7 years. Take one where you are looking towards the camera. Move to a comfortable place where you are undesturbed. Choose some meditative music to make yourself more relaxed. […]

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How to Deal With The Inner Saboteur

The inner saboteur could be most easily described as an energy that keeps you from doing something new. Every time you feel a new way, excitement, and the enthusiasm from which new goals are arising, you question your usual way of living. You are moving out of your comfort zone into the stretching zone. You […]

Wayne Dyer How To Get What You Really, Really Want

In this speech on “How To Get What You Really, Really, Really, Really Want” Wayne Dyer talks about priciples to reach higher levels of consciousness and manifest in our lives what we really want. His 4 “really”‘s as preconditions for manifestation are: we need a wish, we need to ask for it, we need to […]

My Morning Ritual – How To Be Productive, Happy & Healthy Everyday

Discover what Stefan Pylarinos is doing first thing in the morning to start off his day with unstoppable momentum and set himself up to win. If you create a morning ritual, also known as hour of power, similar to this – I can guarantee that you’ll be on fire for the rest of the days […]

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

Simon Sinek presents a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?” His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers — and as a counterpoint Tivo, which (until a recent court victory that tripled its stock price) appeared to be struggling.