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CANDo Journal – The Key to a New You

In so many of the articles and CANDoable activities I write and the Inner Imp Thinking Series of eBooks, I recommend jotting down notes, making lists of goals, writing down your feelings, etc., etc. – it’s invariably one of the first steps I suggest. Because plotting where you are and where you want to be is such […]

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The Importance of Self-Discipline in Life

Have you every looked at someone that: plays a musical instrument well, picks up foreign languages with ease, excels at a particular sport, passes examinations or achieves straight A’s without needing to study, or is rapidly working their way up the career ladder by always seeming to be in the right place at the right […]

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How to Create Success by Being Focused

Today’s society has us flat out; bombarded with mostly useless information that eats into the precious amount of time we have each day. Just this morning, I was listening to a Podcast that suggests we receive (on average) over a hundred emails a day!! It’s no wonder we sometimes wish the world and the comments on it that […]

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Master Self-Discipline – Latest Book in the Inner Imp Thinking Series

Not long now. Publication date is drawing near and we are gearing up for special pre-release discounts and promotions. Master Self-Discipline: Strengthen Self-Discipline & Will Power and Develop Greater Self Control is due for publication in June 2014. If you’ve got the courage, get the book. Click on the link below and we’ll send you […]

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Master Self-Discipline – Sneaky Peeky

If you are struggling to: lose weight get fit complete a study course learn a language achieve your goals The chances are your Inner Imp Self-Discipline is the one to blame and requires a little more… well, discipline. The diet you’ve chosen probably isn’t the one at fault; it’s your Self-Discipline failing to make you […]

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How to Stop Taking Things Personally

One sure fire tip for improving your communications and relationships with other people is to “stop taking things personally”. I saw a video article in the Daily Mail recently about a young man on a skateboard who accidentally knocked over a young 4-5 year old boy (the whole incident was caught on camera). He immediately […]

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The Power of Choice

Relationships have an extraordinary knack for playing havoc with our emotions. Whether it’s an interaction with a loved one, our boss or even a complete stranger, there seems to be some unseen power with the ability to make us sad, fearful, doubtful, angry or elated: the whole gamut of emotions is there. Often we’re left […]

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How to Make Good Things Happen

We’re all just fabulous at making promises to ourselves each New Year to change this or that in our lives. We decide to break this habit, form that habit, achieve this goal or improve this aspect of our life. While this is a great approach to life, all too often we then brush our plans to […]

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9 Life Skills that Boost Personal Success

Whether it’s acquiring a new skill, achieving a personal sports record, getting fit, overcoming a serious illness or traumatic event, coping with unemployment or simply making it through the day with a positive outlook, we ALL have things in our life we deem important for us to achieve.  These things are our Personal Achievements the personal […]

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One Big Reason to Dig a Little Deeper and Persevere

Not much rocket science behind this one, but it’ll certainly put a rocket up ya bum if you remind yourself of it once in a while. Anything you stick at (persevere with) will eventually get done. If you stick to your diet, you WILL lose that weight. If you stick to your plan, you WILL […]

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