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The Seven Principles of Intentional Communication
Jan Pedersen shares two metaphors and seven principles all designed to help you communicate with good intention.
12/03/02
Secrets to Savvy Press Kits
If you want to take you and your company—even a company of one—to the next level means getting serious about publicity. Kristie Tamsevicius has some key information about how to create and use your press kit.
12/03/02
How to Turn Nothing into Something
Business Philosopher Jim Rohn thinks ideas are the seeds of creation. We agree.
12/03/02
Giving and Receiving
Michael Angier talks about the Law of the Farm.
12/03/02
The Top Ten Ways to Never Achieve Your Goals
Sarah Pond coaches us on what not to do when going for our goals.
12/03/02
Inspiration Page: It Couldn't Be Done
Edgar Guest's poem may not be a classic, but it sure has some wisdom when it comes to gett'n it done.
12/03/02
Differentiate Yourself
Michael Angier claims that to compete effectively, we have to look for ways to distinguish ourselves. He also tells how.
12/03/02
Inspiration Page: Wealth, Success and Love
If you had to choose, which one would YOU invite into your home?
12/03/02
An Upset is an Opportunity to See the Truth
Michael Angier tells how he and his wife Dawn continue to find truth in the natural upsets of life.
12/03/02
December 2002 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
12/03/02
Business Dashboard
A quick glance at your car's dashboard gives you a lot of information. Gary Lockwood asks, "Why not have a BUSINESS  dashboard?"
11/07/02
The Principle of Vacuum
Michael Angier talks about getting rid of what you don't want in order to make room for what you do.
11/07/02
Think Small and Grow BIG!
Kristie Tamsevicius believes you can be SMALL in a big way by capturing the essence of YOU.
11/07/02
How Much Music Can You Make?
Steve Goodier shares with us how doing your best when you don't have much left is the mark of a master.
11/07/02
Adventures in the Leaves
Sometimes it's good not to know exactly how things will turn out. Michael thinks we all need need the little drama that comes from the unknown.
11/07/02
Making the Most of Phone Conversations
Patricia Haddock shares the do's and don'ts for making the most of every phone call.
11/07/02
How to Succeed in Business During a Recession
Wanda Loskot says your business can thrive even during a recession, but you need to do MORE marketing than you do when the economy is booming.
11/07/02
I Love New York: A Useful Point of View
Michael Angier shares how even our preferences can take us out of present time and keep us from enjoying the now.
11/07/02
Don't Tell Me You Meant To
Roberta Shaler has some challenging ideas about intention and responsibility.
11/07/02
November 2002 Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
11/07/02
When You See Red
What do you do when you get angry? Dr. Rhoberta Shaler tells us some ways we can deal with and channel our anger.
10/04/02
What Will You Do With the Rest of the Day
We can all become more organized and Doug Grant has some ideas on how to do just that.
10/04/02
A Food Story—But it Ain't the Food!
Joseph Donnelly's learned a few things about how you can eat more often without gaining weight.
10/04/02
Ten Philosophies to Ease the Mind
Susan Eckert shares her top ten ways to live a great life.
10/04/02
Blow Your Top
Is success as simple as a mathematical equation? Russ Stiffler makes a good case that it is.
10/04/02
Staying on Track
The most important key to being successful is to be consistent in doing the things that matter. Michael Angier offers several things that have worked for him.
10/04/02
Freedom Under Attack—What We Can Do
Regardless of whether or not you’re an American, your freedom, too, is at risk. Michael Angier has some ideas on what we can each do about it.
10/04/02
The Principle of Vacuum
Michael Angier says that in order to have what we want in our lives, we need to get rid of what we DON'T want.
10/04/02
Your Agreements Show Your Integrity
Michael Angier believes that except for disease and climatic disasters, over 90 percent of the world’s problems result from people not keeping their agreements.
10/04/02
Reaching Your Potential
Joan Sotkin explores the age-old question of, "What's my true potential?"
09/04/02
Secrets to a Highly Memorable Life
Lorrin Lee has 40 quick—but solid—tips to making your life count.
09/04/02
Three Easy Ways to Keep Customers
Lisa Lake says it costs less to keep customers than to gain new ones and tells us how.
09/04/02
Position Yourself to Profit from the Mindset of Today's Decision-makers
Burt Dubin talks about how the importance of human capital and adult education—and how you can get a share of this growing business.
09/04/02
What's Love Got to Do With It?
"Show your customers you love them", says customer care expert JoAnna Brandi and even counts the ways to do so.
09/04/02
You've Already Faced Your Fears
Deborah Brown-Volkman tells you how you can make unemployment the best thing that ever happened to you.
09/04/02
Metrics Make a Difference—And Money, Too
You can't change what you don't measure and understand. Michael Angier says tells us why developing the right metrics will help your business grow.
09/04/02
Bits & Pieces
Dawn Angier has collected her usual cornucopia of things from here and there.
09/04/02
Get What You Want
Michael Angier learns a good lesson from his son about treating yourself well and not settling for something less than what you want.
09/04/02
Attraction in Action: Becoming a Personal Magnet
Instead of going after business, customers and profits, why not ATTRACT it? Dr. James Vuocolo shares his wisdom about a better way to market ourselves.
08/03/02
Everyone Wins!
Even in these challenging times, customer service expert JoAnna Brandi says there's a way for everyone to prosper.
08/03/02
It's Your Choice
Dr. Rhoberta Shaler explains just how much choice we have in our lives and includes the most common excuses.
08/03/02
Spirituality in Business
Rick Beneteau interviews Michael Angier on how our spiritual beliefs affect our business.
08/03/02
Sincere Interest is a Sign of Success
Philippa Courtney says that when we take a real interest in others, everyone wins.
08/03/02
Success Means Weathering the Storms
Maria Andreu believes that hanging in there is a strategy that works even in tough times.
08/03/02
Bits & Pieces
Dawn Angier has collected her usual cornucopia of things from here and there.
08/03/02
Inspiration Page: A Creed to Live By
Ten tenets to keep in mind as we walk down the path of life.
08/03/02
We Named Her "Attitude"
Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference in everything. Michael Angier tells why he named his new boat "Attitude".
07/09/02
Business Models
Paul Lemberg thinks it's time to revive this powerful shortcut to profitable thinking.
07/03/02
8 Steps to Solving All Problems
David Cameron Gikandi shares his beliefs on timeless, universal laws that enable anyone to solve any financial, relationship, security or health problems.
07/03/02
Make the Choices that Heroes Make
Ron Binnion has some ideas on how you can radically improve your results.
07/03/02
Getting Back on Top of Things
Michael Angier wanted to regain his motivation and creativity. He did it by getting organized with some help from David Allen's GETTING THINGS DONE.
07/03/02
Are You Goal-A-Phobic?
Hershey Wier wrestles with the goal-setting vs. procrastination monster—and wins.
07/03/02
Break Through Now
20-year speaking business veteran Burt Dubin gives us seven actions we can make to become a master in our chosen craft.
07/03/02
Inspiration Page: How Poor People Live
An attempt to show a young boy the other side of the tracks results in some surprising revelations.
07/03/02
Business is All About Relationships
Michael Angier talks about what he's learned in having relationships that last.
06/03/02
Your Behaviors are the Key to Controlling Your Time
Time management expert Vince Panella provides seven habits you can develop to make your time investment more effective.
06/03/02
What's So Special About You?
Joanna Brandi gives us her seven points that make her worth doing business with while providing us the format to do the same for ourselves.
06/03/02
Top Ten Keys to Self-Confidence
Coach Sharlene Talbot offers her ten best ways to build and maintain something we all need—self-confidence.
06/03/02
Innovation: Ideas Are Cheap—But Extremely Valuable
Is innovation and creativity something that can be developed or must we be born with it. Michael Angier believes we can all learn to be innovators.
06/03/02
Standing in the Crucible
Mitch Axelrod got roasted recently. He says it was worth all the pain because he learned valuable lessons on marketing.
06/03/02
Inspiration Page: Proverbs for Abundant Living
Father Brian Cavanaugh shares his wisdom and insights on abundance.
06/03/02
Inspiration Page: The Lesson of the Coffee Bean
A simple story, a valuable lesson from carrots, eggs and coffee.
06/03/02
Are You Attached to How It's Supposed to Turn Out?
We all know that we can become too attached to certain outcomes. It causes us pain. But how do we let go of the result without quitting? Deborah Brown has some ideas.
06/03/02
June Bits and Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
06/03/02
Finding the Magic
We all have things we're good at. Gary Lockwood talks about discovering those natural talents and using them to our advantage.
05/02/02
Hints in Decision Making
Our power is in our ability to decide. But how do we make good decisions? Craig Lock shares his best tips for becoming a good decision maker.
05/02/02
Living Full Out, 100%, No Matter What
Somewhere between birth and death we experience life. Or do we? Michael Angier writes about truly living one's life.
05/02/02
What is the Secret to Good Luck?
People often ask Rebecca Hanson why she's so lucky. In this article, she credits the Law of Attraction and tells how she's made it work for her.
05/02/02
Promote and Prosper
Can our childhood experiences really affect our ability to promote ourselves and our businesses? Self-promotion expert, Raleigh Pinskey, says it does.
05/02/02
Inspiration Page: If I Knew
People in their latter days often tell of things they regret not having done. This poem will help you take every advantage of every experience.
05/02/02
Live the Dream
Michael Angier believes the world is driven by dreamers. What are your dreams? How are you making them come true?
05/02/02
Leaving One’s Comfort Zone is No Small Chore
In order to become comfortable, one must move out of the comfort zone. Josh Hinds offers encouragement to do so.
05/02/02
When Do You Quit?
Sometimes it makes sense to give up on a venture. But when are we quitting and when are we making a wise decision? Mani Padisetti offers some advice on how to make the right decision.
05/02/02
Is Your Future Worth the Risk?
Darren Roberts shares his insights on how to evaluate the risks involved in going for it.
05/02/02
The A-C-T Formula for Change
Acknowledge, Choose and Track your way to success.
04/04/02
What Does it Take to be a Champion?
Betty Mahalik shares some insights from Salt Lake Olympic champions.
04/04/02
Position Yourself for Success
You really can put yourself in the right place at the right time. Michael Angier tells us how.
04/04/02
Lessons from Las Vegas!
Phil Humbert learns a few things about the entertainment capital of the world and so can you.
04/04/02
Have You Hugged Your Guru Lately?
Rick Beneteau shows us how giving really does equal receiving.
04/04/02
Don't Assume You Can't Do it
Josh Hinds says that just because conventional wisdom says you can't win doesn't mean you have to believe it.
04/04/02
Increase Your Sales: 5 Buying Stimulators
Bob Leduc gets us back to what's important in getting our sales message across.
04/04/02
A Prescription for Wellness
Mike Moore offers five basics to living a healthier lifestyle.
04/04/02
How to Handle Stress By Managing Your Levels
We all experience stress. But handling it is the challenge. Craig Lock offers some sound advice that helps us remain healthier.
03/03/02
Handling Frustrations
When things don't go as planned, it's easy to get frustrated. Michael Angier has Seven things you can do to avoid taking out your frustrations on yourself or others.
03/03/02
How to Deliver Bad News in a Good Way
Bad news calls for tact and diplomacy at the very least. Jan Pedersen tells us how to get the job done.
03/03/02
Guide to Affirmations
Jeff Staniforth shares his ideas on how affirmations can change negative, unproductive beliefs into positive life-supporting beliefs.
03/03/02
And Tomorrow, Save the World
Do you overload your to-do list and then feel defeated when you don't get everything done? Charles Burke used to do that before he found out how to break his tasks down into bite-size pieces.
03/03/02
Action Talk
We all talk. But is our talking accomplishing anything? Paul Lemberg shows us how to make what we say count.
03/03/02
The Lost Art of Thinking
Most of us are so busy we might be called human doings instead of human beings. But all too often, we confuse having thoughts as thinking and it's just not the same. Michael Angier gives us something to, well, think about.
03/03/02
Top Ten Ways to Be Romantic
Yes, Valentine's Day is over, but love should never go out of style. Rinatta Paries provides some answers.
03/03/02
Getting Down in the Dirt
Building foundations—for our lives or for a company—doesn't always look like much is being accomplished. But Michael Angier believes it's the most important work of all.
03/03/02
Inspiration Page: A Warrior's Song
William E. Bailey offers his uplifting poem for all who dare to fight the good fight.
03/03/02
Change Your Outlook with One Word
How do YOU usually answer the question, "How are you?" Doug Grant has tried a distinctive approach that has made a difference.
03/03/02
I Wrote it, But How Do I Get People to Read it?
If people don't read what you've written, why bother? Meredith Pond gives us pointers on how to make our work more reader-friendly.
03/03/02
February Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
03/03/02
Clean Out the Yuck in Your Life!
Michael Angier believes there's more to integrity than being honest and doing the right thing.
02/03/02
The Seller's Creed
Rick Beneteau's at it again and this time he's got some inspiring words of wisdom for anyone in sales—and aren't we all—in one way or another?
02/03/02
Why Most People Will Never Reach Their Goals
Thomas J. Stevens gives us reasons to focus on the reasons for our goals.
02/03/02
Setting S-M-A-R-T Goals
There are principles of goal setting and these five make it easy to remember and apply them in our life.
02/03/02
How to Write Articles Editors Love and Readers Treasure
Burt Dubin, The Speaker's Coach, shares his insight into what makes for great writing that gets the attention of your audience.
02/03/02
Afraid to Ask
Do you ask for what you want, as much as you want, as often as you want? Few people do. Read this piece by Steve Goodier and you may find yourself getting more of what you want.
02/03/02
Nine Things More Important than Capital
You've heard it said that the number one reason for business failures is lack of capital. Jim Rohn shares nine things more powerful than a shortage of cash.
02/03/02
February Bits & Pieces
Dawn shares her collection of tidbits guaranteed to inspire, inform and entertain you.
02/03/02
Inspiration Page: I Believe
Jim Warda has some witty, insightful, thought-provoking and profound beliefs.
02/03/02
The Rule of Three
It works for the US Marine Corp, and it can work for us. Michael Angier talks about the power of simplifying things into groups of three.
01/06/02
Three Best Things
Gary Lockwood tells us of a simple game he used to play with his sons and one we can all play today. 
01/06/02
Advice to a Younger Brother
Michael F. Angier, oldest son. or Michael E, has some pithy advice for his 18-year-old brother.
01/06/02
Top Ten Ways to Identify Your BIG Goal
Do you have a goal so energizing, exciting and compelling that it PULLS you toward it? George Copsey tells us how to find one.
01/06/02
Creating Opportunity
Jim Rohn, America's foremost business philosopher shares three essential keys for the enterprising mind.
01/06/02
A Whole New Year
For customer caring that is—and JoAnnna Brandi has several suggestions on how you can do better in the New Year.
01/06/02
Top Ten Procrastination Busters
In case you procrastinate once in a while, Mershon Bell has ten good ways to overcome it.
01/06/02
If This is My Comfort Zone, Why Am I So Uncomfortable?
Charles Burke doesn't think the comfort zone is so comfortable for most people. What do you think? 
01/06/02
25 Ways We're Different This Christmas
Christmas may be over, but hardly anyone would argue that things will never be the same.
01/06/02

 

   
   
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