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bullet Make it a R-E-A-L Holiday Season
It's not too late to re-evaluate what happened last year and make plans for the new year.
bullet The Principle of Vacuum
Michael Angier explains how we need to create a vacuum to make room for what we truly want in our lives.
bullet Top Ten Ways to Live Authentically
Living an authentic life is the pinnacle of success. Doctor Ann Ronan teaches us exactly what this is and how to live just such a life.
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bullet It's About Accountability: You Don't Need to Go it Alone
Are you a team of one? Do you feel all alone on the quest to reach your objectives? Michael Angier knows the value of having the proper support. And a Master Mind is key to your success.
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bullet What's Steering Your Ship?
What kind of shape is YOUR rudder in? Michael draws a correlation between the rudder from his yacht and the values that direct our lives.
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bullet Is Your Company the Real McCoy?
If your business is missing a clear sense of authenticity, you’re wasting time, energy and resources. To do business with today’s consumer, you need to connect with them in a genuine way. Being authentic will differentiate you from the crowds competing for your prospect's hard-earned dollar. Michael Angier encourages business owners to get real and get results.
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bullet How to Help Your Company Become a World Class Company
Whether you own or work for a company, you want to feel good about what you do. Even if you’re not a leader, you can be the catalyst for positive change in the company you work for. It's not only business leaders and owners who create world class companies; it’s every member of the team. Michael Angier explains how to challenge the status quo without risking too much and why it’s better to stand up and speak your truth than remain silent and settle for average.
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bullet How Joint Ventures Can Catapult You to Success
All business owners enjoy a win-win situation. But what about a Triple Win? Discover a strategy for creating opportunities for your business. The potential for pröfit is limited only by your imagination. Michael Angier de-mystifies the concept of Joint Venturing.
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bullet Why You Should Have a World Class Business
If we're going to spend 10, 20 or even 40 years building a business, why not make it a world class venture?
bullet Give More to Get More
Earn Twice as Much with Half the Stress: A special report that can revolutionize your business and your life.
bullet Do You Know Your Neighbors?
Vermont native Robert Frost may have said, "Good fences make good neighbors," but so does taking a few moments to get to know who your neighbors are.
bullet Make it So: Getting Things Done
Michael thinks he's pretty efficient and effective, but there's also room for improvement.
bullet What's in Your Toolbox?
Think tools are just for carpenters and plumbers? Think again! Everyone has a toolbox—or SHOULD have.
bullet Top Ten Reasons Why eBooks are Better Than Printed Books
Michael Angier loves the printed word. But there are distinct advantages that eBooks have over printed tomes.
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Staying Power: Building an Organization that Lasts
Even Woody Allen said, "Ninety percent of success is showing up". Doing business for the long haul has lots of advantages. Michael offers his insights as to why a business should be built for 100 years or more.

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Faster Then the Speed of Thought
Speed can differentiate you from the competition. And today's marketplace and impatient consumer wants it now.

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Are You Efficient AND Effective?
Being efficient isn't enough. It might make you feel good, but Michael believes more emphasis should be placed on effectiveness.

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Our Unique Potential
Michael Angier wants to know: What are you leaving on the table with regard to your potential?

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Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions
One of the keys to CANI—Constant and Never-Ending Improvement—is the proper use of feedback says Michael Angier.

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I Was So Embarrassed
Michael shares how an experience in creating something less than excellent is an opportunity to see the truth.

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Step Back and Gain New Perspective
When we work in our business, it's often difficult to work ON our business. What's needed is a fresh perspective. Michael advocates getting away from it all.

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No More Struggle
Michael Angier doesn't mind hard work, but struggle is not something he wants to do--nor should you.

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Handling Problems is Our Job
We wouldn't have a job to do if there weren't any problems to solve. Michael Angier believes it's all in how you hold it.

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Some Thoughts on the Loss of Columbia
The space shuttle tragedy—as all tragedies—has some things to teach us as we reflect upon and mourn this loss.

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Differentiate Yourself
Michael Angier claims that to compete effectively, we have to look for ways to distinguish ourselves. He also tells how.

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Giving and Receiving
Michael Angier talks about the Law of the Farm.

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Adventures in the Leaves
Michael Angier says that even though it's important to have a plan as to where we're going, if we know exactly where we're going, and precisely what's going to happen, there's no drama—no adventure.

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Greater Competency Means Smoother Sailing
Michael Angier equates sailing mastery to being our best in other areas.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 our business grow.

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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.

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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".

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Business is All About Relationships
Michael Angier talks about what he's learned in having business relationships that last.

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Innovation: Ideas Are Cheap—But Extremely Valuable
Ideas are all around us, but accessing them and making them work for us is where the real value is. Michael Angier shares his insights on the power of innovation.

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Handling Frustrations
Michael Angier offers seven tips for dealing with frustrations when things don't go as planned. 

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Getting Down in the Dirt
You can build your success rapidly, but you'd better be sure you're building on something solid.

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The Lost Art of Thinking
Michael Angier ponders why thinking isn't as common as one might think. Are we too busy DOING to think?

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16 Tips for Being a Better Writer
Michael Angier offers a few basic rules to keep in mind to help you better read and better understood.

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The Playing Field Has Been
Leveled—And it's Time for You to Play

Never before have the opportunities been so great. Never before has the "little guy" been so poised to compete successfully. It's time to go for it. Are you ready?

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Clean Out the Yuck in Your Life!
Michael Angier believes there's more to integrity than being honest and doing the right thing.

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Setting S-M-A-R-T Goals
Goals setting is a skill. But it's not one that usually taught in school. Michael Angier shares a quick and easy tool to help you set AND ACHIEVE your goals. 

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Leadership and Character
What does a town drunk and General Eisenhower have to teach us about leadership? Michael Angier has some ideas.

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The Rule of Three
By making good use of this rule, you'll sharpen your focus, increase your effectiveness and experience greater fulfillment in all that you do.  

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Listen, Pause, Clarify & Validate
We all know that listening is even more important than speaking when it comes to good communication. But how DO we really listen? Michael Angier  tells us how.

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Kicking the Worry Habit
Michael Angier used to worry—big time! In this excerpt from his eBook, Strategies for Success, he tells how he overcame this disability.

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From Tragedy to Triumph
Michael Angier believes that the attack on America can be a catalyst for world peace and our response could become our finest hour.

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Reflections on Sept 11th, 2001
Michael Angier offers his "day after" thoughts and feelings on what happened.

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Top Ten Ways To Handle Email Overload
Michael Angier receives over 150 emails a day—sometimes 500. He shares his favorite methods for managing his inbox.

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Built to Last
Is the organization you're building and the YOU you're building something that will endure the test of time? Michael Angier recommends a book and a way of life.

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Top Ten Most Important Things to Do Today  
It's easy to feel overwhelmed with all we have to do. And it's not how much we get done, it's WHAT we get done. Michael Angier shares his list of what he'd like to do every day.

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Time on The Water  
Take a sailing trip with us, let the wind blow through your brain and be reminded of the importance of time away.

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Top Ten Things to Think 
About If You Want to Change the World.
 

If you want to make a difference, you must be the change you want to see in the world. Michael Angier lists ten points to ponder.

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How Full is Your Cup?
Sometimes what we know interferes with what we could learn. Michael Angier shares a story that shows us how we need to empty our "cup" before we can fill it with knowledge.

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That Motivation Stuff Doesn't Work!
It's a common complaint. But is it true? Does it even work in the first place. Can we really be motivated by another person?  Michael Angier shares his views.

bullet We've Decided Not to Participate in an Economic Slowdown
What if they threw a recession and nobody came? Here are some ideas on how negative economic news becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy—but only if you allow yourself to buy into it.
bullet Is That Your Final Answer?
Most of the time, our first answer or first solution to a problem isn't the best. And unlike the popular game show, there's more than one right answer.
bullet Authenticity and Originality
Are you the REAL THING? All the time? Michael Angier shares some insights into the value—and the scarcity—of being authentic.
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The Top Ten Things That Work For Me
We all have things we do that work—things that if we did more often or more consistently would provide successful results. Here are ten that Michael Angier has found that make him more productive.

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The Trouble with Sam
Sam’s well-educated, smart, interesting to talk to and has good people skills. So why is he broke? Michael Angier has some thoughts about a friend with lots of potential but not-so-good results.

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Do You Have Job Security?
Are you sure? Michael Angier talks about the importance of creating your own security and not depending on anyone else.

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The Lowly 3x5 Card - Some of the simplest and cheapest tools we have are often the best. This one works.

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Building Solid Foundations - When it comes to erecting a building, few people would dispute the importance of establishing a strong foundation. It's no different in building a business, a family or a life.

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There Are No Small Things - Michael Angier tells how a small kindness of a young soldier in 1945 changed someone's life and how we can do the same.

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The Art of Gratefulness - Michael Angier shares with us his insight on the value of appreciating what we have.

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What Worked, What Didn't, What's Next?
Here's a process that helps you to learn from what happened and move on with greater insight.

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Change Happens - How to Accept, Navigate and Master Change. Change is all around us—and the RATE of change is accelerating. Knowing how to adapt to it is key to our success.

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Your Market Value
You don't get paid for your time. You get paid for the value you bring to the marketplace. How much value are you creating and are you getting paid for it?

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Our Self-Esteem
How's your your self-image?  For most people, their self-esteem is less than they would like. Michael Angier shares with us how he was able to increase his self-esteem and climb out of some dark times.

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Celebrate Your Success
Michael Angier speaks to the importance of celebrating our milestones and achievements and how NOT doing so can even thwart our prosperity.

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Line up Your Thoughts, Feelings and Energies in Order to Accomplish Your Goals - Why is it that some things come easily to us and other goals seem so hard to attain? Often it's because we're conflicted—our feelings are working against us.

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Changing Systems is Easier Than Changing People
Change the context instead of the content and get results.

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A Case Study in Stupidity
Can management really be as stupid as Dilbert portrays. You bet!

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Universal Delegation: How to Solve Problems in Your Sleep
a simple but almost magical method for gaining access to Universal Wisdom.

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Visualization and Affirmation Can Backfire
In the process of attempting to create what we want, we often do just the opposite. Getting our thinking and our feelings aligned is the key.

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Seeing Problems in a New Way
Embracing problems instead of avoiding them allows us to see them as the  opportunities they are.

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Taking Care of Yourself
We need to do those things that revitalize us and give us the energy and clarity to be supportive of others.

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The Blessing in Adversity
Our lives are much more
enjoyable if we view each thing that happens to us as just that—a HAPPENING.

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Cash in on the New International Currency
Who you know and how well you know them counts for as much—if not more—than what you know and how good your product/service is.

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Expectancy
You don’t always get what you want,
but you almost always get what you expect.

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Ten Thousand Failures
Accepting defeat or criticism is never easy, but it's those people who take feedback and make corrections who create lasting success.

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Is That the Best You Can Do?
You don’t get what you deserve—you get what you negotiate.

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Readers are Leaders
Reading can be a powerful catalyst for thinking; it has the potential for stimulating wisdom.

 

 

 

       
       
       
   


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