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The PRICE!

The PRICE!

SUCCESS does not come without a price. Without a test, there can be no testimony, without a fight, there can be no victory; without challenges and obstacles to overcome, there can be no success and breakthrough. If it was easy to become an achiever without going through tough times, there shouldn’t be failures in life. It is resilience that separates champions from chumps.

Choose to either fight for what you want, press through every obstacle and come out as a champion, or succumb to challenges, live life as a mediocre person and eventually exit the world without any sign that you were ever here. Greatness is on the other side of comfort. Continue to press for that which will differentiate you and position you for greatness in life. Get ready for transforming revelations that will exceed your imaginations.

If you’re really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose. Nobody goes undefeated all the time. If you can up after a crushing defeat, and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion some day. Refuse to be discouraged and instead, resolve to prove to the world that you can be number one. You’ve got what it takes, now it’s time for you to use what you’ve got.

Failure is not final. It is not the end of your life. Even if circumstances or people around you try to make you feel hopeless and worthless because of the mistakes you have made or the number of times you have failed, it does not reflect the exact picture of your true destiny. The fact that you tried and failed is an indication that you are a potential candidate for success. Remember these words: (continue reading…)


The New Awakening!

The New Awakening! – by Etieno Etuk, MBA(Finance)

Rude Awakening

According to recent surveys, North Americans are facing serious financial challenges. That is why this year’s electoral process is of grave concern to millions of US citizens at home and abroad. This concern is valid because if the right people are not voted into office, there could be a catastrophic shift in the gap between the rich and the poor. In Canada, about 35% of Canadians do not have any savings or investments. Roughly 27 percent of private sector workers have any employer-funded pension plan. The average savings in Registered (continue reading…)


How to 10X Your Thinking

How to 10X Your Thinking

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Etieno Etuk Featured by CNN: “24 hours at the world’s busiest airport”

Etieno Etuk Featured by CNN: “24 hours at the world’s busiest airport”

At the end of this post, there will be a very juicy video that will cut down your success learning curve, by teaching you the 10 -10 investment plan. The catch is that you have to read the entire post to get the really juicy stuff…Sorry, it’s my way or the highway! :-) :-)
Let’s jump right into it. There is an article published by CNN a few years ago about me. I was on my way back to my home in Houston via a flight from Nigeria in West Africa. I had to change planes in Atlanta, Georgia, and was so frustrated that I had to be harassed by immigration officials at that airport. That’s when these guys from CNN came to interview me. I felt I was singled out because I was coming in from Nigeria. Anyway, the CNN agents were subtle and acted friendly, asking me several questions that seemed foolish to me at the time, but I proceeded to answer their questions and to tell them how disappointed I was about the process at that airport.
I was quite surprised at how the editors at CNN(who wrote the story on their website) spun it from a very negative vantage point to paint me as a criminal who was smuggling fish into the US, just because of the simple fact that I was on my way to Houston from Nigeria. I bet they got great reviews for writing the story. This is very typical of the western media, who are quite hostile towards people of African descent. If you don’t believe me, just read the headlines on news outlets when they are talking about any of the countries located on the African continent.

This is one of the major reasons I don’t watch to the news. One of my mentors, Mr. Darren Hardy (of Success Magazine), taught a few years ago to avoid the news at all costs. He spoke particularly about Mr. Wolf Blitzer, whose expertise is painting the picture that the world is being taken over by #terrorists. He has really mastered that craft!

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[VIDEO] Focus On Your Television

[VIDEO] Focus On Your Television

A Few Quotes about the “Power of Focus On Your Television”:

  1. When you focus on being a blessing, God makes sure that you are always blessed in abundance. — Joel Osteen
  2. Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive. — Matt Cameron
  3. You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus. — Mark Twain
  4. Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The sun’s rays do not burn until brought to a focus. — Alexander Graham Bell
  5. Being incarcerated is truly very serious, and it has changed my life to such an extent that breaking the cycle has become my sole focus. Jail is definitely not cool. Education is. — Ja Rule
  6. My No. 1 focus was on my foundation, the Tim Tebow Foundation, to bring faith, hope and love to those needing a brighter day in the darkest hour of need. — Tim Tebow
  7. “My focus is to forget the pain of life. Forget the pain, mock the pain, reduce it. And laugh.” — Jim Carrey

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Put In the Time

Put In the Time

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How To Become An Excellent Public Speaker

How To Become An Excellent Public Speaker

By Dr. Yomi Garnett

“My own secret to effective public speaking is to consider it merely a way of sharing my thoughts, the public speech being, in real terms, only a modified form of conversation.”- Yomi Garnett

The Amazing Secret To Verbal Brilliance

Whether you are speaking publicly for the twentieth time, or whether you are doing it for the first time, for most people, it remains an exercise they approach with some trepidation and nervousness. Most people seem to think good speakers are in possession of some secret knowledge that makes them skillful in speaking. Nothing could be further from the truth. I speak, and I write for a living. This means that I’m constantly on the lecture circuit, all the year round, speaking to groups of people of very disparate backgrounds, and of every conceivable description and disposition.
Indeed, I do have a secret. It is, however, so simple as to border on the ridiculous. My secret is simply this: By a conscious act of my will, I regard each episode of public speaking as being no different from any other form of ordinary, day-to-day discourse. To put it in even simpler terms: I consider it merely a way of sharing my thoughts with other people.

Insist On Speaking Only Plain English

At any speaking engagement, anyone who is not truly communicating with his audience is merely engaging in ineffectual talk. Put in other words, the essence of the public speech is to communicate and not to impress. Make every effort to avoid the inflated word. The right word, which, more often than not, is the one with which your listeners are quite familiar, is most often a very simple word. For some inexplicable reason, most people have a tendency to throw in words that are either not in common usage, or even words that have only recently gained a certain popularity. I have just thrown in a perfect example with the uncommonly used word “inexplicable.” The word “unexplainable” would have sufficed, wouldn’t you agree? It would appear that people do this either to sound current and up-to-date, or simply to impress the audience. Unfortunately, some of these “big” words do nothing to improve our ability to communicate.
The human ego is also a factor in the tendency towards fancy language, with some speakers thinking that the bigger the words they use, the more important their subject matter and themselves appear. Try your utmost best to avoid pompous language. You will be better received and better understood if you avoid “trendy talk.”

Avoid “Empty” Words

These are also called ‘vacuous’ words, and they are words and noises that add nothing to what we are trying to say. They merely clutter up what we are trying to say, and this means they also clutter up what the audience is hearing. People use these words because they serve as ‘oral crutches,’ and can be handy when one is stalling. However, if we become dependent on them, falling back on (continue reading…)


Do What’s Hard, Life Will Be Easy (Via Matt Morris)

Do What’s Hard, Life Will Be Easy (Via Matt Morris)

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Jim Rohn – What To Do With Your First Dollar

Jim Rohn – What To Do With Your First Dollar

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