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Take Back Your Dreams!

We’ve been talking about how you reboot your mental software so you can make a clean break from limiting behaviors of the past.  There are three actions you have to take, to successfully complete the reboot.  We already looked at the first: creating learning curriculums, and the second, changing your approach from seeking rewards to creating value.  Now let’s explore action number three…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Starting Your Reboot

Last post I told you that the nexus of the issue for reinventing yourself is the vision you create for your life.  This vision is the intention for what “the new you” is going to look, feel, and act like.  This is no time to play safe, but the moment to be seeking challenges at the fringe of your fear.  The person you are meant to become doesn’t live in your comfort zone. 

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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What Kind of Vision Do You Possess? 

Last post I told you that there are some beliefs, habits, and even people, that no longer belong in your life.  Once you realize and recognize that, you can finally give yourself permission to move toward self-mastery, recreating yourself, and living a prosperous life.   

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Transforming Your Life…

Last post I shared my story of having life collapse around me, and deciding to kill off the old me, to create a new and better version.  (And regular readers here will know that was the second time I had essentially recreated myself.)  Now let’s explore whether that is something you may want to do, and what that looks like if you do…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Igniting Fire from Burnout

It was our regular Monday morning staff meeting and my team was assembled around the conference table. I opened by saying we were cancelling the seminar I was currently touring the world with. Sherry, my vice president was taken aback. She blurted out “That seminar brings in 80 percent of our revenue right now.” “I know, and I don’t care,” I replied. “If I have to do another seminar about how you get a prospect’s phone number, I would rather stick a fork in my eye.”

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Killing Off the Old You

In the last post we discussed consciousness and mindfully choosing your path instead of simply following the one your environment had prepared for you.  The post seemed to touch many on a deep level, as they have relayed to me their stories of leaving the old, pre-ordained version of themselves behind, to create the life they intuitively felt they wanted to be living.  It’s such a radical, life-altering decision.

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Living Up to Expectations

It’s amazing how much time, energy and mental bandwidth we expend on living up to expectations.  Our own, as well as others.

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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How to Set the Perfect Goal

Last post we discussed the criteria that for goals that cause you to change your behavior enough to attain them.  I promised that in this post I would share what makes a goal “perfect” – one that you want to achieve, you can achieve, and it transforms your life for the better. 

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Setting Goals that Actually Work

You already know some dreams are bigger than others, some dreams are easier to obtain, and some are merely whimsical.  So what’s the most important criteria about the dreams you have for the future?

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Why Your Comfort Zone Makes You Miserable

This is the last post in the series about the need for goals that challenge you and pull you towards the greatest possible version of yourself.  A fascinating dynamic of human nature is how fiercely people will fight to stay mediocre.  They don’t label it as mediocre obviously.  They would tell you that they’re simply being conservative, safe or avoiding potential risk.  But those motivations are always a recipe for creating mediocrity.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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