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Making Mistakes

The person who doesn’t make mistakes doesn’t make anything.  When you allow mistakes to happen, you learn and grow.  The person waiting to do anything until they can do it perfectly, ends up living a life of mediocrity.

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Beware of the Soul Crushers

One of my dear friends called me for advice on how to handle her mother who was dying of cancer.  My advice was simple: Let her die.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Prosperity.

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Building a New You…

In the last post, I told you that the when you reach the level of self-awareness to become the thinker of the thought – that’s the day you’re actually born.  What we’re talking about is using your mind instead of being used by your mind.  You have to be able to step back, rise above your thoughts, and be conscious of them.  When you become the thinker of the thought, you become the architect of your life. 

You stop believing in fate, luck and happenstance, and start realizing that you’re a co-creator of your life. 

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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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Hope, Dope, and a Dead Pope

It was spring, 2005 and I was sitting in a coffeeshop in Amsterdam toking up some sinsemilla, while the TV on the wall played images of people mourning the death of Pope John Paul II.  Maybe it was the dope, but I was profoundly melancholy, thinking that like so many before him, the Pope was a very spiritual, caring and well-meaning human being – who would leave a legacy of poverty, ignorance, and despair for his followers.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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The Best Possible Version of You

Last post I mentioned the authors I’m working with and how they can get stymied by seeking perfection.  They wonder if they have the right and credibility to put lessons out to the world.  You may be going through a similar dynamic.  Fearful to speak up, take a stand, or attempt something bold.  You think you have issues?

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Vote for Yourself

It’s one of my favorite/most excruciating things to do this time of the year.  Watching the Top 10 on So You Think You Can Dance.  You get to see ten people with mad genius talent, doing performances directed and created by some of the best choreographers on earth.  But it’s like going to see Titanic.  You already know it doesn’t have a happy ending…

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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The #1 Stupid Reason You Hold Back from Success

You want to propose to a woman, but you’re afraid.  You think it’s because you’re fearful she might say ‘no.’  But that’s not the real reason…You want to launch a new business, but you’re afraid.  You think it’s because you’re fearful it might fail. But that’s not the real reason…You want to set a bold, audacious goal for yourself, but you’re afraid.  You think it’s because you’re fearful you might miss the goal and be disappointed.  But that’s not the real reason…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Are You Turning into Your Parents?  

There is a hysterical series of commercials from an insurance company here in the U.S. right now, with the theme of turning into your parents.  That thought might be the most frightful thing you’ve ever heard.  And probably should be.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Building Up Your Self-Worth (Self-Esteem) 

Last post we explored the suppressors, the things that cause you to doubt or diminish your self-worth.  And I told you that self-worth can never come from things outside of yourself.  Self-worth comes from the inside.  So let’s look at some things that build up your self-worth.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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