Posted by s0r4340 on Aug 8, 2012 in Career, Happiness, Leadership, Life, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Self Improvement, Self-Help, Society, Success | 0 comments
If you want to have a successful career, whether you are a worker or the boss, being confident is a necessity. Without confidence, you’ll never take the necessary steps for reaching your goals. By nature, some people have more confidence than others, but that doesn’t mean … Discover more…
There is a lot of responsibility implied in almost any leadership role you accept. Leadership is not always a good thing. Positive leadership in positive directions is a very good thing. Never ever let leadership take on a negative connotation. If you want to be a genuine leader, strive for good results for you and your followers. It is vital to stay away from … Discover more…
Posted by s0r4340 on Jul 31, 2011 in Career, Education, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Self Improvement, Self-Help, Spiritual Development, Spirituality, Success, Wisdom | 1 comment
If you are searching for self-improvement products, chances are you’ll be able to find myriads of them on the internet, in library, in bookstores, even in your local grocery stores. What then, differentiates one from the other?
I happened to discover Mind Secrets Exposed after a close friend of mine recommended it to me. Being a self-help product junkie, I wasn’t surprised that she had introduced another one of these eBooks to me. So having nothing else to do, I checked out MindSecretsExposed.com, and here’s what I found out:
The entire Mind Secrets Exposed course consists of an eBook and a software.
Doesn’t sound like much, right?
That’s what I thought at first. In fact, I was close to clicking that little X in the corner of my browser and closing the page. But as I read on, I found myself intrigued by what the creator of the course, one Greg Frost had to say about the subconscious mind.
(For those of you who have yet to hear of him, he is a professional self-improvement couch and bestselling author. He is so confident of his offering, that he is willing to give a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee of his course.)
Eventually I was suckered in and ended up buying the package.
So what did I think of it?
First, let me explain what the software and eBook is all about.
According to the website, the software, called Mind Motivator Extreme, will “broadcast subliminal messages directly to your subconscious mind by flashing the powerful messages on your computer screen.” Truth be told I found this to be a little disorienting at first, but once I got used to it I did feel the subtle effects the messages had on me.
For example, prior to using the software I’d always had a problem with motivating myself to get things done, always procrastinating and putting things off to the last minute. Yet after using the software for a couple of weeks I realized that I was getting things done on my own, without having to be reminded or prompted by anyone. What’s even more amazing to me is that I’d been doing them in record time!
As for the Mind Secrets Exposed manual itself, in my opinion it’s a great read for both newbies and veterans to the self-help niche. While Mind Secrets Exposed may not contain an incredibly groundbreaking revelation, the techniques explained within the book are simply some of the best techniques I have found in the self-improvement field. Greg’s style of style of writing is also very personal and clear, and easy to understand and follow. He covers a broad range of issues in Mind Secrets, like family and relationships and financial and spiritual aspects of one’s life.
Having been exposed to various mind-development products, what I am most impressed about Mind Secrets Exposed is its low price offering for such an impressive and valuable tool. This really reflects on the genuine care and sincerity that Greg has for his potential customers, which is what I respect about the man.
Overall, I will definitely recommend Mind Secrets Exposed to my friends and loved ones. Being able to unleash the full potential of my subconscious mind has helped me enormously to me to take better control of my life.
Posted by Vic on Sep 8, 2010 in Career | 0 comments
What’s the secret to finding your career passion? The secret to find the passion for your career starts from knowing yourself. Many employees and workers lose passion in their careers because they have not identified their selves correctly before they enter into a particular job. They shift to different positions frequently, because they always find their selves in wrong workplaces. To have a job that you love, you must start by knowing yourself professionally, financially, emotionally, mentally, physically, and even spiritually. Career doesn’t only involves money neither it only includes recognition. Career involves your life. That is why we need to fully know the run of our lives historically, presently and prospectively. We should do that to find a career which is parallel to the life we are heading. … Discover more…