Motivation

5 Ways to Use Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success

If you follow basketball, there’s a 99.9 percent chance you’ve heard the name John R. Wooden, a sports legend who’s considered to be the greatest NCAA basketball coach of all time. And if you’ve heard of Coach Wooden, you know about his Pyramid of Success, a wildly popular model of 25 proven behaviors and characteristics that lead to greatness. The Pyramid of Success is … [Read more...]

Fancy a Career as a Psychic? You’ll Need to Possess These Skills

Growing in huge popularity in recent years is the psychic and astrology industry. Services such as tarot reading, mediumship, palmistry, and clairvoyance are flourishing thanks to a surge in interest and popularity spanning several age demographics. Women are statistically the most popular visitors to psychic events, websites and psychic hotlines. The industry is apparently … [Read more...]

How to Enjoy Your Job

Long hours and an endless queue of pressing priorities on top of bottlenecking deadlines is nobody’s idea of fun, especially when you feel that your skills are underappreciated and that you are largely going unnoticed. Well, if you are truly at odds with your workplace and if you do find that what is required of you in terms of your performance is an undesirable way to spend … [Read more...]

The Right People: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Expanding Your Vision

Convention often becomes counterintuitive for the entrepreneur starting a business, and this is a fact we see reflected in the stories of some of the most successful and groundbreaking business leaders of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century. Sure, Steve Jobs may have benefited from TKI certification, but he still managed to build meaningful working partnerships … [Read more...]

Business Giving Back: A Guide to Incentivizing Your Employees

Have you ever bribed or used a form of encouragement as a means to get your kids into doing a chore, or used a reward as a means to motivate yourself? From wanting to work out to fit that outfit, to encouraging your kids to do their household tasks - everyone becomes a little bit more up for the job when there is a small gain for them. It also comes down to us wanting to be … [Read more...]

These Careers Could Lead to Successful Small Business Ventures

Ever since you were a kid playing “shop” with your buddies, you’ve dreamed of having your own small business, but as an adult, the idea remains unformed. You left the shop idea behind when you turned 13, and now you’re wondering what fields could give you good returns if you were to embark on your own business venture. The first step is to look at what you already can do that … [Read more...]

Master the Art of Achieving Success

Contrary to popular belief, financial success, or any other kind of success in life, isn’t always about just putting your nose to the grindstone. Instead, achieving success is about aligning your thoughts to create a belief system that supports your achievement of success. Holding negative thoughts about what you desire -- as in “Why is so easy for everyone else? or “How am … [Read more...]

How to Reduce the Amount of Negative Space in Your Office

Removing negative space in the office is by far one of the best ways to boost the morale of the office and make the space much more welcoming. Whether it is painting on the walls or adding plants, spicing up your office space can all help to make your office space more welcoming for visitors and employees. In this article, we will be looking into how you can remove negative … [Read more...]

Staying Motivated in Tough Times

In times like the ones we are facing today, with devastating news and uncertainty surrounding us on all sides, the morale of individuals can be extremely low, and people can use a little extra uplifting to get motivated to work. Along with the impact it is having on employees, organizations are also feeling Coronavirus’ impacts. Having to downsize is no easy task, however, a … [Read more...]

How Social Distancing Highlights the Power of Blendification® in Your Business

The world is getting smaller. In 1966, Walt Disney unveiled “It’s a Small World,” a now classic ride, and the phrase has been used ever since to highlight how the world keeps getting closer together. Even before this, the idea of “six degrees of separation” surfaced in 1929 and was popularized by a film by the same name in 1993. That was before the internet! The internet, … [Read more...]