Person Success

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Topic of the day:  How does a person reach a position at which they can describe themselves as successful?

The answer to this question in my opinion is dependent on the answer that the same person gives to the question “define success”.

What may be mediocre achievement for one may be reaching the height of ambition for another. Simply said, each individual defines their own world of satisfaction and accomplishment. There is no single occupation or career that is a “fit all” for everyone. We cannot and do not want to be all doctors, lawyers, accountants, politicians, nurses and on and on. In terms of “person success” this blog post is intended for those individuals who have an entrepreneurial spirit and desire to develop their own income generating business, regardless of type. In contrast, many other posts in this Blog reach out to other interests. Just take a look at the tabs at the top of each post.

And my purpose for this post is to ask you to define success and what it means to you, select a path that you would enjoy following, and if you can gain some beneficial information to help you from this post, I welcome you. Today I will focus on opportunities for “person success” in the context of starting your own business of any type.

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Fyahh Soundz ·

THE ONLY PERSON WHO CAN PRESENT YOU SUCCESS IS YOURSELF!!! DIG DEEP WITHIN YOURSELF AND FIGURE OUT WHAT ARE YOUR “Y’S” IM HEADED TO THE TOP!!!! I WILL EITHER STAND ALONE OR I WILL B WITH THOSE WHO DUG DEEP!!! I AM ME!!! I AM FREE #WHOAREWE #YOUSHOULDBE #TEAMEMPIRE
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BUSINESS INSIDER

5 Ways To Be Productive When The Pressure Is On
Vivian Giang | May 11, 2013

When you’re starting a business, there’s constant pressure. When everything is a priority, how do you remain calm and complete all your tasks on time?
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DENISE WAKEMAN

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Make the Most of Your Blog Posts
MAY 14, 2013

Guest post by D’vorah Lansky, M.Ed.
I’d like to thank Denise for graciously hosting me, as a guest blogger, in celebration of the launch of my newest book, 21 Ways to Launch a Successful Virtual Book Tour.
In this blog post, I’d like to share with you one of “21 Ways” to launch a successful virtual book tour. This tip comes from “Way #16: Make the Most of Your Blog Posts!”
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And from my friend and mentor Ann Sieg today I am posting part of an email…

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Ann Sieg and Ty Tribble

ANN SIEG
Who really needs a blog anyway?
May 15, 2013

This CAN be a decent way for some folks to get the ball rolling for little to no cost.

However, where many people get stuck and end up searching out someone like me to
help “shed some light” on their situation…Is when they hit the “Warm Market Wall”!

This is when people begin to understand that having a blog; is not really a luxury,
but rather a necessity - if they want to build a growing and thriving business these days!

So, what IS the “Warm Market Wall”?    And what can YOU do about it?

We just put up a new post on our blog that features a short video for you that
explains exactly what’s going on, and what YOU should do to solve this big
issue:

MLM Blog Secrets

To Keeping You Ahead Of The Crowd,

Ann Sieg

Do you find any of these articles motivational and informative to the extent that you feel more comfortable and less fearful of taking the leap into beginning your own business? I encourage you to take that first step with MLM Blog Secrets, by requesting a free discussion in the side panel, or requesting the video on legal matters. I look forward to hearing from you.

Dan Norris

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One Response to Person Success

  1. Attorney Attorney says:

    How do you define success for you?
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