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The Key To Personal Success?

Published on 10/25/2014
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If you want to be successful there is no shortage of people, websites and ideas waiting to assure you that they have found the key.
For just a few dollars and a little indulgence of your time, they'll sell you that key.

What happens?

You try it, and it doesn't work.  It fizzles like a wet firework at best.

Is that because you've just wasted your money on some scammer's trick?

Well, that's a possibility, yes.

But the more feasible truth is that the miserable result had more to do with your belief in yourself than in the product.

We all hate to admit that, I know.  I'm not immune either.

But as the creator and teacher of dozens of personal development programs over many years I have to come clean.

Whenever anything I've tried has failed to live up to expectations, I've always been there.

(It was the same with the early years of my love life - or lack of - too!)

It doesn't mean we're bad people.  And it certainly doesn't mean we should beat ourselves up, chastising ourselves that we're to blame.

But we are response-able.  (Yes, I deliberately misspelled it.)  Responsibility doesn't mean blame, it means we can *choose* our response to anything.

Learning to choose that you can find a new approach instead of the "workman blaming his tools" response will make all the difference between your ultimate success or a catalogue of failures.

Try it.

And if you have a passion for the personal development niche, why not join my affiliate program?  Click here for all the details ...
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