Linda – Home Business Entrepreneur

Linda - Excellent Home Business EntrepreneurHere is what Linda had to say about working with Chris:

“Chris has been such a positive influence in my life. Since he began working with me I no longer feel as if I am trying to learn how to build a business alone. His knowledge, guidance and willingness to help me has been invaluable. I feel I am blessed to be able to learn from Chris.”

Linda – Home Business Entrepreneur

 

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A mountain is climbed one step at a time


Everyone who got where they are had to begin where they were.

Your opportunity for success is right in front of you.

To attain success or to reach your goal, don’t worry about having all the answers in advance.

You just need to have a clear idea of your goal and move toward it.

Don’t procrastinate when faced with a difficult problem.

Break your problems into parts and handle one part at a time.

Develop a tendency toward action.

You can make something happen today.

Break your big plan for success into small steps and take the first step right away.

Success starts with a first step.

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Here are some gems from the late, great Mitch Hedberg

  • I called the hotel operator and she said, “How can I direct your call?” I said, “Well, you could say ‘Action!’, and I’ll begin to dial. And when I say ‘Goodbye’, then you can yell ‘Cut!’”
  • I like cottage cheese. That’s why I want to try other dwelling cheeses, too. How about studio apartment cheese? Tent cheese? Mobile home cheese? Do not eat mobile home cheese in a tornado.
  • I went to a restaurant, and I saw a guy wearing a leather jacket, eating a hamburger, drinking a glass of milk. I said, “Dude, you are a cow. The metamorphosis is complete. Don’t fall asleep or I will tip you over!”

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All great achievement takes time

“Keep trying” is the rule that must be followed to be successful at anything.

Your success will always be connected with your actions.

Just keep moving towards your goal.

You’ll make mistakes but don’t ever quit.

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Always be prepared for success

There is no shortage of opportunity.

Everyday you’re presented with countless opportunities to be, or do whatever you desire.

Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity because you’re not prepared.

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Life is made up of a series of experiences

Each one will make you stronger, even though it may be hard for you to realize it at the time.

Life is your classroom in which you’re being tested, tried, and passed.

Always try to stay in the midst of life and activity.

Don’t isolate yourself from the action.

Your character develops itself in the stream of life.

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Your life responds to your outlook

See yourself as you want to be.

The dreams you choose to believe in come to be.

When you feel in your innermost being that you will achieve what you set out to do, you open the way for miracles.

Choose to believe something good can happen.

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The secret to confidence is preparation

With practice you’ll come to a point of competence.

You’ll find yourself accomplishing your goals gracefully and confidently.

It’s then that you’ll do things that you never dreamed you could do.

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July 4th Trivia!

America’s Birthday is also celebrated in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and England. In Denmark, where people listen to songs and speeches about the friendship between the United States and Denmark, the celebration is known as ‘Rebildfest.’

Delaware’s delegation to the Continental Congress put a unanimous endorsement of the Declaration at risk. Delaware delegate George Read was adamantly opposed to the Declaration (many still harbored an affinity for Great Britain and others feared for their careers and the fate of their families), while fellow Delawarians Thomas McKean and Caesar Rodney favored its adoption. Yet it appeared that Rodney, who was suffering from terminal cancer, might arrive in Philadelphia a day too late to break the Delaware delegation’s deadlock. However, the insistent Rodney rode all night through darkness, lightning, and thunder to arrive just in time to cast his affirmative vote, without which the Declaration would not have been unanimous.

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Belief makes everything possible

In order to succeed, you must first believe that you can.

The only true limit to your realization of tomorrow will be your doubts of today.

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