June 9th, 2015
Can you learn how to be more confident?
A lot of people reflexively say “No - you're either confident or you're not.” But in my experience, that’s simply not true.
Confidence is a skill and, like any other skill, you can master it over time.
To show you what I mean, I want to show you one of the ...
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June 3rd, 2015
When it comes to setting goals, a lot us experience what I call the Treadmill of Disappointment. Tell me if this sounds familiar...
We get really motivated to try something new. (“TODAY’S THE DAY!”)
We clean the house, pay our bills on time, and finally make it to Inbox Zero.
The first day or two goes okay...but then ...
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May 29th, 2015
You’ve heard me say it before. A Rich Life is about more than just money.
This month on the IWT blog, we covered how to travel more, painlessly save money, stay motivated, select the perfect TV show to watch, and raise your prices -- all part of a Rich Life.
May was a busy month for IWT so today, ...
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May 22nd, 2015
How would you plan your day if you had the flexibility of working from home?
Working from home lets my employee spend more time with her kids
A work-from-home job gives you FREEDOM. You could spend mornings at the gym, or with your kids. Afternoons meeting friends for lunch, or running errands when there’s no crowds, etc.
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May 4th, 2015
Let’s talk about power.
In any conversation, there’s a power dynamic. For example, if I call someone for advice, I’m in the subordinate position. I work around the other person’s schedule. I go to meet him at his office. I listen for 75%+ of the conversation instead of running my mouth. And when someone comes to ...
December 8th, 2014
...THEY NEVER MEAN IT!
How many friends do you know who said, “Let’s make a promise: If either of us gets in a bad relationship, we’ll tell the other person we don’t like their boyfriend/girlfriend.”
You both agree, smiling, happy you can be so open with your friend. (It’s like two 4-year-old boys solemnly pledging ...