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7 Ways You Can Turn Your Life Around Today (2 min read)

1. Develop a strong work ethic.

In terms of building a successful career, work ethic trumps everything. What that means is doing your job and getting it done come hell or high water. It means striving to be better than anyone. It means working your a** off, meeting your commitments and making your boss, customers, or whoever deliriously happy.

Read: 25 Ways You Can Recreate Yourself and Your Life

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Try a New Approach

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member and Author: Franci Hoffman

Founder & Owner of: Amanpan

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer

Step by step and the thing is done -Charles Atlas
Be what you are. This is the first step toward becoming better than you are – Julius Charles Hare

While there are many motivational quotes to choose from, some stand out more so than others. Perhaps, because they are simple and to the point. Personally, I like to think I can take away a useful message from motivation quotes, poems, and articles, however, I’m not willing to spend my time on stuff I already know.

But, with that said, I still am drawn to anything in writing that relates to motivation. I assume this is because, even though the subject is a popular one for writers, it is an upbeat topic that is usually motivating. Or at least, I hope so since I scan a lot of articles, etc. Yes, I admit to it.

 

Another admission of mine is I am almost addicted to social media. I say almost because I’m not a Facebook follower nor am I enthralled with reading about anyone’s life online. Now hear me out because I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with that, it’s just not my cup of tea.

 

So exactly what does motivate me? Well, I like to set mini goals and/or take a step by step approach to everything I do. Sure, some of my endeavors require only one step, but others may need more thought. This is where my step by step attitude kicks in. My motivation stems from completing one goal and being able to make a smooth transition to the next.

 

So, with all of this chit chat about thoughts, goals and motivation, the most important step is that we do this for ourselves. We may take steps and set goals to help others or to complete a job for others, but not for the sake of others. In my humble opinion, this is essential for a realistic approach to motivation.

Color your day for your, yourself and you not for the sake of someone else.

 

Cheers!

Article Credits: Franci Hoffman

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author

 

 

 

 

Be Still and Write (1 min read)

 

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Aui V.

Founder & Owner of: Aui’s Den

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Editor and Author of The Booze Stole My Son: Don’t Let It Steal Yours


There was a pressure inside demanding I’ve got to write something when there is just nothing to write. Throwing crumpled paper over my tin can one after the other and tossing my pen every now and then, walking in and out of my small little corner to look at my malunggay (moringga) trees over the window, and turning the computer on and off manifest the tension I am feeling that moment.

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3 Ways Your Business Isn’t Using Facebook (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Helen Ames

Founder & Owner of: Finding Ever After

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur, Successful Living and Travel Writer


1. Facebook Apps

Do you give Facebook followers an easy way to join your newsletter?  Facebook has apps for Constant Contact, Mail Chimp, and others to allow your followers to sign up.  This makes it easier for you to capture a consumer group, or a list of individuals who may be interested in company news and updates.

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Master Your Craft for Millions (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Sam Sanderson

Founder & Owner of: Simplistic Success

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer


“Master” is defined as a skilled practitioner of a particular art or activity. To be a Master at something in our society will always be highly valued. When an individual brings substantial value to society they are often rewarded financially. Some areas of mastery are rewarded more than others. Professionals in medical, banking and finance and law often have a more direct path to financial reward. That does not mean other areas are not highly valued.

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Likes (1 min read)

1,000 LIKES

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Congratulations on getting 1,000 total likes on The Millionaire’s Digest.

Your current tally is 1,016.

This is the first thing I saw on my notifications this morning. Thank you, friends. It means a lot to me. I started blogging last February of this year and invited by Millionaires Digest to be one of their staff writers a few months ago. I never knew that my yes to their invitation would bring me to many wonderful friends and followers on my site. I cannot help but be grateful for the opportunity.

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Full Potential

 

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member, and Author: Franci Hoffman

Founder & Owner- BrewNSpew

-Millionaire’s Digest Contributor, Inspirational & Motivational Writer

Article Credits:  Franci Hoffman

 

“Life is like a ten-speed bicycle.  Most of us have gears we never use.”
Charles M. Schulz

Seems in life it is essential, to gear our mind to full potential. Please lend an ear, this you may want to hear.

There is no boasting if we’re only coasting. Results may be adverse if we’re forever in reverse.  Let’s move forward by pedaling toward, a favorable direction. The rut in the road, an act of deflection or an undesirable reflection?

We get out of bed, shake our head and we’re in first gear. What a great start, we’re thinking smart! Again, let’s pedal toward a positive direction; are you with me? Have you switched to second gear? Oh, but you must! There is still time to adjust.

C’mon, there’s no time for crying, you must keep trying. Do you want to be a wannabe throughout your life? No, the answer is not a new life. You can’t just buy a new life like you would buy a new bike!

We must be resourceful and not remorseful; squelch our fear and cultivate cheer. Now, are you with me? I’m so proud of you that you heeded my cue.

Seems in life it is essential, to gear our mind for full potential. Please lend an ear, this you may want to hear.

Get out of first gear!

Cheers!

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member, and Author: Franci Hoffman

Founder & Owner-  BrewNSpew

-Millionaire’s Digest Contributor, Inspirational & Motivational Writer

Article Credits:  Franci Hoffman

 

Eye of the Storm

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member, and Author: Franci Hoffman

Founder & Owner-BrewNSpew

-Millionaire’s Digest Contributor, Inspirational & Motivational Writer

Article Credits:  Franci Hoffman

 

It was a dark and stormy night

Fragile trees with gnarled knees

Their appearance quite a fright

I walked for miles and miles

As I was pulled by your smiles

A fingernail moon in a sable sky

Oh Father time, if only I could fly

My soul bared with overwhelming fright

This nightmarish ride will etch my life

Suddenly a breeze brushed my face

Sensations of another sharing my space

Tranquility speaks as I encountered no harm

My soul slumbers while cradled in your arms

Cheers!

Article Credits:  Franci Hoffman

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The Addictive Brain: Who is in Control?

“Why can’t you just stop it at once?” I hope I have the answer.
“Why can’t you see what your drinking is causing you?” the query I often asked my son when he was still around only to find out that neither I knew why.
“Why do I keep doing the things that will eventually lead me to trouble?”
“What is wrong with my brain?” I’m sure the problem lies in here since it controls everything I thought. Continue reading The Addictive Brain: Who is in Control?