Author Archives: Brian Wright

The First Five Minutes Of Your Day

Recently, I bought a book by Greg Reid and Sharon Lechter called “Three Feet From Gold”, and it is about the power of not giving up when you are so very close to experiencing victory. In one chapter, they write about a great piece of advice that Bob Proctor had given them, and it is…

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Developing Your Master Plan for World Domination

Recently, I had had some great conversations with people about who are they are where they are going in life.  In a couple of those conversations, I decided to ask a new question, and it is simply this: “What is your plan for world domination?” Really, this is a different way of asking someone what…

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The Value of Mastermind Alliances

Lately I have been thinking about the concept of masterminding. Jack Canfield talks about it in his book “The Success Principles”, and the idea goes all the way back to Napoleon Hill’s classic book “Think and Grow Rich”. Masterminding is an alliance of two or more like minded people for the purpose of accomplishing common…

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The Importance of Letting Go

One of the most difficult things we can do in life is forgiving other people. Author Brian Tracy said something about this subject, and the application of this quote can be very challenging. Here’s what he said: “Forgive everyone who has ever hurt you in any way. Let it go.” Of course that is much…

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Design Your Life Plan

There’s a quote by business philosopher Jim Rohn that really speaks to me because I see a lot of unhappiness for people in their careers and life in general. The quote is simply this: If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have…

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