Archive | May, 2013


30 May



“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments”

Jim Rohn



30 May

Leadersip Book Image Orrin Woodward


 Hello my GREAT friends!

I want to share with you a couple of lines from a book I’m reading right now on Leadership 
It’s from one of the BEST leaders in the world as I see leadership should be
It’s not something you are or use just in your company
And a most beautiful lifestyle that is!
Many people are interested in leadership for what they image it can provide them, including:
1. Power
2. Control
3. Perks or Being Served
But the life of a leader is quite different from such expectations.
The life of a leader involves:
1. Giving Power (empowering)
2. Helping others fix problems and move forward
3. Serving others
You should really read this book – It’s beyond awesome!!!

Planning – Napoleon Hill

27 May

Transformation of the intangible impulse of desire into the tangible reality of money calls for the use of a plan, or plans.

Permanent link to this post: Planning

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To your success

Lene Jytte Hansen

Evaluating Your Associations by Jim Rohn

27 May


Evaluating Your Associations 
by Jim Rohn

If you were to evaluate the major influences in your life that have shaped the kind of person you are, this has to be high on the list: the people and thoughts you choose to allow into your life.

Mr. Shoaff gave me a very important warning in those early days that I would like to share with you. He said, “Never underestimate the power of influence.”

Indeed, the influence of those around us is so powerful!

Many times we don’t even realize we’re being strongly affected because influences generally develop over an extended period of time.

Peer pressure is an especially powerful force because it is so subtle.

If you’re around people who spend all they make, chances are excellent that you’ll spend all you make.

If you are around people who go to more ball games than concerts, chances are excellent that you’ll do the same thing.

If you are around people who don’t read, chances are excellent that you won’t read.

People can keep nudging us off course a little at a time until finally, we find ourselves asking,

“How did I get here?”

Those subtle influences need to be studied carefully if we really want our lives to turn out the way we’ve planned.

With regard to this important point, let me give you three key questions to ask yourself. They may help you to make better analyses of your current associations.

Here is the first question: “Who am I around?” Make a mental note of the people with whom you most often associate. You’ve got to evaluate everybody who is able to influence you in any way.

The second question is: “What are these associations doing to me?”

That’s a major question to ask. What have they got me doing?

What have they got me listening to?

What have they got me reading? Where have they got me going?

What do they have me thinking? How have they got me talking?

How have they got me feeling?

What have they got me saying?

You’ve got to make a serious study of how others are influencing you, both negatively and positively.

Here’s a final question: “Is that okay?”

Maybe everyone you associate with has been a positive, energizing influence.

Then again, maybe there are some bad apples in the bunch.

All I’m suggesting here is that you take a close and objective look.

Everything is worth a second look, especially the power of influence.

Both will take you somewhere, but only one will take you in the direction you need to go.

It’s easy to just dismiss the things that influence our lives.

One man says, “I live here, but I don’t think it matters. I’m around these people, but I don’t think it hurts.”

I would take another look at that.

Remember, everything matters!

Sure, some things matter more than others, but everything amounts to something.

You’ve got to keep checking to find out whether your associations are tipping the scales toward the positive or toward the negative.

Ignorance is never the best policy. Finding out is the best policy.

Perhaps you’ve heard the story of the little bird.

He had his wing over his eye and he was crying.

The owl said to the bird, “You are crying.”

“Yes,” said the little bird, and he pulled his wing away from his eye.

“Oh, I see,” said the owl. “You’re crying because the big bird pecked out your eye.”

And the little bird said, “No, I’m not crying because the big bird pecked out my eye.

I’m crying because I let him.”

It’s easy to let influence shape our lives, to let associations determine our direction, to let pressures overwhelm us, and to let tides take us.

The big question is, are we letting ourselves become what we wish to become?

Jim Rohn

To your success

Lene Jytte Hansen


18 May

Live Like Someone Left The Gate Open


LOVE the ENERGY and ATTITUDE in this picture!!!

That is what you should feel like, when you’ve found what YOU are PASSIONATE about doing with your life and business!

It’s the thing you can’t help doing, no matter if you are paid or not.

And it’s always based on LOVE.

YOU’LL definately know

when you find it!

Love to you

Lene Jytte Hansen

GREAT Expectations

18 May

Being helpful Bob Burg The Go-Giver


It’s OK to have GREAT expectations to your teammates!

It’ll HELP them GROW into The Successful Leaders YOU want them to be.



Lene Jytte Hansen

The Power of a Dream..

18 May

Making the first Circle Work


Had to share these BEAUTIFUL words from Randy Gage with you my friends.
It’s from his book “Making the First Circle work”

LOVE to you and


Lene Jytte Hansen

The Power of a Dream..

We talk a lot about dreams in our business.

This is necessary because it is our dream that will cause us to find the time to find the time, face the fear, and persevere through the chalenges.
You must be willing to fight for your dreams against the negative of the heard.

Reduce your time with the dream stealers.

Be the number one investor in your dream.

If you don’t invest in yourself, it’s propably a bad investment for anyone else.

Feed your dream on a daily basis.

Spend more on your selfdevelopment than you do at the coffee shop.

Build your own dream in stead of borrowing the dreams of others.

Feel it, taste it, smell it.

Build a dream so compelling it pulls you towards it in your consciousness.

Your dream need to be as big as you are.

And if you make it bigger, it makes you bigger.

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