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Thursday, July 18, 2013

An Out-Of-Control Force Is Influencing Your Behavior...

Have you spent years reading success-related books and articles, watching videos, attending workshops and seminars, and so on - filling your head full of all these valuable tricks, strategies, and systems that promise to make you successful, and yet...

Your life still isn't amazing?

Would you like to know why this is happening (Hint: There's an out-of-control force that is influencing your behaviors in small ways) and learn how to quickly fix it?

Well I just launched a new book that answers both of these questions, and I'd like to give you 2 FREE chapters to check out - no sign-ups or other requirements to get them.

Just click the link below and scroll 2/3 down the page to download your copy:

Thanks, and have a fantastic day!

Thursday, June 27, 2013

This Page Will Motivate You To Take Action!

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How To Get The Most From This LifeMap

Why Was This Map Created?

The amount of motivation you have to do anything is directly tied to the strength of your REASONS WHY you should do it. If your reasons are clear and emotionally compelling to you, you'll be motivated to take action.

This map helps you define and capture all your reasons for accomplishing a goal on a single page, which you can review anytime you need a boost to take action.

How To Use The Various Elements Of The Map

  • I'm motivated to... box - Use this box to write in the goal you want to accomplish - be specific.
  • The "" box - This box, with quotation marks on each side, is for writing in a quote that you find inspirational - something that you can read that will add fuel to your desire to act.
  • The picture box  - Place relevant, emotionally compelling pictures inside this box. This is one of the most important sections of the page, so put a little more effort into getting it right!
  • I want to achieve this because... - Use this section of the page to list specific, emotionally-charged reasons why you want to accomplish your goal.
  • I will get excited... - Define some simple triggers that activate in you excitement about your goal anytime you experience them.

Next Actions

Next Actions are practical suggestions for immediately putting this map to use:
  • Print the map
  • Complete the map by filling it with the appropriate content
  • Keep it somewhere visible - on your desk, on the wall, etc.
  • Review it several times a day, or anytime you need a boost to accomplish your goal.

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  • How will you use this map?

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

3 Reasons To Connect With Nature And 8 Ways To Do It

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Why Was This Map Created?

Jobs, TVs, movies, video games, shopping - these kinds of activities not only consume a huge part of most of our lives, but they often involve spending a considerable amount of time inside, away from the fresh air, sunshine and other healthy elements of nature.

This map gives you some simple strategies for getting back to nature, so you can enjoy the awesome benefits that go with it.

How To Use The Various Elements Of The Map

  • Why? - Here you'll find 3 reasons why connecting with nature is so great for your mental, emotional, and physical health.
  • When/How? - Here you'll find 8 ways of connecting with nature - depending on how much time you have available.
  • How To REALLY Connect - To get the full benefit of connecting with nature, you need to do more than just be in it. This box has 2 things to keep in mind anytime you find yourself in nature, so you can get the most from your experience.

Next Actions

Next Actions are practical suggestions for immediately putting this map to use:
  • Review the strategies on the map
  • Consider how often you connect with nature and what ideas on the map you plan on using
  • Print the map
  • Keep it somewhere visible
  • Review it several days to get familiar with the strategies it contains
  • Reference it when you have any free time on your hands

MAP CONTENT - Connect With Nature

Leave the indoors, go outdoors, and amazing things will happen to your mind and body 

To join, link, or fasten together; unite or bind
Plug into, meld with, get into 



It has health benefits 
Nature is all about soaking up the sunshine, breathing in fresh air, and walking around - all things that benefit your health.


It’s peaceful and feels good 
Stepping into nature allows you to temporarily ‘turn off’ the noise, lights, cars, TVs, phones, and other distractions that cause stress and drain you of energy - providing the peaceful environment you need in order to properly ‘recharge’ your mind and body.


It’s awesome! 
Nature is pure and simple awesomeness - from observing and interacting with animals, to the smell of a pine forest, to the sound of ocean waves... it all has a way of deeply affecting you like nothing else can!


In 1 Minute or Less 

  • Open your blinds and windows - let the fresh air and sunshine in 

In 1 Hour or Less 

  • Observe the landscape, birds, blowing leaves, clouds, or critters (if you have them) from your office window, porch, or balcony 
  • Walk around your neighborhood or a local park - enjoy a picnic 
  • Drive out in the country with the windows down 
  • Sit underneath the stars (with binoculars), or next to a river, lake or ocean and just soak in the experience! 

In 1 Day or Less 

  • Visit a state or national park and do some hiking, boating, kayaking, fishing, or general exploring 
  • Go to a zoo, aquarium, or botanical garden - stop and pay attention 

In 1 Weekend or Less 

  • Go camping, build a fire, enjoy eating a simple meal, and explore 

How To Really Connect 

  • Think about it - How amazing and beautiful it is, how it benefits you, how it makes you feel, how fun it is 
  • Use your senses - Pay attention to the colors/movement, smell flowers/grass, feel breeze/sun, listen to birds, waves, winds 
  • “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” - Albert Einstein 
  • “Nature is my medicine.” - Sara Moss-Wolfe

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  • What are some other great ideas for connecting with nature?