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YOUR SUCCESS PSYCHOLOGIST

"Don't focus upon the rewards of success. Look at success as a process — the ability to obtain a winning outcome."

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“Don’t focus upon the rewards of success. Look at success as a process — the ability to obtain a winning outcome.”

"Success does not just happen — it requires you to work at developing action, behavior, and throughts that cause a favorable outcome to occur."

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“Success does not just happen — it requires you to work at developing action, behavior, and throughts that cause a favorable outcome to occur.”

"Successful people understand the public side of success and the need to be "on stage.""

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“Successful people understand the public side of success and the need to be “on stage.””

"The fear of success keeps you marching in place, rooted in your comfort zone."

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“The fear of success keeps you marching in place, rooted in your comfort zone.”

"Fears can be controlled or eliminated."

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“Fears can be controlled or eliminated.”
"Even those who attain superstardom can hold fears of success."
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“Even those who attain superstardom can hold fears of success.”

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Are You A Slacker?

Workplace slackers can be found in all types of businesses, organizations and industries. They put forth minimal effort and barely earn the salaries they collect each payday. Their poor work attitudes and behaviors are contagious, causing colleagues to resent being the only employees working hard so, before you know it, ...
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Dread Mother’s Day because you have a rocky or nonexistent relationship with your kids? Don’t fret ― you have plenty of company! Many Moms feel this way. But don’t waste emotional energy dwelling on what your children aren’t doing to honor your special day. Make the day special yourself! Do ...
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Disorganization Can Destroy Your Practice

Excellent practitioners can see their practices go down the drain because they are disorganized. Their patients love them, but simply have to move on when it becomes clear that the business side of the practice is a mess. Practitioners with no administrative staff are especially vulnerable since they have to ...
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Conventions are a great opportunity to combine professional development with vacation. Popular destinations abound, making it possible for you to stay current with the latest information in your field while enjoying fun recreation too. But don’t just “attend.” Participate in activities with a purpose, and be strategic about the people ...
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Prepare For Public Speaking

Jumpstart your practice marketing by ramping up your public speaking schedule. As a professional, your expertise is in high demand and organizations are eager to hear what you have to say. Many practitioners avoid these engagements like the plague, but get over it! Professional speaking is a lucrative boost to ...
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