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April 2, 2018

Just as a compass provides direction towards a destination, a goal provides a compass towards achievement.

Ask any successful person how they achieved their success. They first required a goal, a vision, something they could ferociously invest their all in.

Facebook started out as a goal. Apple started as a passionate vision. The civil rights movement manifested from a deep desire for the oppressed have the opportunity to one da...

September 17, 2017

Upon graduating from one of Australia’s top universities, I was ready to take on the world and begin my career journey.

I had lots of plans during the final weeks of my studies and couldn’t wait to step into the marketplace, coupled with the fact that I was offered a job at a tech start up.

But I was in for a shocking reality check.

An article from ABC news reported that from 2008 to 2014, the graduate employment rate dropped fro...

July 19, 2017

Earl Nightingale once said that most people want to be more successful, but only 1% ever achieve massive success in life. 

While success is different for different people, there is no denying that success involves doing what you want, when you want, with whom you want.  Now, no one can do what they want, when they want, with whom they want all of the time, but it can be easily argued that out of two people, the person who is a...

April 25, 2017

We are surrounded by success. Thousands of posts about success flood our social media every day. Billionaires of multinational conglomerates are seemingly always in the news. And they make success look so easy.

If success is that easy, why does it feel so hard to achieve.

The truth is that the real secret begins with you and your mindset.

Belief is the most powerful catalyst for change, and if you don’t believe in yourself or wha...

January 2, 2017

As we begin another year, most of us have already made our New Year resolutions. Some have set out detailed goals and planned the year ahead on how it will all happen. All of it has been based on how you think about success. Have you thought about how you think about success? I mean really, deeply, think about what success means to you?

Was 2016 a successful year for you? Do you feel you accomplished what you set out for? What...

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