It is not failing it is a learning experiance

by Anastacio Castillo Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
  Starting a new adventure is always breathtaking and makes your heart race. You have to be ready to take that leap. If you wait for the opportunity it will never arrive.   It is the hardest thing you will ever do is to start something new, without knowing the outcome. With faith on your side and with some kind of guidence like The SFM. Anything is possible.   If you wqait for something to happen. You will probably will still be ...
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You Become What You Think About

by Sergei VanBellinghen Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
Indeed, you become what you think about. The human mind is the last great unexplored continent on earth. It contains untapped riches beyond your wildest dreams. And it returns anything you want to plant. But this brainpower is often unused because people take it for granted. Yet it is a free gift! Why do so many of us often forget the free ability of our mind? How can you discover its concealed riches? And why your day-to-day thoughts are so important? Well, ...
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3 Useful Lessons You Will Learn As An Entrepreneur While Running A Marathon

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Recreation and Sports, Reference and Education
An entrepreneur while running a marathon is a highly efficient brainstorming machine The surprise you will experience as an entrepreneur while running a marathon is something you can’t explain with words. Why? ….might be your immediate question. David Schnurman describes in his article the 5 lessons he learned as an entrepreneur while running a marathon. They are all valid and how he makes the description shows clearly that he actually run the marathon. While running a half marathon two days ago, all ingredients to ...
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Finding the Right GPS Watch for You - Part 2

by James Pool Computers and Technology, Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
GPS watches, fitness watches, smart watches, activity trackers...when it comes time to consider getting into the wearable technology market for your outdoor pursuits it's a crazy and confusing world. In Part 1 of this blog series, I laid a foundation for evaluating watches that considered practical elements such as comfort and size in equal measure with specific features. In this installment, I will look further into the features themselves and the major categories of wrist-worn devices as defined by those ...
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Why Thinking Big Is Such A Great Deal

by Sergei VanBellinghen Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Finance, Health and Fitness, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
A lot of people misinterpret why thinking big is such a great deal. They rather settle for less than more. Yet, greatness and extraordinary results stand for gigantic desires. Pursuing an existence regardless of the odds is the greatest life you can possibly live. So, to be great, you have to think big. What is the sense to have just an ordinary life? Are you questioning what is widely believed? Do you have the guts to shake up the conventional? Can ...
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Not Music to My Ears

by James Pool Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports
I love music as much as the next guy, probably more. When I got my first job I saved up all my summer wages and bought a serious stereo system, carefully selecting each component and leaving enough for beautiful, enormous floor speakers with real wood cabinets. For years I built an album collection that got me through college and girlfriends and road-trips and depression, and I'll be the first to admit I played the Cars first album at window-rattling decibels ...
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Keep Your Eyes On Your Goal

by Sergei VanBellinghen Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Pets, Reference and Education
When you try to achieve something great in life, you always need to keep your eyes on your goal, working with the end in mind. Most people focus on the path and pursue only that, which is one of the things that make them stumble. Everything in life starts with an objective. So identify that first. Do you know what your end goal is? How do you become yourself instead of just trying to mimic or be someone else? What is ...
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Earn Money From Your Passion

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Gaming, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Finance, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Investing, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Book Reviews, Communications, Home and Family
Everyone of us was born with intrinsic gifts, talents and abilities, however many have not been able to fully use and benefit from those gifts and talents. There are many people who are very gifted in writing, in music, art, creative designs, life coaching and mentoring etc. Despite those apparent gifts, not many people have been able to bridge the gap between using their gifts and also benefiting from those. I remember at one time when we were young, my ...
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3 Key Success Factors For Marathoners And Entrepreneurs

by Jan Olof Nilsson Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
How marathoners and entrepreneurs are tied together by some fundamental characteristics and habits Not before running my first marathon race ever back in 2009, it became clear to me what are the components typical marathoners and entrepreneurs are sharing. It’s not enough to be a happy runner searching for fitness to understand what it means to run a marathon. Put on your sneakers and go out for a run when you “feel for it,” is like going to work on a random ...
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Finding the Right GPS Watch for You- Part 1

by James Pool Computers and Technology, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports
When I was hatching Adventurebabble one of the first things I thought about exploring was the confusing process of selecting a GPS or multi-function watch for outdoor adventuring. Why? Because I talk with people all day about these gadgets and know first hand how lost most people are when it comes to choosing the best device for their needs. Considering that the price tag on some of this wrist gear can travel north of $800, being confused and perhaps ignorant is ...
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Embrace The Beauty of Life

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Communications, Food and Drink, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Reference and Education, Shopping and Product Reviews, Writing and Speaking
If you can read this Blog, if your eyes can see this message, then You Are Alive. You know what, as long as you are still breathing You can still make it, you can Win. You are destined for greatness! Let me tell you something I have learnt over the past 30 years of living: No one is more destined for that great life but You. Yes, I mean You. I learnt that all greatness is in each and everyone of us. ...
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How to Start an Online Business Around Your Passion

by Jan Olof Nilsson Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Recreation and Sports, Reference and Education
There is a strong reason why you should start your online business around your passion and not the other way around After more than 30 years in the corporate world something strange, I would even use the word unusual, happened to my life. It was time to turn the page and do something completely different in life. Probably many people in my surroundings thought that something had gone wrong in my head. A successful career, good earning and not too long until retirement ...
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How To Be A Champion In Life

by Sergei VanBellinghen Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
There is no known shortcut on how to be a champion in life. Winning has very little to do with luck or chance but rather with the end result of all the work you put in. So, to have the heart of a winner, you need the dedication of one who knows what he wants and what he has to do to achieve it. Can you dedicate yourself each day to your dream? Could you believe in something so much that ...
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The Value of Vulnerability

by Dermot Mc Donough Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
I am a member of "Six Figure Mentors" and part of my learning is to do a "90 Day Video Challenge". This involves talking about my day, my experiences and about how I am feeling and just being totally honest and open, or least trying to be. Although these videos are shared with the rest of the 90 Day group, the main purpose of them is for your own self development, they are not always viewed by other people. These videos ...
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What a victory

by Dermot Mc Donough Gaming, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Writing and Speaking
I'm not a sports commentator or avid fan ,I am an aspiring affiliate online marketer, but I am so proud of the Irish team winning the Grand Slam 2018. Not because the final game was against the old nemesis, but beating England on their own turf and on St Paddy's Day has an extra sting in the tail, but just the whole inspirational  journey of the 6 Nations 2018 & I'm Irish. (Sorry England) A good number of Ireland's first team where ...
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Three simple ways to create a more fulfilling life

by Maddy Lawrence Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
I bring good news! If you are really busy (and let's face it, most of us are) you don’t need to change your life that much in order to start living it in a more fulfilling way.  Simple things can make a big difference. Here are three suggestions as to how you can start living a more fulfilling life now, just one small step at a time: 1.       Keep a gratitude journal.  Get yourself a journal that looks nice, feels nice and is ...
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The Benefits of Travel - Mind, Body, & Business

by Digital Bloggers Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Reference and Education
Are you feeling some wanderlust lately? That’s a good thing, and not only because traveling is fun.Traveling is wonderful in so many ways. In fact, it offers a ton of benefits to our well-being, including spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, and professional -- just to name a few.Sounds too good to be true? Here are several reasons why it’s about time you finally take that vacation you’ve been postponing for way too long. Traveling is good for the soul Most dedicated travelers will ...
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Time is Precious: Redeem It

by Roch Elias Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Home Improvement, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Time is valuable Time is of essence; it is one of the rarest and precious thing which when it is lost you can never get it back. If you want to know whether one is successful or not, look at how they are using their time. Time is a gift from God and it should be used wisely by spending it with your loved ones who are the people who matter most to you.  Demystifying the 'Time is Money' mantra In the recent ...
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Release your digital music with FFM Records

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Recreation and Sports, Book Reviews, Communications, Home and Family, Reference and Education
At FFM Records, we want to provide an opportunity for musicians to release their music commercially who would not normally have the option to do so. We are particularly interested in helping bands and artists from war torn areas, refugees and those whose musical material is politically oppressed in their country of origin. For example: Songs that celebrate LGBT issues. The process is very simple: You provide a good quality MP3Art work to feature in your release.Your musical story We then use our ...
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Be Mindful Woman !

by Aleksandra Middleton Relationships, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
Be Mindful Woman !   Mindfulness  - I am hearing more and more of this word.  What is it ? Important ? Do I need? Why would I need it ? ‘ Another cosmo new trend everybody gets too excited about ‘  – this is what I was thinking before I have tried it on myself and got really hooked by it.   Mindfulness is so simple and embraces idea of BEING HERE and NOW. That is it.   Why is it important ? – look around ...
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