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  • 2). Developing A Killer Offensive Basketball Formation  By : Faisal Khetani
    So you wanna develop a killer offense? Well, before you start wearing out your chalk, take some time to critically evaluate your team. Sit down with yourself and honestly, truthfully evaluate your team. What are their strengths; what are their weaknesses? This is the first step to concocting your unstoppable offense. Without this evaluation process, you’ll be completely lost when it comes to optimizing and maximizing your team’s offensive production.
    Article Related to: basketball tips, drills, plays, coaching

  • 13). So you want to be a millionaire?  By : Duffy Rogan
    Who doesn't... I come across so many people that say "I'm going to make a million dollars in network marketing". I have conversations with people telling me how they're going to become millionaires. That's great I'll help you reach that goal every way I can. But you know what? Not everyone is going to make a million dollars in network marketing.
    Article Related to: mentoring, mlm, coaching, network marketing

  • 15). The Secret of Self-Esteem  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
    Have you ever thought about what really creates self-esteem? Having a deep sense of inner worth is important to all of us, but many people have some false beliefs about what creates confidence in our own merit as individuals. Some of the common false beliefs regarding what creates self-esteem are: * I will feel good about my self when I’m making $______(fill in the amount) a year.
    Article Related to: self esteem, confidence, coaching, personal growth, self improvement

  • 17). Being an Emotional Victim  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
    None of us like to think of ourselves as victims. The term "victim" brings to mind a pathetic image of a person who is powerless. Therefore, It comes as a shock to most of us to realize how often we allow ourselves to be emotional victims. Having counseled individuals, couples, families and business partners for 35 years, I know that many of us are victims much of the time without realizing it.
    Article Related to: communication, anger, self help, self improvement, coaching

  • 21). Fear of Intimacy  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
    Emotional intimacy is one of the most wonderful experiences we ever have. Nothing else really comes close to the experience of sharing our deepest thoughts and feelings with another, of being deeply seen and known, of sharing love, passion, laughter, joy, and/or creativity. The experience of intimacy fills our souls and takes away our loneliness. Why, then, would someone be afraid of intimacy? It is not actually the intimacy itself that people fear.
    Article Related to: intimacy, relationship, self improvement, self help, coaching

  • 23). Beauty, Gratitude, and the Open Heart  By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
    “…beauty on your earth is a shadow of the beauty of our heaven, and it’s a bitter thing to have a blindness for beauty on earth, for it makes a longer teaching to see the beauties of heaven.” Spoken by an Irish spirit in the book The Boy who Saw True (anonymous author). I have been counseling individuals, couples, families and business partners for the last 35 years, and am the author of eight published books.
    Article Related to: beauty, gratitude, thankfulness, self improvement, coaching

  • 24). The Meaning Of Life - In 25 Words Or Less  By : Patsi Krakoff, Psy. D.
    What is the meaning of life - and could you sum it up in 25 words? What if someone offered you $10,000 for your best description? The website is running such a contest, and while it may be a marketing ploy, it's an astute one. Who isn't intrigued by this question? Who hasn't struggled to figure out his or her true purpose? Like Arthur Dent in A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, we wish the meaning of life could be reduced to one simple solution: in his case, "42.
    Article Related to: life purpse, coaching, self help, self improvement

  • 25). What’s in a Word?  By : Sharon Marquart
    There is great power in the words we speak. Words create our reality! Are you affirming the negative by saying "don't forget" rather than "rememebr to..?" and are you tired of "trying" rather than "doing?" Sharon Marquart is a personal life coach and shares many thought provoking topics in the Living at Yes program.
    Article Related to: words, trying, choices, coaching, affirmations, language


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