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Ten Steps to Success In Anything

Ten Steps to Success In Anything

Monday, March 12, 2012 ยท 6 Comments

By Allen Loomis
It does not matter how big your goal or dream is, this ten step guide will enable you to achieve success in anything. Have you ever wondered if there was something more you should be doing…

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70 Scrum Master Theses

Sprint Planning The third set of the scrum master theses covers the sprint planning: It used to be that a product owner would explain high-value user stories in a product backlog to the scrum team during sprint planning. The team would then turn these into more detailed user stories, and estimate…

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5 alternatives to try when traditional goal-setting methods don’t work

Working toward a goal often involves changing your habits. This is a very hard thing to do. Because of the struggle, many of us get discouraged and give up altogether when we consistently fall short. If this sounds like you, you might want to try adopting a “mantra” rather than a resolution. Entrepreneur Reshma Chamberlin tried this approach when she found herself stretched too thin, and decided that she needed a yearly “anchor” on which to center her efforts.

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‘Upgrade’ Is Like ‘Taken’ Mixed With ‘RoboCop’ Mixed With ‘Ex Machina’

Three things you need to know: (1) Upgrade, which opened wide on Friday, is about a man who gets a supremely sophisticated computer chip installed into his spine after he becomes a quadriplegic. (2) The chip works in conjunction with the man’s brain, allowing him to move his arms and legs again….

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Selena Soo’s One Best Question

Selena Soo helps people connect to influencers, and as a marketing and publicity strategist, she knows the value of relationships. In this interview, Selena poses a question that draws on those very relationships in order to reach one’s goal. Listen in now, or bookmark it here to listen to later. And don’t forget to rate it on iTunes.

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Running Simple, Effective Sales One-on-Ones

If you’ve been on the internet in the last few quarters you’ve probably noticed that sales coaching is back. Yes it is back. And of course we at Ambition are thrilled. But sales coaching isn’t just buying a tool to listen to calls to highlight poor phrase choices or using a product to send emails that get opened more often.

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Never Sacrifice Your Happiness For Success

Never sacrifice your happiness for success. Happiness and success are two very different things. I’m not saying that we don’t need goals to motivate and inspire us to take action, but the achievement of our goals is not the only thing that determines our happiness. We have been conditioned to believe that external things are responsible for creating our happiness, but this illusion of happiness is far from true.

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32 Favorite Books of High Achievers

Inspiration, escape, and ideas for self-improvement often come in the form of a good book. Here are the top picks of more than two dozen high-achieving executives. “[E]very single piece of advice she gives is infused with honesty–simple, sometimes brutal, and thoroughly empathetic honesty. It’s an inspiring model for how each of us should endeavor to communicate in our own lives.

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