“SUCCESS AND YOU BY JOHN KEHOE” This month’s Book-Of-The-Month is going to motivate you to seek success on your daily activicties. Many people still wonder how can others achieve so much while they can’t or why are they in the same place everyday? How can my co-worker get promoted, and I am still here? How can my classmate have such wonderful grades ? If I study also. It is a vast list of questions that we frequently ask our selves, but aren’t you tired of always seeking for excuses and just seeing others achieve while you are still there? If your answer is yes, fortunately you are extactly in the right place and this book will be great for you. “How many success stories do you need to hear before you start writing your  own ? ” The first key thing

Why We Do What We Do, by Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins is an American motivational speaker, personal finance instructor, and self-help author. He became well known from his infomercials and self-help books: Unlimited Power, Unleash the Power Within and Awaken the Giant Within.  In 2007, he was named in Forbes magazine’s “Celebrity 100” list. Forbes estimated that Robbins earned approximately US$30 million in that year and now you have the pleasure to learn from one of the most influential coaches on personal development in the world! The point of this talk is to understand what role emotion plays in our life and how it can influence our results. The other key point is around the six human needs of which two of them, the need for growth and contribution, can lead to human fulfilment more than anything else. It is time to finally understand ”Why we do what we do!”

Procrastinate On Purpose

What? A page that is supposed to inspire and motivate me to achieve massive success is persuading me to procrastinate? Yes, and you will never be able to massive productivity if you don’t master the technique of knowing what to procrastinate. The only difference between the average person and the most successful people on earth when it comes to the number of accomplishments are not related to their physical appearance, academic level, fortune, nationality, religion, neither IQ. It all lies on the ability of these successful individuals to use their time efficiently in order to get done a greater amount of tasks possible between a specific period. Usually we hear successful people saying that they don’t procrastinate. What they mean is that they don’t put for tomorrow things that are supposed to be done today. And what about the less