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Develop a Growth Mindset & Do Everything Better!

When deciding what new habit to pursue, it’s easy to look at all the things we shouldn’t do as a place to begin. We want to stop smoking or stress eating. We want to learn how to say ‘no’ or to quit spending so much time on social media. Have […]

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What does success mean to you?

I get this question a lot given the name of my business (Alphadog Success). But it’s also something that I make sure to ask every person I speak with when working in a coaching or mentorship role. In everything I do, success is my goal. The word, “success,” holds special […]

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3 Reasons Your First Step Is Essential for Success

FIrst Step Essential to Success

”A real decision is measured by the fact that you’ve taken a new action. If there’s no action, you haven’t truly decided.” – Tony Robbins. For some reason, many people believe they can simply coast through life and still end up successful. They envision success, maybe even meditate on it, but never take […]

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You Are Not Perfect the Way You Are

You are NOT perfect...Just the way you are

There are many songs telling you you’re perfect just the way you are. There are also many self-help books telling you that there’s really nothing to change. Lastly, there is definitely no shortage of motivational speakers or “coaches” who tell you, “You are perfect exactly as you are.” You need […]

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Your Past Mistakes Don’t Have To Define You

You Past Mistakes Don't Define You

I can’t even tell you how many people I come across who say, “I’m a failure”. “I don’t have it”. “I suck”. Life sucks. The rich get richer, the poor get poorer. Every single year, I get poor. I’m stuck. These people are not low IQ individuals, per se. They’re […]

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Successful People Aim To Fail Quickly

Fail Fast to Succeed Faster

You may have read the article title and did a double take. You’re probably thinking to yourself, “Why in the world would somebody want to fail quickly?” “Isn’t failure something we’re supposed to avoid?” “Isn’t it something we’re supposed to run away from?” “Isn’t it a mark of embarrassment or […]

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