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One of the most important books in my life, which made an impact on my thinking, was written by one of the greatest entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker – Jim Rohn. In 2009 December, he passed away (rest in peace Jim) leaving behind great wealth of his works and one of it is „The Five Major Pieces of the Life Puzzle. His philosophy was very simple, yet very effective and powerful.

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Have you ever wondered why is it so hard to do something even when you clearly know that‘s what you have to do? Instead you just sit on your computer and surf internet mindlessly, doing whatever comes to your mind but not the task you have to do. Don’t worry you are not alone there. It happend to all of us over and over again, because there there is something we didn‘t knew before or wasn‘t aware about ourselves. I would like to share with you a simple technique that could literally change you and the way you deal with lazyness.

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Success JournalWhat does it take to get to the top of your chosen field, industry or job? You would never know that if you haven’t written anything down. If you are really serious about becoming a wealthy, happy and successful person, than you have to keep a journal. But why do you need a personal journal? Well it’s simple. You can’t trust your memory. Keep a track of your progress. It’s an essential tool for success.

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HabitDo you have a habit, which you are not proud of? Or maybe you wanted to learn a new habit so you could perform, feel and live better life? If you ever tried to change or learn new habit, for example quite smoking or start exercising, you know how hard it is! It takes tremendous will-power, self-discipline and motivation to change it.  Why can‘t we change our habits with less pain and agony? Let me share with you my story and easy steps, which changed my habits.

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Achieve More by Doing Less

Living the 80/20 WayHave you ever heard about Pareto principle also known as 80/20 rule? It says that 80% of the effects comes from 20% of causes. This principle emerged as an observation of Pareto, that 80% of land in Italy was owned by 20% population. Then many more findings supports the same principle, but in different areas:

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He failed in business in 1831.

He was defeated for Legislature in 1832.

His second failure in business was in 1833.

He suffered a nervous breakdown in 1836.

He was defeated for Speaker in 1838.

He was defeated for Elector in 1840.

He was defeated for Congress in 1843.

Again, he was defeated for Congress in 1848.

He was defeated for Senate in 1855.

He was defeated for Vice President in 1856.

He was defeated for Senate in 1858.

He was elected as President of United States in 1860

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I couldn’t agree more! Really, this philosophy worth gold (make it diamond). If you have never failed then you don’t know the real taste of success. After many struggles when you finally “get it” and achieve some particular goal, you feel like it was worth those thousands failures.

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work” – Thomas A. Edison

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