Madelyn Griffith-Haynie explores the various and many ‘Recipes for Success’ on Youtube, blogging etc.. All the ingredients are different with some far out there preparation methods guaranteed to make you mind sharp and your body superhuman. We all have our own definition of success… when young it is usually the expectations of others that form our initial ambitions, parents, teachers etc.. at my end of the spectrum.. I have found that however successful I am deemed to be, if there is not a strong element of happiness, enthusiasm and excitement to keep doing it.. it is success in name only.. Madelyn would love you hear your views on the subject so please head over.
Different Strokes for Different Folks
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from theCoaching Series
MY way is not the only highway
Hopping around the ‘net hoping to find the beginning markers of the yellow-brick-road to massive success, life-satisfaction and ultimate happiness?
How many of the gurus below have YOU tripped across?
If you are not meeting with much success by following any of them, maybe what I have to say in the second half of the article below might make some sense.
YouTube Gurus spill their guts
I’ve been arguing with YouTube again — this time with the so-called “Success” Gurus.
I’ve been listening to their lectures, TED talks, keynote speeches, and all kinds of interviews with an impressive line-up of fabulously successful guests — and it ALL sounded good at the time.
- Locate your motivation for massive action.
- Never give up — Do…
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