So you want to embark on a personal development journey or maybe you already have started your journey already. You know what you want in your life and this is the first step. However, on your journey to success, you’ll encounter some opinions along the way and you need to be ready to deal with […]
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2016-04-11
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2016-04-09
What do you want in your life and in your business? Some people think they know what they want but they really have no idea. They are aimlessly drifting toward nothingness.
They are at the mercy of circumstance!
The truth is that if you don’t know what you want, you just won’t get it. You need to be very specific about what you want in your life. You don’t want to be to generic of vague about your goals and ambitions either. If you want to be rich for example; there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.
In this day an age, we tend to expect things to be done for us. Especially with the never ending technology that we have at our finger tips, we sometimes expect everything to be ready to enjoy when we want it.
In the case of success however, it’s not as simple as pressing a button. There are no easy button when it comes to your long term success.
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2016-04-01
It’s so easy to find excuses when you’re actually looking for them. I’m very honest about this because I’ve been a master at finding excuses for a very long time until I met one of my mentors Desmond Soon who inspired me to always find a way out of no way! But from time to time I find myself going back to my old ways of not only finding excuses but justifying them.
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2016-03-26
It’s never too late to create success in your life. I’ve come to realize that people seam to have somewhat of a block in their minds when it comes to realizing their dreams.
This video explains how we sometimes use time as a road block in reaching our long term goals and ambitions.
Time never stops and as long as you are alive, you should always be moving toward your passion in life.
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2016-03-25
Don’t leave this world with your dreams unrealized, don’t die with your full potential untapped! This video is so important because life is so short.
People tend to take life for granted and assume that they have all the time in the world to take action towards accomplishing and realizing their dreams.
You could say I’ve earned a few badges and I could very well be crowned King of mistakes. But than again, you’re probably worthy of such a crown yourself and I’ll be glad to share it with you.
I also must tell you, it’s been a challenge at times. Let’s face it; mistakes can really hit you hard and they often leave a residue in your life that seems to stick around for ever. This residue for me was the fear of making mistakes.
It had become so bad that I was not taking action at all and when I was taking action; it was not an all in effort but a try. When you say to yourself you are gonna try to do something, what you are actually telling your subconscious is this. I’m taking action but if anything goes wrong and things don’t work out right away…I’m bailing out!
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2016-01-31
The Journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step” -Lao Tzu This quote is one of the most powerful tools I have used to build my own success. It’s been the foundation on where I establish my own right to be successful. Because it’s so simple as an empowering quote, it is often underestimated.
When you understand the true meaning of it, your life will begin to change and you will take the first step towards achieving your goals.
How to Use YouTube Video Marketing Bloopers to Help New Video Bloggers Overcome Fear of Making Mistakes
Posted by Stephane Lacroix on 2015-12-05
Shooting YouTube video is a great way to build your brand and Video marketing is a great way to share your message with the world. Use your mistakes to teach new marketers that it’s okay to make mistake and that you don’t have to be afraid to shoot videos.
Help others overcome the fear of public speaking by showing them that everyone makes mistakes and that practice makes perfect.