I am a CHAMPION!

I will conquer what has not been conquered, defeat will not be in my creed,

I will believe what others have doubted,

I will always endeavor the prestige, honor, and respect of my team,

I have trained my mind and my body will follow,

Who am I?

I am a CHAMPION!

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Profits Are Better Than Wages by Jim Rohn




My mentor, when I was 25 years old, dropped a phrase on me that changed my life forever when he said, “Profits are better than wages. Wages will make you a living. Profits can make you a fortune.”


You know it is a bit difficult to get rich on wages, but anybody can get rich on profits. Profits change your whole attitude, even if you start part time—whether it’s part time on your entrepreneurial business, network marketing company or service business.

It can be a landscape business in the summer or hanging Christmas lights in the winter. It can be training, consulting or tutoring. It can be your hobby, such as painting, writing, crafts, woodworking, computers or cooking. But once you start investing even part-time effort into your own business, you will find how much more exciting it is to get up in the morning and go to work on your fortune, even if you’re only spending a few hours a week doing it. 

      
How empowering it is to be able to go to work on your fortune every day rather than going to work to pay the rent. Now it is noble to go to work to pay the rent, but if you could also parcel out part of your time, go to work to make your fortune. Your whole attitude changes. Your spirit changes. It is in your voice. It is in your face. It is in your gestures. And then you can say, “I am now working full time on my job and part time on my fortune because I found a way to make profits.” Wow!

And I will know what you mean.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Season Greetings - HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Winners Boulevard wishes you all, Healthy, Comfort and prosperity this holiday season.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

10 Things Aspiring Entrepreneurs Should Do. by Paul Z. Pilzer



Ø  Look for problems. “Just pick up any newspaper or watch any news program and you will see how many problems need to be solved. Finding problems to solve are the business opportunities for entrepreneurs. Our past and future success lies in human ingenuity.”

Ø  Become a leader in your field. “Accumulate knowledge. Pick an industry, focus on it and master it.”

Ø  Build your network. “Become recognized in your industry as someone who is good at what they do. Build a solid reputation for expertise.”

Ø  Schedule your time. “Don’t waste your 168 hours in a week, schedule them. I schedule my time intensely.”

Ø  Notice what could be improved. “Businesses become rich because they find a way to serve others better.”

Ø  Stay wide open in your thinking. “When you’re 18, your world is wide open. But as each year passes, one more nail goes into the coffin, killing your dreams and inspirations. And by the time you reach 25, you’ve been beaten down and become a realist. And my advice is you can’t let these things get you down.”

Ø  Hone your entrepreneurial instincts to make the world better. “We have to take responsibility for making the world a better place, and when we do, we’ll create our own opportunities. All my businesses started the same way: I got rich by improving the world and making a lot of people happier in the process.”

Ø  Deal with the slaps. “Rebel against rejection. You can go out into the world and do anything you want.”

Ø  Exhaust your existing skills. “Utilize all of your existing skills—what you know and who you know.”

Ø  Communicate well. “Becoming a successful entrepreneur starts with accumulating knowledge about many topics. First you have to work on your generic skills: reading, writing and basic math. If you cannot communicate effectively with people, you are in trouble.”

As we assimilate the events that led to the great crash of 2008, as well as where we are now, it’s clear there is no better time to step up and be the entrepreneur or intrapreneur who has enough vision and courage to give consumers what they really want: innovation. How do you do this? Consider these strategies:

Master your industry. Learn as much as you can about your industry. As you learn more, your functional skills will improve and you will build a network, adding value to your new idea.

Fix the world. Notice the problems your customers have and fix them in a new way or in a less expensive way than your competitors.

Focus on the solution. Instead of focusing on the struggling economy, focus on ingenuity. How can you separate yourself from the crowd?

Hold on to your dream. Don’t let past failures or dire economic forecasts make you a pessimist. Keep your youthful dreams alive and create your own opportunities.
From Entrepreneurs, Start your engines. Article

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

KEYS TO FINDING YOUR GENIUS by Jim Rohn


Change Your Beliefs. It is up to you to do the work of changing your beliefs. And when you do you will be opening up new worlds - literally! This month Chris is going to talk about winning the thought battle, which will help you keep negative beliefs out and positive beliefs and thoughts in. Feed your mind with information that will change your belief. But also ask yourself if you are doing that with belief. The truth is that you have an amazing mind with a capacity for learning that is beyond your comprehension. You must believe this. And when you do, you will be unlocking the potential of your mind!


Get the Right Knowledge. Words--if they are not true--are meaningless. I hear children say, "I read it in a book." But is it true? Just because someone says it or writes it, doesn't mean it is true. As learners, we want to get the right knowledge, not just information or opinions. It is our job to seek out information and knowledge and then test it and run it through our minds to see if it is true, and if it can be rightfully applied to our lives in order to make them better and help us succeed. We need to weigh and measure what we learn in order to gain the right knowledge. And when we do, we will be unlocking the potential of our mind!
               
               
               


Become Passionate about Learning. This will take some work, but the only way to do it is to begin learning about things that have an immediate impact in your life. When you learn about a new financial concept that helps you earn money or get out of debt, that will get you fired up. When you learn about a way to communicate that helps you sell more product, that will energize you. When you learn about how to interact with your family in a healthy way and your relationships get better, that will inspire you! Become passionate about learning. And when you do, you will be unlocking the potential of your mind!

Discipline Yourself Through the Hard Work of Study. Learning will take work. Until someone comes up with modules that can plug into your mind and give you instant access to knowledge, you are on your own, and that takes work. The process of learning is a long one. Yes, we can speed it up, but it is still a process of reading, listening, reviewing, repetition, applying the knowledge, experiencing the outcomes, readjusting, etc. Simply put, that takes time. Slowly but surely, when you discipline yourself, you gain knowledge and learn. And when you do, you will be unlocking the potential of your mind!

Learning is possible, no matter what your age. You are never too young or too old. Your mind was created to learn and has a huge capacity to do so. This week, make a commitment to unlock the potential of your mind!

Until next week, let's do something remarkable!

Nitwangie 0784475576/ 0716927070 au barua pepe, winnerssreet@gmail.com 

Monday, June 18, 2012

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

This I believe


Seeds of Greatness - This I Believe.

I believe in myself.

I believe that all people have the equal right to become all they are willing and able to become.


I believe that I am as good as anyone in the world. Although I may never be on the cover of Time or People magazine, I still have time to be one of the people who make a really positive difference in the world.


I believe that although I may not be the best looking in the group, I'll always be looking my best in every group!


I believe in this and the next generation, and believe we'll build a better nation.


I believe that good health means more than wealth.


I believe in caring and sharing, rather than comparing.


I believe of all the people I see, still I'd rather be me!

By Dennis Waitley 


Drop me a line at brwebangira@gmail.com or a call @ 0784475576. 

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Multiple Skills for the 21st Century. by JR

Multiple Skills for the 21st Century.I believe that in the 21st century it is so important to have multiple skills. But what I also find is that if you have an entrepreneurial business (or plan to in the future), you can gain the needed skills for the future while you create your income now.

Here's my short list for on-the-job training, so that you can learn while you earn.

SalesI began my journey with sales, which, of course, dynamically changed my life at age 25. The first year I multiplied my income by five. Being raised in farm country, I knew how to milk cows, but it didn't pay well. Sales altered the course of my life, where I learned to present a valid product in the marketplace, talk about its virtues and get somebody to say "Yes." Then give them good service.

 RecruitingThen came recruiting, how to expand my business and build an organization. We have all heard the question, is it better to have one person selling a $1,000 or have 100 people selling $10? If you ask me, I'll take the 100 at $10. Once mastered, recruiting, the ability to multiply your efforts, is one of life's and leadership's greatest time-management resources.

 OrganizingThen I learned organizing. Keeping your own schedule can be difficult at times, but now you have to balance multiple tasks and people to get maximum results. You will find that the payoff is massive once you have tapped into the synergy and momentum of group dynamics and teamwork.

 PromotionNext is promotion. First it's the spring campaign and then the fall campaign, and then it's this month's objective's campaign. You never know when it's going to click for someone to want or need to buy from you or be a part of what you are doing, so having the offer or the special or the contest going when they're ready can make all the difference.



 RecognitionThen it's the recognition. Some people work harder for recognition than they do for money. It's the chance to belong. It's getting people to do something that, ordinarily on their own, they wouldn't think of doing. They could, but they don't think of it. You come along with a little promotion for this month or this quarter and everything changes for them, and I found that paid big money.

 CommunicationThen I learned communication. How to do the training, how to do the teaching, and probably the greatest gift of all is learning how to inspire with words. Inspire people to see themselves better than they are with all of those gifts, all of those skills. Be the voice that tells them they have made a wise decision and here's why.

 Now, I believe with just this little short list I've given you, you'll be equipped. We've all watched what has happened the last 15 years. The guy had one skill; the company downsizes. His division is eliminated and since he only had one skill, now he is vulnerable. He's wandering around saying, "Oh my, the last few years I should have taken some classes that would have taught me a couple of more things and I wouldn't be here in this vulnerable position."

 So my admonition: Learn some multiple skills, or should we say, backup skills for the 21st century, and no better place to learn them than in what you're already doing now.
By Jim Rohn. 

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