I feel like a winner

… took 3-4 weeks before Jeanette Cates caught up to me, then Helen Raptoplous... but I got the bug. The bug of Ambition, competitiveness, the desire to win. Then I heard someone say "entrepreneurs must be competitive" and suddenly it made sense. You see, I grew up in a Holocaust survivor family in Hungary, and my parents, especially my mother, were against standing out, against being visible, against any competition. Maybe that's why when I won math competitions she didn't bother to congratulate …

Black Friday or how to get yourself into trouble

… marketers have it, and I have nothing. Where all the answers to my problems are out there, with those marketers, and if I don't get it, or even if I do, I am doomed. Not a pretty picture, is it? Now, if this had happened a year ago, I would have thought that it is personal. Because a year ago I was coaching a few people, but I wasn't in the position to see people, over time, 3-4 times a week, with their moods, with their Ambitions and trials and tribulations. Now, I am. And what I am seeing is …

Gratitude, Ambition, Competitiveness, Success.

… I am now of the firm belief that I need to become big, give all I got, become the best and most I can become, that is the way I can help the most people. And I now trust that the newfound Ambition and competitiveness will help me through all the stopping points, all the sticking points, all the "walls" I have been stopped by: you need a lot of energy to accomplish anything meaningful. Giving up being a helper/rescuer is giving me enough energy for that. …