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Now that I have your attention I would like to talk about the difference between what floats men and women's boats
I have this theory that women don't have enough passion in their life (and I'm not talking about the bedroom). When men are boys they have passion for their mates, footy, cricket, BMX bikes, motorbikes, surfing, you name it, they have a passion for it. When women are girls they have Barbie, horses, netball etc.
As we all grow up, traditionally for men, their passions stay the same and they add girls, yippee. Girls on the other hand traditionally drop their passion and boys become their main focus, and this doesn't change. Boys integrate girls into their lives, girls make boys their life. When a relationship fails boys still have their passions, girls have to find a new passion, until the next guy comes along.
Develop your personal branding charisma and up your own star power
Bill Clinton has it. So do Michelle Obama, Sharon Stone, George Clooney and Cesar Milan, The Dog Whisperer.
You don't have to be six feet tall or have a trail of paparazzi following you to exude that "certain something", that magnetic charm and appeal that draw people to you like bees to honey (or in Cesar's case, dogs of all shapes and sizes).
Why is it that some people draw others to them effortlessly and have a natural, easy way about them?
Yes, they probably have superior communication skills and project calmness, confidence and authenticity. But charisma is not just the luck of the genetic draw, it is definitely something that can be learned and put into practice.
Not only did the New Orleans Saints win the 44th Super Bowl to become World Champions, whey won the hearts and minds of a nation rallying for the comeback of one of the world's most beloved cities
To the surprise of millions, but not to their long-suffering and loyal fans, this team and the city they call home overcame every kind of adversity imaginable to hoist the Lombardi trophy and earn the admiration of their fans.
There are a few things we can learn from the New Orleans Saints, and their head coach, Sean Payton, about success. It takes a lot more than a handful of great players and months of drills to create a winning team like the Saints.
Everyone, At Some Point In His Or Her Life, Has Dreamed Of Being Somebody Special, Somebody Big
Who hasn't fantasised about being the one who hits the game-winning goal? Who hasn't dreamed of being the beauty queen? And how many times have we dreamed of being rich, or successful, or happy with our relationships?
Often, we dream big dreams and have great aspirations. Unfortunately, our dreams remain just that, dreams. And our aspirations easily collect dust in our attic.
Stop Your Drama: How to Avoid the Guilt Trip Trap
Nothing creates more drama for women than committing to do something they don’t want to do or don’t have time to do. From a recent survey of 177 women I found out that women juggle way too many responsibilities, wish they had more time for themselves, want more balance and still feel guilty for all the things they aren’t getting done. Yet, these same women continue to make commitments to things for which they feel very little energy or passion.