Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Success Experiment – I Have to Work Really Hard for Success

There is one belief that is almost universal: If you want to have success, you have to work very, very hard. Duh, it’s so true, everyone knows that. The whole picture includes working long hours, depriving yourself from joy, staying … Continue reading

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The Success Experiment – I can’t have success

The first limiting belief I want to explore is a very simple but pernicious one. It is one that makes a person special in a negative way – and being special is something all artists crave deep within. It goes … Continue reading

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The Success Experiment

Today, I’m starting a new series here on the blog. Together we’ll explore at least a dozen typical blocks to success, from the perspective of a writer. And of course, I’ll give you some tapping pointers to work through each … Continue reading

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The Money Experiment – Final Thoughts

With this blog post, I’m ending the Money Experiment. It has been quite a journey. We looked at beliefs about money, about being rich, and we looked at the family system dynamics that can exist where money is concerned. And … Continue reading

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