I’ve been reading all sorts of literature dealing with finances and success, for the class I’m taking and one of the books I like most, is Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker. I’ve realized so many principles and character flaws that I’ve had up until now, which have hindered my success in reaching my full potential. I’m destined and plan to become a multi-millionaire, reaching my first million by 2012. I’ve grown and learned how to manage my money, grow my business, and make investments wisely. One of my motivations for success is to share what I learn freely, so that others may gain these principles. So to help you get started in becoming successful in whatever you set your hand to, check out some of my former posts on Goal Setting and Pacesetting Leadership and add to them these simple principles for defining your motivation…
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Love it or hate it, I re-designed the Chosen Development website. I was growing tired of the Organic theme that I had developed for it originally. Though it was highly creative, it was too busy. I decided to go with a simple layout, color scheme and dark style. This a typical style for me, but I’m proud of that. Chosen development consists mostly of the work of myself and Shane who loves the new design also. I’ve also integrated our new Creative Brief Interview so that we can automate the initial research and gathering phase.
There are a ton of Wordpress Themes on the web, wanting to grab your attention and be on the cutting edge, unique, and trendy. I’ve developed a few of my own themes over time, some of which are unique and are highly creative, others which are basic and a good starting point to build on. After doing a bit of searching I’ve put together a roundup of the most creative wordpress themes that are also still very different, unique and hopefully not so popular that you’ll ever see anyone else with the same theme.
Learning keyboard shortcuts helps you improve efficiency and performance in any almost any program. I find this especially true for Photoshop since much of the design process is done with a mouse, it helps to train the other hand to use shortcuts and type in small amounts. In posting this, I hope to reference it myself to memorize and learn these shortcuts, and hopefully others will bookmark and reference this page as well.