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Brian Gosur
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Attended Henry Ford, Madona University
Lives in Canton MI.
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“You Are Here”

If you’ve ever been to a large shopping mall, you’ve probably looked at a map by the entrance, to figure out how to get to where you want to go. One thing that map always has is a large arrow pointing to one location, with “You Are Here” written above it.

A GPS system has something similar, with a marker to show where you are, and a route to where you want to go. (And GPS is usually accurate, except for those times when it directs you to a vacant lot or dead end street!)

Maps can be confusing, and if you don’t know where you’re starting from, you have no frame of reference to get where you want to go.

It’s the same with personal growth. To create a plan to be all we can be, we need to know who we are right now.

Take some time and make an honest evaluation of yourself, and where you want to be by the end of this year.

This is your, "You Are Here", marker. It;s your starting point, and from there you can map out a plan to get you to where you want to be.

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The world is full of promises that are not true. I have purchased many products that have claimed to do something and they didn’t fulfill the advertisers' promises.

I have had some people tell me they would do something and then they do not follow through on their word, time and time again. The unfortunate thing is this is far too common today.

It’s true that we have all fallen short and let others down at times. That doesn't make it right. We should decide to do what we say every time. When this becomes the norm in our lives, others can trust us and we can trust ourselves.

Do an honest evaluation today and ask yourself if you are trustworthy.

Are there any areas you need to improve?

Who and what do you put your trust in?

Are they the right people and the right things?

If you notice something that needs work, make a decision to do something immediately to change.

The key is to take action and make the change.

You’ll feel better about yourself and others will feel better about you too.
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Increase Your Creativity

1.  Spend time with creative people. Make a habit, both inside and outside of work, of spending time with creative positive people. Let their way of thinking challenge and influence yours.

2. Look for the obvious. When problem-solving, many of us make the mistake of looking only for the “big” solution. Creativity means exploring all ideas, even the obvious and seemingly insignificant ones. Often the simplest solution is the best solution.

3. Be unreasonable. Logic and creativity can work together quite well, but sometimes rational thinking gets in the way of being creative. Be willing to look at unreasonable ideas. Often they expand your thinking and lead to breakthroughs that you might otherwise miss.

4. Practice mental agility. Creativity requires flexibility. Rigid, bureaucratic thinking is in direct opposition to innovation and creativity. So make a habit of considering every idea, no matter how difficult it might seem to implement or how much change it may require.

5. Dare to be different. Being creative means standing outside of the norm. You must cultivate a willingness to challenge every rule and assumption and be a little different than everyone else.

6. See problems as opportunities. Sometimes the only difference between a problem and an opportunity is the word you use to describe it. Whenever you face a problem, take a step back and ask how it could be described as an opportunity—to innovate, build, and improve.

The discipline of creative thinking will change you—and for the better. As Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, “The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size.”
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I left Ford Motor Company after thirty five successful years. I now have a successful career as an entrepreneur, and internet marketer. I am married to a wonderful women, Lori. I have five kids and thirteen grand-children. I am anything but retired.
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I struggled for a long time trying to figure out how to succeed in the Network Marketing Industry. I was chasing friends and family, cold-calling strangers, buying leads, every day, and getting zero results. So, one day, I just gave up and stopped trying. I was a complete failure and didn’t have a clue as to what I was doing wrong. I really believed in the potential of the Netowrk Marketing Industry, even though I didn’t exactly know what I was doing wrong. That’s when the light came on for me, and I finally realized what my real problem was: I wasn’t “marketing” I was actually network “convincing” and network “prospecting,” not network “marketing.” Once I figured out the problem, my business turned around almost overnight. If you're interested in running your own business and work with me, fill in your application information, and I will be in touch with you. TheDiamondHighway
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  • Ford Motor Company, Fast Track Financial
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Canton MI.
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I was born in Detroit, and grew up in Redford Twsp. - Redford twsp., Wixom, and Plymouth MI.
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