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The Habits of Highly Successful Women

What are the daily habits of successful women. You know the women we emulate and envy? what do they do diffferently on ther day to day, from the time they wake up to the time they go o sleep?  What are their thought processess. how do teh  handle difficulty, limiting beliefs and  how do they empower themselves? I divulge these secrets to whata a successful woman does #successful #woman #success #habits #habitsof #dailyhabits

Article from thrivewithjanie.com

I have found that successful people and specifically successful women have certain defining characteristics.

Let’s take a look at some of these telltale signs of successful women.

Successful  women are self-aware

Successful women are self-aware.  They are in tune with the inner workings of their minds, their strengths, and weaknesses.  They know what they are capable of.

Success women have goals

Success requires goals. How else would you know what you are working towards?  Successful women set up goals that drive well-placed actions. They implement  SMART GOALS. Success requires well-thought action plans. Goals help you forge a path toward something. A successful woman formulates her goals and works on them. She sees them through.

Successful women write things down

Think for example how many times you go to the store without your list and you come home with a basket full of things you didn’t mean to buy? But you forgot the one thing you were going to buy. Okay, maybe  I am the only one. 

They keep distractions to a minimum

We are living in one of the most distracting times in human history. While technology has opened up the world of communication, distractions have also become part of our daily lives.

They are always learning

Successful women never stop learning. They are life long learners. They know they need for learning because life is not static. Business practices are not static.


Do you see these habits in you ?  Read all 21 habits that make some women more successful than other women.  You might be surprised to learn that’s it not rocket science, not being lucky, or not being born with a silver spoon.  These are realistically possible habits to start that can define what success means to you, and help you achieve it.   Check it out:



Most Exotic and Beautiful Beaches Around the World

Article by Krystyna Chávez of Marie Claire

For those moments you need something to look forward to, allow me to present: the most dazzling and jaw-dropping beaches around the world. Get out your bucket list and a pen, and prepare yourself some intense future vacation inspiration.

Slide 3 of 51: Live the hut life on Seram Island in Maluku, Indonesia.

© Michael and Monica Sweet

Slide 6 of 51: As you drive down the California coast, stopping at Laguna is a must. The sunsets are unmatched and that cool, California wind in your hair is fabulous.

© Lagunatic

Slide 7 of 51: Translated to "Cathedral beach," it's no wonder where this stunning Spanish beach gets its name.

© bbsferrari

Slide 8 of 51: This stunning white pebble beach is found in Kefalonia, Greece.

© Cavan Images

Slide 11 of 51: Heaven on earth does exist, and you can find it in the Seychelles.

© Jon Arnold

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Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid, but Do It Anyway

A song for our times by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit



Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit Lyrics

“Be Afraid”  © 2020

We’ve been testing you
And you failed
To see how long that you could sit with the truth but you bailedI don’t think you’d even recognize the loss of control
And I don’t think you even see it in yourself
See every one of us is counting dice that we didn’t roll
And the loser is the last to ask for help

Be afraid, be very afraid
But do it anyway
Do it anyway

The stage belongs to you
And you feel like a star
And you can bark and snap like a dog at the man who just tuned your guitar
And I don’t think you’d even recognize a kid in the wings
And I don’t think you even see her in yourself
She looks to you for what to do with all her delicate dreams
But you’re too terrified to be of any help

Be afraid, be very afraid
But do it anyway
Do it anyway

Be afraid, be very afraid
But do it anyway
Do it anyway

We don’t take requests
We won’t shut up and sing
Tell the truth enough you’ll find it rhymes with everything

We’ve been testing you
And you failed
To see how long that you could hold it in before you screamed
But you only exhaled
And I don’t think you even recognize the sound of your voice
When it’s blasting through the speakers in the sky
And if your words add up to nothing then you’re making a choice to sing a cover when you need a battle cry

Be afraid, be very afraid
But do it anyway
Do it anyway

Be afraid, be very afraid
But do it anyway
Do it anyway

Be afraid, be very afraid
But do it anyway
Do it anyway


From the album: “Reunions” (2020) ©


Danielle Steel Just Published Her 185th Novel—and Has No Plans of Slowing Down

Article by Elena Nicolaou

Here are some excerpts from the article

Danielle Steel standing in front of a window posing for the camera: What does it take to be the bestselling author alive? Danielle Steel opens up about typewriters, 20-hour work days, and the secret side of her no one knows. © Brigitte Lacombe What does it take to be the bestselling author alive? Danielle Steel opens up about typewriters, 20-hour work days, and the secret side of her no one knows.

  • Danielle Steel’s 185th novel, Spy, came out on November 26.
  • Steel, who has been writing novels on the same typewriter since she was 19 years old, has sold over 800 million copies and is the bestselling author alive.
  • In this candid Q&A, Steel opens up about her legendary career, her beloved brood of nine children, and the secret side of her no one knows.

The events of Danielle Steel’s life read like a modern-day fairy tale. Or perhaps they read like the plot of one of her own bestselling books—sagas about ordinary people whose lives turn sharply in the direction of adventure.

After her first book, Steel’s next five books didn’t sell—but the sixth one did. “I always say to young people who are writing: If I had quit after three, I wouldn’t have the career I have today,” Steel says.

She adds that as much as her jet-setting life seems glamorous, there’s also an isolation that accompanies literary fame.

I got hooked on writing books. I love it. Now, it’s my dream job. I can’t think of another job I’d enjoy as much. Writing books makes you more interested in people’s problems, because we all have those problems. It doesn’t matter who you are—you’re subject to the same worries and problems and illnesses and losses.

I try to be in my office by 8 every day. If I’m in San Francisco, I meet with my staff. If I’m not working on a book, I answer emails, work on an outline, do research. I pretty much stay at my desk all day. I eat at my desk, which I’m sure is very unhealthy and uncivilized. If I am working on a book and haven’t had a chance to write that day, I usually start writing around 8 pm and go until about 3 am. But if I start writing in the morning, whenever that is, I’ll start on the book and keep going through the day. I work, on average, 20 hours a day. Sometimes 22. Occasionally 24. And then whatever time of day it is, I sleep for four hours, then I go back to the book. I think my body is used to it.

So after 179 books, you’re still not satisfied?

185 books.

Sorry, 185 books. Will you ever be able to rest?

I hope not. I can do that when I’m dead.


There is much more to this article, fellow writers.  It’s a look inside the writing and personal life of someone who didn’t quit after rejection.  Read more at:



How to Get Motivated When You Have No Motivation to Do Anything


Have you ever had one of those days when you say to yourself, “I have no motivation to do anything” or ask yourself “Why do I have no motivation for anything”? Perhaps this is acceptable on a casual, lazy summer day when you are on vacation from your usual duties and nothing is at stake. But for some people, there is a constant, perpetual feeling: I have no motivation for life. Whether it’s going to the gym, going to work, looking for work, or doing house chores, sometimes it’s hard to work up the motivation to do anything. Below are a few simple strategies to allow you to get a “jump start” on your motivation.

Focus on the Little Positive Things

Sometimes it’s important to find ways to distract yourself from the negative elements that kills any motivation. Focus on the things that fuels you, not kills you.

Don’t Underestimate Yourself

Regaining some confidence in your own ability will help you build some momentum into actually completing a task.

Focus on the Process, Not the End Result

Focus not on the distance of the end result, learn to appreciate all the little things that come along the way of getting there.

Find People To Tag-team With

Reaching out to others can provide you with an external motivation that you may have trouble conjuring up on your own

Imagine the End Result

Creating a positive result in your mind can motivate you to do something that you otherwise may not even want to attain in the first place.

Being motivated can be hard. There are probably more people who tell themselves “I have no motivation” than people who are clearly motivated. The tips offered here are but the fundamental elements. There are many more useful advice to learning how to get motivated when you have no motivation to do anything. The most important thing is that it all starts with you. Remember, nobody can motivate you more than you. It may not be easy to get started, but once you pick up momentum, you will achieve your goal before you know it.