“What am I?” By Audra Hajj

What am I?

By Audra Hajj


I am the creator of empires. I am the maker of kings. I am the difference between CEO and employee. I am completely controlled by choice. I can extend the hours in your day. I can rob you of potential opportunities. I can stop you from reaching your goals. I can get you to your goals faster. I am the most undiscovered and ignored asset. I am the driving force behind every successful person. I am time management.


As an executive coach, many of my clients come to me with problems that seem to elude even the highest and most successful executives in business. But after launching and working with over 3,100 companies since 2006, I have seen a common denominator in success. Success comes to those who manage their time wisely.


Most very successful executives get up early. Very early. Think about this, most working people set their alarm clocks for 6:30 AM. A high percentage of those people hit snooze for another 25 minutes. That is 125 minutes a week wasted, and equates to 6,250 minutes a year assuming you get 2 weeks vacation per year. There are 1,440 minutes in a day. So the average working person wastes 4.34 days of their life on hitting snooze!


Now, let’s look at the successful executive routine. The 4 AM Club. Executives that are part of this club are commonly asked by their peers and employees “ How do you get so much done in a day?” The truth is we all have the same 1,440 minutes a day but how we use them makes a difference. Here is a sample of a 4 AM club member’s morning.


The 4 Am Club Morning Routine.


4:00 – Wakes up to silence. It is said that the first 20 minutes of your day will set the tone for the rest of your day. So right off that bat they have peace and quiet and start to reflect on things needed.

4:30 – Do a self-care routine. Workout, stretch, Yoga, meditate on things of this nature. Normally when they select their routines they add them to every day of the week and do them without excuses.

5:30 – Straight to emails.

6:45 – Check their appointment calendar & prepare or review materials for meetings.

7:00 – Create their daily to do list


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“Do Miraculous Things Happen To Ordinary People?” By Aimmee Kodachian

“Do Miraculous Things Happen To Ordinary People?” By Aimmee Kodachian

In 2005, I was driving in my new car on the freeway, listening to Celine Dion. The euphoria stemmed from a successful business meeting I had just concluded. However, as I journeyed southward, my mind unexpectedly detoured back to 1975, when I was 12, transporting me to our family living room on an unforgettable day. It was a day when my 20-year-old brother, Robert, whom I admired, and I engaged in a conversation about my struggles at school.

Back then, people didn’t understand how to deal with a child with dyslexia, and I was punished and held back in my class year after year. Therefore, I desired to become a teacher to help children struggling with school. During my cherished moment with Robert, he gave me hope, assuring me that he would help me with my education to reach my dream of becoming a teacher.

Robert rose to get his tea from the kitchen, and in that split second, I felt a mysterious urge to get up and get it for him. But as I headed toward the kitchen, disaster struck. A bomb crashed through the living room window, engulfing the apartment in chaos and flames. Frantically, I screamed, “Robert, Robert!!” An earlier delightful moment now turned into a terrifying reality as Lebanon plunged into war, and Robert lay dead.

Amidst the smoke and confusion, I saw my mother panicking and attempting to escape through the window while my father struggled to keep her safe. The explosions and screams filled the air, and the world around me blurred as I helplessly

witnessed the unfolding tragedy. Bombs continued to devastate the building, shaking us to our core with each terrifying impact. The entire experience felt surreal, and I struggled to accept the harsh reality before my eyes. Life stood still as I grappled with uncertainty and fear enveloping me.

After the chaotic events, my father comforted me by sharing his profound wisdom, explaining the significance of the black part of our eyes, the pupil, representing how sometimes we must go through darkness to see the light. “You might not understand it now, but someday you will.” His words struck a chord within me, making me stop and think deeply about what he was saying.

The war brought hardships upon my family, leaving us homeless and separated. At 12 years old, I had to care for my younger brother in a rundown boarding school. The war’s impact was severe, cutting off communication and basic necessities, and I feared I might never see my family again.

Surrendering to God at 12, I experienced His gift—the Miracle Light—that guided and protected me throughout the challenging 13 years of the Civil War.

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“The Importance of Vocal Training for Aspiring Singers” By Stephanie Thompson

“The Importance of Vocal Training for Aspiring Singers” By Stephanie Thompson

In the fiercely competitive music industry, becoming a professional singer requires more than natural talent and a passion for music; it demands dedication, perseverance, and a commitment to honing your craft. One crucial aspect that aspiring singers should never overlook is vocal training. Whether you possess an exceptional voice or are still discovering your potential, investing in vocal training can significantly enhance your abilities and pave the way for a successful singing career. In this article, we will explore the reasons why vocal training is necessary if you want to become a professional singer.

I have been involved in singing from a young age, starting in my family’s church when I was three years old. My first vocal coach was my Dad. He’s a beautiful singer and when you hear him sing, you feel his heart and soul. I would cry when I heard him sing. I was so moved. One of the first things he taught me is how to make your audience feel your words. As I got older, my parents made the decision to get me a private vocal coach, and it turned out to be the best thing they could have done for my singing career. The value of having a good coach cannot be overstated.

Even now, I believe that every singer needs a coach, as we are often unable to objectively hear our own voices. Having another person’s perspective and guidance is crucial. Therefore, my first suggestion is to find the right coach who makes you feel comfortable, relaxed and understands your personality. This type of coach can truly enhance your voice. It is essential to avoid stress when receiving training from anyone.

Develop Vocal Technique: Vocal training provides aspiring singers with the necessary tools to develop their vocal technique. A trained voice can effortlessly navigate through different ranges, control pitch, and produce a wide variety of tones and dynamics. The proper technique helps singers maintain vocal health, avoid strain or injury, and consistently perform at their best. Through vocal training, singers learn various breathing techniques, vocal warm-ups, proper posture, and vocal exercises that strengthen their vocal muscles and expand their vocal range.

Enhance Performance Skills: Singing is not solely about having a beautiful voice; it is also about delivering a captivating performance. Vocal training goes beyond technical aspects and focuses on enhancing performance skills. Singers learn how to develop stage presence, microphone technique, expression, interpretation, and effective communication with the audience. These skills are crucial in capturing the hearts of listeners and creating a memorable experience. Vocal training empowers singers to connect with their emotions and effectively convey them through their voices, allowing them to stand out in a competitive industry.

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“A Path to Success for the Millennials” By George Chanos

“A Path to Success for the Millennials” By George Chanos


The Danger of Delusional Beliefs and a Sense of Entitlement
Delusional beliefs and a sense of entitlement are two incredibly destructive forces. Either one can prevent you from ever becoming successful or realizing your dreams.

Many people, from all generations, have a delusional sense of entitlement. Rather than accept personal responsibility, they think that someone else is responsible for them or they think that rules don’t apply to them.

We see it everywhere – the person who cuts in line, the person who takes more than their fair share, the person who expects or demands accommodation or assistance – all of these people suffer from a sense of entitlement.

If you suffer from either delusional beliefs or a sense of entitlement, and you don’t resolve to get past these maladies you will, without question, increase your likelihood of failure.

Who Are You and Who Do You Want to Be?
The important questions are: Who are you? How do you perceive yourself? How do others perceive you? Who do you want to be?

How you dress, your grooming, your posture, your eye contact, your demeanor, your attitude, your handshake, your table manners, how you speak, your phone manner, the format of your resume, the way you phrase a letter, your presence on social media, all affect the impression you make on others.

Think about how you may be perceived by others and about how you want to be perceived. Then, work with patience, humility and dedication, toward meriting the perception that you want and believe you deserve.

If you think you’re special – Stop! You’re not. Regardless how smart you think you are, you will not succeed without hard work, commitment, perseverance and a fidelity to core values. No one does and you are no exception!

Some Millennials see their parents – who are intelligent and successful people – and conclude that since they too are intelligent – they too will be successful.

What they don’t see is how hard their parents have had to work for their success.

Perhaps that’s because much of their parent’s hard work occurred before they were born or while they were too young to notice.

While the cause of their miscalculation may be uncertain, the flaw in their logic is unmistakable.
Intelligence alone does not guarantee success. Intelligence + hard work + core values (generally) = Success. Even then – there is no guarantee.

You have the ability to control your thoughts. Who you are is determined by how you think, how you act, how you perceive yourself and how others perceive you.

Decide who you want to be and then work toward becoming that person.

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Conscious Deliberate Manifestation Series, “How the Mind Thinks” By Tim Zimmerman

“Conscious Deliberate Manifestation Series, “How the Mind Thinks” By Tim Zimmerman


Think about it, when we were growing up and our parents said, “Don’t play with the ball in the house” or “Don’t (do not) eat so fast,” or “Don’t run around the pool,” what would we picture and what would we act upon?

We would continue to play with the ball, eat fast, and run around the pool, and then we would get in trouble. This confuses the mind because the parent put the picture into our mind, we reacted naturally from it, they got mad and we got in trouble and punished.

Why do we still do this to our own kids, family, spouses and associates?

Because we were, and are, programmed that way. We refrained from knowing better…until now.

Look back to some of the earliest writings. Something got lost in the translations to English.

I was told by a linguistic scholar, during my research, that the translated word “not” meant “Zero” in its original language.

The point I am making is that if you are saying out loud or to yourself, “I am not sick,” or “I am not lying,” or “I didn’t do it,” or “I didn’t say that,” what are you saying to your subconscious mind and the mind of anyone you are saying it to? The opposite of the idea you want to convey and the results you really want to have happen.

So, what are you supposed to do instead of using “Not”?

First, become aware of what you are thinking and speaking. Remember in the SM3 Success Five Laws of Manifestation, the thoughts that you think create the words that you speak to yourself and to others. You can use the SM3 Success Watch Your Thoughts exercise to master this for free. It is a profound exercise that is easy and everyone loves.

Think and Say in positive terms what you want to have happen. Instead of “Don’t run” say “Walk around the pool.” Instead of “Don’t eat so fast” say “Eat slowly and savor your food, it tastes better.” Instead of “Don’t play with the ball in the house” say “Play with the ball outside only.”  Refrain from adding, like most parents do, “But don’t break anything.”  Inevitably, something gets broken within five minutes. Realize they (you) put the image of it in their mind. People do it all the time. You are giving someone directions and at the end, what do you say? “You can’t miss it.” And what happens, they miss it every time. So be mindful of what you are thinking and saying.

If you catch yourself thinking or speaking negative (to yourself or others) say out loud “Cancel, Cancel” and change it to what you want to have happen. For instance, if you are trying to wish someone well on their travels, instead of “Don’t get in an accident,” say “Have a safe trip.” Instead of “Button up so you don’t catch a cold,” say “Button up so you stay healthy.” Do you get it? Or don’t you get it?

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“Top 10 Business Etiquette Tips” By Eliz Nestorov

Etiquette is a social expectation that applies to everyone and is visible in simple interactions and spaces, even between strangers. It is not limited to staffed homes or a particular class, identity, or religion. Good etiquette is a choice available to anyone and rests on the principles of consideration, respect, and honesty. These principles guide us towards good behavior and can be applied to any situation where proper manners are unknown. Manners are specific behaviors that help us know what is expected of us and what to expect of others, but they change over time, and the sentiment behind them, a respectful and considerate greeting, remains universal.

Business etiquette is also essential, and it is crucial to be punctual, dress appropriately, and use proper introductions. Active listening and maintaining eye contact can show respect and interest in others, while also expressing gratitude, using proper language, and avoiding gossip and negative comments can maintain a positive and productive environment. It is also essential to be mindful of cultural differences and adapt accordingly.

Good etiquette is not about impressing others with elaborate parties or expensive possessions, but rather treating well everyone we encounter, demonstrating consideration, respect, and honesty. A sincere charm of warmth, wit, humor, tact, kindness, and patience can enhance interactions and build relationships. Etiquette is not limited to a particular background, class, identity, or religion, and is a choice available to anyone at any stage of life. Therefore, good etiquette is essential for personal and professional success and can improve relationships and build trust.

The above etiquette principles are equally important in the world of business, where they can impact professional relationships, reputation, and success. To ensure that you make a positive impression and foster good communication with colleagues, employees, employers, and business acquaintances, here are some top tips on business etiquette that you can follow:

  1. Punctuality is key. Make every effort to be on time for all business interactions, including meetings, interviews, and appointments. This shows that you respect the other person’s time and value the opportunity to connect with them.
  2. Use polite language. Simple courtesies such as saying “please” and “thank you” can go a long way in building good will and rapport. Also, respond to others’ gratitude with a genuine “you’re welcome” to acknowledge their appreciation.
  3. Come prepared. Avoid wasting anyone’s time by ensuring that you have done the necessary preparation for meetings and other interactions. This includes researching the topics to be discussed, bringing relevant materials, and being ready to contribute constructively to the conversation.

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