It was while she was in graduate school the Individual Disability Education Act became law. For the first time in 1977 people with disabilities were guaranteed the right to an education up to age 21. Davida Shensky has owned her own business for the last 25+ years since she entered the workforce 12 years before the Americans with Disabilities Act became law. it is not the limit she places on herself but the limits that society places on her due to their misunderstanding of the disability community at large. She has had to learn to become her own advocate and to think outside of the box when it comes to employment. Davida started Career Performance Institute and works with clients to help you reach your maximum potential and overcome your personal obstacles (fears) to unlock your potential at the highest level to reach your personal goals and fulfill your destiny.. We work with you to come up with a strategy to get from where you are now to where you want to be in the future. Career opportunities have moved from working for a large firm in a physical place to working from home virtually online. To lower the cost of overhead companies sell their products virtually, online, through websites, and word-of-mouth advertising through affiliates or distributors. We work with you to find the right opportunity in your niche and help you come up with a strategy to build a successful team and skills needed to become a good communicator, team builder, and leader. Among the many things we help you learn : 1. how to break through your personal barriers 2. that life is full of choices for you to make 3. to take control of your life 4. to get rid of your negativity and to learn to think positively
. They create and stick to budgets. Just the word budget can make someone uncomfortable. But financially successful people don’t shy away from setting realistic budgets for themselves.   2. They aren’t impulsive buyers. We all know that feeling of buying something on a whim – it’s exhilarating and leaves us wanting more. Our culture of mass consumption has left many of us falling victim to temptation by impulsively making unplanned purchases.   3. They set realistic goals. To be financially successful, you have to know where you’re going and how you will get there.   4. They make saving a priority. Even putting away the smallest amount of money each month into your savings account can do wonders for your financially secure future.   5. They don’t compare themselves to others. One flaw of financially unsuccessful people is that they are constantly comparing themselves to others. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches
1. Rich people play the money game to win. Poor people play the money game to not lose. The goal of truly rich people is to have massive wealth and for many of them, it’s to help a lot of people. 13. Rich people are willing to act in spite of fear. Poor people let fear stop them. It’s imperative to realize that it is not necessary to try to get rid of fear in order to succeed. Rich and successful people have fear, rich and successful people have doubts, rich and successful people have worries. They just don’t let these feelings stop them. Unsuccessful people have fears, doubts, and worries, then let those feelings stop them. 7. Rich and successful people are solution-oriented. Rich people spend their time and energy strategizing and planning the answers to challenges that come up and creating systems to make certain that problem doesn’t occur again. 4. Rich people focus on what they want, while poor people focus on what they don’t want. Did you know that there are no straight lines in the universe? Life doesn’t travel in perfectly straight lines. It moves more like a winding river. More often than not, you can only see to the next bend, and only when you reach that next turn can you see more. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneus
I want to share with you Hill’s insights on what he called “Definiteness of Purpose.” Advantage #1: Positive Qualities The first of these advantages is that you immediately begin to develop a number of positive and very useful qualities, including self-reliance, personal initiative, imagination, enthusiasm, self-discipline, and concentration of effort. Since Hill first published these ideas, millions of people have used them to become successful, and it’s said that Napoleon Hill and his philosophy… Advantage #2: Specialized Knowledge The second advantage of adopting a definite purpose and focusing your mind on it is that it encourages you to specialize and it attracts to you the specialized knowledge you need to attain your purpose. Advantage #3: Time and Money The third advantage of adopting a Definite Major Purpose is that it induces you to budget your time and money and plan your daily affairs in such a way that leads to the attainment of your purpose. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs  
I. Choosing a product Finding a product to sell The first step to building an ecommerce business is knowing what products you want to sell online for free direct-to-consumer. This often is the most challenging part of starting a new online business. In this section, we’ll highlight strategies you can use to find product opportunities, explore the best places to look for product ideas, and finally, look at trending products to consider. How to Find and Source a Winning Product to Sell In less than 40-minutes, let us walk you through how to find product ideas, how to validate them, and how to sell the product once you have an idea you want to pursue. Obtaining your product After landing on a strong product idea, your next step is figuring out where and how you’re going to obtain your products. The next four posts cover the various methods for acquiring your products, along with the pros and cons of each model. You’ve found your product, evaluated its potential, and sourced a supplier. But before you get into that, you’ll need to thoroughly research your competition so you know what you’re up against and how you can differentiate your business from theirs. II. Research and prepare Research your competition You’ve found your product, evaluated its potential, and sourced a supplier. But before you get into that, you’ll need to thoroughly research your competition so you know what you’re up against and how you can differentiate your business from theirs. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches
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Oct 10th, 1951
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