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Office: 415-525-4767

Monday, June 27, 2016

32 Traits of the Highly Successful. Can You Be Five of Them Everyday?

1. Have a “Can Do” Attitude
2. Believe That “I Will Figure It Out”
3. Focus on Opportunity
4. Love Challenges
5. Seek to Solve Problems
6. Persist until Successful
7. Take Risks
8. Be Unreasonable
9. Be Dangerous
10. Create Wealth
11. Readily Take Action
12. Always Say “Yes”
13. Habitually Commit
14. Go All the Way
15. Focus on “Now”
16. Demonstrate Courage
17. Embrace Change
18. Determine and Take the Right Approach
19. Break Traditional Ideas
20. Be Goal-Oriented
21. Be on a Mission
22. Have a High Level of Motivation
23. Be Interested in Results
24. Have Big Goals and Dreams
25. Create Your Own Reality
26. Commit First— Figure Out Later
27. Be Highly Ethical
28. Be Interested in the Group
29. Be Dedicated to Continuous Learning
30. Be Uncomfortable
31. “Reach Up” in Relationships
32. Be Disciplined

Cardone, Grant (2011-04-12). The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure (Kindle Location 2182). Wiley. Kindle Edition. 

Friday, June 24, 2016

What Do I Do, You Ask

"I serve every individual and business owner with my business growing strategy and tool that, coincidently, generates income for those interested."

Don J. Gonsalves, Jr. & Associates
Cell: 770-363-4361


"Success does not happen by finding extraordinary people. Success happens by finding ordinary people with extraordinary dreams! People with extraordinary dreams become extraordinary people." 

Jordan Adler


"Appreciation is the key to producing good feelings and feeling good will bring abundance, joy and cooperative relationships to you. Appreciating what you DO have and being excited about what is to come is a point of attraction that you want to stay in as much as possible. Fearing the future or complaining that all the good things that you want haven't shown up yet won't bring you the life you want. Revel in the small successes, savor them, appreciate whatever good you can find and ALL the things that you want will flow easily and naturally to you" 

from an MJ 7:00am rumination


As Paul J. Meyer said, 

"Enthusiasm is the yeast that raises the dough."  (As in cash!)

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

New Technology Created Yesterday....I have a question

"If a new piece of technology was developed yesterday capable of increasing your
profit three times with very little extra work."

Would you use it?............Well guess what.

Monday, May 16, 2016

We should all leave a similar epitaph

"Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me.......Going to bed at night saying we've done something wonderful.....that's what matter to me."

Steve Jobs
Founder of Apple, Inc.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Reward Versus Risk ------- What would you have done?

My proceeds from the PayPal acquisition were $180 million. I put $100 million in SpaceX, $70m in Tesla, and $10m in Solar City. I had to borrow money for rent.” — Elon Musk

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The Simple but Powerful Act of Smiling

A smile is rest to the weary, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and nature’s best antidote for trouble. 

March 22, 2016 
Dr. C. Ward Crampton was a physician, a civil leader and an active advocate for physical fitness, advising on longevity and practicing what he preached: “Don’t allow yourself to stagnate. Keep active. Keep interested.”
That was way back in the first half of the 20th century. Back then, he used to prescribe what he called his "miracle exercise.” It does not require special clothing or equipment. You don't have to get down on the floor or go through sets of movements that will leave you breathless. You can stand up or sit down. It works well if you do it in front of a mirror, or better still, with someone.
Here it is, Dr. Crampton’s miracle exercise:
  • Raise the corners of your mouth an inch, take a deep breath, and hold it for 10 seconds.
  • You are smiling. If you have people watching you, they'll probably start smiling, too.
  • Now release your breath in short exhalations. You're now laughing. Unless those other people are curmudgeons, they'll undoubtedly start laughing, too.
The effect? A general feeling of well-being. It triggers happy emotions within you and makes the people with you feel better, too.
Never underestimate the value of a smile; smiling is the universal language, and it should be standard equipment for all people. You shouldn't leave for the day without a smile—and be sure to take it home with you.
Dale Carnegie, the master of making friends, wrote a poem, “The Value of a Smile.” Carry this with you as a reminder of the simple but powerful act of smiling. 
"It costs nothing, but creates much. It enriches those who receive, without impoverishing those who give. It happens in a flash and the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. None are so rich they can get along without it and none so poor but are richer for its benefits.
It creates happiness in the home, fosters goodwill in a business, and is the countersign of friends. It is rest to the weary, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and nature’s best antidote for trouble.
Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen, for it is something that is no earthly good to anyone 'til it is given away. And if in the hurly-burly bustle of today's business world, some of the people you meet should be too tired to give you a smile, may we ask you to leave one of yours?
For nobody needs a smile so much as those who have none left to give."

Article: Compliments of Seeds Of Success

Monday, March 21, 2016

If you haven’t all the things you want, be grateful for the things you don’t have that you wouldn’t want.
— Unknown

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Food for Thought

 "Judge yourself based on the actions you take – not their outcomes."

Unknown Author