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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Need a little motivation?

Thinking about how hard we're all going to have to work to pay for Obama's current government growth plan is enough to make you sick. It does me. Throw the economy, the news of others losing their jobs, and all of this "global warming" cold weather on top and it's easy to get de-motivated. I'm ready for Spring - how about you!?

This is a complicated subject. There's no one best solution but here's one for you that will definitely help. Listen to educational audio programs in your car when you're on the go. The average person drives 15,000 miles which translates into about 333 hours in the car - per year! If you don't drive then you likely ride the bus or workout at the gym or sit around somewhere not being productive. We all have some sort of downtime.

What better way to get ahead in your career than to take advantage of this downtime. This is the essence of Security On "Wheels". Even if you just spend 25% of your time listening to audio books while you're on the go, you'll do wonders for your personal life and your career. You'll not only get your mind off what's going on in the world but you can become an expert in this (or any other) field and gain a ton of motivation along the way. Case in point: learning while I'm on the go literally made me an expert in another field outside of information security in less than two years. I started listening and learning in mid-2006 and can honestly say that now, in 2009, I feel like I'm at the top of my game in this other area of study. Simply amazing.

Every time I listen to audio programs on the go I think to myself: why don't I do this more often!? I love listening to my favorite music and talk radio but listening to audio programs on my iPod and CD player is one of the best discoveries I've made. And it's the very thing that keeps me moving ahead.

Want to learn more, want to achieve more, and, most importantly, want some motivation in your life? Listen to audio programs: mine and others. You won't regret it!!

Speaking of mine, I'm working on my newest audio program Succeeding in Security - a must-have audio program if you want to get ahead and stay ahead in the information security field. Stay tuned...

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