LeBoHA Welcomes New Classes

LeBoHA Welcomes New Classes
  • 15 Oct, 2020
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The first thing to remember about success is that it is a process – nothing more, nothing less. There is really no magic to it and it’s not reserved only for a select few people. As such, success really has nothing to do with luck, coincidence or fate. It really comes down to understanding the steps in the process and then executing on those steps.

The first thing to remember about success is that it is a process – nothing more, nothing less. There is really no magic to it and it’s not reserved only for a select few people. As such, success really has nothing to do with luck, coincidence or fate. It really comes down to understanding the steps in the process and then executing on those steps.

That stream bed was littered with diamonds, and the new owner became fabulously wealthy. No doubt he also lived happily ever after. But doesn’t something in that story set strangely with you? What about the guy with the burning desire and the grand vision? He ended up disappointed and broke, dying far from his family and friends. Not a happy ending. Meanwhile, the guy who just wanted to do some farming got all the riches.

  • For those of you who are serious about having more.
  • This is the beginning of creating the life that you want to live.
  • Know what the future holds for you as a result of the choice you can make today.
  • This is the beginning of creating the life that you want to live.
  • Success is something of which we all want more.

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Alice Williams
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This pattern went on for 16 or 17 years, till I shut down my writing and editing business. So it wasn’t an occasional fluke.

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Mellissa Doe
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I must admit I had a burning determination to stay in Japan, and for the first year or two I never knew if things would work out for me or not. Then, things started shifting my way, and they stayed that way.

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Felica Queen
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I don’t think the deciding factor was the desire. Lots of people come here to Japan, but never quite find out how to stay.

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Paul Flavius
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Some people call this a sense of deserving. Others call it a sense of entitlement. No matter what term you use, it’s basically the same thing.

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