Archive for September, 2009

Wishful Thinking or Not? It’s All Up to You…

Monday, September 28th, 2009

Have you ever procrastinated? And while procrastinating, haven’t you wished to be able to stop with it? Well, I have, and, until now not one program that I followed, has been able to make me stop with it. On the other hand, one simply cannot do what he/she has always done and expect different results – right? So, I am taking the challenge…


Several days ago I received the following email, and I want to share it with you in the hope that this email will make the difference for more procrastinating souls, and not only for myself…

Dear Taty,

The purpose of this note is to share with you a few ideas
that will help ensure that you finish this year with a bang.

You see, for most of my life I’ve pursued what I consider to
be the organizing principles of lasting change, and in this
message I wanted to share two things with you:

1. A three-point plan that you can use immediately to change and
improve your life.

2. Offer you a unique opportunity to fast track your
results. More on that later!

I do believe that the best things in life are free, and that
the best strategies in life are simple. By that I mean,
simple to understand, apply, teach and share with others.

The following three strategies are simple, and they are also
extremely powerful, however, they require consistent and
skillful application in order for your personal strategic
plan to become reality.

These are the exact same changes that an individual must
make in order to create personal change, that a company must
make in order to create a lasting competitive advantage, and
that a community must make in order to best serve its

Step One – Raise Your Standards

Any time you sincerely want to make a change, the first
thing you must do is to raise your standards.

Simply put you MUST expect and demand more from yourself and
from those around you. That means having zero tolerance for
mediocrity, procrastination, and any behavior that robs you
of potential and increased performance.

Step Two – Change Your Limiting Beliefs

If you raise your standards but don’t really believe you can
meet them, than you’ve already sabotaged yourself. This is
one of the biggest challenges people face when constructing
their personal plan.

Why? Because you won’t even try; you’ll be lacking that
sense of certainty that allows you to tap the deepest
capacity that’s within you even as you read these words.

Our beliefs are like unquestioned commands, telling us how
things are, what’s possible and what’s impossible, what we
can and can not do. They shape every action, every thought,
and every feeling that we experience.

As a result, changing our belief systems is central to
making any real and lasting change in our lives.

Step Three – Change Your Strategy

In order to keep your commitment, you need the best
for achieving results. One of my core beliefs is that if you
set a higher standard, and you can get yourself to believe,
then you certainly can figure out the strategies. You simply
will find a way.

I can tell you with confidence that the absolute best
strategy in almost any case is to find a role-model, someone
who’s already getting the results you want, and then tap into
their knowledge.
If you don’t have one, you must find a coach or mentor.

Meet Gary Ryan Blair

Gary Ryan Blair is someone I’d like you to meet as he is a
true thought leader and the mastermind behind the 100 Day

Meet the Goals Guy

Right now, this very instant you are staring down the barrel
of an awesome opportunity to finish the year strong, to
redeem yourself and make the last 100 days of the year, your
best 100 days of the year.

His 100 Day Challenge is designed to provide you with the
information and impetus to
commit to all three of these master principles of quality

1. It will help you raise your standards by discovering what
they currently are and realizing what you want them to be;

2. It will help you change the core beliefs that are keeping
you from where you want to go and enhance those that already
serve you; and

3. It will assist you in developing a series of strategies
for more elegantly, quickly, and efficiently producing the
results you desire.

Are You Ready to Create a Breakthrough?

Meet the Goals Guy

You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few
people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough–as
you must take action, honor your commitments and enforce
strict discipline.

If you will, please allow Gary Ryan Blair the opportunity,
through this powerful program to be your guide for the next
100 days.
I promise you, it will be one of the best investments you
ever make and he comes with my highest recommendation.

Say YES, and finish the year with a bang!

Meet the Goals Guy!

More power to you,




And to all of you from me – be always Fabulous…

A Special Report – Dead of the Link Exchange…

Monday, September 21st, 2009

Usually I don’t talk SEO on totally-useless.com – but this time I will. Most of us bloggers do exchange links on the blogrolls of friends of ours, or on the blogrolls of other blog writers within our own niche. And we do it primarily to get more traffic and readers.

Some are writing to get known, and others do it to promote their writing, or painting, or shooting. No matter where you are coming from, and why you write your blog, I know for a fact that all of us need the traffic. Otherwise we could simply write a daily journal and keep it private and for our eyes only… 😉

Go on and download this free report: “Death of the Link Exchange”, as it will definitely open your eyes in regards to link exchanges.


Cool and Free Application for Randomizing your Photos online

Friday, September 18th, 2009

This one is totally useless but also fun 😉 This cool and free application called TiltViewer is to have some fun with the presentation of your photograps online.


You can see it in action on this PhotoRandom.com site – which is using my photos on Flickr.

Wishing to you all a splendid and sunny weekend, and stay fabulous wherever you are and whatever you do 🙂

Patrick Swayze is no more…

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Yesterday was really a bad day for all the fans of Patrick Swayze, and for his family and friends. The actor lost the battle against cancer and left many with broken hearts. My favorite of his was the “Ghost” movie, and I remember how touched I was, and how much I cried while watching this hit movie. And not once but I think three times in a week or so as I couldn’t get enough of it…

At times I wonder how many of these type of post will be here on totally-useless.com in the end, when I will stop posting one day… Not that I am planning to stop any time soon. It’s just that in the past few months I wrote about several stars that passed away, and it’s such a pity that science still hasn’t found the cure, or cures for all type of cancers.

This video is from Patrick Swayze while dancing with his wife Lisa Nieme to the song All The Man That I Need as a salute to multiple award winner Whitney Houston in 1994. And it’s such a beautiful expression of the Love between Patrick and Lisa, that it made me cry…
Nevertheless at least she has the memory of it, and maybe, just maybe, his Ghost movie might recount what his wife will be experiencing shortly…

There are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies, and statistics…

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Mark Twain said, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies, and statistics.”

When I heard this quote for the 1st time I had to grin. Next thing – I was laughing out loud. And only after having laughed for a good while, I started pondering about it.

Lies, and damned lies have mostly to do with politics. And from there – with power and money. As we are not talking here about the petty lies in our private lives, but in general, and where these lies do concern us all. And trust me. Everything, all the lies, and all the damned lies will remain until we all stand up and overthrow everything concerning politics and the guys who run the world.


So lets go with the statistics. It’s not necessarily a lie, but a statistic is always based on a certain number which is far less than the total. It is a partial truth here, or not? Than it also depends who executed the statistic, and by whom, it was ordered. In such a case we could end with a well constructed lie.


I am giving the word to you now. Stay Fabulous in the coming times…


In this video David Cavil explains the way in which the TV programme Pedigree Dogs Exposed distorted statistics to ‘prove’ their prejudiced case


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