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"Begin with the outcome well defined."

When I started this blog, I had one intention in mind - to share Mike Lipkin's roadmap for IEPs to become highly successful and help as many newcomers as possible change their lives for the better. Enjoy reading this blog, have an open mind and continue your remarkable self-discovery journey. What you are going to find is that I'm going to give you different tools to help you be better prepared for many situations during your journey as an IEP in Canada. These "tools" are based on my experience, trying this stuff out and learning from my mistakes. As well, during the last years I learned about the principles of neurolinguistic programming (NLP).  NLP is the the study of how language, both verbal and non-verbal, affects our minds. Therefore, you might recognize some techniques or not, so... be open, they really work for me! You can use them in your life. Some techniques you'll like, some you may not... but TRY it. Do the techniques and prove it to yourself!

And I'd like to add this... always ask yourself this magic question: "WHAT DO I WANT?" Know your target and ask again... "HOW CAN I FIX THIS?" The best coaching you'll ever get it will come from inside you! In order to become successful in life, start by knowing the result/outcome. Think about your outcome, visualize it happening in the way you want it to turn out, and act towards it. Control your own life. Don't let others or the situations do it for you. YOU have the power to control and change your life.

Naturally, as you start realizing the unlimited ways you can easily become aware of how using these top qualities to be successful will help you to truly accomplish your goals more rapidly and effectively, you'll start imagining the success you can actually achieve with our help and guidance. Now, are you starting to experience the possibilities?

So, the purpose of this blog is to provide you with some thoughts and insights as you go through each step in putting together your plan. It will require from you to answer lots of questions and helping you to find your own answers. You have a lot information to learn and  discover. I want you to be able to absorb all of this information and I want you to stick with it. I want you to be able to incorporate it into your life. So as you go through each quality, stick with it. Answer the questions, clear and specific and if you need to go over a specific quality again, that's fine. Life won't be perfect from now on, but it is going to be a lot better for you if you believe in yourself and you apply the things you learn. I am not telling you what to do. I am sharing with you what I am doing. Reading through out this blog is fine. Using the information is better. What you're going to do is take the information and use it to and start living more powerfully. I'm programming you now for success. Accept the programming, I'm doing it blatantly. There is nothing hidden here. I want YOU to be successful. Nonetheless, I am sure you will find this roadmap useful, you will enjoy going through the exercises and have fun.

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"Those who succeed always start with the end in mind—they are totally clear about the final result they ware after. They have unleashed the Power of Why; they have a burning desire to achieve their result and it is tied to a specific, clear goal. Creating the action plan is simple when these first two elements are put together." ~ Anthony Robbins

"The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don’t define them, or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them.”  ~ Denis Waitley

"Life will only ever pay you what you ask for and not a penny more."Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill 

"The map is not the territory"


  1. "The map is not the territory" This is the single most important presupposition of NLP, and the one that many of the other presuppositions spring from. What it comes down to is this: people respond and make choices based not on absolute reality, but according to how they perceive the world.

    Smith, Andy (2013-04-30). Practical NLP: How to use NLP principles to improve your life and work, even if you're not NLP trained (Kindle Locations 109-112). Coaching Leaders. Kindle Edition.

  2. Use NLP To Get What You Want

  3. "Changing your life for the better is a difficult journey. Truthfully evaluate yourself to find out why you're down and what you have to change in your life to get what you really want. Resolve to change. Remember that if you continue to do what you've always done, you'll continue to get what you've always gotten. Start fresh. Remember that, usually, the turning points in our lives occur in times of adversity." -