Is Doubt Holding You Back?

Have you ever wondered why certain people just seam to attract success in their lives? Not just financial but all so many other areas such emotional, spiritual and just genuine happiness?

There are several factors that contribute to this but one very important trait is usually found in most successful people…thinking-man

They don't let "Doubt" hold them back or get in the way.

Let's take for example starting a new business. The successful person knows where he is going. He believes in this product or service, in this company and most importantly in HIMSELF (or herself)!

Even when things it tough, they don't doubt.

Now I'm not saying they don't have doubts. What I'm saying is they don't let them get in the way of success. No product or business is perfect and to be successful you have to be willing to understand this. For example…

You just got started in your business and you have never done this before. You introduce your product or opportunity to a few friends and you get rejected. Immediately the normal reaction is to start doubting yourself and if you made the right decision. It's natural to do this.

This however is the moment of truth for you…

Do you let "Doubt" creep in and quit and go back to your life of quiet desperation or you do take it as a learning experience and realize it probably wasn't time for your friend just yet and it may never be.

One of the things I recommend you tell yourself when you are in a situation like this is that it's "OK". It's ok to be rejected. That's just part of life. It happens in almost all aspects and in everything we do. It's just time to move on and keep plugging away because there are many many people just like you that DO want a better life.

You see if you take a look at successful people, you will find that they don't let these episodes of doubt persuade them. They just move on and say, "NEXT"!

The truth is you CAN be wildly successful at anything you do in your business and personal life. You just need to believe it, take action and let the doubts pass you by. When you do this something magical happens. You start to have success and that takes more of the doubt away and you feel better. This usually causes you to have even more success and you start to see the big picture.

Seeing the "Big Picture" will really help you focus on what you CAN accomplish instead of doubting all the time. Focus Focus Focus is my motto!

If you are ready to look at the "Big Picture" and leave those doubts behind you, then check out the video below…

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…and follow the simple steps. It's working for me and thousands of others out there online.


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Square Foot Gardening with my daughter Bella (video)

One of the biggest joy's of my life is teaching my kids Andrew and Bella how to Square foot garden. Last year was the first year we ever tried this style of gardening that we learned from Abraham Zamora a certified square foot garden expert.

This year as part of her girl scout badge, Bella wanted to have her own square foot garden. Here is a great video of her walking through the gardens.



Repost: Two painful slaps in the face to all of us

This is repost from Paul Hartunian
It was so good I had to post it on my site, Paul is huge dog lover 😉

Hope you enjoy it!
Carlos Samaniego

What’s going on? How have we strayed so far from the path of morality, conscience and compassion?

Today, two horrendous events happened that slapped us all in the face.


First, dog torturer Michael Vick got his own reality TV show. So this vermin who tortured and murdered dogs is rewarded by getting his own TV show. And we wonder why young people engage in horrific behavior! They’ve been trained, by all of us, that immoral, unethical, criminal behavior will be greatly rewarded. Oh sure, you may do a little prison time, but it’ll be worth it. The payoff could be in the many, many millions. How many times are we going to turn the scum of the earth into “heroes”, rewarding them with huge paydays, celebrity status and a life that the vast majority of people can only dream about but never achieve?


Second, Barack Obama wins the Nobel Peace prize – simply because he says we should have peace on earth (wow, what an original idea). And this decision was made in February when Obama was president for only two weeks. What an outrageous slap in the face for people who’ve spent years, have sacrificed their lives in the quest for peace. If Obama has any character, he’ll decline the prize and suggest that someone truly deserving gets the award. This comment is not directed at Obama, it’s directed at the people who made the decision to award the Nobel to him.

Equally as disgusting.

Somewhere along the line we jumped the tracks. We no longer admire and respect the people who’ve accomplished truly great things. We don’t admire people who stay on the straight and narrow, are great role models and have led lives of honor.

Instead we admire and reward the lowest of the low or the least deserving or – I’m sad to admit – the person with the best PR agent.

I so clearly remember listening to one of those radio psychologists years ago. A woman call up from Kansas or Nebraska or one of the states in the western US. You could tell from her speech that she was a very modest, kind-hearted woman.

She explained to the radio-psychologist that she and her husband were fostering eight children and on that Friday all of the children were to be returned to their parents.

The psychologist then rudely interrupted the woman and went on a rant. Paraphrasing her, she said: “Oh I know what you’re going to say. You’re going to tell me that you don’t think the kids should be returned to their parents on Friday. You think you and your husband can do a better job than the parents. That’s what all of you foster families think. Well let me tell you…” and then she went on to ream the woman the proverbial new download chute.

After the psychologist had run out of her vile hot air, the woman, in her soft, warm voice, said: “No, ma’am. We know the children have to go back to their parents. We have seven more children coming on Monday. We just want to know if it would be OK to send these children presents on their birthdays.”

There was dead air on the radio station. When the psychologist came back 10 or 15 seconds later, you could tell that not only did she have tears in her eyes and a quiver in her voice, but also she had just experienced the most humbling moment of her life.

The psychologist told the woman it would be fine to send birthday presents to the children going back to their parents. She then asked if she could ask the woman a few questions.

“Yes ma’am” was the soft answer.

“Do you work?”

“No ma’am. We always have a lot of children here, so I have to stay home to take care of them.”

“Does your husband work?”

“Yes ma’am. He’s the janitor in the school.”

“Can I ask you how much he earns?”

“About $27,000 a year, ma’am.”

“You foster all these children on $27,000 a year plus whatever little you get from the state?”

“Yes ma’am. It’s tight, but we do fine.”

“Do you take vacations?”

“No ma’am. Being with these children is our favorite vacation”.

The psychologist then went to a very LONG commercial break – no doubt deeply shaken by what just happened.

That broadcast has had an enormous impact on me. I’ve never told that story without tears filling my eyes. Even typing this I get teary.

Where is the Nobel Prize for those people? Why aren’t we celebrating people who do things like that. Instead, we shower our adulation on entertainers who are engaged in the most aberrant behavior. We come up with reasons why Roman Polanski should be set free, even though he admitted he drugged and raped a 13 year old girl. We admire people like that and call them heroes.

Yeah, I know this is supposed to be a blog about publicity, marketing and business. But there are just times when things aren’t right and I have to speak out.

I’m disgusted. I feel like I need a shower.

Happy 4th of July

Well today is the last day of this 4th of July week! I hope you enjoyed your time this week with your  family and friends.

Elizabeth and I spent 4th of July in San Diego at Humpreys at the Bay on Shelter Island! Humphreys

It was a room right on the bay, in fact we where both amazed that the barage  launching fireworks for that night in San Diego was about 150 yards away in the bay.

It was an amazing day, the temperature was so cool, compared to the 105 degree weather back home!

Familyon4th_2We spent the day around Downtown San Diego, and ate at this great brazillian steak house! The was a very interesting experience, one you must try!

We went back to Shelter Island where the parks started getting pack with people barbequing and enjoying the 4th. The fireworks started at 9pm and it was sight to be seen with the San Diego Skyline in the backround!

It was the 1st time that Liz and I went on weekday getaway and Bella’s very 1st hotel room stay. She was extremly happy and well behaved, although she may have woke up the hotel guest in the next room with her waking up at 2am and 4am to "eat".Lizbell4th

Bella2months Bella is really growing fast, and filling out :=) Look how beautiful she looks here, I know I gloating. But I have too! Bella and I took a very long walk along the bay, while mommy got to take a little well deserved  nap.

While walking along the bay, we came upon fisherman who had gotten up at 2am in morning and had caught a 45lb Tuna! I forgot to ask to take a picture of his Tuna, however I was surpised when I walked along side his boat to see the name of his boat!

It was a named I loved! It was a name that I try to live my life by, Here is the picture and the boat!


Your friend,
Carlos Samaniego
The Debt Coach

AndrewgraduationP.S. A few weeks ago I mention my 10 year old son, Andrew had graduated from 6th grade, at his award ceremony he was awarded 5 awards, including, honor student, honor role for all year, President Award, awarded by President Bush and the ultimate honor was on 2 students got the Principals award! 1 boy and 1 girl, and I am proud to say my Son Andrew got the award! Andrew we are so proud of you!

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Baby Bella’s 2 months old!

Bella2monthsHow time fly’s our little princes turned 8 weeks old yesterday.  She is almost twice the size when she  was born she wieghs 15lbs and almost twice as long. All my friends with children keep telling me just enjoy this time with them because they grow so fast!!

She is standing up with our help of course, and loves to try to move around as much as possible.

She follows us as we around the house, and constantly gigling and of course is beautiful just like her mother.

Bella2monthbirthdaydadLiz is doing great, enjoying motherhood, although I know she would love to sleep an entire night. I have never seen such a great mother, other than my own 😉

Tomorow Liz, Bella, and I are going to San Diego to get away from the heat of Redlands (106 degrees today). We are going to enjoy some cool beach weather and watch fireworks on the beach!

Until next time

Your Debt Coach,

Carlos Samaniego
Redlands, CA