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Vadim Kotelnikov

By: Vadim Kotelnikov

Inventor and Founder

Ten3 Business e-Coach

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InsBeCo,   Success360

Innovarsity.com,   Fun4Biz.com

  Life Is ...

  The Wheel of Personal Success

 

"Live is given to us, we earn it by giving it." ~ Rabindranath Tagore     More Life Quotes

 

Eastern vs. Western Philosophy Wheel of Life Vadim Kotelnikov (personal webpage) 1000ventures.com

Ten3 Business e-Coach: whay, what and how The Wheel of Life Achievement Management The Fun Factor Learning Love to Live Health Building Successful Relationships Financial Success Be The Best Possible Balance Vadim Kotelnikov Ten3 Business e-Coach at 1000ventures.com

NLP Technology of Achievement

Balancing Your Wheel of Life

Draw a line across each category area that reflects your satisfaction with this area of your life right now.

  • What do I want?

  • Doublecheck: "Is that what I really want?"

  • What am I not paying enough attention to in my life right now?

  • What is the easiest first step I can take now in the direction of what I want?

  • Review your personal balance regularly.

 Life: One World One Way Many Paths

Life-Business Synergy  (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Life Is ...  (by: Mother Teresa)

Life Is About ...  (by: Nike)

Gurdjieff's Life Advices

45 Lessons Life Taught Me.  (by: Regina Brett)

 Self-Discovery   (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Identify Your Life Mission  (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Buddha's Path To Liberation

Words of Wisdom  (by: Dalai Lama)

21 Suggestions for Success  (by: Jackson Brown, Jr.)

I've Learned...  (by: Andy Rooney)

As I began to love myself  (by: Charlie Chaplin)

The 5 Reiki Affirmations  (by: Discover Reiki)

Top 10 Life Purposes  (by: Christopher Westra)

Combine Life Vision & Life Strategy  (by: Stephen Kraus)

Be the Best Possible  (by: Ten3 NZ Ltd.)

Illusion or Reality? Question Your Assumptions (by: Chris Westra)

Kids' Little Instructions on Life

 Happiness   (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Life Is Like a Cup of Coffee  (by: Unknown author)

Positive Emotions as the Key to Life  (by: Brian Tracy)

8-Step Emotional Transformation Recipe  (by: Chris Westra)

Happiness Advices

Happiness Quotes

 Success Secrets   (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Dale Carnegie's 10 Success Advices

2 Steps That Will Change Your Life  (by: Bruno Gideon)

Mentality Fengshui: 21 Rules  (by: Anthony Robbins)

The Law of Belief  (by: Brian Tracy)

The Golden Hour: Reflect On Your Goals  (by: Brian Tracy)

Memorization Problems: Solved!  (by: MIT)

Act From a Sense of Urgency  (by: Mike Litman)

Don't Quit  (A Poem by Unknown Author)

 Love  (By: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Jesus on Love

Love To Live  (by: Claudia Minden Weisz)

Stray Birds  (by: Rabindranath Tagore)

Love Quotes

 Health  (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Strong Relationships Are Good for Your Health  (by: Michele Ritterman)

7 Reasons To Drink Green Tea

11 Steps To Your Dream Body (by: Christopher Guerriero)

10 To Jump-Start Your Weight Loss  (by: Christopher Guerriero)

Humorous Health Quotes

  Creativity   (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

10 Secrets of Creativity  (by: Ten3 NZ Ltd.)

  People Skills  (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Effective Listening  (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

12 Rules of Effective Listening  (by: Geoffrey Nightingale)

Listening Quotes

Yoga 10-Step Guideline for Resolving Conflict  (by: Rama Vernon)

5 Tips for Parents  (by: Donald Trump)

Effective Leadership  (by: Vadim Kotelnikov)

Balance Your Family and Business Life

Learn to juggle your work and family. Even if you are in a very hard-hitting, high-powered position in your business, you do not have to sacrifice your family.

Take self-care measures and get creative about integrating your work and family life so you can be a successful leader and fulfill personal obligations.

Life-Business Synergy

Wise Listening: Three Levels

Decision as the Key to Transformation

Decision is the key to transformation. In his classic work, "Think & Grow Rich", Napoleon Hill stated that 98% of people are in the jobs they have through indecision, i.e. because they never made the decision about what they wanted to do in their lives in the first place. Indecision explains why many people feel that they have a life purpose, but have no idea what it is.

Identify Your Life Mission

 

 

Buddhism: The Wheel of Life

The Wheel of Life is a representation of the Buddhist teaching on the suffering and impermanence of cyclic existence.

The Wheel of Life in Buddhism

Dalai Lama of Tibet, the Winner of the Nobel Piece Prize, explains the differences between the Buddhist and Western approaches to life, "In modern Western society, there seems to be a powerful cultural conditioning that is based on science. But in some instances, the basic premises and parameters set up by Western science can limit your ability to deal with certain realities.

For instance, you have the constraints of the idea that everything can be explained within the framework of a single lifetime, and you combine this with the notion that everything can and must be explained and accounted for. But when you encounter phenomena that you cannot account for, then there's a kind of tension created; it's almost a feeling of agony.

In Western psychology there may be a tendency to overemphasize the role of the unconscious in looking for the source of one's problems. This stems from some of the basic assumptions that Western psychology starts with: for instance, they do not accept the idea of imprints being carried over from a past life. And at the same time there is an assumption that everything must be accounted for within this lifetime.

So, when you can't explain what is causing certain behaviors or problems, the tendency is to always attribute it to the unconscious. It's a bit like you've lost something and you decide that the object is in this room. And once you have decided this, then you've already fixed your parameters; you've precluded the possibility of its being outside the room or in another room. So you keep on searching and searching, but you are not finding it, yet you continue to assume that it is still hidden somewhere in the room!"

Karma Quotes How To Reduce Lying in this World: 8 NEVERs

"Buddhism can accept many of the factors that the Western theorists can come up with, but on top of that it would add additional factors. For example, it would add the conditioning and imprints from previous lives."2

Dharma Wheel and the Noble Eightfold Path

Hinduism: Aspiration for Balance

Hindu approach to the human life shows aspiration for balance. For example, the concept of four ashramas (stages of life) has been developed to actualize this need for balance.

 The same goal has the concept of three vargas (goals of life): artha (success, profit), dharma (consciousness development/ religious duty) and kama (love). In Hinduism these three purposes of life are seen as equal and essential to fulfill.

It is said that  artha, dhama and kama constitute the one way to moksha.

Islam: Leading a Balanced Life

A balanced life is the way of Islam. Islam teaches people not to be extremists: i.e. neither do too little nor do too much, but follow the Golden Balance. Islam teaches people not to be extremists: i.e. do neither too little nor too much, but follow the Golden Balance. Furthermore, it teaches people to seek a balance between various facets of life. There should be harmony and balance between all of the following goals:

  • Financial Goals

  • Religious Goals

  • Intellectual Goals

  • Social Goals

  • Family Goals

  • Personal Goals

  • Philanthropic Goals

  • Physical Goals3