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Chris Widener

Chris Widener is an American author, businessman, public speaker and television host. Jim Rohn once referred to him as "the leader of a new generation of personal development and leadership experts."

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Mar 30, 2010

Give Bad Habits the Boot!

Everybody has bad habits. Everybody. Now, granted, some people have less than others and some people’s bad habits are more grating than others, but we all have them.

Mar 22, 2010

Four Core Values that Guarantee Success

At a British Columbia leadership conference at which I recently spoke, former United Nations Ambassador Alan Keyes gave a brilliant speech and challenged the audience with this idea: the only way

Mar 12, 2010

How to Guarantee a GREAT Day, Every Day

Every Monday morning I have a standing radio interview I enjoy very much. But you can imagine that it can become routine.

Mar 4, 2010

Getting Over Fear and On with Your Life

Fear is something that cripples people and keeps them from pursuing and reaching their dreams. This does not have to be so! I truly believe that a person does not have to have fear in their life.

Feb 23, 2010

Happiness Is Yours for the Taking

Happiness. The pursuit of so many. In fact, we are known in America as those who live for “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” But so many seem without happiness. Why is this?

Jan 24, 2010

Are You in It to Win It?

Have you ever heard, “It isn’t whether you win or lose; it is how you play the game”? I’m sure you have. But do you know who said it?