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Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Is your glass always half full or are you one of those people who always find something to complain about?

There is a good side to every situation. Do you view your problems as opportunities ?

You cannot have the success without the failures my friends. Any experience can be transformed into something positive.

It all depends on the way you choose to look at .

What are your stumbling blocks ? Defeat can be stepping stones to victory if you remain determined.

With all of your adversities you can find the seeds of equivalent advantages. In every defeat there is a lesson showing you how to win the next time.

I ask you again....Is your glass always half full?

Your friend, coach and mentor,

Ingrid Camacho

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Most people who have a goal succeed. Without a goal there is no is no achievement.

If you are to accomplish anything in a big way a definitive objective must be established.

The first step to getting the things you want out of life is this. Decide what you want. The world will turn aside and let you pass if you know where you are going.

Goals give you a starting place and a destination. Determine what you want. Decide on your major objections, targets, and destination.

I used to struggle with goal setting. I was always the one who procrasticated and let my thoughts wonder about how I was going to accomplish my goals. I worried more about the how then the actual goal.

Last year I decided to go on faith and set a goal and not worry about how I was going to get it accomplished. I set the goal and put a plan into action and ended up meeting my deadline.

You can plant your own dream, with a goal.


Your friend, coach and mentor,

Ingrid Camacho

Monday, December 20, 2010

M-L-M Success - See The Big Picture!

We all get in a position at times in our lives where it's hard to see the forest for the trees. That's why it's an important daily habit to step back and look at the big picture.

Self-improvement is continual, gradual, daily change. The problem is, it takes daily focus - which most people tend to lose.

When there's an unexpected crisis, THEN it's easy to focus. You handle the danger on the spot. But when a bad situation develops little by little, day after day, we're often not really aware of the problem until it's too late.

If that situation sounds familiar to you, then it's REALLY important that you see the big picture. Life demands your focus. If you aren't in the daily habit of focusing, then life will send some pain your way to get your attention.

It's a lot less stressful to make life changes on your own schedule, avoiding that crisis. When you look at the big picture and see changes you'd like to make, you can start making them gradually, which is much more pleasant than having life force those changes on you.

Sometimes, even gradual change can be difficult because of the way others see you. If that is the case, then THAT is a good place to start. Think through a plan that will put you in a position where other peoples' preconceived notions don't matter to you - so that all that really matters is what YOU think. Then work that plan on a daily basis. Make it a habit, and make it reality.

Self-improvement is something we all need to do, every day. Avoiding it doesn't work. Instead, step back. Look at the big picture. Which life problem area stands out? Is it something you really want to change? OK. Start. Make a plan and work your plan every day. EVERY day!

Before you know it, you will be a different person. You'll be especially proud of the changes you made in yourself. And this will make you a happier person.

To Your Success,

ingrid camacho

"Be A Mentor With A Servant's Heart!"

Saturday, December 18, 2010


The courage to begin separates dreamers from achievers.

Your difficulty and the difficulty of everyone who ever desires to achieve anything worthwhile comes in the movement.

Don't always be intending to live a new life but never find a time to begin living it.

Most people fail because they never get started ( the GREENS). They don't go they don't overcome inertia, they just never begin.

Begin to free yourself at once by doing all that is possible with the means you have.

As you proceed in this spirit, the way will open for you to do more. The worst you can do is get ready to get ready!

I once knew a man by the name of Robert. Robert was one of those kinds of people who always had to make sure everything is perfect before he could start any kind of project. I remember working on a homework assignment with Robert and he would keep going through and analyzing everything to death! I just wanted to get the darn project started, and if we needed to make changes along the way then we could make the necessary ajustments. I told Robert " when you are ready to get started then give me a call and I will be over to help". Three days went by and finally he called to say he was ready to begin. It took us another five days to finish the project and along the way we did need to make many adjustments.

The Green personalities are the ones who are always getting ready to get ready! The Blue personalities are the ones who begin at once and make adjustments along the way. There are two other personalities Yellow and Red.


Your mentor and coach,

Ingrid Camacho

Thursday, December 16, 2010


All successful people became successful, because they gave some talent or ability in the service of others.

You can contribute in some way to others, no matter how small your talent. My friend Liane is a whiz at Twitter, and she gladly helps me with all my questions.

No one achieves success without being of service, and Liane know this because I have seen her help many people. When we help others we become better teachers and leaders.

Service is the essence of success! So I ask you this question....Who have you served today?

Your coach and mentor,

Ingrid Camacho

Tuesday, December 14, 2010


If life hands you a handful of lemons then don't complain about it,but instead fix up some lemonade and sell it to those who are thirsty from all that complaining.

Wally Amos, the man whom many consider to be the father of the gourmet cookie industry, has turned lemons into lemonade so often in his life that in his official portrait he holds a pitcher in one hand and a glass of lemonade in the other. A perennial optimist, Amos refuses to acknowledge that obstacles are anything other than stepping-stones to success. In a career that has spanned several decades, he has made it to the pinnacle of success several times, only to lose everything and be forced to start over. But he’s never lost faith. "You have to have the trust and faith to let go and not agonize," he says. "Don’t waste your time worrying. Worry is not preparation. Analyze the situation and focus on solutions. There is always an answer.

How many times have you sat there worrying and stressing over something that you may not even be able to contol at that moment in time. I know I sure have. There was a time when I didn't know how we were going to come up with the money to pay our utlilies, and so I found myself stressing to the point of tears. My son then told me to sit down and write out some solutions that we could put into place. I took his advice and the solutions worked!

Your friend and mentor,

Ingrid Camacho

Monday, December 13, 2010


Opportunity is everywhere. Everyday we are presented with countless opportunities to do whatever we like. We all have the same 24 hours in a day.

Don't miss out on an opportunity because you're not prepared.

Your preparation is absolutely essential. To achieve success, you must have self discipline. To make more you must grow into the person that will attract the right kind of people who are looking for you.

You must increase your knowledge and develop your skills.

You're always at the right place at the right time when you're prepared.


Your friend and mentor,

Ingrid Camacho

Saturday, December 11, 2010


When adversity overtakes you, it pays to be thankful it wasn't worse instead of always worrying about what could have been.

There are few things in life that are as bad as they seem at first. Dealing with adversity begins with analyzing and accepting your situation for what it is. When you realize that things are not nearly as bad as they might seem, you have taken the first step toward working your way through the challenge. You will never be asked to carry a heavier load than you can bear. When I find myself feeling this way, I reach out and volunteer my time to someone else in need, and then my challenges don't seem to be that bad at all.

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho

Friday, December 10, 2010


Your life will always be to a large extent what you make of it. The mold to your success and fortune are in your hands.

You cannot do everything, but you can do something everyday, it's called using the slight edge.

You choose your thoughts and actions. If you believe you can make 10 calls a day, then you will make ten calls that day.

Nobody can do it for you. Nobody will do it for you. You have to make it happen.

You can live your dreams if you take responsibility for your actions and believe you can make those 10 calls a day.

I believe in you!

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho

Thursday, December 9, 2010


There are a few occasions during our brief time on earth when most of us experience great flashes of insight, great moments of truth that forever change the course of our lives. Most of those experiences result from spectacular failures, not from outstanding successes. It is from the failures that so chagrined and dismayed us that we learn the most lasting lessons. When you are the unwilling recipient of a great moment of truth, extract the useful lessons and then put the entire episode behind you. Learn from your failures, forget about them, and move on to better things. Failure can be a good thing as it gives us a chance to rework our plan and even make it better.

Ingrid Camacho