Deliberate Creation Rocks If You Know These 3 Steps

Goal Setting / June 28, 2015

You can use the Law of Attraction to create any desire, but you MUST be in a place of cooperating with the universe. Visualization can help you to do that, if you understand the 3 steps to deliberate creation. A lot of folks have focused on visualizing as the key to creating results using the Law of Attraction. Visualizing is a great tool, but maybe not for the reason that

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Play, It’s Serious Business, Seriously

Goal Setting / June 27, 2015

Today we’re going to talk about playing. Yeah, really, in “this economy”, “at a time like this” (insert your favorite excuse for not doing something here). I am writing about play because it’s one of those things that is so vital to your health and happiness, yet gets overlooked as “unnecessary” and “frivolous”. My hunch is that the people who describe vital functions such

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Internal and External Strategies for Creating the Life You Want

Innovation / June 15, 2015

The Large and Small of Goal Setting A client recently wrote to me, “It feels good to have little successes.” I reflected on that, because a lot of times in personal growth we speak about thinking big. We speak about getting out of the box, and setting challenging goals that will move us out of our past conditioning to live a commitment driven life. And obviously, there’s a place for that, I would

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The Parameters of Success

Goal Setting / June 8, 2015

Some people believed that success is measured through their material possession such as the amount they have in bank or their cash on hand, the quantity of accumulated wealth, fame, prestige, respect and achievements. But life is not always that becoming. Those people who have financial or career success sometimes have failed in their personal relationships. Like in my own experience.

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Blushing and Low Confidence – How to Stop Blushing

Innovation / June 8, 2015

Why do people blush, and is it something they can control? People blush because it’s caused by their natural mentality, one which tells them that a particular occurrence is embarrassing. So, why would a person be embarrassed? Because of many reasons, mostly those related to criticism, rejection, anticipation, social anxiety, low self-esteem and self-perceived inadequacy. A person who tends

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Thank God For James McAvoy

Innovation / May 26, 2015

Have you seen the movie “Wanted” with Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy yet? I admit, I’m an avowed fan of both those two, so I ran right out on opening weekend to see it. Our main man, Wesley Gibson (McAvoy) was a nervous, wussy wimp stuck, stuck, stuck in a drab, drab world, not able to stand up for himself with his friends, co-workers or boss, suffering anxiety attacks, running out of money and generally

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How To Stop Procrastinating Right Now

Goal Setting / May 21, 2015

Tired of procrastinating? It’s thought that 95% of all people procrastinate at some time, delaying tasks because they feel too difficult or trying. But using avoidance strategies like checking Facebook or ringing a friend increases the sense of stress and anxiety, and provides no real answer to the problem you’re facing. The fastest way to gain emotional and mental

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Why Guys Need to Be Ambitious Even After They Have Entered Into a Relationship?

Goal Setting / April 28, 2015

Most guys lose their ambitions whenever they have entered into a relationship and this can be the beginning of chasing away women. You got to realize that after you have entered into a relationship, you need to sustain it and one of the ways of doing so is by being ambitions. Ambition can be defined in four different ways. One of the ways of defining ambition is having earnest desire

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How to Be Assertive – Advance Your Career by Being Assertive

Innovation / April 28, 2015

Knowing how to be assertive in the workplace is a great advantage for you. After all, the big bosses won’t care about your attendance record or how well you make coffee. They’re more interested in, and are more likely to remember, employees who are determined and carry out their own ideas. It doesn’t matter whether you’re at work or at a doughnut shop. Learning how to be assertive

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Here Comes the Tiger!

Goal Setting / April 23, 2015

If the door opened right now and a big ferocious tiger wandered in, what would you do? There are three basic responses that people might choose: RUN – Some people would turn and flee as quickly as their legs would take them in the other direction. They might climb on top of something or try to find a place to hide but their fear would definitely put them in a retreat

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