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The Karma Gym And Viral Smiling

23 08 2006

Hello it’s Hypnotherapist Richard MacKenzie from the UK, here with another great article for you to get sunk right into and use to change your life to achieve the existence of your dreams! And remember if you like this article and it helps you, why not forward it on to friends and family members just to show them how much you care.

So today I want to talk about Karma, but not just any old Karma. I want to talk about contagious Karma! I want to cover how we as humans can become contagious with happiness, love, peace, respect, abundance and much much more.

Just do me a favour and remember those happy times from childhood. Remember the first time that you saved you pocket money to by a gift for a friend of your parents. Remember how great and exciting this new experience felt. Remember the times when you were running around in the playground or in the meadows with your friends or siblings and laughing so hard in hurt.
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If you Want to be Rich, First Stop Being so Frightened.

22 08 2006

Get Rich

Felix Dennis, publishing tycoon, has written a guide to becoming a multi-millionaire. All you need is thick skin, cunning - and a work ethic

Why would a rich person waste time writing a book to help other people get rich? Two reasons. Because I enjoy writing about something I feel I know about. And because I believe that almost anyone of reasonable intelligence can become rich, given sufficient motivation and application.

It also helps that I am writing while sipping a very fine wine (a Chateau d’Yquem 1986, if you really want to know), nibbling on fresh conch tidbits, ensconced by a window with one of the most beautiful views on earth. Read the rest of this entry »

Left Brain Override - The Breakthrough Moment in my Career

22 08 2006

left brainAs a practicing clinical psychiatrist for more than twenty years before going into executive coaching and consulting, I used different parts of my brain/mind whenever I was evaluating a patient for a medication vs. empathizing with their internal world. Maybe others could do it, but in all those years I never fully integrated the evaluative and empathic ways of listening to people, but I was able to coordinate them. Over time, I was able to empathize with patients and “feel” what they felt and then could pause, change gears and know what medication might help ease the way they made me feel.

If the hairs on the back of my head stood up, I would think anti-psychotic medication Read the rest of this entry »

Mentoring is a Key to Career Success

22 08 2006

In the past year I have been asked by three Fortune 100 companies to give multiple presentations on mentoring — does that tell you this might be an important topic?

Here is the hard truth: your career is your responsibility. We no longer live in a business world of guaranteed employment - at the most all a company will offer you is “employability” (i.e. training and experience for the next job you move on to). So if you want to move ahead and succeed – you do NOT need a mentor… you need a vast network of “Power Mentors” to help you on your way.
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Understanding the Law of Attraction

22 08 2006

Law of AttractionYou likely know someone who is a great at manifesting. You may even have felt somewhat jealous of that person because it appears they have everything, seemingly getting these things with little effort as if they were born under a lucky star. Well, it may be that they very well were born with the knowledge of manifesting already intact. I say this because I believe once we learn something in another life (Yes, I believe in past lives, parallel existences) it is not lost, and that we can choose to bring those talents with us as we move into a new life experience.

Attracting abundance is knowledge. As any other skill people have, manifesting is no different from playing the piano or flipping pancakes in the air. How good you are at it depends on how efficient you have become at performing it. Read the rest of this entry »

The Law of Attraction and your Personal Tributaries

21 08 2006

Personal Tributaries

Its been a couple weeks since I have thrown some thoughts your way, and while working out tonight on the elliptical, while reading a great book, I came across some great thoughts.

One. Whatever you think about, either positive or negative… the more of that you get in your life. This goes for things that you think that you WANT, and for things that you think that you DON’T want. Regardless, you are gonna get more of what you place your focus on. It is the Law of Attraction.

Right now, DON’T think of the color blue. Just dont think of that color, think of any color except Blue. Its nearly impossible.

If you are always thinking “Why cant I attract the person of my dreams? Why can’t I find someone to love me? Why do I always mess up these relationships?” You are going to be attracted to more of the same.

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Mental Alchemy

21 08 2006

Back in the Middle Ages, alchemists sought to transform base metal into gold. They searched for an elusive substance, the philosopher’s stone, which would bring about this conversion, known as alchemy. However, to initiates of the ancient mystery schools, alchemy was primarily an allegory for the real work of spiritual and mental alchemy.

Spiritual alchemy is the process of transforming a less evolved soul personality into a more refined one. The founders of all major religions have attempted to expedite this transformation by providing rules to help people achieve this goal and also lead happier and more productive lives.

Enlightenment, illumination, and the perfection of the soul all point to this ultimate goal. Mystics from all religions have studied the universal laws to speed up this process, which they believe occurs over many lifetimes.

Mental alchemy is the process of transmuting your Read the rest of this entry »

A quicker and dirtier guide of branding yourself

20 08 2006

You have heard of a quick and dirty way of branding yourself from our resident contributor, Brian Ling aka Design Translator. In the first article, he first discussed the necessity and the know-hows to brand yourself in our competitive world. In this sequel, he proposes a quickier and dirtier strategy to brand yourself with a web 2.0 feel on your company logos.

Know thy enemy and know thyself, find naught in fear for 100 battles. Know thyself but not thy enemy, find level of loss and victory. Know thy enemy but not thyself, wallow in defeat every time.
- Sun Tzu

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Believe the Hype? - Making Millions Online

20 08 2006

Making MoneyHow much money can you make online? Are there really online millionaires?

Of course there are, but is it reasonable to expect that you can be one of them. Don’t let the hype surrounding the emergence of opportunities cause you to lose your common sense. Millionaires are made by effectively assessing the needs of a market and having a product or service that addresses those needs.

The internet can greatly expand your ways to sell products or services. Some people have been able to use this to make a great deal of money. Some companies that operate only on the net have made online millionaires of their founders.

Before the internet there were auctions, but no eBay. With thousands of items sold daily, each one making a profit for eBay, there is no doubt that the founders must be online millionaires.
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4 Rules For New Entrepreneurs - Practical Tips For Starting Right

20 08 2006

It’s a great time to be an entrepreneur—in the last decade, technology has leveled the playing field and propelled an entrepreneurial revolution. As an entrepreneur, you now have more access to information that enables you to make more intelligent choices more quickly. You have an advantage over big businesses in that you’re lighter, more flexible, and faster on your feet. You can target new markets more quickly, and you can turn on a dime.

But being a successful entrepreneur requires that you look at the big picture and follow a plan through from beginning to end. Rieva Lesonsky, editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur Magazine gives some practical guidelines that can help you when beginning your own enterprise:

1.Don’t Quit Your Day Job.
Consider starting your business part-time, especially if it’s online, while you’re Read the rest of this entry »

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