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How to Talk to Your Future Self

4 09 2006

Self Talk

Here’s how to get in touch with every talent, every ability you ever wanted for yourself, even if you’re convinced you don’t have a shred of ability in that area.

Physicists and mystics agree that all of time co-exists simultaneously. The way we experience time, with one moment following another moment after another moment, is (they say) an illusion. In reality, all moments of time are hanging around together, and our consciousness is threading its way through and among those moments of time.

(Just stay with me for a bit longer, and we’ll be past all this theoretical stuff.)
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Success Blog Carnival v001 | Sept 04, 2023

4 09 2006

Welcome to the September 4, 2023 edition of The Success Blog Carnival… which happpens to be our INAUGURAL Blog Carnival!!

This Blog Carnival will feature the best in Success and Achievement type blog articles. If you would like yours to be considered, please use the submit link at the end of this article. Thank you for reading and thank you for submitting.

Aleksandr Kavokin, MD, PhD presents How do they make a guinea pig out of you? Part 2 posted at RDoctor Medical Portal, saying, “how do they test the drugs on you.”

Brian Kim presents The Myth of Thinking Big posted at Brian - Invest in Yourself and Make It Happen.

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Are you an Optimist or a Pessimist?

3 09 2006

glass half full

Is the glass half full or half empty? Will this product, policy, strategy work or fail? Can I really achieve my dreams or am I living in fantasy-land?

These and hundreds of other questions are asked every day by well meaning and hard working people.

Lionel Tiger in his great book, Optimism, the Biology of Hope, written over forty years ago discusses how optimism impacts a person’s attitudes, outlook, success and health. He suggests that people who are less optimistic about life, the present and the future tend to get sick more frequently and often die sooner. In the book, Learned Optimism by Segleman, he discusses how each of us begins every project, activity, task, relationship, career etc. with either a YES or a NO or a YES I can and I will or NO I can’t and I won’t in their hearts. Read the rest of this entry »

Learning How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

2 09 2006

It’s easy to forget just how powerful our subconscious minds can be. We are often completely unaware of how our actions (or inactions) are affecting our lives. We may complain that things never work out for us, we have bad luck, or we just don’t have what it takes to be successful. What we fail to realize is that we are actually creating our own circumstances through subconscious self-sabotage. In order to overcome self-sabotage we first have to use conscious awareness to explore our emotions and fears, and understand how they influence our actions. Once we have determined the cause of the destructive behavior, we can then take steps to prevent it from happening in the future.

What’s really happening when we sabotage ourselves? Subconsciously, we may be frightened by a particular outcome, even though we say we want it. Take, for example, losing weight. Many overweight people have struggled for years, tried diet after diet, and still can’t lose the weight (or keep it off). They berate themselves, push themselves harder, and try to force the weight off. But what’s happening beneath the surface? Do they really want to lose their excess pounds? Read the rest of this entry »

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