I am re-reading the beginning of our book which has been on hold for awhile. This is the beginning of the book, which I can say makes me think about my own path. Let us know what you think.
As we start trying to become healthier and wealthier, we should look at how the way . . . → Read More: Create Your Own Path
Forgiveness is the key ingredient. First, we must find a way to forgive ourselves. Otherwise resentment, anger and bitterness will find their way into our life. This will destroy our lives. Forgiveness is the necessary element to healing and happpiness. . . . → Read More: Unintentional Collateral Damage
I have read a lot of positive thinking articles and books that tell you if you can empty your mind of all thoughts then you have control of your mind and are in control of your thoughts. I have tried many techniques to accomplish this: meditation, ten minutes of quiet mind each day, relaxation and breathing exercises, etc. None of these techniques and exercises working very well that particular night. . . . → Read More: Control Your Thoughts – “CLEAR!”
We are what we think and what we are feeling. . . . → Read More: Positive thoughts every night
Rather than getting irritated when interruptions occur, I can see them as positive opportunities. . . . → Read More: Interruptions
The “law of attraction” states that your thought frequencies mesh with the frequency of the Universe. If your frequency is emanating negative thoughts and beliefs, the Universe will respond by sending to you negative situations. On the flip side, if your frequency is emanating positive thoughts and beliefs, the Universe will respond by sending you positive situations. . . . → Read More: Mind over Matter
No matter what you have been thinking or feeling, your power to create something new is NOW. . . . → Read More: Daily Teachings from “The Secret”
This philosophy works great while the company is making money, has a great reputation and has work constantly appearing at their door. When the work starts to wane, somebody damages their reputation, or work stops coming in, the company then tends to drop this philosophy and starts to look around to “Blame” someone or something. . . . → Read More: Learn, don’t Blame
Once I read the description of unintended consequences, I thought of other unintended consequences that have affected us recently. . . . → Read More: Unintended Consequences
Thinking positively can be difficult at times. My former manager told me think “how” instead of “what if”. I think this is a great example of how to think positively. It eliminates the thought of failure from your head and provides the ideal mindset to get things done.
For example, if i wanted to get . . . → Read More: Don’t Ask “What If?”, Ask “How?”