Here Are 7 Habits of Highly Successful People You Can Put to Use Today
“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” – Abraham Lincoln
One of the habits of highly successful people is to consistently pursue their goals. These people realize that as long as you stay consistent in your efforts, you will be successful.
Success brings confidence and a feeling of excellence that transmits positive energy to others. This aura can further propel you in the direction of your goals and dreams.
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How to take charge of your life
Is your life going in the direction you want? If not, what are you doing to shift your direction?
Most people allow life to take them along the path of least resistance which unfortunately is usually not the road to success.
There are simple methods you can use every day to put yourself into a more resourceful state. These methods will help you overcome negative thinking and emotions, giving you the power to bring about positive changes in your life.
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Many people have overcome the fear of failure – So can you!
“Forget about the consequences of failure. Failure is only a temporary change in direction to set you straight for your next success.” Denis Waitley
If you’re like most people you have memories of failure, on a test, in a competition, in a relationship, whatever. Sometimes those memories are so strong that they still hurt. If they do, those feelings can make the thought of failing again frightening, leading to a fear of failure. Continue reading
Here’s 7 steps to help you raise your self esteem
“Low self-esteem is like driving through life with your hand-break on.” – Maxwell Maltz
For some people a lack of or low self-esteem can be traced back to childhood. Parents, being human, mess up some times and don’t do the parenting thing very well. Some have a difficult upbringing or suffer through traumatic events. In cases like these a child’s self-esteem can suffer. Sometimes these low self-esteem issues follow us into adulthood as well.
How Your Self Esteem Can Affect You
Difficult events can affect the how you see yourself. For example, if you lose your job or your relationship, have financial difficulties or file bankruptcy, you may begin to believe that you have a dark cloud floating over you and it’s all your fault these bad things to happened.
This can damage your self-esteem.
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Want to Put the Law of Attraction to Work for You?
“The Law of Attraction states that whatever you focus on, think about, read about, and talk about intensely, you’re going to attract more of into your life.” – Jack Canfield
What are you attracting into your life? According to the law of attraction what you think about is what you receive.
If you think about limitations, you’ll encounter barriers that block you from achieving your goals. While this limiting mindset may stem from a difficult childhood, low self-esteem, or past failures, as long as you allow these barriers to exists you’ll never be able to live the life of your dreams.
You will attract what you think about. As long as you focus on past upsets and missteps you’ll never be able to feel good about yourself because you’ll fear failing again.
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Don’t let the fear of flying keep you grounded
Does the thought of stepping onto an airplane make you break out in a sweat? Do these thoughts cause your heart start to beat faster and your legs to become weak?
Did you know that it is estimated that 40 percent of the population have a fear of flying or suffer some degree of anxiety about getting into a flying machine? If you’re one of those people that have a severe a fear of flying and experience symptoms like rapid heartbeat, sweating, rapid breathing, and nausea, it’s time to take action.
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Exercise is a vital part of being mentally fit
We have a saying in the martial arts; mind, body, spirit. Your physical, mental and spiritual states are co-related. When all are working in harmony you become the being possible.
If you are unbalanced, experiencing situations that put a strain on your mental processes, it can make you feel stressed out and unable to make decisions. Becoming mentally fit can be difficult, but it’s much easier if you work on your physical fitness first.
By keeping your body strong and in good shape you are also developing the type of mental toughness needed to get you through your day and in today’s environment there has never been a more urgent need to do just that.
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Can eating a big breakfast can help you lose weight?
“When you wake up in the morning, Pooh,” said Piglet at last, “what’s the first thing you say to yourself?”
“What’s for breakfast?” said Pooh. “What do you say, Piglet?”
“I say, I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today?” said Piglet.
Pooh nodded thoughtfully. “It’s the same thing,” he said.” – A.A. Milne
Do you want to lose weight? If you do, many studies have found that people who eat a hearty breakfast and a lighter dinner tend to have lower levels of body fat. These same people are better able to lose weight and keep it off.
No matter how you eat, what and the amount you eat still matters more than when you eat it. So if you think you can eat more for breakfast and then lose weight you better think again.
While the above is true, reversing your typical eating pattern can give you many healthy advantages. If up to now you’ve been skipping breakfast and then coming home late at night to load up on snacks, you might want to give this new routine a try. Continue reading
How to create a more positive mental attitude!
“Choosing to be positive and having a grateful attitude is going to determine how you’re going to live your life.” – Joel Osteen
Do you want to get more out of life? If you do, developing a more positive mental attitude will go a long way to improving the quality and, according to some medical professionals, the quantity of your life.
According to the Chicago tribune, “Research from the Harvard School of Public Health (first reported in 2001) links a more optimistic outlook with a lowered risk of heart disease in older men and University of Pittsburgh researchers report that optimistic women have less thickening of the carotid artery walls. That Women’s Health Initiative Study (first reported in 2009 in an American Heart Association journal) suggests that a positive mental outlook is associated with reduced evidence of coronary heart disease and total mortality in postmenopausal women.”
In other words, having a positive mental attitude is good for your health and life!
While nobody can guarantee that having a more positive attitude will keep you young and healthy, you can be assured that having a positive mental will go a long ways to helping you feel good about life!
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Stop negative thinking and develop a positive attitude!
Do you find negative thoughts constantly bubbling out of your mind? Do these thoughts make it’s seem like you’re viewing the world through dark, dreary filters?
You can stop negative thinking and replace it with a positive mental attitude. By undergoing a change in your disposition you’ll feel a lot better about yourself plus you’ll start getting more positive results.
When you stop your negative thinking, you’ll start changing your results. Continue reading