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Monthly Archive for February, 2012

When we cannot find the resolution to a situation, change the underlying question. What we focus upon, is what we will find.

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However, to remain in control of your emotions and not frustrated allows you to focus on the issue and move towards resolution in a quick and controlled fashion.

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We drag our feet and use excuses like I have not had my morning coffee. Have you noticed that after you get started you do not have a problem continuing. To spark your emotions do something physical.

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It wasn’t about philosophy, advertising, analyzing reports, to make the business a success requires doing that which creates an income over and over again.

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Remember that the focus is still on the subject, being broke. Focus on the direction you want to achieve. Watch the vocabulary used and never look on, think about the results you do not want, only the result you do.

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The past is past, the future is not here yet, and all there is now! The past cannot be re-lived; the future is not ours until it becomes the present.

You are not your past. Even if your past has been fantastic and totally successful it is the past

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Can you change how you felt in the various situations you were in today? How? You can change how you feel in the snap of your fingers. Yes it is possible!

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Changing your focus, the vocabulary you use, and how you use your physiology will change how you feel. Changing even one part of these will change your emotions.

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We all have tough situations! If we didn’t we would not be alive. The sad part here though is stress is the number 1 killer. Do whatever you can to eliminate stress

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Being aware of what is not working, you have the opportunity to analyze the results and make adjustments. If the shipmaster discovers the ship is off course, he is able to adjust the sails to get back on track.

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