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By John P. Strelecky, Tim Brownson

Do you are feeling caught on your existence? Do you're feeling such as you have a wealth of untapped power? Do you frequently consider beaten? Do you are feeling like existence is passing you through? The questions you wonder and others dictate the standard of your lifestyles. This ebook will allow you to ask larger questions and make lasting switch. forty two stand by myself chapters make this e-book a worthy source for anyone desirous to enhance the standard in their lifestyles. Written with humor and designed for self-development fans and rookies alike.

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Maybe I‟m fooling myself and should really be worrying myself sick about kidney disease, but I guess I‟ll have to learn to live with my naivety. Question: What does news add to your life? 37 Don’t Ask Stupid Questions There Are No Stupid Questions 17 “There are many ways to be free. ” I love the topic of reality; it‟s so subjective that I find it absolutely fascinating. It‟s one area of our lives where we have complete control and where we decide what is real to us. Of course society has a habit of imposing limitations on each one of us if we allow it to.

Realism is for accountants. TIMEBOUND. For those of you that have ever worked in sales you will know that the one thing that kills more deals (that appear to be going well) than anything else is the time element. If there is no time limitation then deals don‟t get done because there is always something more urgent for prospects to attend to. The same applies to goals. If you set a goal of losing 20lbs with no time limit then you have given yourself carte blanche to do nothing because starting next week will always do.

However, with excessive use, they send the wrong message to our unconscious mind, a message that says we have no other option or choice here and that we are not even in control anymore. ” It nearly always generates a momentary look of confusion, because they‟ve never even considered that before. I must point out, I usually say that when I‟ve heard the client use several of these phrases (for the interested amongst you they are called model operators of necessity in the NLP field) and I can see a pattern forming.

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