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Believe You Me

Believe You Me

Belief in yourself and belief in your own ability to be, do, or have whatever you desire, is ultimately what will get you to that point. Have you ever listened to the people who have accomplished amazing things in this life?  I mean really listened to them? Whether it's an athlete who wins an award or championship trophy, a movie star who accepts an Oscar, or the kid who takes 1st place in the 8th grade science fair,  they all sound a lot alike when describing their monumental achievements. They say things like, "No one thought I [...]

The Law of Attraction Made “Easy”

The Law of Attraction Made “Easy”

Anytime that someone promises to make something sound easy for you, it usually means one of only two things; either it’s really, really hard and they’re just trying to soften the blow or it’s not being explained often enough in such a way that it can be understood and practiced effectively. In the case of the law of attraction, it is the latter scenario that prompted this writing. While there is a lot of information out there that certainly can benefit you regarding the law of attraction  if you can get your hands on it, there is [...]

Go Time

Go Time

If any of you have ever tried visualization as a sole source for accomplishment, then you realize by itself it really doesn't work.  The same can be said for repeating affirmations or making sure you hold positive thoughts.  These are all great, and they are definitely a big part of the process.  But your mind cannot get you where you want to be in your life unless you engage some other parts of your body. Let me say it this way; if all you do is sit around and visualize, even when your image is vivid, and loaded with emotion, if you [...]

See What You Get?

See What You Get?

You have no doubt heard the phrase, "what you see is what you get".  You may have even used it before.  If you have, you were probably describing a scenario where someone was physically observing something, thinking that there might be more to it, but alas, they were seeing everything there was to see. If you're a little older, you may remember The Flip Wilson Show, where comedian Flip Wilson would dress up like a woman to play the role of Geraldine.  He would always say "what you see is what you get" as he attempted to explain away the [...]