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e-Coaching For Cash! – Start your own online coaching business

e-Coaching For Cash! – Start your own online coaching business
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how can develop positive thinking?

How can i stop thinking of only the bad or negative side of my situation that is how can i see the bright side alone. And stop worrying about nothing.

Use phrases such as "I can," "I am willing," "It is possible" because it shows there is a way to accomplish whatever task at hand.

Use words that evoke feelings of strength, happiness, and success. I know this sounds corny but it will really works. Don’t worry; you don’t have to tell anyone.

Write down the activities and things that make you feel fulfilled, happy, strong, and successful. If running, kickboxing, or writing make you feel better than you might want to pursue them. If you enjoy swimming, fashion and travel, sign up for the swim team, spend time studying fashion, and plan future trips. By engaging in the activities you enjoy, it puts you at ease and makes you happy.

Surround yourself with the things you love – artwork, photos, and furniture.

Don’t listen to people who can’t tell you that you won’t be successful. Challenge them.

Remember, there is someone that would love to have all things you have. Be thankful for your family and friends.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - September 20, 2017 at 1:44 pm

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Look And Feel Brand New With Modern Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

Cosmetic surgery has started to become tremendously common to young and aging people alike, making it a reason for the rise in medical students engaging and specializing in different areas to become cosmetic surgeons.
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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - September 19, 2017 at 1:28 pm

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The Secret: Not-so Secret, ‘secret’

When I was young Aladdin was my favourite story.  Just a casual rub-a-dub-dub on a little lamp and three wishes were mine.  Mmmm … the delectable choices one faced.  Would I silence my annoying siblings forever?  Should I turn the class smarty-pants into a moron?  Or maybe I’d transform that spotty little schoolboy sitting next to me into a cement toad. At the time these fantasies seemed like jolly good ideas but the one I always settled for was to make my parents magically grant my every wish in future.  Obviously I was born to ideas like those put forward in movies like The Secret.  

 

Everybody is talking about The Secret; from Oprah to business execs and even popular preachers have traded their cumbersome tomes for the lighter matters of the mind.  Daily my mailbox is flooded with ads for screenings or discussions about this movie’s disclosure of a previously hush-hush universal decree; The Law of Attraction. 

 

Quite simply this law makes the curious claim that any of us unenlightened plebeians can access Aladdin’s genie.  But instead of having to find that elusive lamp, this particular light-bulb moment is switched on by our thoughts and desires.  Taking it at face-value, apparently all I need to do is think about George Clooney and strongly desire him to desire me.  It doesn’t take a genius to know this is about as likely to happen as George Bush conducting a soulful meditation in an Indian ashram.

 

I’m aware that my cynical attitude may make it hard to accept but I am actually a believer.  My beef is the way the material is presented.  In an instant world, quick-fixes sell and this particular gift to instant wealth, health and happiness is somewhat misleading.  For starters, there’s nothing new about these ideas.  John Kehoe – he of mind-power guru fame – has been touting these principles for over thirty years and if one goes back further, Napoleon Hill – in his book Think and Grow Rich – kicked off this movement during the1930’s.

 

In fact contextualising these ideas as western concepts is the only thing that is new.  Ideas about the power of the mind have been with us since before ‘pa fell off the bus’ and there is far more to this story than conjuring up an instant orgasmic moment with a wealthy prince (or a needy princess for that matter).     

 

Regardless of how much you focus your thoughts and desires on creating a blissful life, the big despatch department in the sky will experience delivery delays if your feelings and actions contradict what you are thinking.  I know dozens of people who truly desire wealth but money eludes them.  These aren’t bad people but their scarcity-mentality deletes any thoughts of abundance. 

 

Beliefs in scarcity sabotage wishful thinking and these notions are located in the old baggage department of our memory, and most of us still believe them.

 

Today middle-class people are either the first- or second-generation to make good money.  Remember how our grandparents stored glass jars filled with ‘useful’ items like broken elastic-bands, kaput paper-clips and arbitrary bits of string.  Heaven knows what they intended to do with these ‘treasures’ but this is scarcity-mentality in action.  The bigger problem, however, is that this mentality is driven by fear.   

 

Like the good things in life, fear and scarcity also manifest themselves.  So from our ancestors we learnt ‘proven’ pearls of wisdom like ‘money doesn’t grow on trees’ and the value in current suffering so as to have some cash for shopping trips on rainy-days (or something to that effect).  Beliefs such as these are deeply buried in the subconscious mind and because we learnt them at a young age, we seldom questioned their validity.

 

This baggage adds up to the irrational belief that ‘I don’t deserve’ and not deserving a good life keeps showing up time and again.  So before we can become the magician creating that spectacular existence, those old closets standing in the way of the delivery conduit need to be dumped.  Author Wayne Dyer said: Abundance is not something we acquire; it is something we tune into.

 

One of the common criticisms levelled at movies like The Secret is that it focuses too much on money issues. ‘After all,’ these critics claim ‘shouldn’t there be more to life than money?’ But in my random research sample comments like these are made by people who are struggling to fill their coffers. Wealthy people don’t condemn those revealing the secret of financial abundance; perhaps this is because the money they’ve made allows them to pay attention to those more important things.

 

The Secret’s forerunner What the Bleep do we Know!? delves into the messy emotional issues causing our magic wand to become impotent.  Instead of appealing promises, this doccie makes the obvious connection between hating yourself, loathing your life and feeling more and more miserable.  

 

Trying to think positively while bemoaning life’s woes was described to me like coating a pile of cow-dung in whipped cream and covering it with sprinkle-spread to pretty-up the pie.  The proof of the pudding though is in the bleating because positive thinking is always obliterated by negative actions, like whining.

 

Instead of hosting pity-parties (those tedious ones about crime, corruption, traffic, taxis and all the other usual suspects) gurus like Kehoe suggest the unthinkable; start by being grateful for what you’ve got, even if it means beginning with the teeniest of things.

 

Another problem with movies like these is that they attempt to condense aeons of deeply considered philosophy into 90 minutes worth of sound-bytes.  Consequently vital information can appear glib and this leads devotees to mistakenly believe that the road-to-success is paved with the encrusted sweat of frenetic striving. 

 

If you are inspired to spend hours visualising your pristine Ferrari parked outside your opulent home, bear in mind that there are sects of Buddhism that believe striving just makes people miserable. 

 

Now I am not a supporter of the nobility-in-poverty notion and encouraging people to find righteous value in being poverty-stricken is an insult to their creative potential.  But, if you have fallen into the trap of ‘striving’, have you ever considered what you are striving for and, more importantly, have you asked yourself why?

 

Instead of focusing purely on material things The Bleep suggests taking the time and trouble to find out what you really want. When comb-over Trump was asked on The Apprentice why so few people live their passion his characteristically blunt response was: ‘because they are too darned lazy to find it’. 

 

Sadly many are striving to be happy but the field of ‘Positive Psychology’ shows that most are looking in all the wrong places.  The only thing that keeps us happy is knowing that our lives matter because we are making a difference. 

 

It’s just common sense that ‘gratitude-attitude’ (sorry to be twee, but this is what it’s known as) and finding a meaningful context within which to live create the simple foundation for leading a happy life.  Happiness contains potent energy and this is the power that propels the law of attraction into action.

 

Another illusion created by these philosophy-in-sound-byte documentaries is that success appears as an overnight phenomenon.  Biographies show how deceptive this is.  Success is not something that happens in an instant, it is a life-work created one step at a time.  Dealing with each challenge takes courage and by being ballsey in the face of our fears, confidence is built.  Feeling good is a side-effect of action; it’s not just a matter of convincing your mirror-image about how terrific you are.

 

If happiness provides the necessary thrust, it makes sense that this is the only foundation upon which to build a fulfilling life.  Once the foundation is in place then life can be decorated with many splendid things.  But, alas, life throws out some perplexing paradoxes and materialism is no exception; for the more our real needs are met, the less value we place on fancy things.

 

So indeed it would be really nifty if success was simply a matter of dreaming up a wish list that could be despatched by a celestial Mr Delivery on demand.  But as mere mortals the only hope we have of helping Lady Luck along is if we delete our habitual negative attitudes and align our thoughts, feelings and actions around what we want from this exhilarating adventure called life.  

 

I must confess though … as an author, the bit in The Secret about how to sell many thousands of books instantly is enormously appealing.  I’m currently working on sales of 15 million copies and you can bet your bottom dollar, I’ll keep you posted on this one!

Stephanie Vermeulen
http://www.articlesbase.com/motivational-articles/the-secret-notso-secret-secret-694882.html

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Amazing Coaching Diy Manual

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Rev Forrest - September 18, 2017 at 12:39 pm

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Business Coach for Massage Therapists Cary Bayer at AMTA Convention

Cary Bayer (http://carybayer.com/), the Business Coach for Massage Therapists, presents “Knowledge for Power and Success,” an inspirational keynote message for massage therapists at their American Massage Therapy Association National Convention.

Cary Bayer is a speaker, author, and Florida & New York life and business coach.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - September 17, 2017 at 12:10 pm

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Best Pheromone

The human sex pheromones that attract the opposite sex are found naturally in minute amounts in the perspiration of both men and women. The powerful effects of human sex pheromones have been well established and featured on major TV documentaries, such as, Dateline, 20/20, etc. Many articles about their discovery have appeared in medical journals and newspapers nationwide.

The drive to make effective contact with the opposite sex is inherent in all humans, and pheromones accentuate this natural tendency. Pheromones will add pizzazz to one’s social life. But the best pheromones don’t change anything they merely enhance what’s already there. Socializing becomes easier. If there is attraction, they can build on it. But people expect so much more than is possible with pheromones. And those high expectations sometimes cause people to give up on pheromones, because they miss the point on what they can really do.

The pig was the first mammals in which scientists detected the use of androstenone pheromones for sexual attraction. It was found in pig saliva. Once the female pig smelled the androstenone pheromone, she immediately assumed the position for copulation. The response did not require any other action by the male other than the presence of the pheromone.

Human Pheromones, like the pheromones of other animals influence the way that humans bond, mate,
raise their children and a number of other things. they can affect how often we will engage in sexual
behavior and with whom. These chemical signals are without smell and yet they affect almost every aspect of our behavior. Research has shown that there may be a correlation between being attractive and body odor.

It is time to begin enjoying life, whether you are married or not, by spraying yourself with the scientifically proven best pheromones available. No more Saturday nights alone. When you enter a party, the best looking females will be attracted to you. At least now you will know why this is occurring. With just a couple of blasts of the best pheromones available online, you will have too much attention, if that is possible.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by Staff Writer - September 16, 2017 at 11:16 am

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I been thinking negative and I been trying to be positive , how can I help myself to think positive?

It there any way to help me think positive?

Everything comes with its opposite. For every negative thought, there is a positive counter-thought. It sounds like you’ve been giving your attention and energy to your negative thinking, and neglecting the opposite. What you think creates your reality. As inventor Henry Ford once said, "Whether you think you can, or whether you think you can’t — you’re right.

You see, the so-called "negative" is not the only direction to look. When you find yourself thinking negatively, ask yourself if there is another way to see the situation. Focus on what you want rather than what you don’t want. If you spend most of your thinking energy on negative things, what do you expect you will create . . . more negative things. Why? Because that is where your focus is. All thought creates form on some level. The pattern of thinking negatively has become more normal for you. You have conditioned yourself to think negatively. If you hold a thought long enough, it will become a belief. If you believe that everything is negative, that is what you will see and create.

If you begin to resist those thoughts and instead turn to the opposite, more positive thought . . . in other words, what you want rather than what you don’t want – you will create a new pattern of thinking. If you hold those positive thoughts or ideas long enough, they will come beliefs. Once you expect positive things to come your way, you have created an avenue for them. Just as when you expect negative things, you create an avenue for them as well.

It sounds easy, but practicing that may be difficult, until soon positive thinking will become normal for you. Then when you see your life changing little by little and will understand that what you think – becomes your reality.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - September 15, 2017 at 10:50 am

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Testimonial for Success Coaching by Eddie Yu

http://www.successinyourlife.co.uk – Owen Leans testimonial on Eddie Yu's life and success coaching services.

Duration : 2 min 25 sec

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by mark - September 14, 2017 at 10:00 am

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Would you like a free session with either Maxim Haim or Sandhan

Limited Offer…Buy your copy of the Anti Stress book and receive a free half hour coaching session to help you deal with your stress…. or whatever else is going on in your life.

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