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How To Eliminate Fear And Worry

How To Eliminate Fear And Worry

One effective way to eliminate worry and fear over the long term is to meditation. Meditation creates a sense of self-mastery, inner stillness, and stability. Research even shows that meditation actually changes your mind’s inclination to feel negative emotions like hope, optimism, and gratitude.

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Importance Of Health Care

Importance Of Health Care

Today people all over the world are acknowledging that health plays an utmost important role in our routine life. It is an essential item to lead a good and happy life. A healthy body will bring success and wealth to people. Conversely, a sick people who possesses a weak body is unable to enjoy his success and wealth. Hence, his life will definitely be meaningless.

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Assets Are A Trap

Assets Are A Trap

You pay for your assets twice. Once in cold cash, and again in the limitations they place on your ability to make decisions to change your life.

We are all conditioned to believed that the game of life is won by the person who has the most assets when they finally bite the dust. “He Who Dies With The Most Toys Wins” – you’ve seen the bumper sticker, but nothing could be further from the truth. I find assets are a burden to life. The more assets I have, the more time I spend worrying about losing them, and the less time I spend having fun with my life – doing what I really want to do.

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Control Your Life Or Someone Else Will

Control Your Life Or Someone Else Will

You can play the good sailor and float through life, being pulled here and there by others who will use you to fulfill their own dreams. Or you can decide what YOUR dreams are, and start figuring out what YOU must do to make them come true. Try being the master of your own destiny by exercising some control over what you work at in life. Later, when you look upon your accomplishments with pride, you will be glad that you exerted yourself.

How To Build Self Esteem

How To Build Self Esteem

Behavioral scientists say you will never let yourself have more health, happiness, or success than you feel you deserve. Wow! This means that right this minute you are attracting what you feel worthy of having. Chew on that awhile! So the common denominator for getting all the good stuff in life – health, wealth, good relationships, and even longevity – is self-esteem.

Self-esteem fluctuates over time. You and I are constantly measuring ourselves against our past successes and achievements. If there is a discrepancy between what we’re already done and what we still want to do, or if we don’t continue to achieve our goals, then our self-esteem may falter. Happily, if we learn to talk lovingly to ourselves and surround ourselves with people who truly love and support us, their words and acts of encouragement eventually will sink into our brains and boost our self-esteem.

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It’s Never Too Late

It’s Never Too Late

In 1996, the first of the baby boomers turned 50 years old. This means that there are tens of thousands of people going to work realizing that they have spent the last 20 years of their lives in a profession or job that they never really liked. They wound up there because of money, family, greed, insecurity, or just plain ignorance. I will bet 20 or 30 years ago, all they were thinking about was how to get a job that would feed them. By 50, most of these boomers have seen some of the world, their interests are more varied, and they’re figured out, at least MOST, of the major problem they were thinking about in their twenties. Knowing what they know now, they probably would have chosen a different career path, but they figure it’s too late now….is it?

It’s never too late to change. It’s never too late to make your life even more worthwhile. By the time you reach 50 or 60, you have a good chance of making it to 80 and even 90 years of age. For a 50 year old, that can mean 40 more years of life. And you might as well be doing what you really to be doing in the last 40 years of your life if you didn’t have the chance to do it in the first part of your life.

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Fear of Failure

Fear of Failure

My fear of failure was one of the biggest obstacles I had to overcome to achieve something worthwhile with my life. By being so afraid of failing, I did everything on the safe side. I followed as a consequences, my first business were crashing failures. I ran my business like I had been taught to back in school, thinking that would guarantee my success. Boy I was wrong! I followed the book instead of following my instincts, and it took failed business to unlearn everything I had been taught.

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Evolution Of Technology

Evolution Of Technology

In our fast changing society, too many people are afraid that if they are not using the latest technology they will be left in the dust – selling apples on street corners instead of making a killing by standing up with the virtual pack.

In a consumer society like ours, this fear is absurd. The truth is, the longer you hold out on acquiring some new technological whiz-bang product, the better off you will be when you finally do buy the next generation of products. Save your time, worry and aggravation, and let new technology pass you by for awhile. Then, when you are ready, the products will be better, cheaper, easier to use – and you will be fresh and excited about them – not jaded and cynical like the others who feel burnt because last year’s hot software isn’t worth a slice of toast anymore.

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How To Forgive Yourself

How To Forgive Yourself

Forgiveness is not for the person who offended you but it is for you. Often, in our anger toward another, we come to realize that the person we most need to forgive is ourselves. It is much harder mentally forgiving yourself than on anyone else.

Forgiveness doesn’t mean you have to deny what happened. You certainly don’t have to condone or forget the wrong. Rather, forgiveness is choosing to stop your vengeance from diminishing you by continuing to drag you down to someone else’s level.

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Invest In Yourself

Invest In Yourself

It amazes me that people give so much money to stockbrokers and investment Advisors. These people get all the fun of playing with your money, yet take none of the risk. All you get as an investor is the worry, and if you are lucky, a dividend cheque. Sure, some people make a killing pork bellies, but most investors wind up eating Rolaids for breakfast.

Money should be used to get all you can out of life. I don’t believe that you can do that by turning your money and investment decisions over to someone else. Many of us unhappy with the way the world is, yet we give our money to those people running it in the same old way. If you have an idea, something you believe would make the world a better place than put your money in it. Forget the investors, invest in yourself.

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Please Yourself

Please Yourself

So many of us grow up with the statement of self sacrifice and putting others first, that we don’t know where to draw the line in our own lives. This may sound like heretical Me Generation propaganda, but it is true. Just because you help yourself doesn’t mean you forget everyone else – you just put yourself in the pictures, too.

I believe ion helping others, but I also know there are times when trying to please others hurts you and indirectly them, in the long run. It is like a boomerang. You have to throw it, it won’t throw itself. You have to be the nicest to yourself first in order to be nice to others. If I am not happy in what I am doing, I cannot be joyful and helpful to others around me.

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Bigger Is Not Always Better

Bigger Is Not Always Better

Most of us grew up believing that in business, the larger your company grew, the better for all concerned. It still seems to be the prevailing sentiment among the business community, despite thousands of examples of companies that have grown too fast, too soon – then failed. When I first desk in a one bedroom apartment. I was overjoyed when my business grew to over 30 employees in just three years. It was great for my ego, I found, but bad for my soul.

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