How Can I Become Prosperous?

May 7, 2009 by  
Filed under Prosperity

money1Is there something in your life that you’ve been wanting to change, but haven’t been able to? If you are asking the question How can I change my life, then you have made the all important first step, which is to search for an answer.

There are only two real changes we all want to make. We either want to change the way we feel about something or someone, or we want to change our behavior. Often we avoid making a change because we fear the change will be more painful than remaining who or where we are.

So we put it off waiting for some external condition to initiate the change for us. This is how people end up with the same problems they had ten or twenty years ago.

Many people are keen on changing the conditions and circumstances of their lives, but NOT so eager to change their own self. The truth is, all change starts within ourselves.

Change does not come down to your whether you can do it ability, but whether you WILL do it. If your motive is strong enough you will do any and everything necessary to change. Therefore it is critically important to not only know exactly WHAT you want to change, but to also know WHY you MUST change.

Our culture teaches us that making significant changes takes a long time and is difficult to do. This is simply NOT true. Change happens in an instant. It is not a process it is something you do in an instant by simply making a decision.

So, what can you do to change your financial situation?

  1. Step one is to admit your situation.
  2. Step two is to stop worrying and get motivated to make a change. How? Realize that every change you have ever made in your life really happened in a moment. What took time was to finally get yourself to the point where you came to a decision to DO something.
  3. Step three is to immediately begin to take action consistent with your decision, and continue taking action until you produce the results you are after.

Just make a real decision and your actions will flow from it. Just thinking about something you want to change will remain a dream unless you commit to your decision and a course of action. It is in your moments of decision that your entire destiny is shaped.

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Get Mad and Get Going

May 7, 2009 by  
Filed under Life Mastery

catincircleFeel like your life is stuck in a rut and going in circles? Maybe the time has come to put some powerful e-motion to work.

Emotion is actually one of the most powerful energies we humans have. It IS literally mental energy in motion. And certain emotions are so powerful they can instantly change your life.

What human emotions have such power? Anger and love especially when fueled by the fire of passion intense e-motion.

Not much needs to be said about the ability of passionate love to change your life overnight. But how about passionate anger? Although passionate anger can be very powerful, its energy is not really bad or good. It is simply energy in motion.

Actually it is what you choose to DO with your anger that makes it a positive or negative force in your life. And as with any powerful e-motion, you can put it to work in both negative and positive ways.

If you have ever been captured by an uncontrollable rage, you have experienced a piece of the outer limits of what anger can become. On one level it is behind crimes of passion – and on the other hand, if can fuel the ability to strike back at a threat and survive.

But anger can also be a powerful force for personal transformation. Here is a real life story about the power of anger. A man in his late twenties woke up in the dismal surroundings he called home a very cheap hotel room with a sagging mattress, a flea-bitten armchair, a small table with a habit of losing a leg, and a single window opening onto a view of the next door soot-covered building.

He put on the shorts and socks that had dried on the chair overnight, pulled on a pair of rumpled trousers. Then he sank back down onto the edge of the mattress, rubbed his swollen, bloodshot eyes, and sighed.

Life was not going well for this young man. He was marginally educated and young – and his life was simply not moving in a positive direction. He bent over to put on his shoes, but instead threw one at the wall. His anger and frustration began to build, and he threw the other shoe at the wall.

His face blazed crimson. The frustration and self-loathing that had been building within suddenly erupted like a volcano. This is enough, he shouted. Enough of this disgusting lifestyle.

Today this same young man owns a multitude of successful businesses, and is highly regarded my millions of people. His initials are TR. Sound familiar? Tony is an example of how you can use passionate anger to literally turn your life around on a dime.

You too have choices about how to use the energy of anger. Suppose, for example you are struggling to make ends meet, like many people today. What can you do?

• You can stuff it. But if you do so the problem will not go away. What repressed anger does is to make its home somewhere in your body and create more stress. Ever ask someone What’s eating you? Your intuition picked up on the repressed anger setting them up for ulcers, colitis, and other digestive disorders.

• You can turn it against others. Not much needs to be said about how counter-productive this strategy can be.

• You can work it out physically. The energy of anger can be transformed into physical energy, which is far more beneficial than stuffing your anger. Some common outlets are running, working out, etc. But this is not necessarily a lot of fun.

• You can use it to motivate yourself. Think about what Tony Robbins did in his life. It is the same thing Eleanor Roosevelt did to transform herself from a homely, insecure young girl to a world respected leader. If your life is NOT what you want it to be, start by getting mad enough to take action.

Remember: Anger is just an emotion. But passionate anger can become a highly motivational and unstoppable energy in motion. Put it to work in your life as a positive force to lose weight, get a new job… whatever you NEED to make yourself happy. Just waiting for *it* to happen does NOT work, and never will.

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Whole Brain Thinking and Mind Power

May 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Build Mind Power

braincutrhroughDo you think you have an average or perhaps an above average mental capacity?

Actually you have far more mind power than you can begin to imagine. You have close to, or perhaps even beyond, genius potential.

The past ten years could well be called the decade of the brain. Scientists have discovered some amazing parallels between the human brain and Einstein’s quantum universe. But still, trying to define our brain’s ultimate capacity is like trying to place your finger on a globule of mercury. The human mind is infinitely complex and subtle.

The Amazing Capacity of your Brain

Your brain contains a minimum 1,000,000,000,000 individual nerve cells (neurons). And each of those tiny neurons  is capable of  interacting with as many as 100,000 fellow neurons. If we tabulate the potential capacity of your brain cells to make interconnections — the resulting number  would be at least 10.5 million kilometers long.

It was once estimated that we use about 10% of our mental potential. Today neuroscience has dropped that estimate to less than one percent. And even that figure seems overly optimistic.

Your Thinking Cap
You’ve likely heard the expression thinking cap. That slang term refers to our brain’s cerebral cortex — the grey matter neuroscientists consider the source of our thinking capacity.

Your cortex is actually split into two separate sides that are connected by a dense, highly complex highway of nerve fibers called the corpus collosum. In most people, the left side of the cerebral cortex deals with logical matters — words, numbers, reasoning, and analysis. It spends a lot of time in the beta brainwave range.

The right side of your cerebral cortex, on the other hand, deals with imagination, images, color, day-dreaming, visualization, and pattern recognition. It tends to focus quite a bit in the alpha brainwave range that is so highly developed in meditators.

Build a High Performance Mind
There’s a common assumption that mostÂof us are either right-brained OR left-brained. But if that’s true, then we must assume that the great scientific genius Albert Einstein was left-brained — and the great creative master of photography, Ansel Adams, would then have been right-brained.

But examinations of the notebooks of Albert Einstein and Ansel Adams pokes huge holes in this assumption. In fact, Einstein credited his greatest scientific insights not to left-brain logic — but  to his right-brain highly creative daydreaming. And Ansel Adams credited his greatest art photographs not to his right-brain artistic eye — but rather to his left-brain detailed analytical note taking.

When you describe yourself as primarily creative or intuitive (right-brained), or analytical and logical (left-brained), you are just describing the side of the cortex you have most successfully developed.

So what’s behind an Enstein or Ansel Adams high performance mind? And is it possible to actually develop such a mind?

Yes, such a mental capacity can be built. Our most powerful and expansive mental activities are those using both sides of our cortex. And with the proper training, both sides of your cortex can flourish and develop. Such whole brain thinking has the potential to virtually DOUBLE your mind power.

If YOU seek to excel in YOUR your life, whole brain thinking is a primary key. This involves developing the electrical signals that pass through the massive corpus collosum connecting your right and left cerebral hemispheres. One way to work on strengthening the capacity of your corpus collosum is to focus on developing your creativity if you tend to be  logical, and your logic if you tend to be a creative type. This will encourage the whole brain thinking characteristic of geniuses like Einstein and Adams.

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