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How to Use Motivation to Let go of Stress

Without motivation, producing quality results is near impossible.
With motivation you can accomplish extra-ordinary things and become hugely successful. r

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How to Change Your Thinking by Using Self-Affirmations

Your mind is an interesting tool and lives in symbiosis with the sensations from your body. It is proven that your emotions can alter your perceptions and actions, but also that your actions can alter your mood.

All the time these two factors affect each other, that is why smiling when sad makes you happier and it is why you laugh when you find something funny. r

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Why an Abundance Mentality is the Path to Success

I have always been a very competitive person. I have always been inspired by competition and it has always helped me do my best, but for me to win, someone else has to lose.

This is what I have always been taught which has made it difficult to be happy for others successes. Whenever someone else does well it raises the bar for me, making my success even more difficult. r

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The 8 Steps to Becoming Successful

While watching these people I have seen that their success always followed the same, general, path. I have broken that path down into 8 simple steps that you can follow and make your success a reality. r

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How Dreaming Can Help You Succeed

Every time you get a flash of inspiration, the right idea coming to you at the exact right time, is because your subconscious has been working behind the scenes on your problem and when the time is right, present you with a solution. r

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The 8 Steps of Goal Setting

For many it became a great source of motivation to see their goals in writing and to be able to see how their actions today were moving them towards their goals.

For me, it had the opposite effect, not that they didn’t motivate me, but I realized that the things I was doing weren’t moving me towards my goals. r