Ways to Access Your Genius Mind

Ways to Access Your Genius Mind By Donna Cercone In my research, I have discovered that there are six easy ways to access the genius mind. Number one, create quiet time, time to listen, time to observe, time to dream. Two, look at your learning or any area of life from different viewpoints. Pretend you are a friend of yourself; how would you see it? Or pretend that you are a tree. How would you see it? Observe. Number three, ask questions. Number four, pay attention to details, for it is … [Read more...]

Instead of Complaining…

Instead of complaining about what you don’t like about your job, start commending what you do like and see how quickly it improves. It’s easy to find fault with any job. Whatever your occupation or profession, there are always some unpleasant and mundane tasks you would rather omit. It is also easy to allow the things you dislike to dominate your thoughts and for you to overlook the fact that the things you dislike about your work are really a very small percentage of the overall job. Make it … [Read more...]

Take Control of Your Destiny

Take Control of Your Destiny by Jim Rohn One of the first things successful people realize is the old adage, “If it is to be, it is up to me.” That is your success and your course is up to you. This doesn't mean that you do it all alone. It simply means that you take responsibility for your life and your career. Too many people today look at opportunity and figure it is up to someone else to make sure they get it. They look at financial security and hope that the government will make sure … [Read more...]

Accurate Thinking

Accurate Thinking by W. Clement Stone Since the time of the Old Testament psalmist who wrote: “My thoughts are not your thoughts and my ways are not your way, say the Lord” . . . Men have been concerned about their thoughts and ideas. Our thoughts lead us to action! If our thoughts are based on factual reality our actions will usually be proper, but when we base our thoughts on opinions and prejudice we can easily be misled. By using the tools of inductive and deductive reasoning, Mr. … [Read more...]

Two Sources of the Habits of Thought

Two Sources of the Habits of Thought by Napoleon Hill All thought habits come from either one of two sources, both of them hereditary: Physical heredity: One inherits from this source something of the nature and character of all the generations of the human race which have preceded him. This inheritance is fixed by laws of nature. A great deal of it, however, can be modified by accurate thinking. Social heredity: Consists of all environmental influences, education, experience and … [Read more...]

You can Attract Only…

"You can attract only that which you mentally become and feel yourself to be in reality." ~ Ernest Holmes … [Read more...]

Think Twice Before Speaking Once

Wise persons are those who Perhaps the greatest quality in a leader and the most valuable skill in building relationships is the ability to think before you speak. If you have a tendency to speak hastily in anger and regret your actions at leisure, the childhood admonition to count to ten before speaking will still serve you well. When you pause — if only for a moment — to consider the consequences, you may think better of what you were about to say. And if you must speak strongly, it’s a … [Read more...]

Time

"Time is more value than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time." -- Jim Rohn   … [Read more...]

Self-pity is an opiate.

Self-pity is an opiate. The most insidious problem with drugs is that the human body develops a tolerance for them and requires larger and larger doses to achieve the same effect. The same is true with self-pity. The more you allow yourself to indulge in it, the more you will require. Soon, self-pity will become a habit, one so debilitating that you will rob yourself of all the potential you possess. Happily, there is a cure. If you truly analyze the situation, most often you will find that … [Read more...]

Your Nature is Truth…

"Your nature is truth, and when you oppose it, you don’t feel like yourself. Stress never feels as natural as peace does." ~ Byron Katie … [Read more...]