Whether a person is successful or not can be boiled down to this question... successful people say they can handle it, unsuccessful people say they can't. And this is where your word (I can/I can't) will give you everything.
I have read about a man whose doctor told him that he had terminal cancer, and he should go home and take care of his things. The man went home, took care of his things. A week later he died.
Turns out he was healthy. He didn't have terminal cancer, he didn't have any cancer, any disease. He died because he said: I can't handle it...
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There is an approach to growth that requires a mindset that cherishes mistakes. That is my whole approach to teaching, that is my whole methodology. The methodology for exponential growth.
But first you need to find the mistakes and look at them... That is against our current culture that only wants to deal with what is "good".
Continue reading "Eliminating mistakes, errors in thinking, is the fastest way to good results, including raising your vibration"
I read a very interesting article ((
6 Insane Things Science Can Predict About You at Infancy
We like to think that, for the most part, who we are is based on life experience, hard knocks and good old-fashioned attitude. Sure, genetics plays a part, but ultimately it's your own choices that matter -- you're not "destined" to be anything.
But science, as it usually does, has some surprising and kind of scary things to tell us. Apparently, no matter what kind of life you lead, scientists can still figure out who you'll be at 30 based on who you were as a toddler. Studies show ...
#6. If a 4-Year-Old Is Patient, He or She Will Be a Successful Adult
In the 1960s, a Stanford psychologist basically tortured 653 4- to 6-year-old kids by putting candy in front of them and telling them not to eat it. In the process, he may have unlocked the entire secret to a successful life. Continue reading "Updated: Your emotional baseline and your chances for success"
I am reading all the books by Michael Connelly.
I had read about 20 before getting to the last few I have on my kindle... these books stirred up something in me...
Suddenly, in these last few books, there is an unexpected twist: the last three novels have a similar element, not quite there, or maybe even missing from the previous ones: a friend or colleague is turning against friend or colleague...
Continue reading "Keep your enemies close... with friends like this who needs enemies?"