Have you ever noticed…

That the one thing or the many things that bug us, only do so when we are in a bad mood?

That’s because, we have allowed ourselves to be in a bad mood, and what we then see, or pick up on, is simply in alignment with our thoughts or emotion.

What we think about and how we think, actually becomes a magnet of what we see, as it is what we are focusing on. We are simply satisfying our reality of what is in our heads.

Thinking poorly begets things that justify our thinking, and in thinking positively, we see the positive around us.

So if things keep bugging us, we need to change our thinking and they will “go away”.

Yours in “The way it is” – Coach

A Sunday Drive is nice…

But taking a Sunday Drive every day of the week will not get us too far.

Balance is great, don’t get me wrong, but doing things just to be doing things, without direction, most of the time will just not help us get where we want to go.

During the week, we may just want to “Drive our Bus to Success Town”.

We don’t have to even drive it hard…just in the direction of where we choose, so progress is made, even if it’s little by little.

– Dr. Vik, The Culture King

Your own camera?

Yes your body contains it’s own camera but unlike the digital ones you can buy in the stores, what you see may not be what you “get”.

You see, our camera receives the image through the lens of our eyes yet is developed somewhere else…the brain.

Once the picture is in the brain, more specifically the amygdyla which is responsible for memory and emotion or more simply the past and your thoughts, it gets the coloring or lack thereof, which in turn develops our picture.

Positive perception about our past and positive thoughts create a positive picture… unfortunately the opposite results happen when our perceptions are negative.

So in reality, you can develop your pictures the way you want to…just by your thoughts.

– Dr. Vik, The Culture King

Staying Hungry…

It was the title of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first movie when he was the top in his game in bodybuilding.

He said that “staying hungry” was his recipe for success, for if he was full, he would be satisfied and not do more to excel.

Staying hungry is also the opposite of “the fat cat syndrome”, and we all know where that leads to.

– Dr. Vik, The Culture King

Pushing things up…

In our lives is up is decided by us and no one else.

And by pushing ourselves in the direction of where we want to go, we sometimes pull something out of us that we didn’t know was even there.

Yours in “What will you find” – Coach

Success…

Comes with perseverance over time, but sometimes not within the time frame we would like.

Research shows that an “Overnight Success” on average, takes 20 years.

So don’t give up on your path of success, because you never know when it’s about to bloom.

Yours in Time – Coach

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