Achieve Goals Using The Lasso Principle!

Written by Tim Webb


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Remember, doing something positive creates more energy! To create energy you have to use energy, it is that simple. Just sitting and statically thinking of a goal does have value but needs to be combined with action. Usingrepparttar lasso principle will help generate action, and quickly.

Do not rushrepparttar 138975 process of draggingrepparttar 138976 mental image nearer to you. Onrepparttar 138977 contrary savour it, as it gets nearer, and try and really feel what it would be like to have achieved it.

Allow your deep slow inhalation to berepparttar 138978 catalyst forrepparttar 138979 lasso to drag your vision of success closer.

Give this distinctive method a go and experience how it can providerepparttar 138980 urge to achieve those desires you have been having trouble focusing upon!

© Tim Webb 2005

Tim Webb is a fitness instructor, Ju Jutsu instructor and competitor. He specialises in easily accessible deep breathing exercises that combine breath and mind together. His site http://www.breathforsuccess.com/ offers a product that provides deep breathing exercises for invigorating yourself, relaxing, and highlights how your breath can be tied in with your goals to move you towards them in record time!


Dress to Impress

Written by Marisa Pellegrino


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A Dab Will Do You.

Do you rememberrepparttar last time you were walking downrepparttar 138873 street and almost got whiplash because someone passed by you with an overwhelming smell? Our sense of smell is one of our most powerful senses, which leads us to rule number three: always remember to smell good. Some smells take us back to childhood and others remind us of something very specific. The same applies to your cologne. But why is cologne used inrepparttar 138874 first place? Its purpose is twofold: it becomes your ďsignatureĒ andrepparttar 138875 sense of smell is heightened when things start getting hot and heavy. Again, less is more. No need to drown yourself withrepparttar 138876 stuff, keep in mind that when it comes to cologne, a little goes a long way. The best places to apply your signature arerepparttar 138877 inside of your wrists, your neck, and even your chest.

Attention to Detail

Sometimes itísrepparttar 138878 little things that make a difference and rule number four reminds you to pay attention to detail. We all know women have an eye forrepparttar 138879 minute andrepparttar 138880 slightest thing can turn us off. Sorepparttar 138881 solution is simple boys, donít overlookrepparttar 138882 small stuff. Just like women like carpenters, some women also think scruffy is sexy, but on your first date, go withrepparttar 138883 clean shaven look to be safe. And not only are you going to brush your teeth, youíre also going to break outrepparttar 138884 dental floss for this one just to be extra safe. Make sure your hair is neat and doesnít hold an entire bottle of product in it. Remember to clean those nails. You may look like a manís man with dirty nails, but itís a turn off for women. Finally, keeprepparttar 138885 accessories to a minimum. You can wear your watch and necklace or a ring but thatís it. If youíre wearing more jewelry than your date then we could have a problem!

Of course, not all women arerepparttar 138886 same but most will agree that less is more when making a good first impression. So rememberrepparttar 138887 four simple rules: donít dress like youíre going to watchrepparttar 138888 game at a buddyís house or like youíre about to walk downrepparttar 138889 runway; smell great and put inrepparttar 138890 effort to care ofrepparttar 138891 details. Youíre sure to have plenty of second, third, and fourth dates!

Marisa Pellegrino is freelance journalist and a writer for a Montreal radio show called Passion, a program about dating, relationships, and sex. She is also the writer/webmaster for Dating Ideas (www.dating-idea.com) a website with advice about dating and relationships.


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