To Start Succeeding, Stop Pushing

Written by Julie Jordan Scott

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Using your subconscious mind to be drawn into success is so much simpler than pushing yourself unmercifully right OUT of success.

Partnering with your subconscious, you will be amazed atrepparttar brilliant solutions you create over very little time.

A variation of this technique is used in test taking: you may have learned it when you were younger. In college, one professor advised me to readrepparttar 101987 entire test through before starting to answer any questions.

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Its like when you are digging around your brain for someone's name, or a book title, or a movie, and you say, "Shoot! I know what it is, I just can't remember right now!" and twenty minutes later you will shout (seemingly out of nowhere) "A Wrinkle in Time! That'srepparttar 101990 book I read in sixth grade by Madeliene L'Engle!" or "Russell Crowe won best actor last year!"

Your brain has an even more amazing search function than your computer. Using this function will empower you to stop pushing your way to semi-success. You will now be able to flow your way into flourishing prosperity.

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Embracerepparttar 101996 truth that to truly start succeeding, it is most fruitful to stop pushing.

Julie Jordan Scott is a Personal Success Coach who left her career as a government bureaucrat and built a successful business in less than six months. To subscribe to her newest ezine, Daily Passion Activator, the Little Ezine with the Powerful impact send a blank email or via web: to subscribe today.

One Step At a Time

Written by Dennis Eppestine

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I think every one of us probably thought that atrepparttar beginning. It's so easy to fall for it, because it's what we want to believe anyway. Then reality sets in, and so many people quit, just atrepparttar 101986 time when they could start making some money.

You're serious about your business or you're not. And if it's just a game to you, or a fad, then of course - you're going to fail! But after your dreams of instant wealth have died a long slow death, then step back, take stock, and startrepparttar 101987 long uphill battle to knowledge and you WILL become a success!

So maybe it doesn't happen overnight. So what? I can honestly say that I've never enjoyed a job more. It doesn't even feel like a job. How lucky we are to be doing something we enjoy so much, learning new things daily, and sometimes even making some money at it!

So take it one step at a time, and success will be yours!

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