Voices In Your Head

Written by Steve Gillman

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Use an image of someone you respect and know something about. This helps you easily imagine what they might say. It can be a fictional character, and this may be better in some cases. Talk to this person, and listen to what they have to say.

Maybe you've seen those WWJD pins. WWJD stands for "What Would Jesus Do?" Young christians wear these pins for guidance. Whether or not you're a christian, you can see how in a time of confusion, this simple question can clarifyrepparttar situation and allow a right decision.

Consider this for a moment. The information needed to make a right decision is there in a young man's head already, yet he is confused. Then he imagines what Jesus would do or say, and he immediately "sees" what he has to do. Inspiration from a voice in his head.

Why not start talking with imaginary friends and advisors? Ask for help with personal, business, and moral issues. Get creative ideas from them. This is a powerful way to draw onrepparttar 143247 power of your unconscious mind, if you give it a chance.

Steve Gillman writes on many self help topics including boosting brainpower, losing weight, meditation, habits of mind, creative problem solving, learning gratitude, generating luck and anything related to self improvement. You'll find more at http://www.SelfImprovementNow.com

Enter The No Fear Zone

Written by Niambi Jarvis

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Once we learn how to put our fears in perspective, we are free to move into our ordained purposes here on Earth. Did you know thatrepparttar primary goal of fear is to keep you from realizing who you truly are? To stop you from moving one step closer to your destiny?

“What do I do then”, you may ask. Breathe a little, read an uplifting scripture or piece of motivational literature, pray, meditate or simply ask God…”What do you want me to do?” When you hear that still small voice telling you to go for it, push pastrepparttar 143150 fear and do what it is your heart is telling you. You may be shaking and trembling while you do it…you may be sweating bullets and your palms may be damp. But guess what, once you enterrepparttar 143151 No Fear Zone…each subsequent battle becomes easier. Some women used to ask me how I managed to feel comfortable in an executive environment in a board room full of men. I shared my creative visualization techniques and how I saw myself literally fighting my way throughrepparttar 143152 room. It wasn’trepparttar 143153 men I was fighting…it wasrepparttar 143154 fear, dread or anxiety that came along with high-pressured situations. Once I realizedrepparttar 143155 secret ofrepparttar 143156 No Fear Zone, I was free to be me. Come join me inrepparttar 143157 No Fear Zone on your journey to empowerment.

Niambi Jarvis is CEO/Founder of Hiyaah Power Inc. and co-author of 100 Words of Wisdom for Women: A 31-Day Exercise in Empowerment.

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