Mind Power for the Entrepreneur

Written by Maya Jakes

Copyright 2005 Jugglingmum

Such a magnificent and powerful thing asrepparttar human mind should guarantee happiness, contentment and success yet all around us we find people that do not applyrepparttar 150963 wisdom of their mind.

To convert wisdom into mind power requires reorganisation ofrepparttar 150964 thinking process and can almost guarantee success to those prepared to put in some effort. Your efforts will richly reward you!

You can learn fresh new ways to apply your mind power to gain more happiness, love, peace, and contentment - an abundance of all that you wish for.

Are you willing to empty your mind of all that is old and open it to all that is new?

Many people inrepparttar 150965 Eastern world are able to achieve incredible feats usingrepparttar 150966 power of their minds.

Techniques are used such as trainingrepparttar 150967 subconscious through meditation and visualisation. We, inrepparttar 150968 Western world, are only now starting to catch up with these ideas of mind power.

The conscious mind is constantly in use in our daily activities and when it becomes overstretched we become tired and unable to recall, store or learn more information. If you are suffering from this kind of problem then your life is simply not under your control and therefore you are unable to enjoy life as you would like.

Atrepparttar 150969 centre ofrepparttar 150970 conscious mind isrepparttar 150971 ego andrepparttar 150972 ego accepts anything and everything without thinking or questioning. As many of you are already aware,repparttar 150973 ego needs boosting as often as possible.

Letís look at an example:-

1. Mr Smith earns a salary of 25,000USD and invites a lady friend to dinner in a smart restaurant. He doesn't bother to book a table as he's visitedrepparttar 150974 restaurant many times before and knows that it's not usually busy on a Wednesday evening. He dresses smart but casual and is driving his 5 year old car.

2. Mr Brown also earns a salary of 25,000USD and has invited a lady friend torepparttar 150975 same restaurant atrepparttar 150976 same time onrepparttar 150977 same day. However, Mr Brown is wearing a dinner suit and has hired a top ofrepparttar 150978 range car especially forrepparttar 150979 occasion.

Imagine that both Mr Smith and Mr Brown arrive atrepparttar 150980 restaurant atrepparttar 150981 same time only to find it much busier than usual. There is one table close torepparttar 150982 kitchen entrance and one in a cosy alcove overlookingrepparttar 150983 sea. Who do you think will getrepparttar 150984 best table?

Not only was Mr Brown's ego boosted by how he was dressed and arrived butrepparttar 150985 restaurant staff had their egos boosted by his appearance and apparent good taste.

This is mind power working at its best - simply be who you wish to be or act as you wish to act. Your mind doesn't differentiate betweenrepparttar 150986 fact that you hired a dinner suit and a car, it only knows how good you feel wearingrepparttar 150987 dinner suit and driving that top ofrepparttar 150988 range car!

Dress like a king (or queen) and act like a king and you'll feel like a king and even be treat like a king - it's simple.

The unconscious mind is where allrepparttar 150989 reasons for your fears and hang ups are stored. Are your fears related to childhood experiences or even recent experiences? Are you encouraged and complimented often or chastised and told that you must do better?

Write down your fears and analyse where they came from. By taking this simple step you will be getting to know yourself better and will be better able to confront those fears. When a child falls from a bicycle they are often told to get back on as soon as possible and you must confront your own fears inrepparttar 150990 same way.

Some days you get the bull-What to do when you get the horns

Written by Paul Buckley

Copyright 2005 Ardmore Internet Marketing, Inc.

Happy and sad moment alternate in our lives andrepparttar problem arises when we realize we have no or very little control over them. A 100% happy life is utopist, but there are ways to train yourself to react better to problems and difficulties. Letís have a look at some ofrepparttar 150962 most frequently used methods of cheering yourself up, no matter how bigrepparttar 150963 problems might seem.

Try to surround yourself with cute things, like children or animals. You will be instantly ďcontaminatedĒ with their joy and innocence and, at least temporarily, a huge weight will be lifted from your shoulders. Children are also great teachers, even though they donít realize it. Take their example, for a moment, and enjoy every single thing life has to offer you, like kicking a ball, throwing stones inrepparttar 150964 water or savoring a candy bar.

It never hurts to offer yourself a reward every now and then. After a long day struggling with problems your mind and body need some time off. Do one of your favorite things: watch TV all evening without moving a muscle, take a long hot bath, play a computer game or go out and dance. Fun moments will remind you of how life should be and this will motivate you even more to do your best and solve all problems as fast as possible, so that you can go back to fully enjoying life.

Gather some courage and face whatever is worrying you. The worst idea is to lock yourself in and to start feeling sorry for yourself. Thinking about a problem for hours and hours will do you very little good. Itís time to take action and, even though it is hard, to takerepparttar 150965 first steps toward solvingrepparttar 150966 difficulties. If you have a health problem, for example, and you are afraid to go torepparttar 150967 doctor just wake up one morning and do it. Donít think about it, donít analyze, just go. Once you get torepparttar 150968 doctor your mind will probably come up with a dozen good excuses to get you out of there Ė try to resist it. The sooner you solve your problemsrepparttar 150969 less chances there are of letting them grow out of control.

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