The Power of Simple Awareness

Written by Gloria Reibin

In reading Dr. Cohen's article "Stuck? Frustrated? Going Bananas?" I was struck by one line, "We're too busy trying to make things happen in our favor rather than naturally let things happen in our favor." That line carried me back to basics, back torepparttar concept of simple awareness.

Anyone who has attempted affirmations knows that they work. Make a positive statement to yourself often enough and you begin to believe it. Continuerepparttar 102093 affirmation, it grows past belief and ripens into an accepted part of your life. Eventually,repparttar 102094 positivity seeps into your brain, becoming as much a part if you as your skin or your eyes.

Years ago, I read a book called "The Creative Process" which consisted of a collection of essays by artists, scientists, mathematicians and a whole array of creative people. I was struck byrepparttar 102095 commonality ofrepparttar 102096 creative experience about which these people wrote.

In each case,repparttar 102097 person described days, months, or even years of effort at a project or problem, only to findrepparttar 102098 answer swell up in their brain and surface in a dream, on a walk byrepparttar 102099 sea or while taking a bath.

One woman I know tried to rememberrepparttar 102100 name of a person she hadn't thought of in years. That night she dreamt of a billboard withrepparttar 102101 person's name splashed across it. Why do people say, "Let me sleep on it?"

Dependence - The Key to Success!

Written by Gail Hornback

Whether you are just getting started doing business onrepparttar Internet, or are a seasoned professional, there is one aspect of Internet Business that will always stay atrepparttar 102092 top ofrepparttar 102093 "Essential Skills" list!


Let me show you how.

First of all, even if you ARE considered a pro in this industry, you'd better not get too comfortable with that title. The internet is growing and changing so quickly, that what you are an expert at today, may present you with a lot to learn tomorrow! So, essentially, newbies and old pros are sharing a level playing field. There will always be opportunity to learn something new.

The best way to go about learning is to depend on those who are ahead of you!!! Depend on a mentor! And, that works both ways! YOU will NEED to be willing to BE depended on AS a mentor also!

I know, you're already telling me how busy you are, and how inrepparttar 102094 world would you find time to be at someone's beck and call? The truth is:

***Time spent mentoring will berepparttar 102095 most valuable business investment you will ever make! ***

I have hadrepparttar 102096 great fortune of being mentored throughrepparttar 102097 maze of internet business by my good friend Michael Smith. Notice that I said, "Good Friend". That has beenrepparttar 102098 by-product ofrepparttar 102099 mentoring! And a valuable one to boot! It was he who contacted me with a suggestion for my site. I took him up onrepparttar 102100 suggestion, and his willingness to give help whenever I needed it was thrown in withrepparttar 102101 deal! What has become of my business (and his!) since then is incredible!

We now share a joint venture at YMTC ( I know Mike would agree - it has been a win-win situation. We are now dependent on each other in various ways. There have been business benefits for both of us.

One word of caution: A successful mentoring situation depends almost TOTALLY on honesty and integrity, As a mentor, you must develop a sense of trust between you and your mentoree. You MIGHT be able to do this on false pretenses and selfish motives for a short time. But it will come back to haunt you.

>Fromrepparttar 102102 standpoint ofrepparttar 102103 "mentoree", you must be careful, also. Make SURE you have enough information aboutrepparttar 102104 person who is teaching you to feel totally comfortable with what they are offering. Don't go into something lightly. If they are shooting straight with you, they won't have any problem with you checking out their credentials.

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