Promise Yourself – The Optimist Creed

July 28th, 2010

Wonderful creed to live by and that is why I am sharing this.

Promise yourself to be strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.

To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meet.

To make all your friends feel that there is something in them.

To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true.

To think only of the best, to work only for the best.

To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own.

To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future.

To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile.

To give so much to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others.

To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.

To think well of yourself and to proclaim this fact to the world, not in loud words but great deeds.

To live in faith that the whole world is on your side so long as you are true to the best that is in you.

Christian D. Larson 1912 – The Optimist Creed

Choose to be an optimist; to be happy and spread joy!

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Positive Life Changes

July 28th, 2010

How do you manage change in your life? Changes are essential because they open new doors to opportunity and they create room for adjustments. Accept change because without it, your life may become lackluster and cheerless.

Everyone experiences change, whether it is a change in their job, relationship or health. It may even be a change you initiated that may suddenly seem daunting.

Practice being good at change and always focus on the positive. Sometimes it may take some time to realize that a specific change of circumstance was actually a gift in disguise. The gift you receive may not even be related, in any way, to the change you experienced. For example, you may lose your job but find yourself in a rewarding new relationship would never have taken shape if you were still employed.

Change may lead you to new people, help you develop a stronger belief in yourself, provide you with new opportunities, or inspire you to live a healthier life.

It’s important to be on the lookout for the good that can transpire from unexpected changes.

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Rejuvenate Your Life

July 23rd, 2010

Do you have low days; days where you feel down? It’s fine to have those days once in awhile. Sometimes you just need a day to refresh.

These are the days when you need to be thankful for who you are, reflect on your past achievements and review where you are going. Ponder the successes you are working toward and think about the exhilaration you will feel when you reach those successes.

Take the down day to examine your life, find your soul, meditate, or read. Indulge in something that puts you back on track the next day.

After your day off, begin your next day with your power start and feel the rejuvenation! Rekindle your momentum and take some action steps toward your goals. Keep putting one foot in front of the other. Do not quit!

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Lao Tzu

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Gratitude

July 19th, 2010

Knowing what you are grateful for is an important factor to happiness and success.

Being aware of everything that you have to be thankful for will help you create a positive focus. Gratefulness will help you reach your goals because you are seeing all the positive things that are happening in your life.

When you are focused on the things that make you worry, you may fall into an unproductive state, which will set you back from reaching your goals. Even obstacles in our lives make us learn and problem solve, so accept these as opportunities of personal growth.

You are responsible for your success or failures, so let’s focus on successes!

Here are ideas to help bring gratitude into your life every day:

Start a gratitude journal
Create a gratitude list
Add a statement to your power start and give thanks every morning
Read your goals each morning, then add one thing you are grateful for
Put a rock or piece of polished glass in your pocket and every time you see it or feel it, think of something you are grateful for

Realize what you have and who you are and find ways to be thankful for everything.

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Today I Will Master My Emotions

July 18th, 2010

“The Greatest Salesman in the World” by Og Mandino an excellent book and it’s not just for salespeople. The concepts in this book will help you to positively alter your attitudes.

Excerpt:

Weak is he who permits his thoughts to control his actions; strong is he who forces his actions to control his thoughts. Each day, when I awaken, I will follow this plan of battle before I am captured by the forces of sadness, self-pity and failure –

If I feel depressed I will sing.
If I feel sad I will laugh.
If I feel ill I will double my labor.
If I feel fear I will plunge ahead.
If I feel inferior I will wear new garments.
If I feel uncertain I will raise my voice.
If I feel poverty I will think of wealth to come.
If I feel incompetent I will remember past success.
If I feel insignificant I will remember my goals.
Today I will be master my emotions.

End excerpt.

I highly recommend this book. It is an easy read and well worth your time!

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The Basics of Goals

July 18th, 2010

What are your goals and dreams? What do you aspire to or hope for? Goals help turn these “wishes” into reality. You can have what you desire with some planning and that is what goal setting is all about. Goal setting gives you the necessary confidence you need to know that you can have anything that you want in life.

What is a goal?

A goal is a dream that has a deadline.

Why should you set goals?

  • Goals give you direction; they give you a road map. You can’t arrive at a specific destination if you don’t know where you are going. When you know where you are going you will stop driving around in circles and head straight for your destination.
  • Goals create enthusiasm. Enthusiasm comes from within and when you have a goal, you have a purpose. Every day when you awaken you are excited to get up because you know where you are going and you are getting closer to reaching your dreams!
  • Goals make you happy. Your mind is alive because it has something encouraging to focus on. Goals help eliminate negative thoughts and discontentment.
  • Goals help you overcome obstacles. Obstacles are what you see when you take your sites off your goals, so if you don’t have goals, you’re forced to focus on obstacles.
  • Goals give you discipline. Goals make you mind yourself. Instead of just going through your everyday actions, now you will be asking yourself “Is this action taking me closer to or farther away from my goals?”
  • Goals give you confidence. When you have clearly defined and written goals, you move toward those goals with unshakeable confidence. You don’t let anything get in your way.

If goals are such a great thing then why don’t more people set them? The only reasons that seem reasonable are that people don’t know how and/or they just don’t understand the importance of setting goals.

How do you set goals?

You write them down using these key factors:

  • Your goals must be written in a present, positive state as if you have already achieved your goal.
  • Your goal must be measurable, attainable and tangible.
  • You must have a deadline, a timeframe, in place for when you will reach that goal.
  • You must list the obstacles and the solutions to overcome the obstacles you may encounter.
  • You must reward yourself when you reach predetermined milestones or when you reach your goal.

It is imperative that your goals incorporate these factors in order to be effective.

Be sure you set goals in every area of your life. A balanced life is a good life. The areas in which to set
goals for are:

  • Physical and health
  • Financial
  • Family and relationship
  • Spiritual
  • Educational and mental

Get serious about doing something for yourself. Writing down your goals and having a purpose to achieve your goals will benefit not only you, but your family and others around you.

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You Are Invited to a Free Live Call on Health and Goals

July 13th, 2010

The lesson is THE 6 KEYS TO ULTIMATE HEALTH, then he will do a live question and answer after the lesson and you can ask any questions about the lesson or goal setting.

Ken BrockBank has a vast background in the health and fitness. He owned and operated health clubs for over 15 years, was a certified trainer and aerobics instructor, and he developed fitness and nutrition programs that helped thousands get into shape. To add to this he trained Mrs. Utah and Hakeem Olajuwon (NBA superstar), lectured and trained on health, fitness and nutrition in 3 countries and was a competitive body builder.

Date: Thursday, July 15, 2010
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. MDT
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Positively Altering Your Views

July 11th, 2010

Sometimes it is a challenge to make changes in our life because certain things may seem like a chore to us. Positively altering the way you perceive the changes you are making will produce better results and propel you more quickly toward your goals.

Here are some examples:

I have to manage my time. Change to: I have my priorities straight.
I am dieting to lose weight. Change to: I have changed my relationship with food.
I am working to change my life. Change to: I am transforming my life.
I must always think about self improvement. Change to: I live consciously.

Do an exercise right now.

Write down the changes you are making in your life that you discern to be a chore.

Now, positively modify these transformations.

From today forward, think and talk about these changes with your new and improved declarations!

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Example of a Powerful Affirmation

July 5th, 2010

Affirmations and belief in ourselves creates happiness within. Affirmations should be said with strength and conviction; your affirmations should come from your heart. The true power of affirmations cannot be discounted.

I want to share a post called The Power of Positive Thinking written by Lorelei, a friend of mine who has a wonderful blog for parents. Within the post she shares a You Tube video called Jessica’s Daily Affirmation and you don’t want to miss it. If adults learn by example, this is one example we should learn from.

Here is the direct link to the article and video: http://raisingcreativechildren.com/day-smile/

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You Choose Your Reaction; The 90/10 Rule

June 18th, 2010

Discovering the 90/10 Principle will change how you react to situations and it will positively change your life. This principle is written by Stephen Covey and we want to share it with you.

What is this principle?

10% of life is made up of what happens to you. 90% of life is decided by how you react. What does this mean?

We really have no control over 10% of what happens to us. We cannot stop the car from breaking down. The plane will be late arriving, which throws our whole schedule off. A driver may cut us off in traffic. We have no control over this 10%. The other 90% is different. You determine the other 90%.

How? By your reaction. You cannot control a red light. However, you can control your reaction; you can control how you react.

Let us use an example: You are eating breakfast with your family. Your daughter knocks over a cup of coffee onto your business shirt. You have no control over what just happened. What happens next will be determined by how you react. You curse. You harshly scold your daughter for knocking the cup over.

She breaks down in tears. After scolding her, you turn to your spouse and criticize her for placing the cup too close to the edge of the table. A short verbal battle follows. You storm upstairs and change your shirt. Back downstairs, you find your daughter has been too busy crying to finish breakfast and get ready for school. She misses the bus. Your spouse must leave immediately for work.

You rush to the car and drive your daughter to school. Because you are late, you drive 40 miles an hour in a 30 mph speed limit zone. After a 15-minute delay and throwing away $60 on a traffic fine, you arrive at school. Your daughter runs into the building without saying goodbye.

After arriving at the office 20 minutes late, you find you forgot your briefcase. Your day has started terribly. As it continues, it seems to get worse and worse. You look forward to coming home. When you arrive home, you find a small wedge in your relationship with your spouse and daughter.
Why? Because of how you reacted in the morning. Why did you have a bad day?

    A. Did the coffee cause it?
    B. Did your daughter cause it?
    C. Did the policeman cause it?
    D. Did you cause it?
    The answer is “D”.

You had no control over what happened with the coffee. How you reacted in those 5 seconds is what caused your bad day. Here is what could have and should have happened.

Coffee splashes over you. Your daughter is about to cry. You gently say, “Its ok honey, you just need to be more careful next time.” Grabbing a towel, you rush upstairs. After grabbing a new shirt and your briefcase, you come back down in time to look through the window and see your child getting on the bus. She turns and waves. You arrive 5 minutes early to work and cheerfully greet the staff.

Notice the difference? Two different scenarios. Both started the same. Both ended differently.

Why? Because of how you REACTED. You really do not have any control over 10% of what happens. The other 90% is determined by your reaction.

      90/10 Principle by Steven Covey

Understanding and applying the 90/10 principle WILL change your life!

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Planning Your Day and Time Management Tips

June 18th, 2010

Planning is a critical piece of the puzzle in reaching your goals. Planning makes you extremely more productive because you have written down, and know exactly, what the major and the minor tasks are that you must accomplish each day.

Time, Time Management, PlanningHow many times have you actually thought “Oh don’t forget to do that tomorrow!” Then tomorrow comes and you completely forget about that very important task that really needed to be done. You get slammed with so many interruptions and favors that you either forget or you put that important task on the back burner because other some other urgent, but probably not important task, was taken on by you.

Stephen Covey writes about this phenomenon of getting overwhelmed with unimportant activities in his book “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People.” He divides tasks into 4 quadrants. The quadrants are labeled with the tags of important, not important, urgent and not urgent.

Important is something that creates results while urgent items are time sensitive or pressing on us.

This is how the quadrants work:

Quadrant 1 is Important and urgent – These things always get done because they are in your face and need to be taken care of right away like crises and result producing pressing issues.Time Management, Juggling Time, Planning, Scheduling

Quadrant 2 Important and not urgent – These are items that seem to always get put on the back burner of your life. This is where you really need to focus and plan because this is the quadrant where many goal action items can be accomplished. Goals seem to take a back seat and get bumped for urgent tasks or pressing issues. This is the quadrant you need to focus on – Important and not urgent.

Quadrant 3 Not Important and urgent – These are things like some calls, some mail, pressing matters, and some meetings that are all time sensitive but not productive and they do not create results.

Quadrant 4 Not important and not urgent – This is the fun square and it’s easy to spend a lot of time here. These are personal phone calls, emails, parties, pleasant activities, and busy work. Be careful not to spend too much of your time here. The key here is learning to say no to things that don’t produce results and have very little goal value.

Be conscientious of where you spend your time!

Now that you understand this theory of planning your time wisely, below are tips for planning.

You need a planner; just one calendar or planner.

    1. Every evening write down your task for the next day and be sure to write down at least on major goal action item.
    2. Write a specific time next to each task. This takes the guessing out of your day.
    Let’s say you schedule to exercise at 6:00 a.m. When you wake up, you don’t say “Well should I work out?” No, you say “I have to get up, do my power start and get started on my work out!” And you are excited to do it!

Don’t use floating notes, which are pieces of paper not attached to anything of significance.

    1. If you don’t carry a portable planner to write appointments and tasks in then carry a small spiral notebook.
    2. Each evening when you begin to plan the next day, transfer everything to your planner, tear out that page and throw it away so you don’t have to look at it again.

Clear and organize your desk or work area at the end of every day. With an organized desk or work area you can jump right into your tasks saving you 15 to 30 minutes the next morning.

It is said that for every 10 minutes of planning, you will save at least one hour of time. This concept alone should motivate you to plan your day. This accounts for about 5 extra hours of time each week to work in quadrant 2!

Make it a habit to plan day planned and watch your life positively change!

“What one thing could you do in your personal and professional life that, if you did on a regular basis, would make a tremendous positive difference in your life? Quadrant II activities have that kind of impact. Our effectiveness takes quantum leaps when we do them.” – Stephen R. Covey from The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

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The Importance of Goal Setting

June 4th, 2010

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Turning Your Limiting Beliefs Into Empowering Beliefs

June 1st, 2010

It is so important that you turn your limiting beliefs into empowering beliefs because in order to reach goals, you must believe in yourself.

I know I can do anything!

I know I can do anything!


If you have even the slightest inkling that you may not reach your goal, that notion will hold you back. You must empower yourself by taking charge of your beliefs so you can be at your greatest.

 

Limiting beliefs are caused by a lack of confidence and/or fear.

Why do we experience fear or a have lack of confidence? It just takes shape over the years from our environment, our teachers, parents, or a past event. The bottom line is that any limiting belief you have, was accepted by you and you alone.

Examples of limiting belief versus empowering beliefs:

I don’t have the time.    VS     I have plenty of time to do the things that are truly important.
I am depressed.             VS     I have total control over how I feel every day. I choose to be happy.
I’m not smart enough.    VS     I am intelligent and I can learn anything that I desire
Its too late to start.       VS     I am starting today or Its never too late to start.

Write down any limiting beliefs you have and then write an empowering belief next to that.
Rewrite only your empowering beliefs on a clean piece of paper.
Every morning when you awaken, read your new beliefs.

If its fear that is causing your limiting beliefs, you need to take steps to overcome whatever is causing that fear. Get out of your comfort zone. Don’t let fear hold you back. Believe that you can, and you can, do anything. You are capable.

Write down any fears that you need to overcome in order to reach your goals.
Write down the steps you must take to overcome that fear.
Commit to get out of your comfort zone and start taking empowering steps.

Move past any self defeating beliefs and stop using words and phrases like “I can’t” and “impossible.” From today forward, catch yourself every time you say “I can’t” or have any negative notions. Commit to saying only positive, uplifting phrases about yourself.

Everything you want is just outside your comfort zone. – Robert Allen

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Clear Off That To-Do List!

May 15th, 2010

Does your to-do list just keep growing and you are not getting around to many of the tasks?

Your “list” can actually be detrimental and make you feel overwhelmed. To renew yourself and to re-energize, take these steps:

1. Determine if this task really has to be done, and if not, eliminate it from your list
2. Move any task that is not time sensitive to a long term list that you don’t look at every day
3. Choose a day and complete the tasks left on your list – all of them

A to-do list should make you feel good each time you are able to cross something off. By starting with a clean slate, you will feel happy because you will see your list shorten instead of grow!

“Sometimes the greatest gain in productive energy will come from cleaning the cobwebs, dealing with old business, and clearing the decks.” — David Allen

Persistence – A Key Factor to Success

April 8th, 2010

Do you wonder what it takes to be at the top of your field?  What about in the top 3% of income earners?  Research shows it is not your IQ, a degree from a university or your childhood. 

Thomas J. Stanley, author of The Millionaire Mind, surveyed hundreds of millionaires and he found that most of the respondents did not inherit their money, go to Ivy League Colleges, nor were they at the top of their class throughout school.  Most of these individuals attribute their fortunes to hard work, persistence and attitude.

Let’s talk about persistence now and we’ll cover hard work and attitude in future articles.

If persistence pays off then why doesn’t every just be persistent?  Because persistence takes discipline and tenacity; you must be willing to pay the price and sometimes put everything else on hold.   You must have the drive and determination to do what has to be done without giving in.   You must figure out a way to overcome obstacles and unforeseen hurdles and to build a foundation for good habits.

How to be persistent:

  • Figure out what you want to accomplish, your goal. Write it in the SMARTR format.
  • Write down what you need to do to reach your goal.
  • Write down your obstacles.  Now write down what you can do to overcome those obstacles.
  • What new habits need to be created to get you to your goal? Write down the steps you must take.
  • Reward yourself along the way.   Each small success will lead to another and then another.
  • Never stop with the first no and don’t listen to others who say “just quit”.
  • Surround yourself with successful people.  They work as hard as you do.
  • Never, never give up.

 Any one of us can be at the top of our field, be in the top 3% of income earners, or anything else we strive for.  With some hard work, persistence and attitude we can achieve our dreams, our passions, and our desires.

Never give up on your dreams…Perseverance is all important.  If you don’t have the desire and the belief in   yourself to keep trying after you’ve been told you should quit, you’ll never make it.  –  Tawni O’Dell

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40 Tips On How To Stop Procrastinating

January 5th, 2010

In order to reach your goals you must commit to taking action steps.  If procrastination is an issue in your life then you must to take steps toward changing the habits that keep you from taking charge of your life. 

Here are 40 tips to stop procrastinating:

  1. Plan your next day, hour by hour, the evening before
  2. Make one to-do list
  3. Write your tasks down
  4. Put it on a calendar
  5. Learn to say “No”
  6. Schedule 2 hours of uninterrupted time in which to work on your tasks
  7. Commit to not checking email during scheduled uninterrupted time
  8. Commit to turning your phone off during scheduled uninterrupted time
  9. Commit to not checking for texts during scheduled uninterrupted time
  10. Get your spouse or children involved in what you are doing
  11. Partner up with someone who will hold you accountable
  12. Hold yourself accountable
  13. Report to someone else
  14. Let your family know what you are doing and get their support
  15. Give yourself deadlines (time and date) to finish a project
  16. Set your desk up to be conducive to productive work
  17. Do your biggest task in the morning or first thing before anything else
  18. Do the most difficult task first
  19. Do the item that will yield the most results first
  20. Require yourself to finish at least one action step before going to bed
  21. You can maintain high standards but being a perfectionist may hold you back
  22. Take a break to rejuvenate, but decide on a specific to complete after your break
  23. Build momentum by getting one, then two, then three things done
  24. Break a large action step into bite size, manageable pieces
  25. Find a way to get started by doing the easiest part first, build momentum
  26. Make your decision and stop wavering; it’s holding you up!
  27. Face your fear
  28. Identify your obstacles
  29. Finish a task before you start on a new one
  30. Get organized
  31. Make your task fun
  32. Reward yourself
  33. Don’t over plan
  34. Create a routine and plan recurring tasks at the same time every day
  35. Be disciplined
  36. Have a sense of urgency
  37. Just do it and stop thinking about it
  38. Believe in yourself
  39. Say affirmations every day
  40. Look at your goals every day

Take a step over that line of procrastination and make things happen in your life.  Your success or failure is up to you.

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Getting What You Want In Life

January 1st, 2010

What do you want in life?  Do you want more money, a better job, to be fit, lose a little weight, or maybe just have more free time to do the things you enjoy?  Today, right now, is a great time to take a good look at dreams and desires. 

Are you making New Years resolutions? A resolution is a usually a promise to yourself to obtain or do something.  The likelihood that you will really keep that unwritten promise is slim, as many studies have shown. 

Take your resolutions and turn them into actual goals.  Write them down being clear and specific on what you really want.  Write down some action steps.  You must know where you are going in order to get there. 

Grab our free CD and listen to Ken BrockBank speak on how to achieve your goals.  It’s an inspirational audio!  Listen straight from your computer or download on your mp3.

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Morning and Evening Affirmations

December 16th, 2009

What starts your day perfectly?  Are you a morning person or a night owl?  Either way, these two affirmations should help you feel better and be more productive.

Say this in the evening:

I am waking up at  __( time ) a.m._  in the morning because I know it creates the time to get the things done that will lead toward the achievement of my goals.  I am so excited about reaching my goal of __( insert goal )___.      I am going to bed at  __( time ) p.m.__  and I will feel great tomorrow because ________  hours is plenty of sleep for me to feel great and to be able to achieve what is truly important to me.

 

Say this in the morning:

I enjoy waking up each morning at  __( time )a.m.__  because I know it creates the time to get the things done that will lead toward the achievement of my goals.   I had plenty of sleep and I feel great!  I will do the most important step toward reaching my goal of ________________ first, before anything else, because that is what is truly important to me.

Note:  If you wake up 1 hour earlier or go to bed 1 hour later, whichever works best for you, and you devote that 1 hour to your goals, you will gain 7 hours per week which is almost 1 full workday.  Each year you will accumulate approximately 50 extra work days! 

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Achieving Goals Successfully

November 9th, 2009

At Goals Mentor, we want to make a difference in people’s lives. We provide an environment that is conducive to your success. This is the reason we have created a membership program for individuals who desire more than just a workbook or a CD.

We think our involvement with you and our availability to you during this program is one of the keys to your overall success in setting and achieving your goals.

In our program, we walk you through the steps and guide you through the actions you should be taking through conference calls, emails, worksheets, and other tools on the membership website.

To get you started we are offering a free 35 minute audio packed full of information. Request your free audio today!

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Light The Fire Within – Motivational Song

October 2nd, 2009

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Enjoy this energizing song and start each day on a positive note!

Song Chorus:
          Light the fire within
          It’s your power to win
          Goals clearly in view
          It’s all waiting for you

The Band is Twenty-Four 6 and is out of Salt Lake City, Utah
         • Lead vocals: Debi BrockBank and Ed Featherstone
         • Lead guitar: Derek Roberts
         • Drummer Dave Young
         • Bass: Bruce Wilson
         • Keys and rhythm Guitar: Brian Johnson