June 29, 2017
Success is the result of behavior, which is determined by attitudes, which are formed by conditioning, which takes place through spaced repetition.
Actually, it all starts with the thoughts we think, which will lead to the same choices. The same choices always create the same behaviors, and the same behaviors will always create the same experiences and the same experiences will always create the same emotions and those emotions will drive the same thoughts. Whew! So how do we change?
Through spaced repetition.
Repetitive learning is the only vehicle to modify conditioning, which alters the attitude that controls behavior, which produces results we want.
Years ago when I wanted to change my negative thinking and behaviors, I would listen to audio tapes in my car when I was driving, watch motivational videos, read inspirational books, keep a gratitude journal, say affirmations, go to seminars, associate with positive people to change and most importantly, hire a coach! You know what? I still do the same things years later.
You must continue to change every day because if you don’t use it, you lose it.
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February 15, 2016
I recently had a discussion with someone who felt that everyone is going to die anyway so why not do what you want. My philosophy on life is totally different. Yes, no one gets out alive. We are all going to die one day, however it is the quality of life that is all so important. The choices we make will create either a healthy life style or a destructive one. I chose to eat healthy, think thoughts that are empowering, meditate, be of service and laugh a lot. These choices will give me the quality of life I am seeking. Yes, I might die tomorrow however, I know I would have lived my life my way and in a healthy way. Too many people are not living, the are existing with long drawn out illnesses. How do you want to live your life? Chose wisely.
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July 28, 2015
In life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Most people know what foods are healthy and what foods aren’t good for them. So why do people eat foods that they know are not good for them? Most people know that smoking isn’t good for them. So why do people smoke? Most people know that exercise is a healthy regime to maintain their bodies health. So why don’t people do it? This list could go on and on, but you get the point. Do you do, what you know?People know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. If you are not in alignment with your body, mind, and spirit, you will be guided by your emotions, which will always steer you down the path of least resistance. You must be consciously aware of your choices, and disciple yourself to choose what you already know is best for you. So, you can do what most people know, and don’t do, or you can do what you know, and be healthy, and empowered. The choice is yours.