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I'm sure it comes as no surprise to most of us that we act out precisely what we take in.

In other words, we become what we think.

Long before that familiar line found its way into Psychology 101 and hyped-up sales meetings, the Bible included it in one of its ancient scrolls.

It just said it in a little different way: "For as a man thinks within himself, so he is" (Prov. 23:7).

The secret of living a life of excellence is merely a matter of thinking thoughts of excellence.

Really, it's a matter of programming our minds with the kind of information that will set us free. Free to be all God meant us to be. Free to soar!

It will take awhile, and it may be painful—but what a metamorphosis! 

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Treat People Like Cows

This is one of Zig Ziglars' incredible stories told as only he could tell it.

"My dad died during the Great Depression when I was five. Six of us children were too young to work outside the home, but all of us did our part around the house. Our economic survival was built around five milk cows and a large garden. We sold the surplus milk and butter as well as many of the vegetables.

I was milking cows by the time I was eight years old and I can tell you from experience that cows don't "give" milk - you have to fight for every drop! I can also tell you that the way you treat the cow has a direct bearing on the quantity and the quality of the milk she produces. If you beat her and treat her badly as you are preparing to milk her, two things will happen. She will give less milk and the milk might not be usable, because when she is angry and upset the milk she produces is often bitter and useless. In addition, she might retaliate and kick you. I'm not suggesting that you need to "kiss" the cow, but I am encouraging you to speak kindly to her and stroke her a time or two to let her know you appreciate her efforts. My mother loved her cows and expected her children to love them, too. As a result, we got maximum production from our cows which gave us an extra bonus. After keeping one for two or three years, we raised her milk production so much Mom could sell that cow for considerably more money than she paid for her. For us that was a big plus.

Here's the message. Treat people kindly, gently, and with respect and consideration. They will respond favorably and if they happen to be on your payroll they will work harder and be more productive.

On the other hand, if you abuse them, they will be unable to do their best. Think about it. Treat people like cows" Zig Ziglar ...

...and success will follow you.
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"It started out innocently. I was attending brunch at a friend's house. The aroma of bacon and coffee wafted through the air; our infants napped contentedly. But before long, our chatting turned into moaning and groaning. One friend began complaining about her mother-in-law's behavior at a recent dinner. Another kvetched about her brother's out-of-control toddler. Yet another deplored her boss's ineptitude. Soon I was bad-mouthing my own mother, who had just visited. One small complaint had snowballed into an avalanche of dissatisfaction."

"An avalanche of dissatisfaction?"

This is one person's story of how we can start, move, and run on the the negative comments from other people.

Open your ears and you'll find that complaining is an integral part of most people's daily exchanges.

We've all done this, but we don't have to live there.

If we're not careful this can become a very bad habit that is so hard to overcome, but overcome we must if we ever hope to get to where we want to go.

Try going just 24 hours without saying something negative.

It's hard to do at first, but we can become a wheel of good things to say if we develop the habit of noticing and commenting on the good rather than the bad.

It's a habit like any other habit that we can conquer and grow in each and everyone of us.

People will be attracted to you and success will follow.

By the way, I love that sweater you're wearing.

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Whatever you give your time to is what you'll be good at. It's what will occupy and control your thoughts which will produce the actions that you take.

If you spend your time on video games, you will become proficient at video games. If you watch TV all day, you'll be able to tell us what's on every channel. Spend time listening to people, you'll become a skilled communicator.

Time is an element that we all live in. 24 hours in a day seven days a week is all everyone of us has. How you spend that time and what you do with it will make all the difference in the world as to what direction and how successful your life will be.

Spend it wisely.

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If you've ever studied success or been to any impactful business or personal training, Visions and Goals were probably part of the subject. It's critical to have a destination determined before you start on any journey. You may not know all of the details yet, but you should know what steps you need to take right now.

When we've heard information before, like Visions and Goals, it sometimes doesn’t seem as important. We can overlook the importance of it because it has become so familiar to us.

But don’t let the foundational basics become so familiar to you that you think knowing them is somehow going to magically help you. It takes consistent implementation of the basics to have consistent success.

Do you have your Visions and Goals in writing?

Are you reviewing them frequently?

Are you measuring your progress?

Are you adjusting your plans as necessary?

If you are, AWESOME!

If not, you may want to change that kind of thinking.

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"Do you know who the loneliest people are in this world?

The loneliest people in this world are not those who have become weary of pain, but are those who have become weary of pleasure.

That is the ultimate form of disappointment.

When pleasure has nothing left to give, and we indulge and indulge and have nothing to look forward too."

It's empty and lonely to be in such a place.

Jesus said, "Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light." Matthew 11:28

You're searching for peace: you long for it. You thought you would find it if you made a lot of money, but you didn’t find it. You thought you would find it if you had sexual experiences, but you didn’t find it.

You thought you would find it if you got drunk, but you didn’t find it. You thought you would find it in getting and accumulating a lot of knowledge, so you got all the degrees you could get, but you didn’t find it. You’ve searched the religions of the world, but you haven’t found it.

There are a thousand ways you’ve turned, trying to find peace, but you haven’t found it.

You’ve escaped from reality for a few moments, maybe for a few hours, and then it’s back—the old burden, the old suffering, the old emptiness, the old monotony, the old grind.

Give your life to Christ and let Him give you “the peace that passes all understanding” (Philippians 4:7).
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Have you ever let the difficulties of life stop you?

I think we all have at one time or another. I bet you've also have experienced times that you did something extraordinary, something that you weren’t sure you could accomplish until you did.

What is it that you must accomplish or have in your life today?

Until you get to the point that temporary defeat will not stop you and you must succeed, you probably won’t.
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What's prosperity? It's not just about making money. Think you know? More importantly, think you can handle it?  http://prosperity.choosetherightcareer.com
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Warren Buffett is worth about 60 Billion dollars today. He gives some advice about talent and IQ below.

He compares IQ and talent to the horsepower of a motor, but rationality to the output, or "how efficiently the motor works.

"As he puts it: "A lot of people start out with 400 hp motors and get a 100 hp of output, and it's way better to have a 200 hp motor and get it all into output."

So why do smart people do things that interfere with getting the output they're capable of?

According to Warren Buffett, it has to do with one's habits, character, and temperament:

"Everybody here has the ability absolutely to do anything I do and much beyond, and some of you will and some of you won't. The ones that won't, it'll be because you get in your own way. It won't be that the world doesn't allow you to. It will be because you don't allow yourself to."

So how do you become a more rational person? Buffett suggests picking a person you truly admire, then taking a moment to list the qualities that make you respect that person.

He then recommends practicing those qualities, as you would practice training for a sport, until you "make them your own." A little practice will begin to produce habit-forming actions, therefore converting all your horsepower into output.

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Most people want changes in their life, but there's a big difference between what we desire and what we intend to do.

When we intend to do something, we have goals that are backed up by plans and actions.

It's like cleaning the garage. I desire to clean the garage but until my intentions line up with my desires, the garage stays the same.

Is there something you intend to change this year?

How are you going to do it?

When are you going to start?

What will you do when you meet with those temporary defeats?

Check your actions to make sure they are in alignment with your objectives. Make necessary adjustments and keep moving forward.

When you intend to reach your goals this year, there's a good chance you will.

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One of the common characteristics of the most successful people throughout history is they are committed to continuous learning and growth. 
  
Decide to consistently learn this year. If there is an area that you want to improve in, make sure you continually seek instruction. 

Learn all you can. 

Learn what works. 

Learn what doesn’t work. 

Learn by reading and listening to others. 

Learn by doing. 

No matter what vehicle you use, make sure that you are constantly taking information in and learning and growing. 
  
Remember that it usually doesn’t happen by accident. 

Do you have a time set aside to learn? Maybe first thing in the morning will work? Maybe before you go to bed at night? Maybe you can read or listen to training materials at lunch time? Maybe you can listen to instructional information while you drive in automobile university, as Zig Ziglar used to say? 
  
Make a plan and don’t stop. Keep focused on learning and growing and you will unleash the greatness within you. 

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What Are You Afraid Of?

The hero and the coward feel the same thing. The difference between them is that the hero projects his fear onto his opponent, while the coward runs.

"Never let your feat determine who you are, and never let where you come from determine where you're going." Dewey Bozella

Remember fear is a liar! Don't succumb to it's pressure.
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I struggled for a long time trying to figure out how to succeed in the Network Marketing Industry. I was chasing friends and family, cold-calling strangers, buying leads, every day, and getting zero results. So, one day, I just gave up and stopped trying. I was a complete failure and didn’t have a clue as to what I was doing wrong. I really believed in the potential of the Netowrk Marketing Industry, even though I didn’t exactly know what I was doing wrong. That’s when the light came on for me, and I finally realized what my real problem was: I wasn’t “marketing” I was actually network “convincing” and network “prospecting,” not network “marketing.” Once I figured out the problem, my business turned around almost overnight. If you're interested in running your own business and work with me, fill in your application information, and I will be in touch with you. TheDiamondHighway
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