Friday, August 10, 2012


Last week I shared with you a post how to discover hidden talents. I’m happy to say that today I want to address limiting beliefs, which could seriously hold you back from achieving your goals if we don’t take steps to address it. 

Does your life doesn't taste good? Simply change one or two ingredients of a known recipe. That’s all you need to do in your life. Change some little thing you’re doing. That one change will affect everything else for the better and make you a winner. If you have hit a bump in the road, you need these ten rules to help you do everything.

Change is happening every second whether we know it or not. Life is living with change. The first step may be hard to take, but take it you must. Stuff that fear down, open your eyes and go. There is a gold mine within from which every man can draw all that is necessary for abundant living. Why not use the great powers of your mind? Here is how amazing power of your mind works, are within everyone.

May be there are some setbacks holding you down. Don't blame yourself. It will just make you feel bad and damage your self esteem, find out how to deal with setbacks. Get out of your comfort zone; we all tend to stick with what we know, what feels safe. If this is how you feel and you hate it, here are the top 5 ways to break out of a boring life.

Try a recipe for home. A recipe for school. A recipe for work. A recipe for praying. A recipe for managing your time. A recipe for managing your people. A recipe for managing your cash flow. A recipe for lefting yourself to be you.

And the more you can learn about yourself and how you react to change, the happier you can become. Become a master of change; work at it like a craftsman who hones his skills. If your life is boring; change the recipe and also you need to be with the ability to get yourself to take action regardless of your emotional state, self-discipline.

As always, I'd love to hear your comments, thoughts and suggestions so be sure to leave them
at the bottom of the article. I'll read every single one, Honest!

"Resolve to be a master of change rather than a victim of change." - Brian Tracy 

About the Author
Robert Malugu is the founder and editor of Malugu Robert - The Positive Thinking Site. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, at Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn.

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