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  • Monthly Archives: January 2010

    How to Increase Your Productivity

    When I began to grasp the magnitude of this concept – the greatness of this idea – this idea listening for what you hear yourself think you “should” do, I phoned my mom. She answered the phone and I practically shouted, “Mom, I have a secret. Do you want to know what I think I have figured out? I really think that I have come up with an idea to help unmotivated people.” I could hardly contain my excitement. I just had to find out what one other person thought of this idea.

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    How Can the Words, “I Shouldn’t,” Help Us?

    The quickest way to form a suggestion, where thoughts commence with the word “shouldn’t”, is to ruminate about things you don’t want or things you don’t like. One thought concerning what you don’t want leads to corresponding thoughts. One thought about what you don’t want causes’ things that you don’t like to enter your mind. Before you know it, you are thinking about what you “shouldn’t” do. In the blink of an eye, we can convert a “should” thought into “shouldn’t” thinking.

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    Using the Word “Should”

    This concept can work for you. However, it is necessary to take prompt action, if you want to understand the benefits that your subconscious mind offers. For optimal results while using this concept, when you detect something that you “should” do – a simple nudge from your subconscious mind – follow through (take action) as soon as possible. This will create a block of time to accomplish the next guidance and ideas that your subconscious sends forth.

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    Understanding the Word “Should”

    “What should I do?” is the one query that without fail gets a reply. You are probably aware of the way the word “should,” can affect you. It hints that you must to do something, it sets up responsibility, and the word “should,” can leave you feeling notably guilty. It is natural to resist a person who tells us what we “should” do, and, when we think we “should” do something, this resistance can be equally severe.

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    Tuning in the Word Should

    The five senses stimulate our thinking, and bring forth the word “should”. For example , you open a container from the refrigerator and the smell prompts you to think, I “should” throw this away. You may feel hot, and the sweat running down your forehead could cause you to think, I “should” turn on the air conditioning before I roast. Suppose you see that your car is dirty, and think to yourself, I “should” wash the car, sometime soon.

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    Let Go

    To let go does not mean to stop caring, it means I can’t do it for someone else.

    To let go is not to cut myself off, it’s the realization I can’t control another.

    To let go is not to enable, but to allow learning from natural consequences.

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    Embracing Change

    Some people seem to believe that happiness is something that we can get or a goal to reach. Happiness is something that we already have. Within each of us is a wellspring of happiness waiting for us to recognize and welcome. We have the ability to feel joyful every day, even on a moment-by-moment basis.

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    My Place in a Changing World

    Thank you Brandi for all of your love and support. Without your help, “This Should Help” would be a simple dream…you helped bring it to life, with your empathy and compassion.

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    Focus on Peace

    The things that we don’t want to happen in our world hold no meaning. What we want means everything to us.

    If we, as a nation, continue to evaluate and implement change by focusing on what we don’t want and don’t like, the wars will continue and the technology will advance. Will our lives improve? Focus on Peace.

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    Focus on the Solution not the Problem

    I received an email a while back from a woman who had discovered that she had had a mouse in her purse. Her solution to prevent this from happening, was to hang her purse out of reach. Of course, this was a solution, and it was an effective approach to her problem. However, she still had yet to discover a solution to the problems that the mice were causing in other areas of her life.