Life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow.

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I’ve learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow. I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way he/she handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights. I’ve learned that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you’ll miss them when they’re gone from your life. I’ve learned that making a “living” is not the same thing as making a “life.” I’ve learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance. I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back. I’ve learned that whenever I decide something with an open heart, I usually make the right decision. I’ve learned that even when I have pains, I don’t have to be one. I’ve learned that every day you should reach out and touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back. I’ve learned that I still have a lot to learn. I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

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Posted by on August 25, 2016 in WISDOM



65 YOUR PORTABLE WISDOM GUIDE – Think before you act/speak.



65. Always act and react in respectable manner. Think before you act. Think before you speak. Words spoken in a moment of weakness or anger can float around for decades. Do not write things down on paper that can come back later and complicated your life. Ask for time out or buy more time, but do not do the first thing that comes to mind.


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Posted by on August 25, 2016 in WISDOM



Tom Campbell – Introduction – There is a purpose to our existence series.









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Posted by on August 25, 2016 in WISDOM



64 YOUR PORTABLE WISDOM GUIDE – Allow your imagination to run wild/free.



64. Allow your imagination to run wild and free. Then harness your ideas and make them work for you. Remember what you visualize or worry about will become a reality. Thoughts are linked to feelings and emotions. Walk, talk and act like a champion if you want to become the best you can be.


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Posted by on August 24, 2016 in WISDOM



Somewhere inside there’s a “you” that has absolutely zero fear of failure.



Sure, fear of failure affects lots of people. But how about you? Let’s start off by taking a short quiz.

Answer each question below honestly:

  • Do you ever put off doing something because you’re “not sure how it will turn out”?

  • Do you avoid situations where you will have to try something new in front of people?

  • Have you ever put off doing something you know will improve your life, even though you have “no good reason” not to do it?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of the above questions, you’re not alone. Most people are in this self-defeating boat with you. But there is a way to get out.

In my 12 years as a practicing hypnotherapist, one thing has become absolutely clear: ask the average person why they haven’t accomplished their goals yet, and fear of failure will always crop up as the #1 block to success for most people, most of the time.

But why is this? There are several reasons. Interestingly, they have nothing to do with being born with low self-confidence. It has everything to do with fear of failure being a socially acceptable behavior.

First let’s make sure we are clear on our definition of “failure.” What kind of failure do we actually fear the most?

Most fear of failure is short-sighted — meaning we don’t generally fear failing to do something well after years of practice, hard work and repetition.

What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. This bears repeating: What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time.

If you read that sentence, you will begin to see why “fear of failure” is not a useful fear at all. It’s a kind of neurosis that keeps us from attempting to accomplish anything at all.

Is it really reasonable to expect ourselves (or anyone else) to do anything right the first time around? No. Most people require several attempts and lots of practicing to get things right at all. Yet we go on expecting ourselves to “do it right” the first time out of the gate. Crazy, right?

Let’s take a look at what may have caused this strange state of affairs.

If you went to school, then you have almost certainly been trained to fear failure from an early age. Here’s why: Getting the “right” answer the first time is the only thing that is rewarded in most schools. Getting the wrong answer is punished in a variety of ways: low grades, scolding and contempt from teachers and peers.

Failing is certainly not seen as a prerequisite for success. But is “getting it right the first time” really the way entrepreneurs succeed in the real world? Not at all.

When it comes to starting a business, any successful person will tell you that the fastest way to succeed is to jump in, make things happen, and be OK with failing repeatedly. “Fail fast and fail often” is a saying you’ve probably heard in entrepreneurial circles.

However, in school, were you taught to jump in and make things happen, even if that means you didn’t get it right the first time? Were you rewarded for not being afraid to fail? Probably not (unless you were extremely lucky). Most schoolchildren learn early that if they fail, they get a big, red F on their paper — and all the unpleasantness that goes along with that.

This means that by the age of 18, you’ve been very effectively trained to fear failure. You’ve certainly not been trained to embrace failure as a key step in learning.

If you went to school for 12 years, this means that you’ve basically been “in training” to fear failure not for one year, not for two, but for 12 years straight. (If you went on to college, we can extend that to 16 years or more.)

Does this mean that there’s no hope, since you’ve been steadily indoctrinated to fear failure from the age of 5?

Certainly not. If it did, there’d be very few people out there who experience any kind of success; although highly successful people are not the norm, they do exist. How did they do it? Did they simply never experience failure? Were they blessed with a magical existence?

Of course not.

Somehow, somewhere along the way, they learned to “unlearn” the lesson to fear failure. They learned to go after what they want regardless of how often they were probably going to fail. They even learned to embrace failure as a part of getting what they want out of life.

Somewhere along the way, something changed for them.

“Well, great,” you say. “But we can’t all be them, right?”

Most of us are still stuck with a big, ugly Fear of Failure staring us in the face whenever we try to break out of our current reality, go after big goals, or think about learning something new.

However, there are two things you can do to start breaking the cycle, and unlearning the fear of failure so that you can finally go after those big dreams before it’s too late.

Start “retraining” your brain to go after new things and stretch your comfort zone by taking a class in something you’ve never done before. Yoga, writing, painting, archery — it doesn’t matter what it is. If you’ve never done it before, you’re bound to fail the first few times you try it.

This is a great way to relearn how to court failure, and then overcome it on your way to achievement — even if you’ve already achieved a few “wins” in your life. There’s nothing like being a beginner in something to force you to remember that you have to be “bad” at something before you can get “good!”

You can also use hypnosis to overcome your fear of failure with a free session. If you want to get over your fear even faster, hypnosis is a great option, because by definition it’s “accelerated learning” for the brain. Put this together with option no. 1 and three months from now you could be unstoppable in your fearless pursuit of new achievements.

Even if fear of failure seems like an integrated part of your personality today, it wasn’t always there for you. How do I know that?

Like everyone else on the planet, I bet you were once one-and-a-half years old. Correct? And at that age, you had absolutely no fear of failure. I can say that with confidence because if you were afraid to fail, you’d never have learned to walk!

Somewhere inside there’s a “you” that has absolutely zero fear of failure and wants to try to do everything. Access that brave little person once again, and you can achieve anything.


By Tellman Knudson, CHT / Creator of
The Wealth Switch Hypnosis Session


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Posted by on August 24, 2016 in WISDOM



Remember someone is benefiting from your fear.





Man fear failure, pain, loss, embarrassment, rejection, and a wide range of other stuff. Why do we allow the element of fear to play such a devastating role in our lives? The main reason seems to be that we don’t want to endure pain, discomfort and anxiety because we don’t enjoy the feelings that flood our body and mind. Have the thought ever cross your mind that we don’t fear the same stuff universally? Some of us will allow a spider to sit in our hand without showing any anxiety or fear. Some of us will give a speech in front of a massive audience and enjoy it. There are those that seem to be immune to verbal abuse and rejection. A thick skin repels verbal abuse like a rug treated with a soil repellent. The reason why we have different fear patterns is because those that conditioned us during childhood had different things that they feared during your formative years. There are certain fears that are more universal. Religion and politics in the area where you grew up is usually responsible for specific fears. Fear became a universal control system that is used openly, but more often than not subliminally by governments, religion, banks etc. to put you in an almost endless state of fear. Look around you and you will discover that the whole system was designed to control the masses. The more we fear the thicker the walls become around us that keep us a prisoner. We fear rejection and take endless abuse by our partner. We fear financial pressure and eat the abuse of a slave driving boss daily. We fear crime and build prisons with high walls with barbwire that we live in. We are also controlled by our fear of other races, religions, political groups and the potential of disasters like earth warming or the second coming of Christ. We often fear Muslims and Muslims hate (form of fear) Christian. Can you see the endless invisible chains that keep us locked in a state of mental paralysis? The only way that you can escape the fear trap is to see things as they are and not the way that your controllers want you to view them. Take anything you fear and start researching it. Make it your business to fully understand the dynamics of the subject of your research. Dig deep and ask questions. Knowledge will set you free. Knowledge shines a light in the dark dungeons where fear hides in your mind. Most of the stuff you fear is nothing more than toothless paper tigers that make a lot of noise. Be bold and select one subject today that you would like to expose to the light. I guarantee you that there is virtually nothing that can threaten you once you start applying this principle. Remember someone is benefiting from your fear. Ask yourself who is benefiting from your state of fear and you will identify your fear source and at the same time grasp his/her or their motivation.



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Posted by on August 24, 2016 in WISDOM



63 YOUR PORTABLE WISDOM GUIDE – When in doubt, become still.



63. Allow some time to pass when you are uncertain what to do. When in doubt, become still and gather information. The fool does the first thing that comes to mind and usually makes serious mistakes. The wise man is slow to anger and only takes action when he gathered enough quality data.


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Posted by on August 23, 2016 in WISDOM



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