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6 Actions to Correct Negative Thought Patterns

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Today’s post is by author and story coach Chris Pearson: “I’m not good enough.” “I can’t do this.” “No one will like this.” Do these phrases sound familiar?
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10 Colors That Increase Sales, and Why

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Marketers and graphic designers have long known that color plays a major role in the success of any marketing campaign. Specific colors tend to stir certain emotions in customers, thus creating brand relevance and motivating purchases. The following lists 10 colors that increase sales, along with the specific emotions they evoke.

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The Story Structure Countdown: How Different ‘Experts’ Say You Should Structure a Story

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The Story Structure Countdown Lots of people have come up with lots of ways to map, chart, categorize, name and formulate story patterns and structures.
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The Toxic Beliefs Successful People Quarantine

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There is nothing wrong with making a mistake. It's what you say to yourself after you mess up that matters. Your self-talk (the thoughts you have about your feelings) can either magnify the negativity or help you turn that misstep into something productive. As Henry Ford said, “He who believes he [...]
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Keyword Tool: 750 Google Keyword Suggestions for Free. Use 192 Google Domains & 83 Languages

Keyword Tool: 750 Google Keyword Suggestions for Free. Use 192 Google Domains & 83 Languages | onlineconsult | Scoop.it
KeywordTool.io is the best FREE alternative to Google Keyword Planner and Ubersuggest. It uses Google's autocomplete feature to get over 750 long-tail keywords for any given query. KeywordTool.io supports 83 different languages and 192 Google domains.
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Leveraging content to drive awareness, permission and sale - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

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An infographic showing how to use content marketing to grow your business What do you do at a time when paid-for media is neither reliable nor scalable, ea. Marketing topic(s):Content marketing strategy. Advice by Danyl Bosomworth.
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Effective Leaders Ask the Right Questions

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I am always learning how to ask the right questions. And while I love watching Billy on the Street ask questions, his type of questions and techniques won’t

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suggest we will come-up with different solutions when we ask, “Why do American kids know less than kids from Estonia and Poland?” They go on to discuss the myriad of social and family issues in the U.S. that have a far greater impact on this question than teachers. Many of the lessons they teach in the book focus on asking, and thus researching, the right question.

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#Manifestation - Broke? Fix It Yourself BE #Wealthy #Social

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Manifestation.Being broke causes thoughts of despair,feelings of failure,desperation,struggle,lack and need.It prevents us from reaching our potential,living our lives freely.

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The Six Metaphysical Laws

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There are Six Metaphysical Laws of Prosperity, inviolable principles and maxims beyond the physical plane that dictate a person's future success and ultimate prosperity. 1. The Metaphysical Law of Human Radiation recognizes that each person is basically a powerful energy source that radiates a karma of thoughts and feelings, emotions or "vibes," if you will.…

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We - and no one else -  are responsible in every way for our thoughts, actions and reality...and we can change all...

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Free webinar with Christian Wasinger to reboot your mind for success

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San Diego NLP Trainer and Hypnotist explores secrets to success in free webinar series via google hangout

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I am offering three free webinars based on my book "10 Ways to Reboot Your Mind for Success" during the month of September. I do hope you will be able join me, or watch the recording of it.

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Researchers Show How Mindfulness and Thoughts Induce Specific Molecular Changes To Your Genes – Expanded Consciousness

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19 Minutes That Could Change Your Life! (Watch This!)

To download this for FREE, click here! http://www.audible.com/t1/30trial_at?source_code=COMGB900TWS022912 Visit our website http://insideabundance.com/: the largest free Law of attraction...
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The subconscious question that sets you up for easy sucess - or chronic stress

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The subconscious question that sets you up for easy sucess - or chronic stress (Your subconscious mind is dynamic and ever processing. Sleeping or awake, and regardless of where you conscious...
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Australian Physiotherapy Association

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Having already had depression or anxiety increases the risk of developing persistent pain, and developing a chronically painful condition dramatically increases chances of becoming depressed.
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Social Media Posting Schedule To Boost Traffic #infographic

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What if we said 77% of you reading this post could get 192% more traffic by following this social media posting schedule? This post will show you how.

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Social Media Posting Schedule.  My pick for infographic of the day AND for as long as social media exists,
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Top 10 Fengshui Items to Call Money in your Home and Business, improve love life, and peace

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Interested in making your life healthy and wealthy!! If you are not happy in your relationship with your partner or anxious about the health of your near and dear ones, or disturbed with your bank balance. You do not need to worry at all, just select and buy a Fengshui item among Top 10 Fengshui... http://www.vskartonlinedeals.com/top-10-fengshui-items-to-call-money-in-your-home-and-business/
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32 Creative And Unique Business Cards That Stand Out

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Looking for an innovative business card for yourself? Check out these 32 ingenious examples that are sure to leave a lasting impression. It’s interesting to see not just creative businesses like agencies, design firms and photographers using unconventional cards but also lawyers, doctors, finance professionals, etc. If cost is a concern, you can also create […]
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Studying With Quizzes Helps Make Sure the Material Sticks

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Neuroscientists have known for a long time that regular quizzing on information helps make it stick, but students and teachers don't always know how to apply that research to classroom practice or study habits.
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The Content Grid v2 [infographic] - Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

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A genuine framework to operationalise your inbound (or content) marketing We're big fans of the marketing that Eloqua do, much of it with designers JESS3,. Marketing topic(s):Content marketing strategy. Advice by Danyl Bosomworth.
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14 Amazingly Free Stock Photo Websites

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If you've ever tried searching for free stock photos on the Internet, you probably know what a ridiculous hassle it can be.

As a general rule, free stock photos are extremely difficult to find. A huge portion of the stock photo market is owned by professional companies like Shutterstock and 123RF, who charge $20 or more for a single photo. Even when you can find free stock photos, most are low resolution, watermarked, blurry and, at best, uninspired.

Lucky for you, there are a few ways to access high-quality stock photos without any hassle or significant cost.

Here's a lovingly curated list of the world's best free stock photo websites for designers, business owners and anyone else...


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Casey Ark highlights 14 free stock photo sources. Highly recommended for bloggers, marketers and content marketing pros 10/10


Thanks to Doug Hall for sharing this article.

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So useful for bloggers

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Images are important to use throughout a websites content but finding great photos can eat-up a lot of time.  Images help attract reader attention by breaking up text and providing visualization.  Adding images will improve also your SEO if a targeted keyword is included into the alt text.  I found the fourteen websites listed above to be extremely useful resources, which I will definitely be of use in the near future! 

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Transform your relationship by assuming the best intentions

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“Happiness is a conscious choice, not an automatic response.” ~Mildred Barthel

I used to think he was out to get me. The man of my dreams was continually plotting to undermine my happiness in countless ways, all for some mysterious reason I couldn’t comprehend.

“Can you give me a ride to work today?” He missed his shuttle on the morning I had my first speech, a forty-five-minute drive in the opposite direction. He obviously didn’t want me to succeed in my career.

“Are you wearing that tonight?” Oh great, just before we go out to meet friends for dinner he wanted to throw off my confidence in how I looked. Did he think I was getting fat?

“Can you come help me with this?” Couldn’t he see that I was in the middle of a relaxing Saturday morning, my first bit of sanity after a very stressful week? He must not care if I got any down time, though you could bet he’d be sitting on the couch watching golf all afternoon.

A lot of my time was spent stewing, working over these scenarios and replaying them in my mind. Over thinking was my specialty, my calling card in life. I prided myself on seeing things other people missed, reading between the lines to get to the “real” meaning.

These little bits of drama took a lot of mental effort for me to concoct, but after a while I became really good at them. I could summon up a motive from his every glance or change of tone, sometimes simply from thin air.

Never mindt  that I still considered him my dream man, just one with the not-so-adorable quirk of trying to undermine happiness.

What did that say about me?

Like most of my uncomfortable feelings, I pushed these thoughts down, working to keep things cool on the surface while I boiled underneath.

Life kept moving forward, and then one day my brother had a heart attack. A year later, a friend had a brain aneurysm. Both survived, but it changed our mindset about time and dreams.

We decided to sell everything we owned and travel the world, taking our retirement dreams and living them at midlife instead, when we had the health and energy to enjoy them. It was a beautiful time, planning our grand adventure and then stepping into it together.

But still, I had these nagging thoughts about him and his continued efforts to rob me of my happiness, even as we were living out our biggest dream. Looking back, it was pure insanity.

“I read about this site in Northern Peru that’s supposed to be really cool. Want to go there next instead of Machu Picchu?” He knew I was dying to go to Machu Picchu. Why would he try to take that away from me? He didn’t want me to be happy.

“Why don’t you write in the early mornings so we still have the days to explore Edinburgh together?” He knew I wasn’t a morning person, so why would he ask such a thing? Because he was a morning person, that’s why. He thought I was lazy.

“I’ve been editing the podcasts and you say “this and that” a lot. It detracts from the message. Can you tamp it down?” Hey, I just got a compliment from a guest on my radio voice. Why was he nitpicking like that? He couldn’t stand it that someone said something nice to me.

None of my thoughts were said out loud, but they did needle at my happiness in small bursts multiple times a day. We were rarely apart in this traveling lifestyle, especially when we started publishing books and podcasts together, and I found an ulterior motive in almost everything he said. Over time, my brain almost melted at the continuous effort required to read into his every word. It was a full-time job.

Then a very big fight happened, one of those life-changing arguments, and I let the cat out of the bag. He was stunned.

“Of course I’m not out to get you. I love you.”

At the end of all the harsh words and tears this was a revelation, an insight into this years-long issue in our relationship.

It wasn’t him; it was me.

All those years of reading between the lines, a skill I’d honed since childhood, kept me from seeing reality. I was ignoring the black and white meaning of what he said in favor of some imagined murky gray story with no basis in fact.

My writer’s mind was altering my own life story, as it happened, without the consent or knowledge of the other main character. I was changing a light-hearted romance into a mystery and painting my husband as the bad guy.

In the aftermath of the very big fight, we agreed to always assume the best intentions of the other person, no matter what words were chosen in the delivery. Instead of picking apart how it was said, we would focus on where it came from, which was always from the heart.

Questions were encouraged. Clarification was required. No guessing games allowed.

It was surprising how fast this one change impacted my outlook. I stopped spinning crazy stories in my head and focused on the moment, what this man who loved me was trying to convey. When I didn’t understand, or the understanding I had was negative, I asked for clarification.

He always freely gave it.

He wanted to see everything in the world with me. He wanted me to have time to write, but also to play together. He wanted the work we produced to be as professional as possible, and he knew we both had quirks to overcome.

The meaning was there in plain sight, in the honesty of his words. He wanted the best for us in everything, as anyone in love would.

He wasn’t out to get me. He was out to love me, to share a life with me, and all I had to do was take him at his word.

The day we vowed to always assume the best intentions in each other was as powerful as the day we vowed to be together forever. And it makes honoring that marriage vow a lot more enjoyable.

 

How to Train Yourself to Assume the Best Intentions


1. Every single day, compliment or thank your partner for something they’ve done.

Make gratitude for what they do right an everyday thing and the occasional slip ups will not seem as big. It also reinforces positive behaviors, making them more likely to continue.


2. When your partner says or does something that rankles you, first stop and ask yourself if a stranger in the room with you right at that moment would have the same reaction.

If you’re over thinking, you will have added layers of meaning that aren’t there. But if you look at it from the outside, it’s a more realistic version of events. It will help center you.


3. If all else fails, ask for clarification.

“I may have taken this the wrong way. Did you mean X?” This gives your partner the chance to clear it up right away, before you’ve had a chance to concoct a story in your head.

It will take some time to train yourself from over thinking and reading between the lines, but it can be done. And you (and your partner) will be happier because of it.

 

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10 Ways to Reboot Your Mind for Success - Hangout 8/19/2014 - YouTube

Based on his Bestseller "10 Ways to Reboot Your Mind for Success" Christian Wasinger shares with you tools that help you break through some of your limitatio...

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Christian Wasinger, CMO - Chief Mind Officer's curator insight, August 19, 2014 10:21 PM

Here's the video of today's Goggle Hangout. I hope you enjoy it. Another one soon to come.

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thebahamasweekly.com - Subconscious communication

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Our subconscious mind is a much stronger communicator than our conscious mind. Have you ever experienced trying with earnest to communicate a message to get what you want, only to receive the exact result you were praying you wouldn’t get? Studies in varying disciplines including, science, the metaphysical and even spiritual all agree that we don’t necessarily get what we want or hope for, but we get what we subconsciously expect.

Truly our experiences are simply a reflection of our belief systems and what we allow to permeate our minds. A simple example, someone who has been repeatedly rejected after interviewing for several different jobs can easily begin to believe no one wants to hire them. What then happens as they continue to go on job interviews? They may get super excited about the opportunity, they may practice giving all the right answers, but if deep down they expect another ‘no’, it is highly unlikely they will get the job. It may not have anything to do with qualifications. However, if they really expect this interview will end like the others, chances are they may subconsciously sabotage the opportunity. They may exhibit negative body language or facial expressions. They may mumble or fumble with their answers, it is not even uncommon that something will happen to make them late or some other circumstance may arise to disqualify the person who in their heart expects to be turned down once more.

Mastering our communication skills does not only involve good grammar, proper pronunciation, the ability to engage your audience and speaking with clarity. It also involves being in tune with what may be going on with you on a deeper level. I recently had a client who said that every time she had a morning where she really did not want to be bothered with her colleagues; that would be the morning that someone would say something to really test her patience. As we delved deeper, she admitted that whenever she was having one of those mornings, on her way to work she would repeatedly say to herself, “Watch someone say something to piss me off today.” And as envisioned, she was getting precisely what she anticipated.

Have you ever noticed; there are some people who are always on the receiving end of bad customer service? No matter where they go, they get the cashier who makes an error with their order; they get the rudest waitress in the restaurant or the worst seat in the house. Well dare I say, if you have had a few bad experiences, you may now subconsciously expect them and true to form they will continue to show up.

This is why Tiger Woods and other athletes are trained to play the game out in their mind before they compete. They learn to subconsciously create the desired outcome, not focus on past mistakes. So, if you are about to address something where there is a lot at stake, give yourself a check-up from the neck up first, because your subconscious will win every time.



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Our subconscious mind is a much stronger communicator than our conscious mind. Have you ever experienced trying with earnest to communicate a message to get what you want, only to receive the exact result you were praying you wouldn’t get? Studies in varying disciplines including, science, the metaphysical and even spiritual all agree that we don’t necessarily get what we want or hope for, but we get what we subconsciously expect.

Truly our experiences are simply a reflection of our belief systems and what we allow to permeate our minds. A simple example, someone who has been repeatedly rejected after interviewing for several different jobs can easily begin to believe no one wants to hire them. What then happens as they continue to go on job interviews? They may get super excited about the opportunity, they may practice giving all the right answers, but if deep down they expect another ‘no’, it is highly unlikely they will get the job. It may not have anything to do with qualifications. However, if they really expect this interview will end like the others, chances are they may subconsciously sabotage the opportunity. They may exhibit negative body language or facial expressions. They may mumble or fumble with their answers, it is not even uncommon that something will happen to make them late or some other circumstance may arise to disqualify the person who in their heart expects to be turned down once more.

Mastering our communication skills does not only involve good grammar, proper pronunciation, the ability to engage your audience and speaking with clarity. It also involves being in tune with what may be going on with you on a deeper level. I recently had a client who said that every time she had a morning where she really did not want to be bothered with her colleagues; that would be the morning that someone would say something to really test her patience. As we delved deeper, she admitted that whenever she was having one of those mornings, on her way to work she would repeatedly say to herself, “Watch someone say something to piss me off today.” And as envisioned, she was getting precisely what she anticipated.

Have you ever noticed; there are some people who are always on the receiving end of bad customer service? No matter where they go, they get the cashier who makes an error with their order; they get the rudest waitress in the restaurant or the worst seat in the house. Well dare I say, if you have had a few bad experiences, you may now subconsciously expect them and true to form they will continue to show up.

This is why Tiger Woods and other athletes are trained to play the game out in their mind before they compete. They learn to subconsciously create the desired outcome, not focus on past mistakes. So, if you are about to address something where there is a lot at stake, give yourself a check-up from the neck up first, because your subconscious will win every time.


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This chart can change your mindset and unlock new learning opportunities

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This chart helps lay out the basic idea behind changing your mindset. You can use a 'fixed' or a 'growth' mindset to enhance your life. Which will you choose?

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Paul Avila's curator insight, November 30, 2013 9:33 PM

This chart can be used for students as a guideline for the right mindset in dealing with their education. Students need the right mindset to achieve in schools and avoid the mental barriers preventing them from growth. I would probably use this chart in the beginning of the school year to show what I expect from my students.  This could be useful for the less motivated students in the class.

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For college students, developing a 21st-century mindframe is crucial to establishing a healthy work and personal life. This chart gives one a perspective on what behaviors one can cultivate as a professional.

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Believing is seeing: how people's beliefs influence goals, emotions and behaviour - Teunissen - 2013 - Medical Education - Wiley Online Library

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Entity vs Incremental - Believing is seeing: how people's beliefs influence goals, emotions and behaviour http://t.co/kTDpFJoiJ8 #MedEd
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