End procrastination forever

January 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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End procrastination forever

The best way to end procrastination forever, so you can stop
being a “Pro Crastinator” and get more accomplished in less time.

Now let’s start off with a quote from Benjamin Franklin, since
we visited him last time.  He said, “Never put off ’til tomorrow
that which you can do today.”  Now there’s some pretty wise words
from ole’ Ben Franklin.

Now let me ask you a question, “In your heart of hearts are you
just a crastinator, or are you a procrastinator?”

Now that may get a little chuckle out of you, but you know what
I mean.

Procrastination is one of our big problems and roadblocks in
achieving our success.  Many times the actions that produce the
results we want never get done because we get lost in the wishes,
hopes, and maybes that everything will come about without us
taking any action to make things happen.

You see, we actually must do instead of say to achieve the
successes we desire.  By conquering procrastination, you live
a life of satisfying accomplishments.  I’d like to repeat that
again:  By conquering procrastination, you live a life of
satisfying accomplishments.

There’s a specific three word phrase that I share with my
USP success proteges (maybe you would like to know it too?)…

This is an excerpt from just one of the lessons in the
Ultimate Success Program.

When you’re ready, I invite you to join the thousands
who have applied these life lessons that I’ve put together
into a step-by-step success program.

There’s one recurring theme through all of the lessons,
and that is to take action on each and every step. If
you don’t do that, nothing will happen for you.

The law of cause and effect is real, you must be the
cause (the action) to get the desired effect (your
dreams and goals).

May I help you too?

http://Ultimate-Success-Program.com

As always, my best to you —

Mark Hendricks

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Be enthusiastic

January 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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Be enthusiastic

No one has ever succeeded without being enthusiastic, full of
spirit, hope, and action.  It’s what will carry you through
when the odds are against you.  It’s what will carry you through
when you’ve tried and failed.  It’s what will carry you through
when you’re tired of trying again and again.

Enthusiasm creates the emotional charge that can help you overcome
seemingly insurmountable challenges and obstacles.

How can you create enthusiasm to develop a winning, positive
attitude and eliminate the negative attitudes that may be blocking
your success?

Keep your mind focused on your goals.

Focus revs up your subconscious mind to a high rate of activity
with a positive, emotional charge.

Understand that emotional-charged action toward a positive goal
is more powerful than the logical inertial of things they say can’t
be done.

And use these two phrases to keep you enthusiastic…

This is an excerpt from just one of the lessons in the
Ultimate Success Program.

When you’re ready, I invite you to join the thousands
who have applied these life lessons that I’ve put together
into a step-by-step success program.

There’s one recurring theme through all of the lessons,
and that is to take action on each and every step. If
you don’t do that, nothing will happen for you.

The law of cause and effect is real, you must be the
cause (the action) to get the desired effect (your
dreams and goals).

May I help you too?

http://Ultimate-Success-Program.com

As always, my best to you —

Mark Hendricks

.

You must expect to do something worthwhile with your life

January 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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You must expect to do something worthwhile with your life

Have you ever heard parents, grandparents, or maybe your teachers
say to you, “All that I expect is that you do something worthwhile
with your life”?

Now it’s good that they say that to you, and in that one sentence,
that phrase that they say, you find that it is expected that you
should do something worthwhile with your life, and you must expect
to do something worthwhile with your life.

Now for you to do something worthwhile with your life, you must
first expect it to happen.  This is what first sets everything in
motion.  Your expectations overcome inertia.

It’s been written, “To whom much is given, much is expected.”

The more you become successful, the more success is expected of
you to continue to grow and bear fruit like a mature fruit tree
or the shade of the mighty, old oak tree.  Having great expectations
gets us wanting to do well in every activity we pursue.

Great expectations set our goals and standards high.  Great
expectations create in us an awareness of things that are right
and good, a sense of personal freedoms along with their
responsibilities, and a sensitivity to life in all its wonder
and excitement.

The miracle of great expectations.

You create your own miracle.

You must believe in them, anticipate them, invite them, and
find them by first planting great expectations in your feelings
and thoughts.

This is an excerpt from just one of the lessons in the
Ultimate Success Program.

When you’re ready, I invite you to join the thousands
who have applied these life lessons that I’ve put together
into a step-by-step success program.

There’s one recurring theme through all of the lessons,
and that is to take action on each and every step. If
you don’t do that, nothing will happen for you.

The law of cause and effect is real, you must be the
cause (the action) to get the desired effect (your
dreams and goals).

May I help you too?

http://Ultimate-Success-Program.com

As always, my best to you —

Mark Hendricks

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How to use “failure” as your ticket to astounding success

January 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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How to use “failure” as your ticket to astounding success

Now, let’s talk about how to use what others call “failure” as
your ticket to astounding success.

Here’s a few things to consider.

You must fight your negative emotions with positive emotions.
We humans are emotional creatures with logical and creative
thinking attached.  You must first fight the battle for your
mind by replacing your negative feelings with positive feelings,
so your logical and creative mind can flourish.

Understand that the act of failing is not failure.  It is rather
a corrective measuring stick in your success toolbox.  This is
the success system that you were born with, and it’s the same
success system that will work for you throughout your life as
long as you do not get in its way with your negative emotions
and clouded thinking.

When looking at, and admiring successful people, always realize
that their success is made up of their ability to correct their
failed attempts and their persistence in testing new approaches
step by step by step towards success.

Your success will be made out of your mistakes that you turn
into successes.  When we get handed a lemon, we’ve got to learn
how to make lemonade.  And that’s what we have to do with our
mistakes and hardships that come our way.  We’ve got to turn
things around and turn them into positives.

When we get handed a lemon, we’ve got to learn how to make lemonade.

You must rise above your failures by using your instinctive success
system that has worked time and time again for you throughout your
life.  If you will get your negative emotions out of the way and
apply positive persistence, there is nothing that can stop you.

What are some negative thoughts that haunt you?

Go through the list of failure symptoms to see which ones may be
holding you back.  Become aware of these symptoms during the activities
of each day.  Think about your feelings as situations arise.  Pay
close attention to your feelings, so you can identify and expose
them for what they are.  And learn to turn these lemons into lemonade.

You must work diligently to make your thinking rational rather than
emotional thinking.  It is good to have positive emotional feelings
and to have positive rational thinking.  You will learn your strengths
and your weaknesses.  Learn to focus and use your strengths to your
advantage and improve your weaknesses as time goes by.

If there are areas in which you are weak, look for other people to
fill in those gaps in your effort.  This makes for good teamwork or
provides opportunities for others to be of positive service in
their lives, too.

Focus on your past successes, so the process of achieving them becomes
your model for achieving future successes, too.  Control your thoughts
by filling your mind with positive thoughts and feelings.

Yes, you will have negatives come before you.  It happens to all of us.

You must choose how to deal with these negatives and then take positive
action on your choices and measure the results you get against the
outcomes your desired, and make adjustments and take action again.

Fighting failure feelings is a battle that continually goes on in your
mind, and the best defense against these negative feelings is your
strong positive offense of using your power of choice, taking decisive
action, and observing the results to make course corrections along
the way.

This is an excerpt from just one of the lessons in the
Ultimate Success Program.

When you’re ready, I invite you to join the thousands
who have applied these life lessons that I’ve put together
into a step-by-step success program.

There’s one recurring theme through all of the lessons,
and that is to take action on each and every step. If
you don’t do that, nothing will happen for you.

The law of cause and effect is real, you must be the
cause (the action) to get the desired effect (your
dreams and goals).

May I help you too?

http://Ultimate-Success-Program.com

As always, my best to you —

Mark Hendricks

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Let’s talk about self-esteem

January 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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Let’s talk about self-esteem

Let’s talk about self-esteem a little bit.

Self-esteem is how you feel about your worthiness and importance
as a human being.  It’s your attitude about yourself.

Self-esteem is developed very early in life from the messages
you received from your parents and other experts who either told
you positive or negative things about yourself.  Now some of those
experts would be teachers, uncles, aunts, cousins, grandmothers,
grandfathers, relatives, neighbors; anybody who gave you their
opinion of you during those formative years were very influential
in your development of self-esteem.

But, you see, it really wasn’t what they said about you that
developed your self-esteem.  It is more the cumulative results of
your own thoughts and feelings you had in processing those messages
told to you by others.  You see, everything that comes into your
brain, you get to filter, and you get to store it depending on
where you want to store it, how you want to store it, and how
you want to respond to it.

Self-esteem runs on a scale from very high to very low.

The person with high self-esteem has a positive feeling of personal
worth.  The person with low self-esteem feels themselves living under
a cloud of negative circumstances.

A person with high self-esteem feels positive about their life,
valuable and important and worthy of respect and consideration.
They have the ability to influence others and enjoy new challenges
and expect things to go well in the future.  That is so important.
They expect things to go well in the future.

Now the question is…

“Self-esteem or self-confidence – What’s the difference?”

Well, they are different in that self-confidence is having confidence
in a particular skill or situation, and self-esteem relates more to
the deep feeling you have about your own value as a person.

Self-confidence is about the particular skills you have or dealing with
a certain situation, and self-esteem relates more to the feelings that
you have about your own value as a person.

I believe you start life with an innate sense of high self-esteem.  I see
it in how children love to wake up each day, looking forward to playing
and learning new things.  But over time, from the messages we process
from others, we slide down the scale in self-esteem.

And now is your time to climb back up to the level of self-value and
worthiness you were created for.

This is an excerpt from just one of the lessons in the
Ultimate Success Program.

When you’re ready, I invite you to join the thousands
who have applied these life lessons that I’ve put together
into a step-by-step success program.

There’s one recurring theme through all of the lessons,
and that is to take action on each and every step. If
you don’t do that, nothing will happen for you.

The law of cause and effect is real, you must be the
cause (the action) to get the desired effect (your
dreams and goals).

May I help you too?

http://Ultimate-Success-Program.com

As always, my best to you —

Mark Hendricks

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