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Your Power Tips Bad Luck Or Blessing In Disguise
July 25, 2006
Power Tips newsletter, July Issue
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One Minute Tip:
By keeping a Diary of Victories you will build up your self-esteem. It will
help increase your confidence and chances of dating.
No human being has any authority over you. Your life belongs
to you and to you alone. No scowling face or irritated manner,
no challenging posture or threatening tone has any power
to make you feel nervous or anxious, frightened or angry.
No one can make you happy or sad or excited or angry
unless you give them that power over your life. Decide right now
to only give your power to those things, circumstances,
and people that support you in getting what you want.
Don’t let the negativity given to you by the world disempower you.
Instead give to yourself that which empowers you.
Tips for your Happiness:
Bad Luck … Or Blessing In Disguise?
There was a woman who was in such a hurry to go to the airport. She told the cab driver to step on it. She was so engrossed with her own thoughts that she was not aware they were going on a different route.
Suddenly, a man went inside the cab and took her handbag where she placed her visa, passport, and all her money for the trip.
The driver, who was in cahoots with the robber, left her in the middle of that dark street. She cursed the world for being so mean to her, and she kept on thinking how unlucky she was to be in that situation.
That very same night, she heard a shocking news. Tears flowed down her face. Flight 230 has crashed! It was the plane where she was supposed to board into. If she have not lost her precious belongings, she could have lost something far more important – her life!
Sometimes bad things really happen. We lost our money, failed our exams, or get rejected by others. There are times when nothing seems to go our way.
So what do we do about it? Are we going to be disappointed?
The answer is a resounding “No!” We must take all these frustrations out of our chest and start all over again with the consistent faith that we will get what we deserved.
So what if you failed the exams? Maybe you’d be more successful and much happier in another field. You were rejected by your boyfriend/ girlfriend? There are plenty of others out there who are much better and who are much more deserving of your love and affection.
Don’t waste your time and energy on things that can’t be changed. Continuous worrying will only affect your health on the long run, and you’d be doing much more damage than what was previously done.
Set yourself free. Move onwards with the conviction of a winner. What if we turn the tables around? What if you never ran out of good luck?
There was this man who won the lottery. He thought he was the luckiest person in the world. He became greedy and wasted all his money on everything he could get his hands on. One day, he made it on the front page of the newspaper again. But this time, it was a different story. He was killed because of his riches.
If you attain good luck, never be too secure about it either. Pray for protection and guidance. Life is so unpredictable. You just won’t know what will happen next. Live one day at a time. Sometimes we subject ourselves to unnecessary mental and emotional torture. We ask ourselves, “What if I don’t get this done in time?” or “What if my family leaves me and I’ve got no one else to turn to?”
Work at the present moment. Do what must be done at present and the future will turn out just fine. Believe me. And believe in yourself. As Captain Planet always says:
“The power is yours!”
Michael Lee is the author of “How To Be A Red Hot Persuasion Wizard…In 20 Days Or Less,” an ebook designed to easily seduce others, fully improve your relationships, multiply your profits, win negotiations, and help you attain all the desired freedom and power you could ever dream of. Get a sample chapter and a superpowered report at: http://www.20daypersuasion.com
Tips for your Health:
One of the Many Health Benefits of Sunshine
When the sun strikes your skin, it produces vitamin D. We used to believe that the only purpose of vitamin D was to help your body absorb bone-strengthening calcium. We now know that vitamin D does much more than that. A vitamin D deficiency is clearly linked to an increased risk of cancer, heart disease, Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, depression, osteoporosis, digestive disorders, arthritis, compromised immunity, and a host of other ailments.
To achieve optimal health, you must have optimal vitamin D levels. Very few foods have any appreciable amount of vitamin D. That’s why the sun is your best source just as nature intended. However, if you’re not able to get a moderate amount of sunlight on a regular basis, you can (and should) supplement with cod liver oil, the richest food source of vitamin D.
Crashing After Exercise
If you experience a real dropping feeling about 2 to 3 hours after a fairly intense aerobic workout ,you may be experiencing hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) may occur during or after exercise, for up to 30 hours.
Adjust your pre & post exercise diet appropriately. Some of the signs of hypoglycemia are feeling shaky or lightheaded, nervous or irritable or your heart beating faster. Sometime you may get numbness or tingling in your lips or tongue. Some people get very hungry.
After your work out you may want to take a carbohydrate and protein snack. Keep a good record of how you feel and when you feel that way, so you can update your health practitioner on what is going on with you. Good Luck.
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Tips for your Prosperity:
Getting Prepared To Save
Everyone should create a budget. Even if you arent good with money or dont know where to begin with starting a budget, many businesses such as H&R Block, offer free financial consulting to help you put a budget together. Knowing where you are spending your money is by far the best way to save. In most cases, people have no idea where their money is really going and once they see it on paper, not only are they surprised but they also decide to change their spending habits.
2. What Matters to You
Grab a piece of paper and a pen. Make a list of the 10 most important things in your life. Next to each one, rank them in order of importance using numbers 1 through 10. The purpose of this exercise is to help you see the things you consider the most and least important. This will provide you with a visual of why you need to save. Some examples of things that a person might put on their list are buying a new home or car, a big vacation, starting a business, or paying off debts.
3. You MUST Set Goals
Break your goals into short-term, intermediate-term, and long-term. Being able to see your accomplishments is a great motivator for you to work hard at saving. If you set a short-term goal of saving for a bigger TV for your family room and reach that goal, you will be encouraged to keep saving for the intermediate and long-term goals.
4. Be Realistic
When it comes to saving money, make sure the goals you set for yourself are realistic. If you set your goals to high and never achieve them, you will become discouraged. If you earn $50,000 a year, saving $20,000 would be nice but it is very unrealistic. Make your goals attainable or you will never save.
Once you have set your goal for saving, realize that things can and will change. The secret is learning ways to be flexible. If you normally save $150 a month, when something unexpected happens, you may only be able to save $50 that month. This is fine as long as you focus on getting back on track. When faced with having to change your goals, be sure that you get back on track immediately. Its too easy to slip back into those habits of not saving money.
6. Have A Plan
Planning is a great way to save. Before you go to the grocery store, make a list and stick with it. It was very hard for me to do this. Especially when going to places like Wal-Mart. If considering a vacation, plan everything. Taking a vacation with no set direction will certainly lead you to impulsive spending.
Be patient when it comes to saving. This means that you need to accept that it will take time to save and good planning. Be patient and remember that just because you want something, do not rush to buy just to satisfy your urge. Instead, wait for sales in order to get the best price, which in turn will save you money.
Do not forget to give yourself an allowance for things you enjoy. Even if on a tight budget, buy something that you enjoy, which could be as simple as buying a new shirt or grabbing lunch at your favorite café. If you do not allow yourself this small splurge, you could find yourself in the same position as if dieting. Total deprivation leads to overindulgence.
9. Break old Habits
Take time to learn the various things that trigger your spending. When you are depressed, lonely, sad, anxious, excited, whatever it may be, do you spend more? Once you can identify these triggers then you can learn how to control them. As an example, if you were just laid off from your job, although money is tight, you may have an overwhelming need to spend money. Perhaps you notice that when you are bored, you head for the shops. Knowing what affects you will help you to discipline yourself to find other ways of comfort.
10. Dont Give up the Good Stuff
A misconception is that while trying to save money you have to deal with sub-par merchandise, which is untrue. If you love fresh breads and pastries, visit a bakery thrift store. For your fresh fruits and vegetables, visit your local farmers market. Try eBay or other auction sites to buy top quality merchandise for a huge discount. Watch for neighborhood garage sales or estate sales and auctions to find items you need. Just because you are looking for bargains as a way of saving money does not mean you have to skimp on quality.
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Thought of the day – from a twisted mind.
THE EARLY BIRD MAY GET THE WORM, BUT THE SECOND MOUSE GETS THE CHEESE.
I DRIVE WAY TOO FAST TO WORRY ABOUT CHOLESTEROL.
A CLEAR CONSCIENCE IS USUALLY THE SIGN OF A BAD MEMORY.
IF YOU THINK NOBODY CARES, TRY MISSING A COUPLE OF PAYMENTS.
EAGLES MAY SOAR, BUT WEASELS DO NOT GET SUCKED INTO JET ENGINES.
DEPRESSION IS MERELY ANGER WITHOUT ENTHUSIASM.
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