Tuesday, September 13, 2011

You Can Call It Hereditary, But I Call It Programming

There is nothing that I hate more than struggling.

Who doesn't?

I ran across some information from Bob Proctor about how your mind sponges everything you are exposed to from the age of 0 to 5.

These thoughts, mannerisms, accents, gestures, beliefs, thigh slaps, nose picking, the way you laugh, etc, you take to your adult life.

So technically the person that you are now, is a cocktail of all the beliefs and habits of all the people you where around during your young life.

So if you grew up struggling financially, guess how YOU will set up your life to be when you are older?

Your habits will make you procrastinate or neglect certain things that are vital for your future success.

We intentionally self sabotage our lives and we blame Julius Malema, I mean we blame others for it.

“Take 100% responsibility for your life.” ~ Jack Canfield

You can blame other people for your problems but that won't change a thing, for YOU.

You will just be another vandal in the street with a placard, wanting a short term solution for a long term problem.

Yours in compassion,

Musa

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