Monday, May 30, 2011

"Leaving A Legacy" by Jim Rohn

A thoughtful article you will enjoy tremendously here.

Successfully yours,

Musa

Sunday, May 29, 2011

"Whatever You Run Away From Will Always Follow You"

I had a dream I got into a fight with two guys who ended up chasing me in a car while was running away from them on foot.

I used my knowlegde of the streets I was on to my advantage, even had myself shoving the school blazer, tie and glasses I was wearing into my backpack so to make it harder for them to spot me.

Some how they got my cellphone number and I heard my cell ringing in my bag.

Instead of reaching for my phone I decided to slowly scan my surrounds only to find that they were just on the block just across the street I was on.

A lot of spy movies taught we not to breakout into a run after noticing them, so I walked firmly but not in a way that will cause any attention that might get me spotted.

As I made it to the next corner I boltered.

I knew of a safe place nearby & I was heading there only to run into a rabid dog with crazy eyes, and it started biting on my hand.

My brain couldn't understand how, more "why" than "how," I was still being attacked in a place I thought would be safe for me.

And that's when a voice said that I can never run away from whatever it is that is chasing me because I will take the emotion of being attacked everywhere I go.

The solution is to feel safe now & you would have found your safe house.

A feeling of immediate peace came over my mind and my body even started relaxing.

I used what I didn't want as a reference of what I did want.

Next thing I know the guys that were chasing me drove past me. And the dog, whose mouth I was trying to close shut to stop it from biting me 'cause I was tired of running, began licking my hand.


And that's when I woke up and thought it would make for a wonderful blog update for you *smiles*

Use what you don't like as a reference to think up of an experience(s) that would love.

Persist in this and gradually things will begin to change to your liking.

And that is one of the secrets (daily disciplines) to happy living.

Love,

Musa

Monday, May 16, 2011

P.U.S.H aka "Pray Until Something Happens"

I have written out for you an excerpt I know YOU will LOVE from Norman Vincent Peale’s The Power of Positive Thinking: Chapter 4 - Try Prayer Power

“...She discovered amazing power in trying prayer power. You can do the same. Following are ten rules for getting effective results from prayer:

1. Set aside a few minutes every day. Do not say anything. Simply practice thinking about God. This will make your mind spiritually receptive.

2. Then pray orally, using simple, natural words. Tell God anything that is in your mind. Do not think you must use stereotyped pious phrases. Talk to God in your own language. He understands it.

3. Pray as you go about the business of your day, on the subway or bus or at your desk. Utilise minute prayers by closing your eyes to shut out the world and concentrating briefly on God’s presence. The more you do this every day the nearer you will feel God’s presence.

4. Do not always ask when you pray, but instead affirm that God’s blessings are being given, and spend most of your prayers giving thanks.

5. Pray with the belief that sincere prayers can reach out and surround your loved ones with God’s love and protection.

6. Never use a negative thought in prayer. Only positive thoughts get results.

7. Always express willingness to accept God’s will. Ask for what you want, but be willing to take what God gives you. It may be better than what you asked for.

8. Practice the attitude of putting everything in God’s hands. Ask for the ability to do your best and leave the results confidently in God.

9. Pray for people you do not life or who have mistreated you. Resentment is blockade number one of spiritual power.

10. Make a list of people for whom to pray. The more you pray for other people, especially those not connected with you, the more prayers will come back to you.”



© 2011 Musawenkosi Tshoaele. All rights reserved.

PS: I have found my flaw in life is having to keep myself motivated. Norman V. Peale does a GREAT job in KEEPING motivated to keep PAYING THE PRICE just a little more. To go at it just a little more. And it is this "Personal Life Coach" who will be available for YOU 24/7 via his powerful book "The Power of Positive Thinking" that I would like to share with in helping you keep at it just a little more.

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Monday, May 9, 2011

3D: Develop Daily Disciplines

As a creature of focus you need to train yourself into focusing on the opportunity that problems open up and avoid focusing on the limitations that come with problems.

Get into the habit of writing your goals down daily and imagine how it would feel to have them made real AND write down WHY these goals are important to you.

Now you have positive things to focus on, which allow you brain to direct all your senses & perceptions into finding ways for you to achieve your goals.

"Success is the progressive realisation of a worthy ideal." - Earl Nightingale

(c) Musa Tshoaele, 2011

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Vitamins for the Mind by Jim Rohn

Personal Responsibility

Don't become a victim of yourself. Forget about the thief waiting in the alley; what about the thief in your mind?

It is not what happens that determines the major part of your future. What happens, happens to us all. It is what you do about what happens that counts.

You say, "The country is messed up."

That's like cursing the soil and the seed and the sunshine and the rain, which is all you've got.

Don't curse all you've got.

When you get your own planet, you can rearrange this whole deal. This one you've got to take like it comes.

Walk away from the 97% crowd. Don't use their excuses. Take charge of your own life.

Take advice, but not orders. Only give yourself orders.

Abraham Lincoln once said, "Since I will be no one's slave, I will be no one's master."

You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself.

That is something you have charge of.

You don't have charge of the constellations, but you do have charge of whether you read, develop new skills, and take new classes.

Your paycheck is not your employer's responsibility; it's your responsibility. Your employer has no control over your value, but you do.


The above sample you have just read orignates from Jim Rohn's wonderful "The Treasury of Quotes" for YOU to GRAB via Amazon.com.