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Tuesday, 1 March 2011


Time is the wisest counselor of all.


  1. time is costly, having it is an issue and managing it well is another issue.

  2. Catch Me If You Can
    Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse, wouldn’t quit. He struggled so hard that eventually he churned that cream into butter and crawled out. Gentlemen, as of this moment, I am that second mouse.

  3. Dear friends,

    Many people go through their lives without understanding
    why they make the same mistakes, follow the same
    patterns, and live in the same ruts. They aren't
    happy with their present situation, but they seem to
    be unable to make any lasting changes. Are you one of
    these people?

    Perhaps you've attend seminars, read books, and taken
    courses, but, in the end, fallen back into the same
    dysfunctional patterns you've always followed! Why does
    it always turn out this way?

    We struggle to make permanent changes in our lives
    because we input information only into our conscious
    mind. Here's the problem: your conscious mind is not
    what directs your behaviors and belief system.

    To change your behaviors, you must first reprogram
    the hard-wired center of your mind: the subconscious mind.

    How Does Your Subconscious Mind Work?

    The subconscious is the largest part of our mind.
    It contains all the messages we've received throughout
    our lives. It holds millions and millions of thoughts
    grouped into clusters that form beliefs, mindsets and
    character traits.

    The relationship between the conscious and
    subconscious minds is like an iceberg. The conscious
    mind is represented by the visible tip of the
    iceberg, while the subconscious is represented by
    the gigantic lower portion of the iceberg hidden
    from view.

    You can't see the subconscious in action, but it
    certainly has a major impact on the voyage you
    take in your life.

    The subconscious is the place where all of your
    learned behaviors reside. Once you learn to walk,
    you don't need to consider how to lift and place
    each foot to take the next step, do you? Of course
    not! Your subconscious mind automatically controls
    your steps.

    Your subconscious learns behavior through repetition
    and practice. Just as it learned to control your
    footsteps when you learned to walk, it also controls
    your footsteps in your life's journey based on what
    you've reinforced throughout your life.

    The good news is you can reprogram your subconscious
    mind by inputting and reinforcing new thoughts and
    actions! There are several different techniques you
    can use to tap into the subconscious mind and
    reprogram how it works.