Tuesday, March 15, 2011

The 10 Secrets of Failure

The 10 Secrets of Failure

By Jim Frances / Source: Real Mind Power Secrets

What does it take to be a winner?

Most successful people do not know how they achieved their success.

Success for them just arrived and was a very pleasant and satisfying experience.

If you stand and talk to a successful person for any length of time you will notice that their attitude and belief system is somewhat different to that which you are used to.

They seem to have a different angle or slant on things which you usually find quite refreshing.

If you could get close enough to these successful people to analyze their belief system you will find that they do none of the following…

Top 10 secrets of failure:

1 – Remain positive all day long... for no reason. This is emotionally unnatural!

2 – Discuss your life's objectives with negative family and friends.

3 – Accept gratuitous advice from unsuccessful people.

4 – Follow-the-herd... because that is what everyone else is doing.

5 – Watch TV constantly... this is guaranteed to destroy all creativity.

6 – Heavily mortgage into debt and absolutely guarantee high stress for years to come.

7 – Remain in a business/personal situation where you are perpetually unhappy and stressed.

8 – Tell yourself continually that you are naturally unlucky.

9 – Become petty-minded and envious when someone you know has a major windfall.

10- Make lifestyle decisions based on spur-of-the-moment emotional feelings.

It is not what winners do that makes them so successful; it is what they don't do!
They totally avoid the above 10 secrets of failure, either consciously or subconsciously.

You create your reality according to your beliefs and expectations; therefore you should examine these carefully. If you do not like some aspect of your world, then examine your own expectations.

Your world is formed in faithful replica of your own thoughts... If you think positive suggestions to yourself about a situation you send telepathic ammunition for positive use. You must learn to erase a negative thought or picture by replacing it with its opposite. But do not attempt to think positive thoughts all day long. Let your emotional swings work in the normal manner.

You should tell yourself frequently "I will only react to constructive suggestions."
This gives you positive ammunition against your own negative thoughts and those of others. A negative thought, if not erased, will almost certainly result in a negative condition.

Say to yourself, "That is in the past. Now in this new moment, this new present, I am already beginning to change for the better." It does not do to repress negative thoughts, such as fears, angers, or resentment. They should be recognized, faced and replaced.

Recognize resentment when it is felt, and then realize that resentment can be dismissed. Initial recognition must be made. Then you must imagine removing the resentment "by its roots" and replacing it with a positive feeling.

You must watch the pictures that you paint with your imagination. Your environment and the conditions of your life at any given time are the direct result of your own inner expectations.

If you imagine dire circumstances, ill health or desperate loneliness, these will be "automatically" materialized, for these thoughts themselves bring about the conditions that will give them a reality in physical terms. If you would have good health then you must imagine this as vividly as you fearfully imagine ill health.

You create your own difficulties. This is true for each individual. The inner psychological state is projected outward, gaining physical reality -whatever the psychological state may be… The rules apply to everyone.

Knowing this, you should try to realize what your psychological state is and change your conditions for your own benefit. You cannot escape your own attitudes, for they will form the nature of what you see.

If changes are to occur, they must be mental and psychic changes. These will be reflected in your environment.

Edited by: Lawyer Asad

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