Motivation

Self Motivational ==> Making Positive Changes and Improvements 

What do you think happens over your lifetime if you don't correct your false beliefs?  Over time, how far off course do you think that might take you?  Look at your life right now.  Are you on course?  Imagine what it is going to be like in the next five or ten years. How satisfying will it be then if your life isn't the way you want it because you didn't make the necessary corrections?

Real life is about feeling the ups and downs and knowing that there is something good and positive to be found during our feelings of sadness or disappointment.  How else can we contemplate different ways to look at situations and then make positive changes and improvements in our directions?

Although it may be a bit uncomfortable to clearly review something unfavorable that has happened in our lives, some of the best decisions we ever make are realized in times of crises.  We all have our breaking point and it is OK if we reach it at some times in our lives.  We must acknowledge such feelings and let them happen in order to work through them and rise again in a most triumphant way, allowing what we learned to lift us to new heights.

If we have not learned from the last experience, a similar experience will come along so we will have a chance to try again to get the message. Life is a persistent teacher.  It will keep repeating lessons until we learn.

Remember the phrase, "A stitch in time saves nine"?  How about, "Change in time, makes things fine"?  Why not change sooner before the difficulty intensifies?  Obviously, we would spare ourselves from an unnecessary extension of pain if we would change sooner rather than later.  If we become paralyzed and afraid to make a move for fear that another problem will come along, then we remain stuck in our fears. Never let FEAR control you.

Of course, there will be more problems.  That's the way life goes.  If we maintain a positive frame of mind, we are more likely to fill the new space with positive experiences.  This is especially so if we have learned from our past mistakes.

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*-- Ralph Waldo Emerson

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again and again, though you must do so twenty times in the course of a meal."
*-- Wallace D. Wattles

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*-- Richard M. Devos

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*-- Norman Vincent Peale

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*-- Marcel Proust

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