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Stop Quitting

Stop Quitting

Posted on 06. Apr, 2014 by Julia Mitchell.

Be a over-comer. Many people start off in one direction and give up as soon as it comes to be a bit hard, or causes discomfort or requires sacrifice. Don’t quit. I have quit so many things time and time again. Normally because I don’t see results within the first 24 hours which is pathetic as you are rarely see results that sustain in just 21 days.

Stop quitting when the going gets rough. It is going to take some form of sacrifice to get results. If it is worth fighting for then fight for it.

I am sick and tired of being sick and tired and not getting results. That is why I am staying focused on my main online business and not jumping from shiny object to shiny object. I need and want to apply the same focus to losing weight.

Press through as on the other side of the pain is a victory. There is a result and it is worth the pain. You can have the pain of discipline today or the pain of regret tomorrow. Which is it going to be?

I CAN do this. I WILL do this!! I WILL NOT STOP! I WILL NOT EVER GIVE UP!! I WILL NEVER EVER GIVE UP!

NEVER EVER EVER EVER GIVE UP!!!!!
I CAN DO THIS!!!
I WILL DO THIS!!!
I AM WORTHY!!!
I AM STRONG!!!
I AM COMMITTED!!!

I AM HAPPY!!!
I AM HEALTHY!!!

I AM BEAUTIFUL!!!

TODAY WILL BE A GREAT DAY!!!
TODAY I AM IN CHARGE!!!

TODAY I AM IN CONTROL!!!
TODAY I AM BOLD!!!
I WILL NOT STOP!
I WILL NEVER GIVE UP!!

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Keys to Profitable Productivity

Keys to Profitable Productivity

Posted on 24. Mar, 2014 by Julia Mitchell.

Trick to productivity is decide what you want to work on other then in the moment and then practice that high value work it over and over again until it is natural, habitual and becomes auto pilot and engages.

Direct and place your mind and direction on your breathe, notice how long you concentrate on that until your mind switches back onto autopilot and you are aware with the fairies.  We need to practice putting our body mind on autopilot directed to where we want to go.

1.  Focus on what you want to create not what you want to avoid.  We are twice as motivated to avoid something bad happening, by fear compared  to the motivation by our desires or our goals.  This is more of a challenge to overcome as we are unconsciously thinking about what we don’t want to do rather than what we do want to do.

We can’t get somewhere if you are avoiding where you don’t want to go.  You could end up anyway.

2.  Focus on what produces the most value not what produces the most busyness.

We confuse busyness and activity with results.  Busyness and activity are two different things.  If at the end of the day you spent all your time effort and energy on being busy you may be surprised to see you have no results.  Learn which activities create the results  and which ones don’t and focus on the ones creating the results and not the ones keeping you busy.

3.  Focus your time in chunks of 90 to 120 minutes minimum and don’t multitask

If you don’t focus on one thing for a chunk of time you won’t get the results or make much progress.  If you are muti tasking which I have to say I am doing at the moment you won’t get the desired results.

4.  Focus on what will work in the future not what worked in the past

We don’t live in the time anymore where you can learn a job and just do that over and over again for 10, 20,30  40 years.  Things are constantly changing and evolving. Focus on producing value not just for now but for the future.  Greatest challenge is to manager ourselves and to do your new habit at the beginning of the day when you still have the willpower.

Focus on what will work in the future, not what worked in the past.

★ Steven Covey: “Time management is a misnomer, the challenge is to manage ourselves.”

★ It takes about 30 days to imprint a new habit, so it becomes automatic and natural – and you must overcome Habit Gravity and achieve Escape Velocity by practicing every day until it’s “in.”

★ Make big commitments personally, socially, in business and financially to get yourself into action, and to make sure you complete the important money-making projects in your business.

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