• Create a vision and live into it as if it were true.
  • Tell a true lie. It creates a vision of who you want to be.
  • Leave your comfort zone. Challenge yourself.
  • Find your key. Regain your own thinking. Self discipline. The only thing is for sure is the mastery over your own mind.
  • Plan your work. Definite planned work once you’ve created your vision(s)
  • Move your goal post. Power goals, a dream that drives you. Notice what the goal does to you.
  • Dribble with the other hand. Practice on thinking optimistically, one thought at a time creating it into a habit.
  • Play your character. By doing the character we want to be, we can become who we act like we are.
  • Don’t just do something, sit there. Learn to be alone, observe insights and thoughts. Don’t have distractions. Don’t live someone else’s dream.
  • Use the right chemicals. Having fun, use what is inside you for feeling good. Find the joy in things.
  • Leave high school. Don’t be afraid to take risks, or what others think.
  • Lose face. Don’t let “looking bad” hold you back.
  • Sing without feeling. Act how you want to feel. Emotional control and manipulation, sing a happy song and you’ll start to feel happy.
  • Kill your Television. Pay attention to your own life, not others. Ask yourself which side do you want to be on?
  • Read yourself a story. Any time you have an opportunity to read something that is important to you try reading it out loud. It can leave twice the impression on you.
  • Get on your death bed. Confronting your own death. Know that you only have a limited amount of time on this earth.
  • Be lazy to begin with. Break down jobs, the slower you start something the faster you’ll finish.
  • Leave your friends. Don’t be afraid to walk away from negative people.
  • Plan your game. Let the “game” respond to you. Design your own life’s game plan.
  • Find your inner Einstein. Every human has a capacity for genius. Commit to your imagination. Use it to create.
  • Feel good first. Don’t link happiness with something you don’t have already. Your happiness is your birth right. Make your journey fun all the way and not just fun at the end. Be happy now.
  • Run toward your fear. Work through your fears and you’ll gain even more confidence. Find something you fear and do it. It’s like a rush of energizing feelings.
  • Just be unexpected. We all are creative. Accept you are creative.
  • Create your relationships. We can only “fly” by embracing each other. We can’t create our truest selves without creating relationships. Use your mind in relationships. Be initiative with relationships, make them how you want them to be.
  • Be where you are. Focus on what you want and it will come into your life.
  • Act like a hero. Hero’s give source of strength and inspiration. Let hero’s lives inspire you. Look into them rather than just look up to them. Be a hero.
  • Accept your will power. You’re in charge of your will power.
  • Say no to yourself. Be self-disciplined, become your own disciple. Self-respect is the fruit of self-discipline. Say no to temptations.
  • Make new word connections. Useful to think of failure as success, like bodybuilders do. Associate good thoughts with words like discipline, will-power, and practice.
  • De-program yourself. Alter how you listen to the media. Factor out negative content. Make your own news, be what’s happening.
  • Open the present. Practice being awake in the present moment. Live the most in this moment. Stay focused on today.
  • Serve, and grow rich. Increase the flow of money to your life. Increase compassion and well-being for others.
  • Imitate Columbo. Always be curious. Ask questions in relationships. Be a detective.
  • Give away some power. Offer encouragement and support to others.
  • Talk to yourself. Thinking is the soul talking to its self. No one knows you better than yourself. Ask yourself “What is good in my life? What is there still to be done?” As thought always proceeds action.
  • Schedule your comebacks. Progress is not a straight line. Understand the rhythm of success.
  • Live your true life. Don’t fear death. Do what makes you happy.
  • Get up on the right side of the bed. Have a high sense of purpose.
  • Use your magic machine. Use whole brain thinking. Goal set, do joyful work, and revitalizing play. Create an internal challenge of goals and games.
  • Get your stars out. Let the universe inside you shine freely for creativity.
  • Be a finisher. Fatigue comes from not finishing your work. Build a personal record of finishing tasks. Set small tasks and finish them, record them too.
  • Invent games. What ever work you have to do turn it into a game.
  • Interact. Do active relaxation, link something that involves thinking with relaxation. Enriching activity that don’t dull you afterwards.
  • Live a whole life today. Make each day your masterpiece, focus on today. No reason not to make today your proudest day of your life. You’ve got eternity in the palm of your hand, which is right now. Life is now, not later on.
  • Welcome your problems. Every solution has a problem. Don’t fear them, they are just games for athletes of the mind. Learn to love the opportunities your problems present you.
  • Drive a library. Use time on the road to listen to audio books.
  • Rewind your thoughts. Write things down, that motivate you, and put them up where you can see it.
  • Make yourself up. Make up your goals, easy way to get started is just to make them up, be simple and think of them as easy and they will be.
  • Get small. Break up your goals into small bite sized amounts. Having small wins will soon turn into big wins.
  • Get out of the box. Can’t solve your problems thinking the same way when you created them. Create the future. They’re an infinite amount of creative ideas.
  • Advertise yourself. Advertise your goals to yourself. Write out each morning what you want for the day, month, year, and life. Reminding yourself what you really want in life. Make a map.
  • Don’t stop thinking. Always take action and feel that progress is being made. Say no to negativity.
  • Debate your dark side. Learn to debate your pessimistic thoughts. Prove pessimism wrong. Stay optimistic and positive, continue creating your future. Use imagination not to escape reality but to create it.
  • Make use of trouble. Every problem carries a gift inside it. When confronting “bad events” think about what use you can make of it and what is it trying to tell you. Find the opportunities in them. What might be good about it.
  • Learn to brainstorm by yourself. Put a goal on top of a page and write out a list 20 ideas to accomplish it. Give yourself permission to flow.
  • Create your own voice. Sing at the top of your lungs even though you don’t feel like it.
  • Live on the frontier. It’s all about what you can do, not what you’ve done, make use of the technological advances we have today.
  • Replace your habits. Replace bad habits with good ones.
  • Paint your day. Picture your day as a blank canvas, and paint what you want it to look like.
  • Swim laps under water. Build your lungs, engage in activities that strengthen your cardiovascular system. Your mind operates better when your body operates better.
  • Get some coaching. Have someone you trust and is creditable tell you what you need improvement on.
  • Leave home. Keep your environment clean and your foundations in good condition. Get out of your comfort zone.
  • Perform rituals. Doing something is what leads to doing something. Have self starters that will predictably get you going on the right path to getting your stuff done.
  • Start your life over. Never too old to start something new.
  • Keep all your promises. Set goals inside yourself. Live a life of things you think you have to do.
  • Give some luck away. Do something where someone else can’t repay you.
  • Draw your universe. In the morning draw out four “planets” (circles), one being your life long dream, year, month, and then your day. To make sure you get on track of your goals being accomplished. Your life and your day are the same thing. It’s mathematical.
  • Get up your game. Competition is fun when viewed optimistically. Have benchmarks to surpass. Get better.
  • Turn your mother down. If she is pessimistic. Don’t blame her, but change yourself.
  • Face the sun. The shadows will fall behind you. What you face grows in your life, what you ignore falls behind you.
  • Look inside. Travel deep inside for your potential.
  • Go to war. Act as if you had a year to live, how would you live differently, what would you do.
  • Make small change. Great things are often created slowly. You are a masterpiece in progress. Celebrate small good changes.
  • Do something badly. Don’t wait for perfection or inspiration. If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing badly.
  • Be a visionary. Use active mental imagining. Picture your desired self.
  • Shine your light. Use humor when stuck, take things lightly, don’t get too frustrated over things or beat yourself up. Laughter destroys limits, you’ll be more open to solutions/anything.
  • Be a list writer. Write down what you want.
  • Be the change. “Be the change in the world you want to see in the world”.
  • See the gold. Choose to see opportunities.
  • Simplify. Don’t overcomplicate things.
  • Pin life down. “Goal without an action plan is a day dream”. Have an attack plan for life. Take time to plan, let life respond to you.
  • Strengthen your purpose.
  • Go on a news fast. Stop watching the news. Fill your mind with what you want.
  • Choose an action. When worrying about something ask yourself what can you do about it.
  • Be a thinker. Have ideas and solutions for problems, don’t just complain.
  • Choose enjoyment. Make use of a skill meeting a challenge, like playing an instrument.
  • Read mystery novels. Helps you draw conclusions better.
  • Express your thoughts.
  • Use your weaknesses. Also have your strengths to pick you up whenever you feel down. But view your weaknesses and see how they can be useful to you.
  • Try becoming your problem. Own your problem, create the solution.
  • Inflate your goal. Double your current goals, or triple, or multiple by ten. Then ask yourself how you would achieve that goal.
  • Come to your own rescue. You can’t leave a place you never been, and no one is coming. Accept that you are enough for all you need in life. Be independent.
  • Push your own buttons. Control your environment, have an uplifting playlist of songs to lift your sprits.
  • Strengthen your rehearsal. Got something hard to do, do something harder. Grab the bull by the horns.
  • Improve your vision. What does your vision do. What do you want to bring into vision. Have a vision that brings you right into action just by thinking about it.
  • Build your power base. Respect your knowledge and build on it. Be aware of the progress you are making.
  • Link truth to beauty. Truth leads to confidence and clarity.
  • Take no for a question. Ask the universe for what you want, don’t take no for an answer. Let rejection motivate you to get more creative.
  • Walk with love and death. Take your challenges for a walk. You can walk courage into existence.

 Buy yourself flowers. And let them remind you of how colorful your future is going to be. How fresh your thoughts are, how easy it is for you to honor yourself. How much power you have to make your environment beautiful, and how sweet the universe can be.

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