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How to Change your Life From Negative to Positive

Imagine this, you decide to learn to drive a car, play a musical instrument or learn to breakdance – What? It’s a possibility! With any of these or other activities it would be necessary to make a conscious effort to purposefully engage your mind to learn new things – effectively, reprogramming your mind and through […]

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What Being on Autopilot Means

Autopilot is at once both your archenemy and one of your greatest allies when it comes to building productive habits and controlling your actions, inactions, behaviour and overall performance in life. Consider this statistic; approximately 90% of your daily activities are unconscious habits. You wake up, get washed, brush your teeth, get dressed (habitually choose […]

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What is Self-Talk?

As you go about your daily life, you constantly think about, interpret and make remarks on the situations you find yourself in. This constant stream is referred to by psychologists as “self-talk”. Your self-talk can be neutral, positive or negative. Neutral – these remarks will be common place and perfectly reasonable, such as “You must […]

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How Fear Influences your Life

Fear is a double-edged sword. On the one hand he saves you from making really risky, stupid decisions but, on the other, he also prevents you from taking acceptable risks that have the potential to truly benefit your life. Below is a snapshot of the many ways, Fear helps and hinders you. From the positive […]

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Why YOU Need To Meet Your Inner Imps

Everyone has Inner Imps – a conscience, inner self-talk, voices, feelings, guides – whatever you want to call them, they exist. Their role is to guide “Team You” to: Success Failure or, worse case scenario Soul-destroying inactivity This inner self-talk is constant and often sub-conscious. Most people are unaware of its manic and continual nature. […]

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