Positive Thinking Tip: You have unseen help working on your goals with you. When your goal is detailed and clear, the help stays on task with maximum efficiency.
You may not know this, but our online School of Life Mastery was originally expected to open a LONG time before it actually did.
After I created the curriculum and loaded the content, my husband (who, in his previous life worked in the IT department for Universal Studios) headed up the site structure and development. Read more...
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Positive Thinking Tip: Goal achievement is a learned skill, like a toddler learning to use a phone. When it doesn’t go the way you expected, hang up and try again!
When making a phone call, if you dial the numbers right, it works. Children who have never used a phone often have trouble making it work right for a while, just as we can have trouble making the laws of success work to achieve our goals.
It takes practice!
When a goal doesn’t happen the way you expected, it’s easy to get discouraged. Actually, that IS the COMMON thing to do. The uncommon thing to do is brush yourself off and ask the hard question: Read more...
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My mother attended a church service recently where the speaker talked about overcoming adversity. She was impressed enough by the message that she asked for a copy and shared it with me. I felt like it would be a powerful addition to this blog, so I requested and obtained permission from the speaker to include it here:
OVERCOMING ADVERSITY AND TRIALS
By Reed K.Wilson
I was given a little latitude with my topic and in the course of a lot of thought, prayer and worry, I decided on my talk. I noticed over a period of time a pattern in the Conference and Ensign talks each month. So I followed suite and I thought I would speak on Overcoming Adversity and Trials. So I appropriately named my talk “Misery Loves Company”. Read more...
Yesterday I watched in awe as our daughter gave birth to a healthy, 7 lb 10 oz baby boy, Caleb. We were with her during her last stages of labor, and were reminded of why the word “labor” is used when referring to the process of giving birth: it’s VERY hard work!
As little Caleb’s head appeared, a problem was revealed. The cord, that had given him life and nutrition during his development in the womb, was wrapped around his shoulder, under his arm, and around his neck. With each push, the cord was choking him and bruising his little face. The midwife tried feverishly to loop the cord over his head, but the strong cord was immovable. It could not be pulled or broken. “You’ve got to push and get this baby out NOW,” she announced loudly. Read more...