I Want To Die

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This just sucks and there is nothing I can do to make it better except…

Stay Boosted!

I know the title and the caption underneath it isn’t the best thing to have on “Stay Boosted” but I wanted to get your attention.

I have been watching a video with Anthony Robbins about a man who was suicidal and the troubles he faced along with the thoughts of why he wanted to end his life and it made me think.

 

There has been a few times when I thought it might be easier if I just end it all and “clock out”. But in those moments I was being 100% Selfish and wasn’t thinking about anything or anybody but myself.

The problems we face whether they are financial or otherwise are nothing but building blocks for our character. We see so much negative and focus on so much negative on a day to day basis that what we go through gets escalated until we think we are facing the worst thing ever!  I used the term “Stay Boosted” at the top of the page very lightly because some of you may not understand exactly what I mean when I say Stay Boosted.

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Nature – The Stress Reliever

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We live in an age when stress seems to be around every corner, at every office.  The demands of modern life require us to be constantly “plugged in” through e-mail, cell phones, pagers, and Blackberry devices.  You might feel as if your senses are constantly being bombarded, both at work and at home.  As a result, stress might have led you to the breaking point.

But there is a great universal stress reliever—one that is close to everyone.  Nature offers bountiful opportunities for relieving stress.  It might seem old-fashioned to “commune with nature,” but it can be incredibly cathartic, decreasing your stress level immeasurably. Read More

10 Steps to Being a Rich Dad

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki was a book that started a change across the world.  Being a Rich Dad is what everyone wants to be after reading that book.  So I have put together for everyone “10 Steps to Being a Rich Dad”

Having a rich-Dad mindset is about focusing on the financial aspects of abundant thinking, rather than just the psychological. This involves analyzing how you view certain pertinent financial questions, and swapping a scarcity or deficit thought for an abundant thought. Read More

How To Be An Abundant Thinker

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The first step is to take a good honest look at your current and past attitudes, and assess whether your thinking has been based on abundance. If not, then you have to gauge how far away from abundant thinking you are. You should ask certain questions: Do you routinely bother evaluating how your life is faring? If so, do you accomplish what you set out to do? If you have mixed results, do you know what is working and what isn’t? Which areas need to be improved? Where does your attitude need adjusting to create a better life for yourself?

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Abundant Thinking In Practice

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Abundant thinking can be used to good effect in every part of your life. It allows you to be grateful for the good health that you enjoy, and to know that if your health is suffering, it could always be worse. We can also take the opportunity to be grateful for the good health we have enjoyed in the past, and for the good health that still exists in those people we care about. It is all about perspective; seeing the positives rather than the negatives.

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Abundance Motivation

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A key part of abundant thinking is abundance motivation, sometimes called appreciative-assertive thinking. This is the belief that we have more than the minimum necessary to get by. It says we have more than we need, and more than we could have ever expected. It requires that you dispel any assumptions about what you will receive in life, be that from God, nature, society, parents, peers, friends, or loved ones.

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What is Abundant Thinking

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Abundant thinking requires that you appreciate what you have in life, rather than bemoaning the things you lack. It further asks that you focus on what is possible, and that you reach for what you want in life. If this latter point sounds like something you are already doing and it is not producing the goods, it is because you have not established the former mindset – the one that makes you always appreciative. In contrast, scarcity thinking focuses on what you don’t have, what you want more of, what you might lose, and what has gone wrong in your life.

 

People who think abundant thoughts are happier than those who don’t. It stands to reason. Abundant thinking is positive thinking. That does not mean they are unaware of the areas where their lives might need improvement, they are simply able to approach those areas with a positive frame of mind, confident that they will have no difficulty bringing about the necessary changes. This is because they choose to believe that there is an abundance of whatever they need just waiting for them.

 

Our thoughts dictate our lives. Our thoughts can attract good things into our lives, or repel them. This is another Universal Law – the Law of Attraction. One of the common sayings in positive thinking methodology is: “Whatever the mind of man can conceive of, and believe in, it can achieve.”
That is not to say you simply have to sit at home thinking good thoughts. That is obviously not enough. You will still have to take actions to back up those thoughts, but those actions will work infinitely better when they are backed by positive thinking, and abundant thinking.

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