With every journey, plateaus are inevitable.
There will be fruitful times and there will be dry times. Situations quite often don’t go exactly the way you’d planned. These are the experiences that show your character and build your resourcefulness. This is when you have to get creative to accomplish your goals.
The way you’re doing things right now is probably the way that you’ve done things for quite a while. It’s often easy to continue Read more »
Posted: May 22nd, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: big picture, creative subconscious, Dr. Larry Iverson, get creative, Go for it, mind map, outside the box, personal satisfaction, try something new
Even if your life is crazy busy, and you don’t have much time for play, find wins inside of what you are doing.
Instead of just racing to get the report done so you can then blast off into the next project, find some good in what you just achieved or completed. (As the saying goes, take time to smell the roses along the way Read more »
Posted: May 15th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: Dr. Larry Iverson, feel some satisfaction, find little wins, good self esteem, inner self, instant gratification, positive mental attitude, take care of yourself
The statement, “other people are necessary in our life”, is not wholly true for everyone, but does hold true for most of us. Human companionship and interaction is good for us, and helps keep us sane, happy, motivated and healthy.
With this said, it can be easy to want to help and take care of others, sometimes putting the needs of others before our own. There is nothing wrong with assisting or caring for others Read more »
Posted: May 8th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: Dr. Larry Iverson, excellence is an attitude, good self esteem, improve self image, positive mental attitude, take care of yourself, winning attitude
If you pause and think about it, challenging yourself to live up to your best may be more difficult in many ways than competing with others. As you deepen your skills you’ll experience an emotional uplift that is sustaining.
As a challenger of your past successes (or screw-ups in some cases), when you improve, you deepen your confidence and Read more »
The majority of people are their own worst critics.
When things don’t go right, humans have a tendency to beat-up on themselves—even if the issue is actually due to the mistakes of another. They spend a huge amount of time comparing themselves to others, and how they ought to be performing.
A healthy sense of competition is a good trait, but if you are overly competitive continuously, the majority of people you’re around will get tired of it. Besides, competition is stressful, and if carried on too long Read more »
You become much more attractive to good stuff, and tend to repel the bad stuff. Your relationships work more effectively, and overall you feel more on top of your game. When in this state, you are planting the seeds of abundance.
People don’t put enough faith into what they are able to accomplish with their self-talk. Self-talk is just what it sounds like Read more »
Posted: April 17th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: attract success, control your thinking, Dr. Larry Iverson, focus on the positive, nonverbal signals, positive self-talk, strategies for success, success consciousness
Have you ever heard the phrase, “It’s written all over your face?” It’s an old and well used cliché—which happens to be very true.
We often think we can think or act a certain way and no one will know that we are feeling otherwise. There are many award winning actors out there who can pull-off this performance of hiding what’s going on within, but chances are that you’re not one of them.
Even if you are pretty good, no one is so spectacular Read more »
Posted: April 10th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: attract success, control your brain, control your thinking, Dr. Larry Iverson, focus on positive, nonverbal signals, positive self-talk, strategies for success, success consciousness
Attitudes of power exist that will energize your life and bring vitality into everything you see and do. These powerful attitudes and states of mind energize you in to moving forward into a more powerful, vivacious, focused and productive life.
The first of the energizing principles is living with an attitude of gratitude. Live with an attitude of gratitude. Could you have more? Could you do better in your life, your finances, your hobbies? We all could. Yet you need to appreciate what you have right now at this moment in your life. Read more »
Posted: April 3rd, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: attitude of gratitude, believe in possibilities, Dr. Larry Iverson, energize your life, focus on joy, focus on opportunity, law of success, overcome negativity, power attitudes, proactiveness
It is essential to not allow frustration and anger to run rampant. Frustration is wanting something and not getting what you want. Anger is because you want something and take it to the next level by beginning to demand you get what you want.
Dr. Paramahansa Yogananda stated, “Anger comes from thwarted desires.” This was one of the first quotes of power that I committed to memory. Slow down and really think about this, because it is absolutely accurate. Anger comes from thwarted desires. Brilliant! Read more »
Posted: March 27th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: anger and health, anger pattern, control your anger, Dr. Larry Iverson, manage your emotions, overcoming negative thinking, stages of anger, steps to anger
Your mental focus and belief systems have the power to create or to destroy.
Dr. Henry Beecher of Harvard Medical School proved that the brain has the ability to override the effects of drugs. The power of belief is absolutely crucial to healing and health. He spent much of his career studying beliefs that make the internal healing energy come alive. He proved that belief systems can be an integral part of healing ourselves and making medicine more effective.
In one research study Dr. Beecher used 100 student volunteers. He had each volunteer take two test drugs. One drug was in a red capsule, the other was in a blue. He told the students that the red capsules were a super stimulant. When you take these and they’re going to make you feel wired, very stimulated, rapidly. The other drug in the blue capsules, were said to be a tranquilizer that rapidly made you feel relaxed, calm, even sleepy.
In reality, what Dr. Beecher had done was Read more »
Posted: March 20th, 2013 under Tips for Success.
Tags: belief and healing, belief systems, beliefs and reality, building inner strength, Dr. Larry Iverson, harness your power, mental focus, mental power, power of the brain