I have always felt that being wealthy meant much more than just having lots of money. I think it means having your most valued moments with your favorite people, free of fear and full of hope. Seriously. Anyway, I’m reading “The Master-Key to Riches” (heres a link to the listing on half dot com) All of us who want to be wealthy should read it, its amazing. Anyway, here are the Twelve Riches he mentions:
- A Positive Mental Attitude
- Sound Physical Health
- Harmony in Human Relationships
- Freedom From Fear
- The Hope of Achievement
- The Capacity for Faith
- Willingness to Share One’s Blessings
- A Labor of Love
- An Open Mind on All Subjects
- The Capacity to Understand People
- Economic Security
Folks its having an amazing influence on my life right now! If you’re serious about becoming wealthy, its an awesome book.
So, I have been dealing with procrastination my whole life. I find when I read things that help me improve my mindset I am able to be more motivated, which is basically why I deal with procrastination. Anyway, this week I got a book that has helped me A LOT, its called “The Master-Key to Riches”. I think any of us dealing with procrastination will seriously benefit, check out these excerpts:
- “The starting point of all individual achievement is the adoption of a definite purpose and a definite plan for its attainment.”
- “A definite purpose, backed by absolute faith, is a form of wisdom, and wisdom in action produces positive results.”
Anyway, its one of the most permanently motivating books I have read, I invite anyone who is serious about kicking procrastination’s hiney to read it, here’s the listing on the half dot com website, its like $1, but worth a million.
Good luck y’all.
P.S. Any of Napoleon Hill’s books are a high-yield investment.
My simple solution was to keep a cup on my desk, where I spend most of my day, and I grab it and drink water whenever I feel at all thirsty, or when I remember how much I need water.
Folks, I share your passion to stop nail-biting, I used to be so frustrated. I stopped biting my nails once I did the following:
1)Committed to myself that I would stop.
2)This second step is the big part and it may sound simplified but it worked:
Instead of biting my nails, I started to just use my teeth to scrape my nails… so its like biting without biting… get it? So I would just clean the underside of my nails with my teeth. I didn’t even give myself a limit, whenever I wanted to bite my nails I just cleaned them with my teeth. You don’t have to do any self-denial or cold turkey or anything. Since cleaning your nails is good, no limit!! After that my nails grew back, and since I was just cleaning them with my teeth instead of biting them, they were always clean and I ended-up wanting to keep them instead of biting them off.
Hope it helps.