Thoughts are mental energy; they’re the currency that you have to attract what you desire. Learn to stop spending that currency on thoughts you don’t want. – Dr Wayne Dyer
We have been living carrying limiting beliefs which have more of a negative impact on your life than any other factor.
These beliefs started from our childhood, the culture we grew up in, social environment, and from our own interpretation of the world around us.
When we have beliefs that are limiting, they are detrimental to the big dreams we have for our business and in all areas of our lives.
Sadly, the results of the negative beliefs we hold around money, affect our relation to it, our ability to generate it, and our worthiness to receive it.
To conquer them, we need to be aware of them. It takes consistent focusing on improving our money beliefs to a successful mindset, but it will open up the possibility of more money and better ways of relating to wealth.
At first, instead of recognising them, we tend to blame the circumstances that are around us, but it is our responsibility to take charge.
Our Money Beliefs And How It Affects Our Money Matters
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After decades in the workforce, retirees, finally, gain control over how to spend their time. The range of hobbies, activities and opportunities open to them in retirement are highly extensive. They might consider using their work experience and start a new opportunity, but would a lifestyle business be what they truly want?
I always like the idea of having my own business, the problem was, I had no idea what kind of business was the best option for me.
Back in the 1980s, my husband and I went through the traditional route. John, my husband, had extensive knowledge in the plastics industry and since we wanted to own a business, we started one in manufacturing. It was his dream business and we went ahead with it.
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“What is the recipe for successful achievement? To my mind there are just four essential ingredients: Choose a career you love, give it the best there is in you, seize your opportunities, and be a member of the team.” Benjamin Franklin Fairless
How many of us have been waiting for the right opportunity or waiting for the inspiration until the end of time?
Most of us, but what we are truly looking for is a sense of direction, an opportunity where we can take control of our lives, achieve our dreams, motivates us and set us on a course that will undoubtedly open more doors for us.
THE SCENARIO OF WOMEN IN THE 50’S
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President Donald Trump wants to build a “big, beautiful wall” along the rest of the 2,000 miles southern border between the U.S. and Mexico to keep out dangerous, undocumented immigrants, but will a ‘beautiful’ wall be the best way to reduce illegal immigration?
The 2,000 miles wall consists of fences, concrete barricades, gunboats, drones and SUVs. It includes uninhabited desert, major cities and the Grande River.
Back in 2000 my family and I decided to spend some time in San Diego, California while conducting business in Tijuana, Mexico. As our sons grew up speaking English, San Diego was a convenient location at the time.
We were among the many people crossing the border every day. People cross the border for work, school or holidays. But returning to the US was stressful.
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Cancer can be a frightening and stressful time from the moment the doctors diagnose this condition. There is fear of the unknown and concern about what is going to happen next. It is difficult to know what to say or how to approach the subject, especially if they are close to us, but what is important is that they know we are here to support and offer encouragement.
The doctors diagnosed breast cancer to one of my dearest friend in Mexico. From the moment I heard the news, I couldn’t believe it happened to her. She is one of the few persons I know who has the jolliest and positive outlook of life.
As I live in Australia, I didn’t hear the news directly from her; I had to take some time to process the situation and to cope with my emotions about the diagnosis before I contacted her.
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