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Law of Attraction in Studies “Keep your thoughts positive, because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive, because your words become your behaviors. Keep your behaviors positive, because your behaviors become your habits. Keep your habits positive, because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive, because your values become your destiny.” ~Gandhi

The universe is an amazing, powerful place, but is it really strong enough to bring you everything you desire? Can you really will yourself to get good grades without much effort?

Many people who believe in the universal law of attraction think that whatever you ask the universe for you receive. However, the law of attraction is a bit more complicated than “ask and you shall receive.”

The law of attraction is the idea that our thoughts are like magnets. If you want to attract positive things, you have to think positively. Negative thoughts bring undesirable results.

So basically, to get good grades using the law of attraction, you need to have a positive outlook in regards to school. You need to believe that you are an A-grade student — and act like one — and use the power behind your new positive thoughts to create a straightforward plan for success.

Banish Bad Thoughts, Feelings, and Fears
The first step to mastering the law of attraction and manifesting good grades is dismissing any and all negative thoughts, feelings, and concerns surrounding your education. You have to change your mindset and deal with whatever crap is holding you back. If you’re like the most people, you’re thinking, “I don’t have any bad thoughts, feelings or fears in regards to education.” You’re wrong.

“Last year, a study of more than 30,000 people revealed that harping on negative life events (particularly through rumination and self-blame) can be the prime predictor of some of today’s most common mental health problems. Results from the eye-opening U.K. study, the largest of its kind, indicated that it isn’t just what happens to us that matters, but how we think about it that shapes our psychological well-being.”

Everyone has crap they need to deal with floating around their subconscious mind. To reach your full potential and get good grades using the law of attraction, you have to uncover your mental blocks and erase them completely. The good news is, it isn’t as hard as it sounds and there are several ways to banish bad thoughts, feelings, and fears for good. It’s time to change your mindset.

Uncover Your Mental Blocks
The easiest way to reveal negative thoughts, feelings, or fears you have surrounding a particular part of your life is to complete a simple journal exercise.

Without putting a lot of thought into what you’re writing, create a list of your negative educational experiences and any thoughts associated with them. Start as far back as you can remember — sometimes small events in your childhood cause mental blocks in your adult life — and list any and all things negative in regards to your educational background and personal experiences.

Some things to consider while completing this exercise include: What embarrassed you? Were you picked on at school because you were different than other kids, didn’t own name-brand things, or stuttered your way through reading out loud in class? Have you ever had something embarrassing happen to you while giving an oral report What scares you? Are you afraid of being a failure? Are you afraid that people will think that you’re stupid if you don’t get good grades in college? Are you afraid of what your professors will think of you if you don’t pass a class?

What frustrates you about learning? Do you despise people who seem to get good grades effortlessly? Do you dread long nights of studying? Do you feel like your professors don’t understand you? Do you family and friends constantly criticize you about your dismal academic performance?

What makes you feel guilty? Were you a school bully? Did you steal a classmates milk money in second grade? Did you cheat on an exam in high school? Do you feel like you aren’t living up to your potential? Do you feel like you’re letting your family and friends down? When you finish this exercise, you might only have a few things on your list, or it may be five pages long. It’s okay. The number of items on your list doesn’t matter. What’s important is how you deal with the negativity you’ve uncovered.

Dealing with Your Crap
Psychology Today advises people to remove negative thoughts in one of seven different ways:
Learn to recognize thought distortions. That little voice in your head that’s saying “this exam is too hard” or “I’m not smart enough” is a good example of distorted thinking. In reality, those statements aren’t true, but your mind tries to trick you into believing them.
Challenge every negative thought by replacing it with a positive thought or affirmation. For example, if your subconscious mind is telling you that you can’t get good grades because your exams are too hard, you need to reply back saying, “No, my exam isn’t too hard. I can get good grades.”

Take a break from the negative by taking a few minutes for yourself any time you begin feeling overwhelmed or frustrated about your schoolwork. In five minutes, you can meditate or complete a series of deep breathing exercises to put your mind at ease.

Try your best not to judge yourself or others. Be consistently and consciously grateful. Keep a gratitude journal, and each night before bed write down three things you were grateful for that day.
Focus on your strengths. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. Focusing on classes you do well in the majority of the time helps build up your confidence, making it easier to deal with more challenging subjects.
If you can’t get rid of your negative outlook on life by yourself, go to counseling. Another person’s point of view might help you to see your positive attributes more clearly.

Use Your New Mindset to Get Good Grades
Once you’ve cleared the negativity out of your world, it’s time to use the power of positive thinking to get good grades. If you’ve cleared all of your mindset blocks, you’ll feel pumped and excited about your new outlook on education. So if you don’t, repeat the process above until your mindset changes completely.

If you have changed your mindset, you’re probably wondering why you haven’t received your good grades. After all, mindset work is tough, so you might feel like the universe should have handed you results by now. These feelings are common, and often people stop believing in the law of attraction at this point.

Don’t give up yet though. Remember, the universe is powerful, but you still have to act like an A-grade student to be one. It’s time put the law of attraction into action.

Set Realistic Goals
You can’t be successful at anything without goals. So start by setting goals for yourself, but keep your goals realistic. If you are a student with a D average, you can’t expect to become an A-grade student overnight. Instead, set a goal to bring your D average up to a C average and work your way up to straight A’s.

Once you’ve set your goals, write them down — this part is important — and do it every single day. Quickly jotting down your goals every day keeps you focused on them. At the very least, you should be reading the goals you wrote down on a daily basis.

Create a Plan of Action
When you’re using the law of attraction to get good grades, your plan of action won’t look like every other student’s plan of action. Instead, you’ll work on a combination of studying and personal development. The personal growth work you do helps you maintain your new positive mindset, which gives you the energy and passion needed to get good grades.

Read one personal development book each week. It doesn’t have to be a book about mindset either. You may want to choose something related to the subjects you’re studying.

Keep a journal. Jotting down your negative feelings helps you clear them from your mind quickly, and writing out positive feelings boosts your mood. Exercise on a regular basis. Exercise increases endorphins, which make you happy. Practice visualizing your goals by creating a dream board that shows what life as a stellar student looks like — hang your dream board in your study area.

Set pop-up reminders on your phone filled with positive thoughts and quotes. You also need to create a study schedule to stay on track, but be careful not to make one that’s overwhelming. Make sure you schedule blocks of the day for breaks or just time for yourself. Also, make sure you’re getting enough sleep each night and eating healthy to keep your mind clear and maintain higher levels of energy.

What’s important to remember about the law of attraction is that all of your positive thinking won’t work unless you take action. If you want to get good grades in college, use the power behind your positive thoughts to fuel your passion, create a success plan that isn’t overwhelming, and follow your success plan daily.

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This can also be an alternative and making five year plans on the other hand it can be a guide making those long-term plans, whatever it is, it always pays to remember the ” WHY” behind your actions and your decisions of focus and you’re not doing something to what you believe in how often have you felt frustrated when you did not get what you wanted.

I need to realise later that you really didn’t need it and you be fine without it why it’s worth it to have a page where you can write down what do you want and clarify whether it’s a legitimate need I just want is something you can do without

When are you are resources are limited money and time is focus on what needs right . If your phone and I spoke focus on them you can go on anything when you start a new habit get Automattic to tase at least 21 days to make it effort this at the start of a new habit you’re feeling as the days pass by the excitement that you once had slowly fade that’s why for me and you have it is hard and if you don’t put enough in it it won’t succeed

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My son told me this story yesterday. Arguing that to make a plane fly ALL the Wright brothers needed was to Believe. 🙁 🙄🙄🙄☹️😧😲 Completely Untrue. It took a LOT of work. Work. Effort. Trying. Failing.
You mention this in two words in your inspirational speech…which misguides people. Please don’t misguide people.

They needed:

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  2. Time
  3. Effort
  4. Danger/doctors/daring
  5. Considerable engineering skills.
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  8. Time and Heart for Failure
  9. Muscle
  10. Logic
  11. Math
  12. Creativity
  13. Belief.🧐🧐

I was flying from Dubai to Melbourne, and I got on the plane, and one of the air crew came up and said, “Would you like to take a shower, Mr. Proctor?”

I thought she was putting me on.

I said, “There’s a shower on the plane?”

She said, “Yes, but we’re booking times to use it now, so if you want to take one on this flight, you have to put in your name.”

I jumped at the chance.

When my turn came, I got in there and it was a big, big room on that plane with beautiful heated tile floors.

It was amazing.

I just wanted to be able to say I’d had a shower at 35,000 feet.

Now I’ve done this multiple times.

But, you know, if somebody had suggested:

“You’re going to fly from Dubai to Melbourne, and you can have a shower, a hot meal, watch a movie, or lay down and go to sleep.”

That would have sounded absolutely outrageous not too long ago.

How did the Wright Brothers ever even imagine they could make human beings fly?

People must have thought they were crazy to try to make something like that happen, but they did it.

Now we all take it for granted.

What’s worse is, we usually reserve that kind of incredible invention and innovation for other people.

But let me tell you something.

There’s absolutely no difference between the Wright Brothers and you and me or anybody else.

The only difference is the Wright Brothers allowed themselves to dream.

They tuned into that special frequency where human beings can literally bring something that’s never existed before into reality.

All throughout history, there have been men and women from ordinary backgrounds who set out with nothing but a dream in their minds and were able to accomplish something extraordinary.

It would seem these people were special or fortunate or blessed in some way that most people are not.

But that’s not the case.

Because what makes the difference when it comes to achieving the impossible is not fortune or favor.

It’s decisions and commitments.

I talk to a lot of people who just don’t believe they have that “something special” the great people of the world must have had to do the great things they did.

That makes me very upset because I know it’s not true.

The ability to do something great, to achieve independence and freedom, to shape the future—that’s within every single one of us.

But, most people, they’ve lost the ability to dream, and that’s where it all begins, so I want to invite you today to dream again.

Dream up a future where your finances are no longer a source of stress.

Dream up a future where you’re no longer fighting to make ends meet.

Dream up a future where you can hop on a plane from Dubai to Melbourne and take a shower on the way while you’re 35,000 feet up.

I’ve done it. You can too.

All of that is well within your reach and more.

All you have to do is make a decision to do what it takes to experience those things, and make a commitment that you’re not going to give up hope until you do.

If you dream of owning your own business, working from home, and having financial freedom, there’s one small decision I’m going to ask you to make today, right now.

My good friend Adrian Morrison is an absolute expert at helping people from all over the world achieve extraordinary income results with e-commerce.

He’s putting on a free workshop this week where he’s going to show everyone who attends how to setup their own online store, how to advertise for it, and even what products to sell in it.

Maybe you’ve heard of people having success in e-commerce today and thought, “Well, those people must be lucky, but that’s not me.”

Stop.

That’s no way to think. That’s no way to dream.

Can you imagine what might be possible for you?

You don’t have to start without a map for where you’re going, because Adrian created this training specifically to give that to you.

He’s even going to show you the exact products he’s sold in his own e-commerce stores that have helped him make millions.

He’s no different, no more special than you and me.

He’s just allowed himself to dream, and he’s committed to making his dream a reality.

Are you ready to dream again?

Click the link below to sign up for Adrian’s free training.

http://invite.esaworkshop.com/bob

You’ll be glad you did.

Thank you.

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31. Stress is simply a response which you create in the interpretation of an event. Two people might find that a given event results in quite different responses. For example, an after dinner speech might strike fear into the heart of an inexperienced speaker while a strong orator views it as a wonderful opportunity to share his thoughts. Understanding that the perceived negative effects of an event or task may be mentally manipulated and conditioned towards the positive, will allow you to be a peak performer in all instances.

32. Read “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey. It contains a wealth of wisdom and powerful insights into further developing your character and enhancing your personal relationships.

33. Become a committed audio-tape user. Most personal-mastery programs and books are now offered in this format. Listen to these inspirational materials on your way to work, whilst waiting in the line at a bank or while you wash dishes in the evening. Make your car a college on wheels and use the drive time to make knowledge your best friend. All down time can be very effectively used in this productive fashion. Use such opportunities to learn and continually expand your mind and its vast potential.

34. Try fasting one day every two weeks. During these fast days, drink fruit juice and eat fresh fruits only. You will feel more energetic, cleansed and alert. Fasting also has a salutary effect on your will-power as you are subverting the otherwise pressing impulses in your mind calling on you to eat more.

35. Keep a radio-cassette player at your office and listen to soft, soothing music throughout the day. Place pleasant scents and inspirational pictures in your workplace. By the magic of association, your work will become something you enjoy even more and arouse a very pleasant feeling within you. Budget your time on trips such that you can spend half an hour in the airport bookstore. They always contain the latest and best self-mastery books and tapes given that those who travel by air are of a group that finds value in these materials.

36. Read “As a Man Thinketh” by James Allen. And don’t just read this little book once, read it over and over again. It contains an abundance of timeless wisdom on living a fuller and happier life.

37. Remember that forgiveness is a virtue that few develop, but one that is most important to maintaining peace of mind. Mark Twain wrote that forgiveness is the fragrance the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it. Practice forgiveness especially in those situations where it is seemingly difficult. By using your emotional forgiveness muscles more regularly, petty wrongs, remarks and slights will not touch you and nothing will penetrate your concentrated, serene mindset.

38. Empty your cup. A full cup cannot accept anything more. Similarly, a person who believes that he cannot learn anything else will stagnate quickly and not move to higher levels. A true sign of a secure, mature individual is someone who sees every opportunity as a chance to learn. Even the teachers have teachers.

39. The Two Minute Mind is an excellent exercise for developing concentration. Simply stare at the second hand on your wristwatch for two minutes and think about nothing else for that time. At first your mind will wander but after 21 days of practice, your attention will not waver during the routine. One of the greatest qualities a person can develop to ensure his success is the ability to focus for extended periods of time. Learn to build up your concentration muscles and no task will be too difficult for you.

40. Drink a cup of warm water before a speech. Ronald Reagan employed this strategy to ensure that he maintained his honey-smooth voice. Mastery of the art of public speaking is a noble goal. So dedicate yourself to it. You will be judged by the calibre of your communication skills.

Mental Hacks to Be More Confident in Yourself ~ HOME BASED BUSINESS

Mental Hacks to Be More Confident in Yourself

1. Push through self-limiting beliefs.
As children we think we can conquer the world, but somewhere between childhood and adulthood, our enthusiasm and natural inclinations to dream big are squashed. Parents and teachers start imposing their own beliefs—about what we can and can’t do in life—upon us. If the instructors at the FBI Academy were not pushing us past our self-limiting beliefs, they weren’t doing their job.

How to make it work for you:
Find your limits by exposing yourself to different situations and pushing through the uncomfortable. Once you have confidence in yourself, you’ll be amazed what you can accomplish.

2. Never confuse memory with facts.
Our memory does not store information exactly as it’s presented to us. Instead we extract the gist of the experience and store it in ways that makes the most sense to us. That’s why different people witnessing the same event often have different versions.

Your brain has a built-in confirmation bias. That means it stores information that is consistent with your own beliefs, values and self-image. This selective memory system helps keep the brain from getting overloaded with too much information.

So recognize that your memory does not always provide you with accurate information. For example if you have low self-esteem, your brain tends to store information that confirms your lack of confidence. That will be all you remember about a specific event.

How to make it work for you:
Revisit the facts of a memory loaded with self-limiting beliefs and try to gain a more accurate perspective on the event. Talk with others that might have a different perspective.

3. Talk to yourself.
This might seem crazy, but it works. Talking to yourself can make you smarter, improve your memory, help you focus and even increase athletic performance. The documentary The Human Brain claims we say between 300 to 1,000 words to ourselves per minute. The Navy SEALS and Special Forces use the power of positive self-talk as a way of getting through tough times.

For example by instructing recruits to be mentally tough and speak positively to themselves, they can learn how to override fears resulting from the limbic brain system, a primal part of the brain that helps us deal with anxiety.

How to make it work for you:
Be positive, because the way you talk to yourself influences your neurobiological response to it. When you say, I know what to do here or see things as a challenge rather than a problem, you’ve turned your response into a positive one.

4. Think positive to overcome your negativity bias.
Since the early days, humans learned to get lunch or be lunch. Our natural negativity bias has kept us safe from danger for thousands of years. But not every new or different thing is a threat to our survival. This negativity bias can chisel away at our confidence because we’re hardwired to pay attention to all that we’ve done wrong.

FBI agents are taught to hunt the good stuff. It can be hard at times because positive information is like Teflon and easily falls away. But negative information, like Velcro, sticks.

How to make it work for you:
Come up with five positive thoughts to counter every one negative thought.
Let every positive thought sit for 20 seconds before moving to the next positive thought.
Acknowledge both good and bad emotions.
Do not try to suppress negative ones.
Label the emotions for what they truly are and move on. Do not enter into inner dialogue about the negative emotion because then it becomes more powerful.

5. Raise your curiosity levels.
Curiosity is an important trait for FBI agents working investigations and anyone who wants to be confident and successful.

Curiosity is the foundation of life-long growth. If we remain curious, we remain teachable and our minds and hearts grow larger every day. We can retain our beginner’s mind by always looking forward and discovering new experiences and uncovering new information.

How to make it work for you:
Ask questions and be curious because:
It makes your mind active instead of passive.
It encourages you to be more observant of new ideas.
It opens up new worlds and possibilities.
It creates an adventurous response that leads you in a new direction.

6. Overcome self-doubt.
If you lack self-confidence, you will always feel like you’re at the mercy of other people. When you assume a victim mentality, you are no longer resilient to life’s inevitable obstacles and roadblocks.

FBI agents go where they are needed, not to where they feel most comfortable. I was assigned investigations I had no idea how to solve. But my thinking was this: Drop me into the middle of any squad or any situation, anywhere, anytime. I will not be scared because I am confident I will succeed wherever I am.

How to make it work for you:
No one but you is stopping you from achieving what you want to accomplish. It’s time to identify the areas in which you doubt yourself and remove those barriers.

7. Face your fears.
When we feel in control, we’re not afraid. When we have a level of comfort with something, it’s not scary. When we don’t feel in control, we don’t think clearly because our emotional brain is in the driver’s seat and takes over. This is why fear often seems random and irrational—our emotions are in control.

To increase safety, FBI agents are taught to move closer to the threat. It does no good to avoid, deny or ignore the fear.

How to make it work for you:
Harvard Medical School professor Ronald Siegel recommends this in his book, The Mindfulness Solution:

Think about your worst fear. Spend time with it. Now make your fear worse by getting closer to it. Imagine the worst that could happen. Now focus on your breathing. Feel your body relax. See, you didn’t die, did you? You’re on your way to conquering your fear.

If you don’t believe in yourself, how do you expect anybody else to? Start today.

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Powerful Ways To Instantly Boost Your Self Esteem💥Home Based Business

Powerful Ways To Instantly Boost Your Self Esteem

To boost your self-esteem can seem like a monumental task, especially when you’re experiencing self-defeating thoughts and feelings. However, when you step back, you can see that low self-esteem is really just a continuous cycle, and breaking any part of that cycle can stop the whole thing in its tracks.

1. Do Something Kind For Someone
When you’re in a low self-esteem cycle, it can be difficult to see outside of yourself. You become so focused on what your limitations are that you can’t see the pain others might be experiencing.

But when you actively seek out doing something kind for someone else or something good for your environment, your focus shifts. Not only will your obsessive, negative thoughts about yourself stop, you’ll also begin to think positive things about yourself. Positive actions attract positive thoughts.

2. Take Care Of Your Appearance
Your outward appearance is often a reflection of how you feel on the inside. Have you ever noticed that when you’re sick, people say “You don’t look well”? Our bodies are connected to our spirit and mind and they all reflect each other.

When you have low self-esteem, it often shows through how you take care of yourself.

Small things like picking out something flattering to wear, taking time to style your hair differently, or accessorizing an outfit can seem vain and superficial, but they can actually make you immediately feel better about yourself. The lesson here is not about vanity; it’s about treating yourself kindly.

3. Change Your Scenery
A great (and fun!) way to break a low self-esteem cycle is to do something completely out of the ordinary.

It can be as simple as traveling a different route to work in the morning, taking a short weekend vacation to a place you’ve never visited, or working from a cafe you’ve always wanted to check out.

Doing something you’ve never done before or being somewhere you’ve never been to can quickly refresh your mind and break negative thought patterns. We have a tendency to get stuck in a small bubble, neglecting to see that the universe is vast and our problems are usually a lot smaller than we make them out to be.

Changing your scenery can give you a fresh perspective and motivate you to make positive changes rather than dwell in the negative. Give it a shot.

4. Write Down Your Accomplishments
Think back to all of the accomplishments you’ve had. Get out a pen and paper and start writing them down.

It seems simple, but as your list grows, you’ll start to see that not only have you accomplished some impressive things, you are capable of even more.

You might begin to see patterns of times when you felt really good about yourself and accomplished a lot of great things. This exercise can help you tune in to the parts of yourself that know you’re adequate, capable and extraordinary!

5. Teach Someone Something
There are definitely things you know that other people don’t.

Maybe you’re a great writer or you’re really proficient in math. Perhaps you know how to organize a messy closet, or you know how to change a tire on a car.

Simple knowledge that you may take for granted could be something that someone else is seeking to learn.

By teaching someone a skill or imparting some of your know-how, you not only share knowledge with them, you prove to yourself how amazing and unique of person you are, one that can share valuable gifts with the world.

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Someday you will look back and know exactly why it had to happen.

Someday you will look back and know exactly why it had to happen.

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