The Power of Positive Thinking

  The Power of Positive Thinking ‘’The mind is its own place and in itself, can make a Heaven of Hell, a Hell of Heaven.’’ ~ John Milton On 24th December 2007, St. John’s Memorial Hospital was buzzing with news of Ward No. 5’s recovery. Despite it being Christmas Eve, the nurses and doctors alike were seen running over to congratulate the doctor.  Everyone wished to witness this Christmas miracle before they headed home. What was this miracle you ask? Well, it all began on a fateful May morning… On the surface, it had been just another day for Margaret Marshall. She was running around the house searching for her bags and books. Her mother was calling her for breakfast and she could already see the school bus getting smaller from her window. ‘’Are you running late again, magpie?’’ asked her Mrs. Marshall, as she peeked out from her room. ‘’>>>

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5 Massively Overrated Careers to Avoid

5 Massively Overrated Careers to Avoid Raise your hands if you wanted to become a doctor after watching the hit TV series “Grey’s Anatomy” or “House”. While the actual medical profession is nowhere near as glamorous or entertaining as the TV show, people think that being a doctor is all about that white coat, intriguing cases and on-call duties with live action. What they don’t know is the amount of studying, examinations, grueling work and insomniac years of residency that is behind the signature white coat and the stethoscope. And for what it’s worth, life as a physician is not as rewarding either. Unfortunately, being a doctor is one of the many careers that you will label “overrated” once you know the details. Here are a few career paths that are hugely overhyped, and unless you really connect with them on an intimate level, you’d be wise to drop the>>>

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The Benefits Of Saying No

The Benefits Of Saying No Saying no should essentially be an easy task. But, in most of the cases, it is not so. This might be because of the expectations, the manipulations, and the negativity that you get from most of the people around you when you resort to saying no. However, you should know that if you feel confident enough to say no, your whole life can change for the better. Here are the top three benefits that you can get from saying no: 1.     Saying no can increase your productivity Once you start saying no, you will understand how this one word can have so much power over everything. Saying no helps a person become more aligned with their overall vision of life and helps in achieving goals at a faster pace. This is because by saying no, you are giving more of your attention to the things>>>

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The Benefits Of Positive Thinking

The Benefits Of Positive Thinking While many of us know or have heard about the impact of positive thinking, very few of us actually apply the concept into our daily lives. Positive thinking does not necessarily mean that we simply ignore all the negativities that are happening around us. It encourages us to have a more pleasant and constructive approach towards the negative things and encourage us to have an ability to not feel frustrated when things do not go as we planned them to be. The Health Benefits Associated With Positive Thinking Here are some of the health benefits that have been associated with positive thinking: Better coping skills when stress levels and hardships increase Better physical and psychological well-being Higher resistance to common cold Enhanced life span Lower distress levels Lower depression rates Reduced death risk as a result of cardiovascular disease While it is not clearly known>>>

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Moral Lessons the Cartoon Tom and Jerry Teach Us

Moral Lessons the Cartoon Tom and Jerry Teach Us Tom and Jerry, the fights, the chases, and the friendship neither one was willing to admit. Our two favorite childhood characters amused us in each and every episode, made us laugh, and carved a special spot for themselves in our childhood memories. Even today, children watch Tom and Jerry with the same enthusiasm as we did when we were their age. We bet that as adults you still find yourself watching Tom and Jerry with kids or without them. For some reason, Tom and Jerry is a cartoon whose lifespan has surpassed decades. No matter what new cartoon comes along, it will never take the place of Tom and Jerry. For the simple fact, the cartoon teaches us moral lessons. What type of moral lessons is what we are going to take a look at: 1.     Never Give Up When Tom>>>

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Another 10 Quick Tips about Attitude

Another 10 Quick Tips about Attitude Attitude is the overall measurement of our disposition and reaction to things around us. She relates to our feelings and how situations are handled. She is the total summation of our world view and general belief which determines our outlook and perception of life, people and things around us. We are often encouraged and sometimes challenged by friends to have positive attitudes to life because it is possible for someone to demonstrate negative attitudes unconsciously. The following are another 10 Quick Tips about Attitude. Goal setting. It is very essential for us to have goals that we are pursuing to help keep a positive attitude. Goal setting are similar to having a vision or dream we plan to achieve within a short or long time. This will help to sharpen our worldview to be more positive. A thankful heart. There is the tendency to>>>

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10 Quick Tips about Attitude

10 Quick Tips about Attitude When you think positive, positive things happen. The key behind this philosophy is to encourage people to maintain a positive attitude, even when life throws them a curve ball. The ability to have a positive outlook on matters is one of the biggest challenges you will face in life. Mainly because it’s easier to maintain a negative attitude than a positive one. It’s easier to feel sorry for yourself than give yourself a pep talk to cheer you up. People who can’t seem to find a pause button for their negative thoughts are the most miserable. We don’t want you to become one of those who only fears the worst in all situations. These ten quick tips will refresh your outlook on life and bring forth a renewed attitude in you: ü  Wake Up Early Waking up later in the day once or twice is>>>

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6 Things about Attitude Your Boss Wants To Know

6 Things about Attitude Your Boss Wants To Know The boss is similar to a dictator. He or she has eyes everywhere, monitoring your performance and taking meticulous notes. One wrong move on your part can transform them into Dr. Jekyll, which often leads to the infamous words uttered by Donald Trump, “You’re Fired!” When they hold the power to fire you, they become your living nightmare. Therefore, it becomes important for you to be in their good books. This means sucking up to them once in a while. Come on, who doesn’t like to hear that their leadership is commendable? However, this may not be the best advice if you lack acting chops. So, an alternative tactic to try is to look through the eyes of the boss. From your boss’s perspective, these six things about attitude will help you become the perfect employee: 1.     Provide Solutions to Problems>>>

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Break-Thru Generation Classic Early Editions

Break-Thru Generation Classic Early Editions Mal Garvin’s GodSpot flashback’s (Including Christmas Editions in red below)       Break-Thru Generation Classic Early Editions Christmas Editions     About Initially through his syndicated radio program. Breakthru Generation, and then later through 60 spots and a national talk-back program, Mal Garvin was one of Australian radio’s best known voices for over 40 years. Now retired and focussed on writing,  Mal lives with his wife, Jenny in Hobart, Tasmania. Mal is enjoying the opportunity afforded by podcasting to make available some of the thousands of programs that he and his team produced over more than four decades of his award winning programs. His personal website is :  https://www.lifeunderstanding.com/   Life: It’s Worth Thinking About is proudly powered by Podbean.com 3.2 . Copyright 2012 Mal Garvin. All rights reserved. Tags: Thought, Bre, Hope, Mal Garvin, attitude, Love, Health

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TIME FOR AMATEUR HOUR

  TIME FOR AMATEUR HOUR The worst mistake I made in my first business is that we were profitable. Unprofitable internet companies were valued on the dream. Profitable companies were valued by profits. Another mistake I made was I never returned calls. And another mistake was not firing clients fast enough. This is what is known as “amateur hour”. In 2010 the Wall St Journal hated me so I stopped writing for them. In 2009 the Financial Times hated me. In 2008 thestreet.com hated me. So I decided to write for just me. I didn’t know what to write. So I started writing incredibly embarrassing things about myself and what I learned from them. Many people in the financial biz are afraid to admit they make mistakes. So I decided to share all of mine. At the time everyone thought I went completely mentally ill. Even some relatives stopped talking>>>

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