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Win in 2010

Thursday, January 21, 2010 07:10 | Eric Harrington
With 2009 behind us, it is time for a new mindset in 2010. No longer can we set our focus based on the 5 senses we are limited to. We have dreams and visions of great things - regardless of what our eyes tell us. If you want to Win in 2010, here is a good place to start: 1. Paint the mental picture of what you want to achieve, see it complete and feel how it would be when you do achieve your dreams and goals. See it and feel it as it is already done. 2. Be careful what you think. Your thoughts and feelings will manifest in your hand. The law of attraction is ALWAYS at work. If you are thinking and feeling negative thoughts, guess what will happen? 3. Show gratitude for your accomplishments and everything else you have before you go to sleep each night. Start each day with positive intent. Before your feet touch the ground in the morning, focus on the things you intend to accomplish that day - then get up and go do it. 4. Spend at least 15 minutes in the morning and at night being still and quiet. 30 minutes is best but if you are not used to doing this, start with 15 and go from there. Close your eyes, turn off the world, be still and think on positive things. All the best, Eric

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