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Friday, August 6, 2010

Five Phrases That Changed My Life and How They Can Change Yours Too!

Do you believe that a phrase can change your life?  Well I am here to tell you that 5 phrases changed my life and I am sure that they can change yours too.  Words are very powerful things indeed, whenever I want to show someone the power of words I have them watch or listen to the Reverend Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech.  That speech was given 47 years ago, and it is as powerful now as it was then, that is the power of words.

I would like to share with you the 5 phrases that have changed my life.

I am
I am, is a powerful phrase that if used correctly can make you into an unstoppable force. The phrase works on your mind on a conscious and subconscious level, your mind will believe anything that you say after the phrase I am, Mohammed Ali was forever saying "I am The Greatest" and he believed it, and even now so many years later he is still known as the greatest boxer of all time.

I can
The power of the phrase I can, lies in the fact that it is a command, I can, takes all the doubt out of a situation, it leaves no room for error, when the whole world thought it was impossible to run a sub 4 minute mile, one man said I can and that man's name was Roger Bannister. Roger Bannister was the first man to break the 4minute barrier for the mile, all because he said to himself I can.

I will
I will, is a powerful phrase that commands your brain to make you take action, it opens up your brains neural pathways and opens up the opportunity for you to accomplish whatever you want, I will, is a phrase that tells your brain that you can accomplish anything, and when you think that you can accomplish something your brain will work relentlessly to find a way for you to accomplish it.

I must
I must, is a power phrase that I use all the time.  If you want to achieve something then you have a 50-50 chance of accomplishing it, you will make an attempt and if you do not succeed then you will quit and move onto the next thing that you want to do, however when you say I must, you are setting the deed in stone, you are drawing a line in the sand, you are saying that no matter what you will do what you set out to do, every great achievement that you have ever had or will ever have will start with the words I must.

I refuse
I refuse is another of my favourite power phrases.  The power of I refuse, lies in the fact that it is a "back against the wall" phrase. When you say I refuse, you are standing your ground, you are refusing to back down to anything or anyone. When you say I refuse to give up, then you have activated an inner strength that will make it impossible for you to say, I quit.

These five phrases have had a profound effect on my life and I am sure that if you adopt them they will have just as a profound effect on yours too.

Sean is a Life Coach and Master NLP Practitioner specializing in helping clients who are feeling "STUCK" to get "UNSTUCK" and to achieve more in less time than they ever thought possible with the power of goal setting and self empowerment.  Download your FREE report on the benefits of group coaching, and how you can get better results in less time and save money into the bargain, download a copy here. Or you can contact Sean direct for a free 30 minute "Design your Destiny" consultation. You can email Sean at: sean@letsgetcoached.com, please forward Sean's email address to anyone who you think could benefit from his service.

Article Source: Sean_M_Mantack

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Sneaky Sugars

Even if you don't have a sweet tooth, chances are you take in more than your fair share of sugar each day. Added sugars can be found in everything from soda to salad dressing and even in otherwise healthy foods like yogurt.

The World Health Association recommends cutting back on refined sugar to reduce your risk of obesity. The added sugar in our diets seems to be adding up to extra pounds on American waistlines. The amount of added sugars in products is on the rise. According to the American Dietetic Association, the average American consumed about 123 pounds of added sugar per year in 1980. By 1999, that number had risen to 158 pounds. Why? We eat out more often, and we're eating more and more packaged foods and drinking more and more beverage.

The Sugar Bowl
You don't need to have a sugar-free diet, but reducing the amount of sugar you consume is a wise decision. Look for the following items on the ingredients label — they're all forms of sugar:

Corn syrup or high fructose corn syrup



Fruit juice concentrate or fructose

Sugar — white, brown, raw or cane

Look for the amount of sugar listed on the "Nutrition Facts" panel of the foods you buy. It will be listed in grams. Remember: No matter what the source is, be it the natural fructose in strawberries or the added sweetness of corn syrup, it all winds up in the same place on the nutrition facts label. If a product only lists fresh or dried fruit in the ingredients list, you know that the sugar is derived from these sources. However, if cane sugar and corn syrup are listed in addition to the strawberries, you know that sugars have been added.

Cutting down on sugar:
Avoid heavily sweetened breakfast cereals. Go for ones that have 10 grams of sugar or less per serving.

Energy bars and drinks are a common source of hidden sugar. Look for ones that have less than 12-15 grams of sugar per serving.

Watch out for reduced fat and fat-free products. Sugars are often added to mask the loss of flavor when fat is removed. You may be cutting out fat, but not necessarily calories.

Limit sweetened beverages like milkshakes and coffee drinks, which are deceptively full of sugar and calories.

Buy juices that are 100 percent fruit juice. Be careful about products that say "100 percent natural." That doesn't mean they're not loaded with added sugars. Avoid products that call themselves "juice cocktails" and "juice beverages."

Mix fresh or dried fruit into plain yogurt. Many fruity yogurts are loaded with added sugar.

Learn to appreciate the natural tartness of fruits like grapefruit, strawberries and other berries. Choose fruit when it's in season and it shouldn't need any added sweetness.
Article by Frances Largeman, R.D.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

An Easy Yet Extremely Effective Diet For Perfect Abdominals

There's an approach to consume tasty foods while accelerating a fat reduction. Depriving yourself of food is the undesirable thing you want to do, which is apparently the method of the fad diets. But if you wish to lose weight quick and look much better, then adhere to these guidelines for an easy yet extremely effective diet to obtain 6-pack abs.

1) Consume healthy natural foods almost all the time. Some good options are apples, natural peanut butter, and whole eggs. These are foods, which are in their most natural state, which means you understand that you won't get fat. Get some good protein in what you eat so you'll have no issue developing 6-pack abs.

2) Keep yourself hydrated. Make an effort to have about 1-2 cups with every meal to assist your digestive system and burn off fat. Drinking water is a good replacement for any kind of sweet energy drink.

3) Consume five - six meals each day. Aim to consume every three hours beginning with breakfast every day. Bring healthy snack foods along with you to work. Something such as peanut butter and an apple is definitely a good option. By consuming regularly, you won't just stay full, but you'll keep your stomach fat down to help you to expose your hard six pack abs.

Mentioned above are some guidelines you are able to stick with to expose your stomach muscles, and truly enhance your physical appearance. You may also discover some good recipes to make tasty but healthy servings.

Do you know that some foods (that you thought were unhealthy) will actually assist the fat-burning process in your body? Do you know that there are 3 Foods marketed as "healthy" that actually increase your stomach fat, and you should stay FAR away from these?

Article by:  Jackie Tay

Monday, August 2, 2010

No Confidence? How to Have a Happy, Confident Mind

Want to improve your confidence? Even the most outwardly successful person can lack confidence in themselves in particular situations. How can you learn to be a more confident person? Read these essential self-esteem and confidence-building tips.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines confidence as "a feeling or consciousness of one's powers" or "the quality or state of being certain". Confidence is also a trust in a person or being.

Confidence is essentially an attitude. Having a confident state of mind and secure self-esteem is something that comes from within YOU and ONLY YOU. Many people consider confidence as a result of a particular achievement or status. For example, they think "when I'm slim and beautiful, I'll be more confident", or "when I've made a success of myself and I'm driving a Ferrari, I'll have all the confidence in the world" or "if I weren't such a loser, I would be more confident". People who lack confidence and self-esteem often feel that they have no control over their lives, that they were born ugly, or poor or stupid. You have to realize that self-confidence is not dependent on your achievements or status (or perceived lack thereof). And that confidence can be learned and developed with practice and the right techniques.

Remember too that a lack of self-confidence is an extremely common worry for many and you are not only in your fears.

Remember the last time you felt truly confident and happy. Perhaps you received a prize at school, or your father once praised you for a particular achievement. It does not matter how big or small the actual achievement was: you are simply trying to replicate the emotion of feeling totally confident. Close your eyes and recall that emotion in as much detail as possible. Remember your physical feeling, your emotions, the sounds around you, the colors, the smells and environment. It does not matter if you don't recall every detail straight away, with practice you will develop a clearer mental picture. Practice bringing that feeling of confidence back again and again until you can summon that confident state almost immediately. Now, whenever you are in a stressful state or need a confidence boost, bring back that feeling. It might take some practice at first. Do not worry if you don't get it the first few times. Try to practice it everyday for about one month. If you require a certain trigger to help you recall that feeling then use it. I find that if I attach a song to that emotion, then all I need to do is play it loudly on my earphones, and I can immediately recall it.

Look in the mirror and give a big, deep smile. Straighten your shoulders, put your head up and walk tall. If you act confident, you will feel more confident. Your mind and body are capable of incredible things.

If you need to, slow down your breathing. During stressful moments, be aware of your breathing. Focus on making each breath deeper and slower and you will gradually feel more calm and confident.

Use positive language as much as possible. Avoid phrases such as
- "I'm not good at"
- "I can't"
- "I shouldn't"
- "I have to"
- "But..."
- "Alright for some"

If we are positive towards others, they are more likely to be positive towards you. Try to be positive, polite and as nice as possible to people around you. Focus on them, listening and empathizing with their situation and you are likely to receive a similar response back.

Remember that self-confidence comes from you and not from others. If you have someone who is constantly putting you down, you could try and avoid contact with them, but you could also try to turn their words into a positive. You might have a parent who is always telling you to save more money, get a girlfriend, lose weight, work harder, be more like someone else. Whenever you hear these words just say to yourself "they are only saying these things because they love me and want the best for me. I love mom and her comments because she only wants the best for me".

Like many things in life, having confidence takes practice. Do not expect it to come overnight. If you are shy in public places, the more practice you have meeting people, the better you will become at confident, social interactions. Just keep working at your confidence and self-esteem little by little and the results will come.

Article by: Gemma_Swansburg