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Getting It Right With Dr Boles

Getting It Right With Dr Boles


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Review how you see yourself and maximize your potential: eat right, sleep enough and drink enough water ( 1 ounce for every two pounds of body weight). Look for things to be pleased about; a beautiful day, a remembered happy moment, an anticipated event that brings a smile to your face. Activate your body to receive good things. se your mind to keep propelling you forward. Be aware of your information “loop”. Your identity is shaped by outside information and your environment. How much are you in control of what you are doing and want to do? Protect your mind by limiting how outside influences shape what you do and think. Determine what is necessary for you to live YOUR core life.  Perspective is a silent drive for everything that you do. The adage of “a glass half full or half empty” is a way of telling you to examine the perspective that you approach a task.  To find success, you must be success ready. Are you setting your goals high and performing at your peak. If you are doing only mediocre then your successes will be small and lukewarm. When your expectations of yourself are high, then your rewards will be high.

Plan beyond what is common; consider all possibilities and plan for the apex for achieving your dreams. With the thought, with the expectation comes opportunity. You only see what you look for so you must be open to see what you may now not be able to recognize. Dream big dreams.  Find those to share, endorse and advance your dreams. Become good and confident in imagining the best for yourself, then bridge that with an increased competence. If you are dreaming of writing- activate your learning, take a course, join a reading club and form a book club. If you love interior design, subscribe to design magazines, visit furniture showrooms, watch DIY television shows. Make yourself a “better” student of design. Maintain a learning challenge log and check off things as they are fulfilled.