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Posted by on May. 7, 2007 at 6:34 AM
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Monday, May 7, 2007

Dare to dream

The main thing that keeps an objective out of reach is your
assumption that you cannot reach it. You're able to do
precisely what you expect to be able to do.

Are there dreams that you dare not to dream because you've
decided that you cannot attain them? If so, then your
negative expectation has become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Before you abandon or downgrade your most treasured dreams,
consider this. When your goal is personally meaningful and
compelling, you can achieve it, whatever it may be

You are never too old or too young, too rich or too poor, to
direct the energy of your life toward a compelling
objective. Life is about making a difference, and that's
something you can do no matter what your circumstances may

There is somewhere you truly wish to go, something you
sincerely desire to achieve, right this very moment. Take
the time to find it, commit yourself to it, and make the
effort to make it happen.

Your dreams represent some of the most valuable gifts you
have to give to life. Dare to dream, and allow the best of
who you are to be fully expressed.

Ralph Marston

Linda/CMAS, BS, RN
by on May. 7, 2007 at 6:34 AM
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by Group Owner on May. 14, 2007 at 9:30 AM
No more effort is required to aim high in life, to demand abundance and prosperity, than is required to accept misery and poverty.   Napoleon Hill

Linda/CMAS, BS, RN  aka  "BizNurse"  aka "MOM"
by Group Owner on May. 16, 2007 at 8:31 AM
The TRUE sign that someone is a LEADER is their ability to see the successful qualities in someone, to BELIEVE in someone even before THEY believe in themselves.  Then with a good team that offers Leaders doing LIVE Mentoring/Support/Training, YOUR Belief becomes THEIR belief, and they are able to duplicate that in helping others.! 

Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Building confidence

Do you wish to have confidence? Then get busy and build it. Start with something small, and take a leap of faith in yourself.

When you have a modest accomplishment under your belt, you have something real upon which to build. Then push yourself to go a little further each time.

Take on new challenges that are a little beyond what you know you can do. Put all you have into successfully moving through those new and more difficult challenges.

Each time you do, your level of confidence will increase. There is no shortcut to true confidence. Yet there is a clearly defined pathway that will surely take you there.

Challenge yourself at every opportunity to go a little beyond what you know you can do. Soon you will confidently know you can do just about anything you choose.

Ralph Marston
by Group Owner on May. 23, 2007 at 8:19 AM
The AWESOME part, is when you're part of a TEAM and walking with a MONTOR who's already achieved the goals you're looking to achieve,  those daily steps are actually FUN!  :-)


There is no sudden leap to greatness.
Your success lies in doing, day by day.
Your upward reach comes from working well and carefully.

Good work done little by little becomes great work.
Your house of success will be built brick by brick.

A bottle fills drop by drop.
Adopt the pace of nature.
The secret is patience..
by on May. 24, 2007 at 4:56 PM
Thanks so much Linda, your messages are really motivational.  I send out a weekly newsletter to my team, for inspiration, training, and company updates.  I also have a mentoring forum that is just underway @  And we have just added LIVE opportunity online conferences and soon to be added training to our list of support in building our team to success, in addition to the wonderful support system provided by our company.  As I've told you in a private message, you are a great inspiration to me in providing the best possible support to my team.  Thanks again!!

by Group Owner on May. 24, 2007 at 8:54 PM
Absolutely Terri!  I LOVE the daily motivations, and to be honest, it KEEPS us growing in a big way!  I share them  with our entire organization now via yahoo groups!!  :-)

Have an awesome holiday weekend!!    We plan on living on the jet skiis!

Linda/CMAS, BS, RN  aka  "BizNurse"  aka  SAH "MOM"

by Group Owner on May. 26, 2007 at 2:57 PM
MAN is this one ever RIGHT ON!  Reality is sometimes we join the WRONG businesses or the WRONG Team within the RIGHT business.  BOTH lead to miserable FAILURES for us.....

BUT....  WHAT IF Tim and I had QUIT when we FAILED and when we LOST $25,000 in various MLMs and Affiliates???  We'd never have reached the six figure income we're at now!   Linda/CMAS, BS, RN

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Twists and turns

Sometimes you must get it wrong before you can know how to
get it right. Often, short-term disappointment is a
necessary step on the path to long-term fulfillment.

When things fail to go according to plan, all is not lost.
Mistakes, surprises and distractions can bring their own
unique and valuable possibilities.

If you were unable to get the results you intended, don't
waste a lot of time being angry, resentful or disappointed.
Instead, look for the new set of opportunities with which
you've been presented.

If the first ship sails without you, that could very likely
turn out to be a blessing. For the voyage on the next ship
can end up being better than you could ever have previously

Don't put a lot of energy into judging, after the fact,
whether a particular outcome is desirable or not. Put your
energy into finding ways to move forward from the current

The road to fulfillment is never a straight line. Learn to
navigate the twists and turns, and you'll find something of
value in every result.

Ralph Marston

by on May. 27, 2007 at 8:45 AM
Great post and sooo true!!  You guys are awesome!

Have a Successful Day!
by Group Owner on May. 27, 2007 at 9:54 AM
THANKS Ter!   Feel free to post anything you find motivational here!!   I love the sharing!!    Linda/RN
by Group Owner on May. 31, 2007 at 8:20 AM
No problems

If you don't want to be burdened with problems, then don't
create them
. Instead, use the exact same circumstances to
create positive possibilities.

Whether or not something is a problem depends on the way you
respond to it
. As such, you can choose a life filled with
problems or a life that's free of them.

Certainly there are difficult and challenging situations
that come your way on a regular basis. But is there anything
to be gained by turning them into problems?

Choose instead to transform those difficulties and
challenges into opportunities. Know that there is always a
realistic and workable way, and commit yourself to finding

Rather than being weighed down by problems, you can be
energized by possibilities. Instead of fighting against what
you don't want, you can be working toward what you most
sincerely desire.

Free yourself from problems by never creating them in the
first place. Focus your energy on the positive possibilities
and bring the best of them to life

Ralph Marston
by Group Owner on Jun. 4, 2007 at 11:06 PM


What you believe yourself to be, you ARE.
What you believe you can be in the future, you can become.

If you believe that you can do something, you can do it.
You must believe in it one hundred percent.

Your self image prescribes the limits
for the accomplishment of your goals.
It prescribes the "area of the possible" for you.

If you want to be successful,
start thinking of yourself as successful.
The feelings must come first from within you.

Self esteem is the strongest single factor in prosperity consciousness.
Believe you can do it.
Believe you deserve it.
Believe you will get it.

It's all in your mind.
What you see is what you get.

Linda/CMAS, BS, RN  aka  "BizNurse"  aka  SAH"MOM"


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