The Happiness Chronicles.

Do you need a daily shot of deliverance?

Are you looking for real motivation each day?

If so, check out the Happiness Chronicles.  Sixty six chapters of pure inspiration, and even more.

Too depressed to read?

Let a true survivor pre-digest it for you.

Daily inspiration about depression, anxiety, hope, joy, and plenty of scripture to get your demon-booty kicking groove on

This is the real deal,

My payoff? Sending your demons on the run.

(the truth will set you free).

NOTE: The pure joy of being free can not be bought, pimped, or manipulated.  This is just inspiration with zero pitch or marketing tie=-in what so ever.

I care.

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Brain Blobs and your Blog

Medical science has shown that negativc-brain_afronte thinking people actually have a dark cloud in their brain, and it grows when they continue to think negatively.

It’s almost like a downhill ride that keeps getting faster and faster

because the more they think negatively, the more the dark cloud grows. And the more it grows, the more they think negatively.

The interesting thing is, most people don’t even know that they are doing this.

I must confess, as an analyst in SEO and as a strategist, it can become very easy to develop a cynical mindset…if you are an internet marketer, an affiliate marketer, or a marketer of any kind, then you know how difficult it can be to remain positive instead of always gravitating toward the negative.

Everything on the internet seems to be changing constantly. So many times, when we try something new, it’s hard

to believe for success knowing that what you build today might seem obsolete tomorrow.

It isn’t easy staying positive sometimes. That’s why I created “the Inspiration Station”.

It’s a weekly series of inspirational bites, similar to Motivational Monday, but from a purely inspirational standpoint. In other words, the focus isn’t just on staying motivated in business, but also in your every day life.

Pitch free, agenda free, just pure inspiration.

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How to Be Happy Every day!

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One thing I have received in feed back from a lot of my visitors is that they suffer from anxiety and/or depression.

Reader, are you chronically sad? Or does life feel grey all the time?

Does it just seem like life is one big slog?

I know a  lot of us (myself included) are feeling really wrung out from the winter.

One thing that really helps me each day is to get a good shot of positive thinking in my head.

They say you are what you eat, but I want to add to that and say, you are what you eat upstairs…in your mind.

If life’s eating you, beating you, or getting you down, sign up for my happiness chronicles.

Note: this is completely pitch free and devoid of all self-promotion. No links, no product mentions, just hi fives in your inbox each day.

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The light at the end of the tunnel

 

rat2btreading2bwaterHave you ever been in a situation in your business where it looked like nothing would ever get better?

Or maybe you’ve been working at your business for a long time, and you are making little, if no money.

Don’t give up.

These scientists put these two rats in separate tanks of water (no life preserver in the experiment). (:0

the first rat treaded water for three days before reaching the light at the end of the tunnel.

The second rat had no light, and died after 45 minutes of trying.

What does your business need?

The light at the end of the tunnel.

What is that light?

A word.

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How to Start a New Habit

Establishing a new habit

A lot of people have a new year’s resolution of “always” and “never”

“I’ll never smoke” “I’ll always exercise each morning”. These are called habits, but no one, absolutely no one, gets there over night (unless they have a miracle deliverance, or they suffer through, or they have a heavenly download of yearlong motivation  and strength that never wanes).

But habits aren’t made or broken that way.  If you are stuck in the rut of “always” and “never”, then your verbage needs to change to:

“Begin”  and “taper off”

How to start a new habit

       Decide what you can do.

If you know, for example, that you aren’t going to, without fail, do your goal consistently, then don’t set it. That’s where everyone misses it. They set these impossible goals, miss one day at it, and quit all together. No, that’s setting yourself up for failure. Instead, start with a goal that  you know FOR SURE you will do daily, or weekly, or whatever time slot is reasonable. So if you know that you want to  run every day, then run every day. And make it your goal to run every day. That’s it. That’s your goal. If you just start with the goal of running every day, you can’t lose. And trust yourself. Tell yourself, “You only have to do some running every day”. As in, out  the door and to your car. And then Back in. Or, just to the kitchen and back to bed. That’s it. You just ran. Now. Can  you commit to just running, any amount, every single day? Sure you can. And I bet you know what I’m going to suggest next. Yup[, that’s right. Each day you’ll go a bit further.  One guy named Zig Zigler made it his goal to lose a hundred pounds and he did by running to the mailbox each day. That was his only goal. I’m sure you know where  that achievable goal got him. That’s right. It got him running every day. And he didn’t get there by saying “this is lame, any loser could do this”. No, he got there by encouraging himself. “Hurray, it’s January 15th and I’m still running every day”.

In case you haven’t figured it out yet, Zig Ziglar ended up running a mile a day, and becoming  a self-improvement coach.

So start with what you know for sure you can do

Build on it. Each day, try to do a bit more, but don’t make the “bit more” your new goal. Remember, you goal is just to do some of this each day.

Train yourself to encourage yourself. When you miss a day, (and don’t think it can’t happen) DON”T QUIT. Remember what a new year’s resolution is. It’s something you resolve to accomplish in the new year, not something you have to do each day. Your New Year’s resolution should be to establish a consistent (not perfect)  life habit of running. Your goal to reach that is to most days, run some.

Remember, you have all  of  this year to establish the habit

So go easy on yourself.

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