Monday, September 4, 2017

What's your “Branding Mark”

 “Branding Mark”

The Greek defined character as a “branding mark” on products, an engraved or stamped mark on coins or seals. It’s a word that may refer to any artificial symbol or sign and it often refers to human moral character involving assessments of mental qualities and moral virtues or lack of them.
            How you act is “your brand.” If you examine a commercial or any advertisement closely, you will notice that it has a distinguished label, look, or mark. You’ll know whether it’s pushing Pepsi or Coca Cola just by the advertisement. You can recognize a pair of Air Jordan gym shoes just by the logo. If someone labeled you, would it be in the form of a winner? Would it be negative or positive? Would it capture the attention of another person? These are some of the questions you need to ponder when developing your character, and if you don’t like your answers, you likely need to adjust your thinking and actions accordingly.

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Friday, August 18, 2017

Wow—it’s just a thought.

So many of us wrestle quietly in frustration, hoping for the trouble or misery to disappear into the blowing wind. Some people wish and hope for something grand to happen to them without putting in the hard work it takes to prosper in life. That’s why gambling in America is a multi-billion dollar industry. American gamblers lost—are you ready—nearly $120 billion in 2013.[1] Think about that for a moment. Those gamblers are probably like many people who look for a miracle worker to come and tap them on the shoulder and instantly make them successful people. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could make you successful with a simple yet magical touch? Imagine reclining on your sofa surfing channels when a miracle worker comes shows up of nowhere slightly tapping you on the shoulder. Then suddenly, wealth and prosperity are overflowing your life. Wow—it’s just a thought.

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Monday, August 7, 2017

Remove Negative People and Influences

It can be challenging to get rid of the destructive voices inside your head when you are surrounded by people who are cynical. Once you start to hear negative words all the time or feel negative attitudes, it's difficult not to agree with them. Oftentimes you won't even notice negativity and your positive outlook on things start to dissolve. While there are many way for you to deal with negative people, it simply may be best for you stop communicating and interacting with them. People who are verbally negative all the time are most likely having negative thoughts, too. Individuals like this can be toxic and you don't need that in your life when you are trying to improve your thinking and your life.

Carl's new book releasing on September 15th 2017
Think Like A Winner

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Change Negative Thoughts with Encouraging Affirmations

Instead of dwelling on a bad thought, substitute it with a positive affirmation. Positive affirmations are positive declarations that are said with confidence and a perceived certainty. By saying them, you begin to overcome negative thoughts in your subconscious mind in a healthy way by putting a optimistic spin on it. You have to completely have faith in the words that are coming out of your mouth and use statements that you know will steer you to an improved attitude. Don't just say, "I am a successful person," but say things like: "I am young, powerful and rich” or
“every day in every way I am getting better and better. When you become more specific, it will support you in seeing the outcome much more clearly.

Carl's new release on September 15th

Sunday, July 30, 2017

How to Talk to Yourself Positively

Become Aware Of the Negative Talk

To begin, you have to become more mindful of the thoughts that you continuously have. When you are more mindful of your negative thinking, you start to recognize just how often those thoughts can creep in. It might take some time to examine this, but once you realize what triggers your cynical thoughts and why, it will be much easier to turn the thoughts into positive ones

Carl's new release on September 15th

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The "I Don’t Like It Quiet" Mistake

The "I Don’t Like It Quiet" Mistake 

With cell phones, laptops and computers, and endless cable channels, the lives we lead do not always lend time for inner stillness and reflection. We're going at such a hectic pace that we don't make space for prayer and meditation. We don't really look within. It can be challenging at first to recognize our internal heartbeat, but recognizing it determines what will give you success and satisfaction. Think of it as an inner show of appreciation for every minute where you feel in harmony with yourself, and when you hear it—be it loud and clear or soft and slightly muffled—you'll know exactly what it is and what you're meant to do on Earth. 

You were created for this day and time. By avoiding these common mistakes you will surely be on the right path to live your best life.

Carl's new release on September 15, 2017
Think Like A Winner

Sunday, July 23, 2017

The "I Don’t Like It" Mistake

The "I Don’t Like It" Mistake 

Typically, when things annoy us, we're taught to walk away or ignore it. But occasionally it can benefit us to take a closer look. For example, if somebody does something wrongly, and their error drives us crazy, we shouldn't criticize the person—we should look at what our incapacity to stand their error can show us. What you cannot stand to see done badly is correctly where you ought to work. For example, if you can't stand it when there are typos on the church programs  or when company emails are not sent out in a timely fashion—if you want things in order—maybe you should consider working in an area of leadership or administration. 

Other people might not even be concerned by these things, but your inability to put up with anything less than quality means that you have an interest there. You need to recognize, "This is an area I have a natural passion about." 

Carl's new release on September 15 2017

What's your “Branding Mark”

 “Branding Mark” The Greek defined character as a “branding mark” on products, an engraved or stamped mark on coins or seals. It’s a ...