SHADOW-WORK – WORKBOOK
SPIRIT-GUIDES -LEARN ABOUT THEM
Have you ever imagined a life where you are free to live on your own terms?
Where do you call the shots and have the ability and opportunity to make as much money as you like?
You most probably have.
Developing good habits and breaking away from bad habits: This is an investment that can pay dividends in so many areas of your life. Developing good habits keeps you focused and centered on where you are going in life and who you are becoming. Take exercise, for example, the is a good habit to develop and is one that will keep you fit and healthy and will help prevent serious diseases as well as keep your mind fit and healthy. Breaking bad habits such as eating the wrong food, smoking or drinking too much will again improve your overall health and well-being. Investing in good habits will become easier the more that you do it.
Everything you know comes from your investment in yourself. How you invest in yourself matters, it is the only thing, that no one can take away from you. What you know and how you do it. When you invest in yourself you offer yourself:
People with high performance, invest their effort and time to achieve the goals they desire. Either you choose business, sports, family, or health. It all requires you to invest time and practice to gain competence and knowledge. The time you spend is the investment you do and high performance comes from knowing how to respond well to achieve the goals you want and need.
There simply is no higher performance without investing in yourself. True some people have talents, and it comes easier to them than others, but the facts are that:
Hard work beats talent
If talent does not work hard.
The higher performance comes from investing in yourself.
It means results, facts, and insight. It gives you options to respond well, be dynamic, and leave every situation a winner.
We want to win, we want to know we can do it, make it and we want the time and effort we come into it, to be worth every minute of it. People who say winning is not everything – it’s not true, when you win it’s the good feeling you get from within that tells you that each time you failed and manage to pull yourself up again was worth every rise – it matters to you.
The investment you do, the time you add to it, and all the problem-solving – what does it mean to invest in yourself – all the difference in the world.