Month: July 2015

Why Success Is Slipping Through Your Fingers?*

It all comes down to one little word… Paradigm!

Paradigm — what is it? Is it a buzzword for the information age? It very well may be, but it’s one you need to seriously consider. Because if you’re like most people, paradigms are controlling every move you make.

Paradigms are a multitude of habits that guide every move you make. They affect the way you eat, the way you walk, even the way you talk. They govern your communication, your work habits, your successes and your failures.

For the most part, your paradigms didn’t originate with you. They’re the accumulated inheritance of other people’s habits, opinions, and belief systems. Yet they remain the guiding force in YOUR life.

Negative and faulty paradigms are why ninety-some percent of the population keeps getting the same results, year in and year out.

What about you? Is success slipping through your fingers? Do you feel like you’re doing all the right things to achieve your goals and get to where you want to be in life, but still can’t seem to get there? Do you see people with more money, more success, more happiness than you have and think, “What am I doing wrong?”

I can tell you right now that the problem isn’t you. It’s your paradigms.

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If you want to change your results — really change them, forever — shifting your paradigms is the only way to do it. When that shift happens, everything becomes different… just like THAT.

In order to replace an old paradigm that doesn’t serve you (i.e., “I’ve never been able to make more than $40,000 a year), you must lay a new paradigm over that old one, ensuring that it’s sealed from “leaking through” again. When you understand how to lay this floor, so to speak, you will expose yourself to a brand new world of power, possibility and promise.

Think of the areas in your life that money affects. Imagine shifting your paradigm there to substantially increase your income before year’s end.

Or maybe you have difficulty meeting people. Altering the paradigm so that it’s easy and enjoyable to meet people could have an incredible impact on your life.

These are just two examples of hundreds of paradigm shifts that could be done in your life today.

Remember: there will be no permanent change in your life until the paradigm has been changed. Choose one or two limiting ideas that are part of your paradigm and replace them with ideas that represent freedom to you. Consciously keep those new thoughts in your head, and act as if those thoughts are already embedded in the foundation of your life.

Before you know it, your life will begin to change — dramatically!

Speaking of dramatic changes, do you have six spare minutes in your day? Then I’ve got a way for you to experience some major turnarounds in your results. Watch this short video to discover the six-minute-a-day secret to success.

* Taken and adapted from Proctor Gallagher Institute

Intuition: A Game Changer In Your Hands

Meet The Enchanting Storyteller Who Heals And Transforms Thousands By Freeing Their Authentic Spirit…

The intuitive expert, Sonia Choquette, transforms and shifts thousands around the world by connecting them to their authentic spirit, and is the author of 19 bestselling books, including the New York Times bestseller, The Answer Is Simple.

Sonia Choquette empowering attendees at Awesomeness Fest in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in 2014.

Sonia Choquette empowering attendees at Awesomeness Fest in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in 2014.

When Sonia Choquette spoke about Intuition at Awesomeness Fest…

… In Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, she waited by the stage before stepping up. Her daughter went on first, and to everyone’s surprise started dancing alone to “Working at the Carwash.” Nothing magical, at first. But after 15 seconds in, the room of 350 people caught on and began to dance too.

Halfway through, Sonia joined her daughter on stage, yet she did not utter a word until the dance was over. Charisma wasn’t something that Sonia kept to herself — she used motion to unleash the audiences’ energy in the room, already tapping into their intuition well before they even knew it. And when she finally spoke, it wasn’t a presentation. Sonia Choquette is a storyteller, and she sure has a way of keeping the audience enchanted.

“Your sixth sense is your authentic self,” she believes, and she’s turned it into a global movement of consciousness. “My mission in life is to empower others, help them reconnect to their intuition, free their authentic spirit, and live up to the highest degree of their creative authentic potential as possible. This has been my mission all my life,” she has told The Huffington Post.

Sonia has impacted millions of lives…

Sonia is the author of 19 bestselling books on intuitive awakening and spirituality, including theNew York Times bestseller, The Answer Is Simple. Her work has been published in 37 languages, perhaps making her the most widely read expert on the subject of intuition and tapping into one’s sixth sense. Sonia has been featured on Oprah Radio, ABC, Inc. Magazine and Gaiam TV.

Also a philanthropist, she has set up organizational collaborations with Nurturing Orphans with AIDS for Humanity (NOAH), and has done plenty of charity work and fundraising throughout the United States.

Her gift, although Sonia prefers not to see her guidance as an exclusive form, was not awakened through some momentous discovery. “I realized at a young age that what was natural to me was so much in other people (too),” she expressed in her interview with Mind Body Green. Sonia was about 12 years old when she established her guided path to help others find their authentic selves through intuition. “I have always known the advantages of listening to my inner voice. Never having tuned out my intuition, I have served as an intuitive guide to others worldwide for over 35 years.”

 “With intuition firmly at the helm of your life, you reconnect with the deepest, most authentic truth of your being and remember who you are as God designed and created you to be: perfect, beautiful and whole.” – Sonia Choquette

She later attended the University of Denver and the Sorbonne in Paris, and also holds a doctorate from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. Sonia is also currently a member of the Transformational Leadership Council, and is the host of her own weekly radio show, Six Sensory Living.

“We all must rely on our innate sixth senses in order to make the most authentic, well-informed, healthful and soul-satisfying decisions possible. Working with and strengthening our intuition is becoming more and more fundamental to our ability to live harmoniously with ourselves and others in the new world order,” said Sonia.

In person, Sonia is just like any other woman in love with the simple pleasures and beauties in life. For instance, her love of traveling, dancing, piano, fashion and everything Paris (she visits the city almost every year). But anyone who has met Sonia will agree to this: she radiates an infectiously positive and genuine energy around the people she spends time with, and she gives out that energy in generous surges.

And like most of us, she too has had to deal with pain and loss, during which she turned to her intuition to heal her own self. Sonia insists on sharing her own growth cycles instead of pretending that she’s gotten through it all to get to where she is. In her interview with Huffington Post, Sonia spoke about her recent pilgrimage to Camino de Santiago after losing her father, her brother and her marriage.

“I prayed for a way to embody all that loss and be able to work with it, rather than let it overwhelm me, and that was the guidance that I was given. It was profoundly healing,” she revealed. “Look, everybody is going through this. There’s no exception. There’s no shame, and there’s no judgment. We are all being asked to grow. I think it’s important to be transparent. Our human existence is light and shadow. We have to keep moving towards the light and while addressing our shadows.”

Allowing ourselves to be part of something greater than just our own concerns, according to Sonia, gives us a sense of purpose and meaning that is important to our spirit. Through her work, Sonia empowers others to tune into and develop their intuition because it is natural to everybody. “As soon as you start being honest with yourself, listening to your heart, trusting what you feel, and having the courage to act on it.”

She helps people on how to quickly shift out of psychological and spiritual difficulties with humor and skill so that they can experience a healthier energy flow.

“How open are you to be moved? How open are you with flowing without having to explain to anyone?” Sonia asked the crowd at Awesomeness Fest. “That’s freedom.”

And now, she’s coming back…

We are thrilled to host Sonia Choquette on her exclusive FREE online training Awaken Your Intuition, where Sonia will teach you how to awaken your intuition and reconnect with your true self. Sonia’s tools and techniques can help you become functionally intuitive to solve your problems, instantly get answers to your questions, consistently make the right decisions that serve your highest purpose and accelerate your abundance. Click below to sign up!

Sonia Choquette at NeuroplasticWork

Sonia Choquette at NeuroplasticWork

Work Less And Achieve More

Have you ever found it hard to get to sleep because your brain was stuck on a problem at work? Or realized you can’t relax at home or when you’re out with friends because your head is still at the office?

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All of us think about work outside the workplace, especially if you are lucky enough to have a stimulating and rewarding job. However, a number of studies suggest that around seventy percent of the population think about work matters when not at work, and around a quarter of the working population are troubled by thinking about work issues and these numbers are increasingly all the time.

Why are more and more people finding it difficult to unwind?

Smartphones, tablets and laptops – it’s never been easier to work outside of work. But it’s not just the technology that’s to blame. At a time of economic uncertainty, more people are working longer hours and finish tasks in the evenings just to keep up with work. As we get better connected and more accessible, our jobs – previously something that only occupied us during the working day – have started to dominate all of our time. Today work plays such a large part in our lives that our thoughts, if we aren’t careful, can to drift back to our desks even when we are not physically there.

Why do we need to relax, work less and unwind?

It is clearly important to rest the mind. Successful people work hard but they also recognize that switching off, relaxing and getting away from work, is not a luxury but a necessity. Constantly thinking about work without taking time to relax is very bad for our health and wellbeing long-term.

One study found that people who can’t switch off from work were three times more likely to develop heart disease, largely as they eat more unhealthy sweet snacks to try to regulate their emotions and distract themselves. The inability to unwind from work has also been associated with issues such as anxiety, depression, concentration issues, sleep problems and fatigue. Sleep problems are one of the most common issues for people who can’t switch off from work, and if you can’t get a good night’s sleep because you’re worrying about work, you’re unlikely to be on top form mentally or physically the next day when you really have to get things done.

So what can be done?

It is becoming more and more important to stay ahead of the game. The key to success is not only working hard but also finding time for leisure to escape from work and distract your mind. If you’re tired and worn out, it’s much harder to be productive and enjoy your work, and you’re much more likely to make mistakes. But if you find it difficult to relax outside of work there is a remedy. Here are ten tips you can adopt in order to switch off and relax the mind when not working.

  • At the end of the day develop an unwinding routine to signal the brain that you are leaving work. Wash your coffee mug, and tidy away your work station. Clear the clutter to clear the mind.
  • On the commute home try to unwind by listening to music or playing puzzles. If you drive, listen to the radio.
  • As soon as you enter your house, put away and hide anything to do with work (e.g., clothes, laptops, briefcase, lunch boxes etc.).
  • Find time during the day to give yourself 15-20 minutes just to relax, to let go, to reflect and unwind.
  • Find something outside of work to distract the mind. Develop a hobby that requires you to focus your attention on something else apart from work.
  • Don’t make working during the evening a regular habit. If you have to work during the evening, don’t work too late and set yourself a time limit and stop.
  • Make time to socialize with family and friends. When socializing make it a habit not to check emails or send work related texts.
  • Plan and take regular mini breaks and holidays. An estimated forty percent of workers don’t take their full holiday entitlement.
  • Try to exercise and eat healthy.
  • Don’t take on too much at work and don’t be embarrassed to say no to work.

Some jobs are inherently more demanding and mentally taxing than others. As we move away from a manufacturing to a knowledge economy, learning to flick the off switch is become an increasingly essential skill for survival. We need balance in our lives. Remember all work and no play made Jack a dull boy. If we don’t find time and learn to switch off, we are all in danger of burning out before we’ve even reached our best.

Richard Branson

Source: Virgin.com

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