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Ability #1878

Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.

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Thanks to: Tania - USA. - rec.:Aug 13, 2003 - pub.:Aug 22, 2003 - sent.:Oct 15, 2013
Write it Down #294

If you want to improve your memory try writing down all your worries. Researchers have speculated that the cathartic act of writing down your feelings may free up cognitive resources in your brain. The physical act of writing down your worries frees your mind from avoiding thoughts about them. Hence, your mental energies that were devoted to avoidance are now free for other tasks, such as building up your memory skills.

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Thanks to: Becky Ott - Louisville - USA. - rec.:May 18, 2002 - pub.:May 19, 2002 - sent.:Nov 13, 2017
Daydreaming #168

Sometimes we allow our comfort zone to control our imagination, which may creatively be used against us. We relive our terrors, the justified fears, the guilt and shamefulness, which holds us to the past. Give yourself the freedom to dream without staying within your comfort zone. Try projecting your dreams into an optimistic future in place of your comfort zone’s fear of failure. An optimistic image of the future not only shows us how to get there, but it draws us to it, drawing us towards our dreams (outside the comfort zone), like a magnet.

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Thanks to: Jenny Price - Tulsa - USA. - rec.:May 9, 2002 - pub.:May 11, 2002 - sent.:Oct 7, 2017
Expectation and Disapointment #530

When you realize your expectations are selfish, then you'll know whom to blame your disappointments on.

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Thanks to: R Fulfer - Fort Worth - USA. - rec.:Jul 25, 2002 - pub.:Aug 16, 2002 - sent.:Jun 23, 2017
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