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Old 07-03-2012, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default Dancing in the Dark

You are going to have to "want it" on the inside "enough", and apply "enough of you", to get you want accomplished. And, this "will and application on the inside" can overcome any obstacle that is laid before it, and you have to "believe it" before you can "achieve it".

And, when you do, you will no longer be: "dancing in the dark".

Too many Dance in the Dark.

Do not fall victim to "internal blindness"

The passion on the inside always shows the lighted path. Do more than listen to it. Feel it. Embrace it. It will not steer you wrong.

The base of the light is: Education.

The stem of the light: Is using the basics of education molded to yourself--with wisdom.

The fuel that provides the bright light: The stem and base is fed through the passion of the heart.

Realize you have the power, Mabers.

Personal Goal Phobia: means being not able to fire on all cylinders, and bringing bad fuel economy.

Tune up your inner-being; improve your fuel economy.

And, you do this with education within diet and fitness and apply what you know about yourself, and psyching out the disease causing build up within your inner-engine.


Mind, body, and soul: Your heart can feel everything as you allow the emotions to roam and form a bound around your personal dreams and goals.



Best wishes

Chillen
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I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I have to be more specific

(Lily Tomlin)


Chillen within interpretation:

It’s great to have goals. Everyone should make some. However, are your goals detailed enough for you to realistically reach them? For many goals, you have to plan a progression of steps necessary for achievement. Wanting to lose 20 pounds could be an excellent goal, but how are you going to achieve it? Better diet, exercise, sleep? Say you want to run a 5K for the first time. It is not just going to happen overnight. You have to chart a list of stages required to get into this kind of shape. Track your goals. Write them down. Look at them often. Most importantly, hold yourself accountable.
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Last edited by Chillen; 07-03-2012 at 08:51 PM.
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