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Reinforce Your Friendships, Cull Your ToXiCs Part 2 of 2

Reinforce Your Friendships, Cull Your ToXiCs Part 2 of 2 If the Toxic feeds your mind with poisons (telling you that you ‘can’t’ possibly succeed in your resolution to change or do something different), those thoughts can embed and become part of your reality, especially at an unconscious level. ‘Oh,’ you think, as you look […]

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Reinforce Your Friendships, Cull Your ToXiCs Part 1 of 2

Reinforce Your Friendships, Cull Your ToXiCs Part 1 of 2 New Year, new life, new opportunity, resolutions, getting better, stronger, fitter, happier, sexier, richer. Take your pick. Life’s a smorgasbord of opportunity if you approach it the right way – fill your boots with new experiences and give your brain a neuroplastic workout at the […]

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Thought Crime 2017 – Choosing the Right Thoughts – Part 2 of 2

Thought Crime 2017 – Choosing the Right Thoughts – Part 2 of 2 Why does this matter? Well, your thoughts are one of the many important determinants of how you experience your life. They’re part of your ecosystem, your daily mental habitat, like the books you read, movies you enjoy, songs you listen to, people […]

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Thought Crime 2017 – Choosing the Right Thoughts Part 1

Thought Crime 2017 – Choosing the Right Thoughts Part 1 How many thoughts do you have per day? Have you ever considered the matter? Think about it. But not for too long. Estimates on the web vary, from between 20,000 to 70,000. Napoleon Hill put the number at 50,000. Deepak Chopra apparently said between 60,000 […]

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ToXiC Wetware 3 of 3

ToXiC Wetware 3 of 3 They literally exhibit the wetware concept. This doesn’t refer to a senile and incontinent Toxic’s undergarments, but the idea that human brain cells or thought processes can be regarded as analogous to a computer system. These subroutines are one of the key ways to identify a Toxic and help you […]

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ToXiC Wetware Part 2 of 3

ToXiC Wetware Part 2 of 3 If you’re astute, you notice that certain people around you prefer you to remain the same and feel uncomfortable with any changes that you make. They say and do things that makes it obvious that they’re trying to reinforce who they think or what they want you to be, […]

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ToXiC Wetware Part 1 of 3

ToXiC Wetware Part 1 of 3 Imagine you are fortunate enough to be given a Bengal kitten, a top-flight expensive feline with an illustrious pedigree and exceptional rosettes. You name her Ayesha, after ‘she who must be obeyed’ in the Rider-Haggard novel, to denote her high status and haughty demeanour. As she’s settling in, exploring […]

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The Pros & Cons of Positive Bias Part 4 of 4

The Pros & Cons of Positive Bias Part 4 of 4 As promised I am now going to focus on some of the major benefits of cultivating a healthy dose of positive bias. For a start focusing on our loved (or even not so loved one’s) better points helps strengthen our relationships with them rather […]

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The Pros & Cons of Positive Bias Part 3 of 4

The Pros & Cons of Positive Bias Part 3 of 4 In order to overcome positive bias, the world should focus on a different approach to the situation. One example might be to change the way you ask a question or approach a specific subject. If you ask a question and find the answer to […]

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The Pros & Cons of Positive Bias Part 2 of 4

The Pros & Cons of Positive Bias Part 2 of 4 Our positive bias can mess with our our heads when it comes to weighing up a series of options. If we are too keen on a particular course of action we may gather plenty of evidence in support of that action while ignoring evidence that […]

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