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How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 4.

How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 4. Methodology, Techniques and Tools Programming the subconscious is key to achieving what we want. Here are some tools to use in the following order: Active Meditation and Goal Setting Meditation is the key to many things – increased health and vitality, relaxation, […]

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How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 3.

How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 3. A New Approach to Goal Setting Many personal development programmes talk about a five or ten year strategic plan. This starts with a glorious premise about deciding on the sort of life we want to live, who we are, setting goals and […]

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How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 2.

How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 2. Why Now Is The Best Time To Change If we don’t do it now or start soon, we may always continue to find reasons not to. The world is full of exciting opportunities and the sooner we start, the sooner we will […]

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How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 1.

How To Make Positive & Long Lasting Changes To Your Life. Part 1. One of the main reasons we undertake personal development is to change ourselves into something we perceive may be better. If we decide to change, people who prefer seeing us in the ‘old’ way may become resentful. The more successful we become, […]

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How to Deal With People Who Play The Blame Game – Part 2

How to Deal With People Who Play The Blame Game – Part 2 Here are the steps mentioned in my previous post on dealing with people who play the blame game. The first step needs to be taken is to listen to the point of view of the person who is playing the blame game. […]

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How to Deal With People Who Play The Blame Game – Part 1

How to Deal With People Who Play The Blame Game – Part 1 It is extremely wearing to live with or work with someone who insists on playing the blame. Most of us will admit when we are at fault and will accept the blame when it is right for us to do so. Sometimes […]

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New Year, New You. Birthday Resolutions for Gemini

New Year, New You. Birthday Resolutions for Gemini Astrologically the best time to make your New Year’s Resolutions isn’t New Year’s Day as many of us understand it. It is our own New Year’s Day; the day when the Sun returns to the place that it was at the time of our birth otherwise known […]

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How To Stop Yourself Playing The Blame Game – Part 4

How To Stop Yourself Playing The Blame Game – Part 4 There are a number of steps that you can follow in order to stop playing the blame game and becoming more powerful and confident. Always be accountable and stop blaming others for your situations Take a good look at what exactly works for you […]

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How To Stop Yourself Playing The Blame Game – Part 3

How To Stop Yourself Playing The Blame Game – Part 3 It is important that you differentiate the difference between responsibility and blame. If someone has hurt you then, you cannot take the blame because you are not at fault. If your parents were awful to you during your childhood and left you feeling useless […]

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How To Stop Yourself Playing The Blame Game – Part 1

How To Stop Yourself Playing The Blame Game Although it may seem easier to blame someone else when things go wrong it is not always the best course of action. In fact it usually isn’t the best course of action. Why? Well, for a start playing the blame game always wastes a lot of time […]

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