Baby Boomers have never been satisfied with the status quo, and I don’t believe aging is going to change that attitude. We want to stay young, healthy and energetic for as long as possible. I happen to agree with that mindset – if you are not growing and expanding, you are dying.
This website is dedicated to exploring how our thoughts influence our longevity and health, circumstances and overall well being – for good or bad. I transformed my health and my life, and I want to share my knowledge with others. You can read my story and more of my thoughts by clicking on the “About” tab above. I hope you visit this site often and share your comments and experiences.
In keeping with this philosophy, I have become a certified “Thinking Into Results” professional working with Bob Proctor to help you create the desired results you have always wanted.
How is this program different? There are many wonderful personal growth books, speakers, seminars, videos, etc available and they all can make you feel good and make a difference – at least for a while. This is the only program that I have found that actually shows you what is holding you back and how to change it PERMANENTLY!
For you to achieve something very, very big requires no more energy as for something very, very small. Through the “Thinking Into Results” program I facilitate, I am going to show you how to do this now and forever.
Click on the “Thinking Into Results” tab at the top for more information.
In 1979, a young woman named Mary sought the help of psychologist Roger Callahan to overcome a severe water phobia. Mary’s level of fear was so great that she was unable to even bathe her two young children. After a year of working with traditional therapies, Mary was able to sit on the side of the pool with her feet dangling in the water, but each time she did this exercise she would leave the session with an excruciating headache. Callahan had used every conventional therapy he knew, so he decided to try something different and a little strange looking, and within minutes Mary was “cured” and still to this day has no fear of water. Continue reading →
Have you ever heard a version of this before: “You should be satisfied with what you’ve got.”
I’m here to tell you that it’s not true! It’s dissatisfaction that can cause you to grow and become more. However, let’s be clear about 2 things: 1) you should always be grateful for what you do have – only through gratitude can you receive more of the good you want; and, 2) dissatisfaction does not mean complaining – complainers only get more of what they don’t want! But, no matter how great you think your life is in any area, better is always available. Continue reading →
An old Cherokee told his grandson, “My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies and ego. The other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, and truth”.
The boy thought about it and asked, “Grandfather, which wolf wins”?
For months I worked with a group of high school classmates to plan our 45th class reunion. Since the event number ended in a “5” it was scaled down somewhat from the gatherings that commemorate the years ending in “o” – especially compared to the next event, the unmentionable 50th! Continue reading →
“There are many people who, consciously or unconsciously, set the creative forces in action by the strength and persistence of their desires. However, they remain poor because they do not provide for the reception of the thing they want when it comes. By thought, the thing you want is brought to you. By action, you receive it”. ~ Wallace Wattles, The Science of Getting Rich
To stay healthy and young you must take control by making the decision and taking action! Here is a Tony Robbins video – actually, more of an audio – where he enlightens us on the subject of “Take Action”
Anyone who knows me can tell you that I exercise on a fairly regular basis. Most of the time I put on some rock ‘n roll music and dance around my living room. Although disco is not one of my favorite music selections, it can be great for exercise because it has a steady, constant beat that keeps you moving. A little Tina Turner, a little Donna Summer and my heart rate is soon up in my target, fat-burning zone! But if making a fool of yourself, even in the privacy of your own living room, isn’t for you, there’s an endless variety of choices. Continue reading →
How often have we responded to the question “What are you doing?” with” I’m just wasting some time before . . . ” or “I’m just killing time while I wait on . . . “ ? We say these words without hesitation or thinking, yet time is not a renewable resource and once it is gone it can never be reclaimed.
A week ago today I attended the memorial service for a client of almost 15 years. I did not know her very well, but when our paths did cross she was always kind, vivacious and funny. She always seemed to be in good health, in fact, if I was concerned about anyone it was her husband who has been in and out of the hospital several times during the past two years and we thought we were going to lose more than once. As it happened, he was in the hospital again and had not heard from his wife and could not reach her by phone, so he called a neighbor and asked him to check on her. The neighbor found her unconscious on the floor and she passed away a few days later. Everyone was shocked because we always knew he would go before her!
The evening of the service I opened an email I had received from Bob Proctor a few days before, and there was this video. It just seemed appropriate.
What value do you place on your time? Use every minute wisely.
"What lies before you and what lies behind you are tiny matters compared to what lies within you"
"This great dream, this serging dynamic thing, invisible to all the world except to the person who holds it, is responsible for every great advance of man."
"The body is the servant of the mind. It obeys the operations of the mind, whether they be deliberately chosen or automatically expressed. At the bidding of unlawful thoughts the body sinks rapidly into disease and decay; at the command of glad and beautiful thoughts it becomes clothed with youthfulness and beauty." ~ As A Man Thinketh
"If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves"
"People do not resist change when it is their choice. People resist being changed."