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Exploring the Positive Side

Always see the positive side seems very simple and obvious, and No you? But not so in practice we tend to do otherwise. Barnun PT, was a brilliant businessman. Innate circus and publicist. Expert in prosperity. Barnun There is a story that illustrates very well what I want to convey here.

Barnum sent a telegram to the owner of the circus that was their competition by offering to buy one of their elephants. His rivals used the telegram Barnun as advertising piece with the message “this is what Barnun think of our elephants.” For any business this fact would have been a disaster and would surely have turned on strong competition for this business. Instead Barnun blow saw this as a chance to grow. It was thus made a date with your competition in a business meeting and that talk led to the company Barnum & Bailey Circus. As if this were not enough, note that Barnun got his name was first! yTe see? Everything that happens has a positive side. And if you do not, there is a way take advantage, take advantage of what happened and give a twist to make it for us.

People who see the positives tend naturally to exceptional results in their lives. What happens is that since we are accustomed to small too much into the falls and the inconvenience and that mentality is the least conducive to finding solutions and outputs that we generate a profit of some kind. The anguish and despair and do not allow you to block a possible solution that comes to you, you can be on your nose and do not see it because the feeling negative before you put a thick fog. This also applies to face in a way of rewarding those behaviors can affect others. Before you react, answer or reply give yourself the opportunity to measure the extent of your actions and your words, to get in place of another person, to assess whether you take in something positive action you are about to undertake . I assure you that if you got these questions before reacting angrily most often not “Throw any stone,” because you know beyond all doubt that you also lose out. The feeling of rage or anger is a mist that does not allow you to see clearly. I propose an exercise that I put into practice since I read the story told by Joe Vitale Barnun. With this exercise, the mist will fade and you will see more clearly all the pieces of the puzzle. This is the exercise: Every time something bad happens to you, no, every time you stumble or things do not go as expected, is most effective ask yourself if you do it aloud: yComo I can turn this into something positive? O yComo I find the positive side to this? That simple question will open the door to enter a state of mind open and receptive. Join one of these questions from the conviction that it can find the positive side. It is amazing how a simple question automatically connects you with a universal source of wisdom and answers. And I play this theme, have the conviction that every human being has universal access to this source, the only thing to do is invoke and ask for answers. Eliana THE *** This provision corresponds to section 8. ebook “Eight behaviors that will take you to success and prosperity,” you get for your free newsletter subscription ***.


Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 News Comments Off on Exploring the Positive Side

Down Home Southern Cooking

The dishes were piled with what can only be described as” Down Home Southern Cooking. “And the diners what? A quick glance around the room told me that this establishment attracted customers from all walks of life. At this time, however, they all had one thing in common – the serious business of eating. Meanwhile The aroma was to make the mouth water. So I turned my attention at last last of the line.

When I have my turn? About 15 minutes later we went to the next room. It was there I discovered that the front of the line ends in the door between the room and yet storeroom. Both rooms had two rows of houses on both sides. I did not count, but my estimate is about six on each side of the room, with about 24 booths in total. Could sit four to a cabin. I looked around for a hostess, there was none. Then I began to understand the system, waiting in line with his party, and when someone got out of one of these boxes, just went and sat down. Period.

The waitress appeared at our table almost instantly, cleaned the dishes from the previous diners, wiped the table and took our drink orders. Actually, what he said was: “Tea?” And you’re an idiot if anything else. It is important to note here that if for tea anywhere in the Deep South, is understood to ice cream is sweet. If you want it otherwise, it is better to say that. Time to exit the menu. It was at that moment I realized that the City Cafe operates five days a week only – Monday to Friday. The lunch menu was the choice of main course and / or vegetables that you choose in the list for that day of the week. The price of food was determined by the number of vegetables and dishes you have chosen. This was on Tuesday, including my choice of fried green tomatoes. Who was I to happen? Beef tips with rice and steamed squash finished my meal, but it could have chosen from a dozen other tempting selections. It was hard to miss the fried okra and steamed cabbage (my daughter chose cabbage with chicken fried steak), but I was happy with my food. Dinner rolls and cornbread, of course, always the case. And tea? Try to drink to the bottom of the cup – not going to happen at City Cafe. It is the work of another person for sure. The price for our food? I spent $ 10.75 – $ 3.00, but that was a suggestion. No joke. She and I had eaten at a restaurant chain known last night and the tip to the meal was the same as the price of flour Cafe in the city itself. Guess which one I like best?

Saturday, January 15th, 2011 News Comments Off on Down Home Southern Cooking