How to Develop a Winning Attitude

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How to Develop a Winning Attitude

"Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is the probable reason why so few engage in it."   -Henry Ford

Man's ability over all other creatures on this Earth is the ability to think.  All successful people use this talent to improve their lives and control their own destiny.  Only you can take the initial step toward the unleashing of the power within your own mind.  The power is awesome and at times can be frightening.  However, man has abilities of the mind that many people can not or would not believe.  Anthony Robbins has recently written a book entitled "Unlimited Power" which explains in simple terms the theories of Neuro Linguistic Programming, the power of the mind and how to gain control and use it.  NLP was originally developed by John Grinder and Richard Bandler as a communication  system using the central nervous system.  Through this system Mr. Robbins has put forth a complete outline on how to unleash your "performance power" and achieve goals that before you probably felt were impossible. The first step in using your true mental abilities is understanding what Mr. Robbins refers to as the seven triggering mechanisms that is sure success.

1. Passion - All truly successful people such as Lee Iacocca have a driving force within them that sets them apart from others.   A desire, an energy that gives them the fuel to reach their true potential.  This force is a part of them 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  It never subsides.  Their total existence is sustained for the fulfillment of their goals.  The passion within this individual to achieve has been so deeply implanted, that their mental power is driven by this force and will not let them do anything other than achieve.

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