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Friday, March 31, 2006

Habit busting - A review

Habit Busting- A review

How many of you deal with behaviors that control your life everyday?I for one am one of them. So is 99% of the human race. Humans by nature are prone to habits such as nail biting, smoking, procrastination, lying and many many more habits that control us subconsciously every minute of everyday.

Ask a smoker if they would be willing to stop smoking for 1 day or not eat.Most likely they will tell you. "I won't eat as long as I have my cigarettes". A smoker actually plans their day around smoking. When are they going to be able to have a cigarette.

This is the same with many habits. Nail biting is often done subconsciously. The persondoesn't even realize they are doing it. It just happens. Fortunately there is help. I founda program that guarantees that you can break any habit in 21 days or less. It is written by professional personal coach Lee Milteer. Called "Habit Busting - A 21 Day program".Lee is world renown for her work with many top CEO's from mega companies suchas Disney, AT&T, IBM and Ford. These CEO's have learned to break their bad habitsand replace them with good productive habits.

With me I would chew my nails to the point where they would hurt and bleed. It was trerrible!It hurt to even pick up something. I was embarrass to shake someone's hand. Afraid of what they would think. After many attempts to stop. Using nasty tasting creams, wearing gloves and what ever else you can imagine to try to stop biting my nails. Nothing worked!! Until I foundLee's habit busting program. Her program included several audio cd's that you can listento almost anywhere. Along with the audio is included a workbook which helps you comprehend and remember what she tells you in the audio. The cd's are very well done. Nice and clear and easy to understand. She goes though every step needed to break your habits including a detailed Action Plan, containing information on things like:

The #1 most critical step to success

  • How many times your subconscious mind must hear new material to learn and integrate it into your existing belief system
  • How and when to reward yourself for more effective results
  • Why mistakes are natural, inevitable and critical to the process
  • How to leave the past in the past; the past doen't equal the future
  • The difference between life giving and life removing habits
  • How to take inventory of your life giving and life removing habits
  • What is the root of procrastination and how to overcome it
  • Why you and almost everyone you know is programmed to fail and what to do about it
  • How to use your mental, physical, emotional and spiritual energy most effectively to achieve your goals
  • How the law of inertia has prevented you from breaking bad habits in the past
  • The foundation of all bad habits and how to overcome it
  • Why will-power isn't enough to break bad habits
  • What is the right support system and how to create it
  • How to engage in a healthy catharsis of your negative thoughts and feelings
  • How to take advantage of being a self-fulfilling prophecy
  • Why visualization isn't just fru-fru hullabaloo

    ... plus much more!

    The great thing is if you miss a point or feel that you need more reinforcement you can listen to the cd's has much as needed.

    If you really want to break your habits I really recommend "Habit Busting - A 21 Day Program"by lee Milteer. Give it a shot you will not be disappointed. You can get your copy at http://www.breakyourhabits.com

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Setting Goals to Create Positive Habits.

Break your habits

In this lesson, you have steps 13 and 14 of
Lee Milteer's 14 "How To's" of Setting Goals to Create Positive
Habits.

These are the final two of the 14 tips in this e-course.


STEP 13
Review your goals monthly. The first day of the month is the perfect
time to set up a ritual goal-reviewing. This should be the time that
you can be honest with yourself on what goals you are really committed
to and how you can improve your strategies. You must also be honest
with yourself on what goals are only paper dreams if you aren't really
going to pay the price to achieve them.


STEP 14
Have persistence. Persistence is the real key to successful goal
achievement. Don't allow yourself to become distracted with excuses
about why things can't be done. Excuses are the enemies of goal
achievement.

I hope you were able to try out the 14 steps sent over the past few
days. If not, please take some time to do so. You might just
surprise yourself.

If you found the e-course useful, please remember that these 14 Steps
are covered fully in Lee Milteer's Course "Habit Busting: A 21 Day
Program to Break Any Habit"

The full Program consists of 4 Audio CDs and a digital
CD-ROM containing a bonus MP3 Personal Coaching Program and
the complete Workbook (PDF). The Program comes with a "No
Questions Asked" guarantee. The only thing you risk losing
is a bad habit or two.

Your copy is waiting.
Click here to download your copy of this amazing habits busting program!

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Setting Goals to Create Positive Habits

Positive habits

In this lesson, you have steps 11 and 12 of
Lee Milteer's 14 "How To's" of Setting goals to create Positive Habits

STEP 11
Make your goals realistic and congruent. You have to make your goals
attainable or you will give up on them. Don't set unrealistic goals
for yourself if you know in your heart you're not willing to pay the
price for achieving them. Setting yourself up for failure will only
cause frustration and cause you to lose confidence in yourself.
(Example: Do not set yourself up for failure by trying to
lose weight on your vacation or by trying to lose 20 pounds in
one month.)

STEP 12
Keep your goals to yourself. If you are excited and charged up about
your dreams, you'll want to share this information. Don't -- too
often you'll hear how everyone else has failed while trying what
you want to do. Their negative energy and opinions will sabotage your
enthusiasm and faith in your abilities.

In our culture we are given the subtle message that "other" people
are smarter than we are. If you share your dreams with people who
are not part of your support system, they will undermine your
confidence,
so keep your own council. Keep your dreams to yourself so you do not
scatter your creative energy. Tell your dreams only to people who
support
you, are happy for you, and believe in your abilities.

List the people in your support group:

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________


That's all for now ... Remember that these 14 Steps are covered
fully in Lee Milteer's Course "Habit Busting: A 21 Day Program
to Break Any Habit"

Friday, March 24, 2006

Habits and goals go hand and hand

Habit busting secrets

In this lesson, you'll find steps 9 and 10 of
Lee Milteer's 14 "How To's" of Setting Goals to Create Positive
Habits.

If you've been applying the suggestions of steps 1 thru 8,
you are well on your way to understanding the power of using
your subconscious mind to create new positive habits.

STEP 9
Write your goals as if they have already occurred. Try writing,
"I now weigh ______," rather than "I want to weigh ______."
This allows your subconscious mind to see the end result.


STEP 10
Develop confidence in yourself and your abilities. Stay "sold on
yourself." Listen to motivational CDs and tapes daily in your car.
Do your declarations daily, and control your self-talk. Tackle every
activity without giving any recognition to the possibility of defeat.
Focus on your strengths instead of your weaknesses. Recognize and
honor your personal point of power found in this moment. Develop a
determination to follow through on your goals regardless of obstacles,
circumstances, or criticism.


That's all for now ... Remember that these 14 Steps are covered
fully in Lee Milteer's Course "Habit Busting: A 21 Day Program
to Break Any Habit"


Wnat to no more Habit busting secrets go to www.breakyourhabits.com

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Methods To Relieve Stess

By Gray Rollins

Jane, a working mother, often feels tense. She feels she has too much to do. At the end of the day, she is drained and frazzled. She feels as if she is being pulled from all sides. Consequently, she cannot meet the demands of her job or her family. She gets irritated over insignificant things and has intense emotional outbursts. Lately, she cannot sleep at night, does not feel hungry, and feels exhausted all the time. Jane is under stress.



Many people who are under stress do not know what the effects of stress are and how it feels. The following are some key stress indicators:



- Irritability and nervousness

- Sleep disturbances

- Poor concentration and low memory retention

- Anger and tantrums

- Anti social behavior, sometimes bordering on the violent

- Alcohol or drug abuse

- Emotional outbursts



Constant stress will trigger physical ailments. When a person is stressed, the body responds by increasing the heart rate. The blood pressure rises because of a need to pump more blood into the brain. Blood is drained from the intestines and shunted to the arms and the legs (protection and attack instinct). Blood clotting takes place more quickly (body’s protective instinct).



While stress is present everywhere these days, about 10% of the population suffers from chronic stress. If left untreated, this can cause extensive damage to a person’s physical as well as mental well-being.



Stress CAN be relieved. There ARE ways in which one can drain out this poisonous matter from the body.



Methods to relieve stress:



Do it willfully and enjoy the satisfaction. Multitasking is all very well, but it's more for computers than man. Pay attention to the task at hand. Finish it and then go on to the next task.

Plan your day. Keep a timetable. If you are a working mom, there are deadlines to be met, brownie meets, and coaching sessions; not to mention cooking, cleaning and washing. Yes, that’s a lot of things to do. So, split the load. Fix a time for a task and pat yourself on the back when you finish each task.



Don’t rush through your meals, no matter how important that meeting is. Take the time to quiet your mind and relax when you do this all-important activity. Find pleasure in eating.



Keep your thoughts positive, ALWAYS. Focus on the good side of things. Meditation, Yoga, or Tai Chi will greatly help to calm your troubled mind. During the day, notice your body. If you notice tension in your body, release it. Breathe deep and stretch any of the tense areas.



Get some exercise. Jog, run, play, swim - just release those cramped muscles and let your heart beat faster and stronger.



You are only as good as the things you put in you body. Avoid sugary foods, fast food and fried stuff. Take in a lot of fiber and complex carbs. Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables make you feel good.



Remember that proverb," All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy?” Find some things that you enjoy and make time for them. Read that book; go for a walk; or listen to music. The important thing is to find some time for you.



Lastly, be gentle with yourself. It is natural to fall back into stressful habits from time to time. If you do, simply notice this change and don’t get judgmental. Move back to the stress reduction techniques.



About the Author: Gray Rollins is a featured writer for AboutStressRelief.com. For more stress relief ideas and to view our yoga stress relief videos, visit our site.

Monday, March 20, 2006

"How Tos" of Setting Goals to Create Positive Habits.

STEP 7.
Break down the activities for each goal into 3 month groups

Ask yourself "What are the activities I must do in the first
three months to achieve my goal?" Write those down.

Then think about the activities you'll need to follow up in
the following three months. By breaking down the goals into
manageable, bite-size pieces, you'll feel more in control.

The secret is that this divide-and-conquer approach keeps
achieving your goals from becoming overwhelmingly complicated.

STEP 8.
Make YOUR goals YOURS.

Time for a reality check. Don't set a goal for yourself that
your spouse (or anyone else for that matter) wants for you.

Please revise your current goals to ensure they REALLY meet
YOUR needs, not someone else's desires for you. You will never
be successful achieving goals that are not motivated by your
own desires.

Moreover, don't compare your goals with other people's goals -
you'll always come up short. The reality is that we usually
compare our worst traits with someone else's best traits and
we can never win that way.

Let's recap these 8 goal setting steps...

* Step 1. Set realistic and obtainable habits you want to
create with your life energy.
* Step 2. Crystallize your thinking. Determine what *specific*
goals you want to achieve.
* Step 3. Develop a sincere desire for the things you want.
* Step 4. Develop a plan for achieving your goal, and a
deadline for its attainment.
* Step 5. Distinguish between goals and activities.
* Step 6. Create deadlines for your goals.

More tomorrow.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Distinguish between goals and activities. the key to changing your Habits!

I missed a day yesterday so I'm including the next 2 steps to busting habits.
They both deal with the extreme role of goals and how goals are extremely important in everything we do from our personal life to business success!


STEP 5
Distinguish between goals and activities. A goal is the specific end
result you want to manifest in your life. Activities are those things
you do to achieve your goals. Use the skill of awareness, and remember
the goal. Don't get stuck in the activities.

STEP 6
Create deadlines for your goals. Without deadlines your brain doesn't
have a clear picture of what you want created. Deadlines have a magical
way of motivating us to produce results.

First write your one-year goals on paper, then write down all the
activities you will have to do to reach your goal. Ask yourself these
questions: What is the very first activity I must do to get started
on this goal?

1. __________________________________________________________

2. __________________________________________________________

3. __________________________________________________________

4. __________________________________________________________


That's all for now ... Remember that these 14 Steps are covered
fully in Lee Milteer's Course "Habit Busting: A 21 Day Program
to Break Any Habit"

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Develop a plan for achieving your goal

STEP 4.
Set a deadline for its attainment. The difference between a
"wish" and a "goal" is that the goal is written down.
Once you have a clear pictureof what you want in life,
your subconscious and conscious mind can work together to achieve it.

When you prioritize and focus you can literally see what you
want; this gives you the power of concentration. Deliberate
concentration is like a laser beam - it can cut through any
obstacles in your path.

That's all for now... Remember that these 14 Steps and much,
much more are covered fully in Lee Milteer's Course "Habit
Busting: A 21 Day Program to Break Any Habit"

Monday, March 13, 2006

Develop a sincere desire for the things you want.

STEP 3
Desire is the starting point for all achievement. It's the greatest motivator of every human action. Frequently, your mind is more motivated by pictures and
visualization than it is with words and written exercises. The right
side of your brain is where your creativity comes from, and it thrives
on pictures.

Many times the right side of your brain takes precedence over
the left side, which thrives on words. In the past, you may have just
written words down to reach your goals. Add this new dimension to your
process.

Draw, cut out pictures, or take photographs of what you want in life.
Put pictures up on your refrigerator, your bathroom mirror, or any
place that will remind your subconscious mind of your desires to reinforce
your goal. Every thought you have uses electrical energy to imprint a
new picture in your subconscious mind. The efforts of your subconscious
mind are to match the pictures in your mind with reality.

The more you deliberately plant pictures of what you want, the faster
you will attract it into your life. It's very important that you allow
yourself to fantasize about what you want in your life -- let your
imagination run wild! To achieve what it is you want in life, you must
think about it. There are no limits except those we put on ourselves.
This is your life and you will be cheating yourself if you don't go for
what you want! You must feel your success before you can manifest it
in reality.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Crystallize your thinking.

STEP 2.
Determine what specific goals
you want to achieve.

What habits are you letting go?
What habits are you creating in place of the old ones?

Your goals need to be specific, measurable, and realistic.

To do this you'll have to avoid nebulous thinking, such as "I
want to lose weight." What does that really mean? For your
subconscious mind to be able to serve you it must receive very
specific directions.

That's all for now... Remember that these 14 Steps are covered
fully in Lee Milteer's Course "Habit Busting: A 21 Day Program
to Break Any Habit"

Friday, March 10, 2006

It takes about 14 steps to break any habit, Do you know what they are?

One thing I will tell you is that habits are much easier to pick up then they are
to break. Many people all over the world try and try to rid them selves of the habits which keep them hostage.

The truth is that they all can be broken. That's right they can be! You just need to know what is needed to be done in order to help you along way. Fortunatly, I'm going to ahare them with you over the next 14 days or so. Plus give you other little tid bits to help you along the way. If anyone has any questions along the way feel free to ask.

Well let's get started!

Step 1.
The first step in breaking old habits is deciding what new
habits you want to create with your life energy. Start asking
yourself these questions and writing them down in a journal:

* What do you want your life to look like?
* What habits do you need to eliminate?
* What positive habits do you need to develop to make your
life look like you want it to look?

These desires must be realistic and obtainable. What is your
intuition telling you about what you should be doing?

Listening to your intuition is one of the most intelligent
things you can ever do with your life energy. Your intuition
always guides you in the direction that is perfect for you. It
is that small voice that is not affected by egos, past
failures, or other people's opinions. It is your inner guiding
light.

In your journal, keep notes on what your intuition tells you
about the strategies and the resources that might empower you.

Keeping a journal is the easiest way to keep track of your thoughts
and progress. So I highly recommend you start one. Nothing expensive
a few pieces of blank paper from your printer will do!

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Develop a sincere desire for the things you want.

Desire is the starting point for all achievement. It's the
greatest motivator of every human action.

Frequently, your mind is more motivated by pictures and
visualization than it is with words and written exercises. The
right side of your brain is where your creativity comes from,
and it thrives on pictures. Many times the right side of your
brain takes precedence over the left side, which thrives on
words. In the past, you may have just written words down to
reach your goals. Add this new dimension to your process.

Draw, cut out pictures, or take photographs of what you want
in life. Put pictures up on your refrigerator, your bathroom
mirror, or any place that will remind your subconscious mind
of your desires to reinforce your goal.

Every thought you have uses electrical energy to imprint a new
picture in your subconscious mind. The efforts of your
subconscious mind are to match the pictures in your mind with
reality.

The more you deliberately plant pictures of what you want, the
faster you will attract it into your life. It's very important
that you allow yourself to fantasize about what you want in
your life - let your imagination run wild!

To achieve what it is you want in life, you must think about
it. There are no limits except those we put on ourselves. This
is your life and you will be cheating yourself if you don't go
for what you want! You must feel your success before you can
manifest it in reality.

Seth Francis

Learn the secrets to breaking all your habits once and for all!
Visit http://breakyourhabits.com to learn how!

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Controlling your self thoughts is key to breaking your worst Habits!

One of the strongest reasons people are unable to break their negative habits is because
they spend most of their time reinforcing their belief that they cannot break their
habits. They have created labels for themselves that they reinforce with their self-talk.
Some people label themselves with things like: I am a heavy person. I am a smoker. I
am a nervous person. I have a bad temper. I am always late. I am a gambler. I am a bad
speller. I am lazy. I bite my nails.
These types of statements are all negative reinforcements that only create a picture for
yourself with the habit, instead of creating the new image you want in your life.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Understanding Habits

"Need help to overcome and stop a bad habit such as smoking or watching too much TV? To be successful you need to understand how to go about it properly. Will power alone is simply not enough. You need to understand some basic principles, which when followed, will lead to success. So, if you want to renovate yourself, to let your greatness shine through and become the person you were meant to be.

Life without habits, Nothing holding you down will let yourself live free.

Listen to what professional personal coach Lee Milteer says about breaking habits at http://www.breakyourhabits.com

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Little blurb about life!

An ordered life is one of the most assured methods ofself-improvement. The saying "tidy desk - tidy mind" is alsocertainly true but only a small part of it. It is importantthat you order your life in such a manner that allows you to doeverything you need to, when you need to do it. You should alsobe able to effectively ensure that you become happier and morecontent as well as progress with your career, make new friendsand anything else you want in life.

Stress and your habits!!

I want to share with you some information about something that everyone

of us feels everyday. Something that will control your life from the way

we sleep to how we act everyday.


What am I talking about? STRESS!


Amazingly, there are still a number of people who are unaware

that they're already stressed out and need relief from it as

soon as possible. Or rather, there are some who refuse to

acknowledge that they badly need relief from stress.



If you're unsure about this as well, let us give you some

examples of symptoms that are commonly associated with stress:



Workaholics who make overtime work seem like a regular part of

the job are usually bothered with insomnia and muscle aches

because they've upset their biological clock and they have no

time at all for badly needed exercise. If this describes you,

then yes, you are already experiencing stress and you need

relief from it right away.



Workaholics who have high paying but demanding and high

pressure jobs always have to be on the go and prepared for any

eventuality. Hence, they tend to have increased appetite or

loss of due to lack of time for eating; an increased intake of

sugar and caffeine to ensure that they can do the work of ten

people; high cholesterol levels because they don't have the

time to ensure that they have a healthy diet and of course,

feelings of anxiety when they're worrying about the outcome of

a job or project.



Does that describe you? If so, then yes, you do need stress

relief right away.



Other typical symptoms of stress are impotence (unfortunately

for the males), migraines and headaches, depression and a

weakened immune system.



Now let's just say that you've found out you do need relief

from stress. What should you do next then?


Our Busting Your Habits program can help you with not

only bad habits, but your stress as well. This is one of

Lee Milteers specialties. Let her work for you. By helping

you take control of your Stress and Habits.


Why wait another day?


Your copy of Bust any Habit in 21 Day's is waiting for

you to pick up at http://www.breakyourhabits.com?mch36