Member Blogs: My Life

True Grit

“Superman’s enormous popularity might be looked upon as signalling the beginning of the end for the Horatio Alger myth of the self-made man.” – Gerald Clarke Winston seemed to be struggling with his assignment. As I found out from my roommate later on, Professor Brewer gave him (and his course-mates) something to (think and) write…
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Being Successful In Life Is……

Being successful in life is good for you to work towards. You are responsible for your thoughts and actions. Stop procrastinating: you’ve got to be more proactive and make progress by developing a strategic plan and work towards your success. Work on eliminating the belief that you can’t succeed. You can take additional workshops, training,…
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HEALTH DAILY HABITS

Tuesday 17th.September 2013. 3.53pm. I wish to practise these dilligently on a daily basis. And I am still trying, on some days better ….and on other days worse. Water: 1. Drink a glass of water upon waking up, the very 1st thing . 2. Finish at least two and half litres of water per day….
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Anniversary

Stop! Read to the end. It’s not my “wall of fame”, it’s about you. A year ago I read The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. To be exact, I read it 10th of July 2012. Once. Not entirely, I skipped first few chapters. I practice its teachings for about 11 months (yeah, it took me…
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My Dream

For some reason, lately, almost every day, I have been telling the story of how, my dance studio, Abby Bella Dance came to me. It may have something to do with just passing our 5 year anniversary or the fact that I have been working at the desk more often, spending time talking to dancers…
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7 Days Living the SE Philosophy

My first week living the Slight Edge Philosophy and I had my first health related outcome. One 5 minutes morning exercise session and one 5 minutes afternoon session, solved my low back pain and my upper back pain improved by 70%. My first day was a shocking one. I never had any problem with exercise…
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Purpose for Life

My purpose for life was lifted when Team Law asked me to read The Slight Edge . Reading the book was a pledge to Team Law . I felt , if it would help me to get my property back and teach my daughter that lying and stealing another’s property was not kosher . While…
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How to write a book?

A pinch of faith, a handful of attitude, a piece of desire and a daily discipline. Writing one sentence at a time or 400 words daily. That was my limit. For about 2 months I’ve been writing about 400 words for my ebook, every working day. Occasionally I wrote something during a weekend. It all…
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The Beginning

Wow. Here I go. The path to a better life as always begins and ends with God in the front driving (He’s not the copilot but the pilot). As I have struggled through my life with being a cockcoo blaming others for all my life problems, I’ve lacked the will power to do the things…
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I will not be limited

Just a little note I wrote to myself right now. In the spirit of change and growth. I guess I cant keep doing the same thing over and over again without wanting to scream. There’s just so much more I want. I want to sing. I want to be happy. I want to explore. I…
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