Confusing Wishful Thinking with Belief

 

Confusing Wishful Thinking with Belief

Confusing Wishful Thinking with Belief

In Dr. Schwartz book, the Magic of Thinking Big, there is a section where the author talks about people who are confusing wishful thinking with belief.

When we do this, we on the surface affirm we are thinking because it become our goal, but beneath the surface (shout out to the Gza), we are only wishing it comes true.

Want to know how to know you are only wishing and that you don’t believe? It is actually really simple. You simply quote a famous Bible verse that says, “faith without works is dead!”

When you bring this to remembrance, you’ll see that if you have belief, you are taking an action on your belief everyday. If you are merely wishing, you aren’t taking any actions or you do so sparringly.

Don’t confuse wishful thinking with belief, you now know how to self examine yourself!

What’s something you’ve been wishfully thinking will happen, but didn’t believe. Leave your examples in the comments section. Thanks!

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Finding Love on the Internet

 

Finding Love on the Internet

Finding Love on the Internet

No, I’m not talking about that kind of love.

The dating websites are great if people are able to find a great connection and settle down with the people they met, have children, and have a good relationship and life together.

I’m talking about those guys and gals who are finding love on the internet but are detested in person by their real associates friends and family (I apologize if I’m writing about myself).

The point is that we should NOT have a fan club online and are selfish, ugly, and churlish to our spouses, kids, brothers, sisters, parents, children, etc.

Sure, some loved ones will hate on your life work, some won’t want anything to do with it because it is different.

The idea is to still show love and compassion, because in most cases they are ignorant, so it is vital to CONTINUE being loving to those who don’t understand your transformation and keep them in, even if they are without.

Are you finding love on the internet, by running away from the real life person you are?

Now’s the time to change it!

 

I Won’t Have Fries With That

 

I Won’t Have Fries With That

I won’t have fries with that

It is typical of not just American culture, but modern culture to want to supersize everything, add more to everything, get the biggest plate to every meal.

In a me first society, especially one that struggles to lose weight, stay healthy, manage money, and on and on, one simple suggestion to change it all is contentment. 

I won’t have fries with that

In other words, get smaller portions. “I won’t have fries with that, in fact I will only have half of that!” This needs to be the new response (especially if you’re still eating routinely in such establishments).

Seth Godin said in his blogpost, sometimes we’d do better if we just got a smaller bowl. It is a simple hack that really works, but who wants anything with the letter W-O-R-K in it? New answer… WE DO!

 

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