Posts Tagged ‘self-image’

The Magic Word

April 26, 2011

The law of attraction is absolute. It states that you are absolutely responsible for the circumstances of your life.

If you want to meet someone who can fix any situation you don’t like, who can bring you happiness in spite of what other people say or believe, look in a mirror, then say this magic word: “Hello.”
Richard Bach

Your responsibility begins with the thoughts you think about yourself. As self-employment advocate Barbara J. Winter noted, you (more…)

Yours Was Not Meant to be an Ordinary Life

October 16, 2010





You do not have to be a perfect human being to find or create the job that is perfect for you. Everybody else has shortcomings too; nobody else has your unique blend of strengths and skills.



Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are.
Malcolm Forbes

Positive thinkers look at a goal and begin mapping out the steps they can take to achieve it. They know that no worthy objective can withstand the assault of (more…)

What Does Your Self-Portrait Reveal?

January 24, 2010


Before a painter puts a brush to his canvas he sees his picture mentally. It is the mental concept that he externalizes with the help of paint and canvas. If you think of yourself in terms of a painting, what do you see? How do you appear to yourself? Is the picture one you think worth painting? You are what you think you are. You create yourself in the image you hold in your mind.
Thomas Dreier



What do you see when you imagine yourself gazing at your self-portrait? Do you see a smiling, vibrant friend to all or a (more…)