The Power of Words/Thoughts
By: Patrick S. Tulloch
Let me first ask you, "How have the words that you have heard or used affected you in your life?" I believe for most individuals we may not become aware of the programming that has molded us in many ways and has had a dramatic effect on our decisions that we have arrived at in life's journey. It began as an infant, when on so many occasions we would here the word, "no" over and over again. How so early in life our personalities were being shaped by others, who loved us, but were not aware of the deep implications these words would have on our futures. Were you one of those individuals who would do it again and again, even after hearing that dreaded word repeatedly? Or were you determined to get it right, succeed at all costs, no matter what the outcome?
It is so important for us to begin to get in touch with our subconscious mind, as that is the resting place of all that has been created in our lives, this is where we can begin to take back control of what we want and not what was planted there by others. It is here we can begin to plant new thoughts, ideas and images of how we see ourselves and to know what we want and get it.
This is not about "Trying" this is about "Doing." Too often is the word "try" used in our language, that it almost implies that you will not do it anyway. It is one of those words that I feel should be abolished from the english dictionary. Have you ever dropped a pen on the floor and then tried to pick it up, although a simple example, but it truely reflects the state of our thinking. We can actually defeat ourselves before even getting started.
On a positive note, let's begin to focus on the power of words, that will dramatiacally impact our lives. It has been stated by many great men, "I can", "I will", "I will not quit", "I will see myself where I want to be before I arrive", "I am a winner". Do you think that these words might have an impact on the results you might be looking for? Absoulutely. Here is a great quote that I wanted to share with you:
Sow a thought and you reap an action; sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
It is extremely important to take the time out of each day to recognize who we are and what we are capable of accomplishing in our lives and make sure we share these powerful thoughts by utilizing the powerful gift of words.
Patrick has been an entrepreneur for most of his adult life developing leadership qualities that have contributed to his success in understanding life and perfecting his business skills. Today he strives to share his experiences through his writings and mentoring activities to many searching for the answers that await them. His belief is expressed in his personal quote,
“If you want to make a difference in life, it's not about what you are getting, but it comes down to what you are GIVING!
Patrick S. Tulloch