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  1. Is Subliminal Audio Better Than Hypnosis?

    by Marvin King - 2010-02-07
    Subliminal messages have been around a long time, not quite as long as hypnosis, but since the sixties and seventies - at least in a form where they were used by the general public.Subliminals now sit...
  2. Creating Change: Step 2a - Construct A Vision Of What You Want

    by Tomar Levine - 2010-01-31
    In order to create change you have to know what you want. But sometimes it's easier to figure out first what you don't want.It's easy to come up with the irritants that annoy us about our lives, the t...
  3. Creating Change - Step 2b- Techniques For Finding What You Want

    by Tomar Levine - 2010-01-31
    Drilling Down to your CoreTo get to a deeper level of what you want, to find your true core desires, it's good to ask yourself probing questions that challenge your assumptions. Here's an example of h...
  4. Creating Change: Step 2c- Who Do You Want To Be?

    by Tomar Levine - 2010-01-31
    Being Trumps DoingUsually when we think about what we want, we focus on an activity or experience we desire. Another way to discover your true desire is to ask yourself not what you want to be doing, ...
  5. Creating Change: Step 3 - Identify Your Inner Obstacles To Change

    by Tomar Levine - 2010-01-31
    I'm sure you aware of some things you want to change in your life, that your heart longs for. It is likely that these longings have been with you for quite a while, but you have not been able to achie...
  6. The Importance Of People In Innovation

    by Amy Twain - 2009-12-10
    When we talk about innovation, you may reply-who needs people? Chances are that you, me and all of us do! Innovation can be viewed as a "soft" science difficult to define and hard to measure. While ot...
  7. Five Kinds Of Self Improvement Cds

    by Steve Gillman - 2008-11-12
    If you have ever considered buying self improvement CDs, you know there are a lot to choose from. It isn't just about different authors though. There are very different types to think about as well. H...
  8. Biodiesel Kits And Processors

    by Boomer Sagacloud - 2008-10-26
    Heat is needed during the biodiesel conversion process for the following reasons:1. Preheating your oil.2. Heating your biodiesel during the settling process.3. Drying water out of water-washed biodie...
  9. Fred Alan Wolf Phd Is The Kooky Guy With The Quirky Personality In The Movies: The Secret &what The Bleep

    by Karen Giardunio - 2007-07-19
    This guy is my favorite -hands down -I really love Fred Alan! He is so brilliant intellectually speaking and so rich in personality and presence. Here is a scientist whose disposition betrays the gene...
  10. How Important Is Innovation In My Life?

    by Free Articles - 2007-07-10
    It's a talent that everyone has, yet they think they don't. The power of innovation. If you've ever marvelled at somebody's creative prowess, guess what, you can create and innovate too. It just takes...
  11. The Art Of Selfishness. It's Not What You Think...

    by Personal Success Coach Krissy Jackson - 2007-06-22
    Selfish vs Self-ishI am guessing that right now you don't enjoy a great work-life balance and you're seeking answers to your dilemma. The main reason you don't have the balance you desire is because, ...
  12. Getting Ideas Is The Easy Part: Here's What You Need For Innovation

    by Wally Bock - 2007-06-15
    Ideas, including good ones, come naturally to human beings. As Robert Tucker said: "Anyone who has ever taken a shower has had a good idea." But good ideas are only the starting point for innovation.N...
  13. Entrepreneurial Innovation: How It Can Benefit Your Business

    by Robert Warlow - 2007-06-04
    Innovation it's a talent everyone has, and yet everyone thinks they don't! If you've ever stood back and gasped at somebody's creative dexterity, guess what, you can generate innovative and creative...
  14. Life after cancer

    by Zoe Routh - 2007-04-27
    I may have run 6 marathons, the last one 7 months after surgery and chemotherapy for cervical cancer, but I am no Lance Armstrong. Lance, as many of you know, was diagnosed ten years ago with testicul...
  15. Cancer - One Year On

    by Zoe Routh - 2007-04-27
    It has been just over one year since I was diagnosed with cancer. Since then I have had surgery, chemotherapy, six months of lying around on the couch staring out the window at the dappled light of da...
  16. 30 second marathon success blueprint

    by Zoe Routh - 2007-04-27
    When I took my first steps after surgery for cancer last year I struggled to make it across the room. A few weeks later I was still only able to hobble 50 steps or so, clutching at my abdomen as the s...
  17. Short Sleeves Insights- A Cinder Of Unity!

    by Hal Manogue - 2007-04-24
    "If the cloth had its own fixed, unchangeable self essence, it could not be made from the thread...the cloth comes from the thread and the thread from the flax...It is just like the ... burning and th...
  18. Fulfillment List

    by Zoe Routh - 2007-04-21
    Have you got a list of things you want to accomplish in your life, before you leave this fair planet? Some big things like get married, write a book, or climb Kilimanjaro? How about fun things like SC...
  19. Cancer - My Wake Up Call

    by Zoe Routh - 2007-04-21
    Four days after I got engaged in March of this year I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. The doctor said, "You have a cauliflower growth on your cervix. That's not normal. I am booking you in to...
  20. What wake up call do you need?

    by Zoe Routh - 2007-04-21
    We read about it all the time - the head of McDonalds who works way too hard, has a heart attack and dies at the age of 40 something, the small business owner who eats lunch at 4pm if at all who is di...