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Choose a quote that inspires you to work with it. A quote that when you wake up in the morning and read it, it gets you motivated and revved up for the day to work with it and achieve. Just reading a quote and thinking ‘that sounds good’ then forgetting it, is probably fine for most of them because you are probably doing it already and it is just confirming you are on the right track. But if you read a quote that immediately inspires or has meaning for you, this is the one you need to work with. Out of the thousands of quotes that are out there, this particular quote has not come to you by accident; it came just at the time you need a boost.

Take the challenge.
Read the quote slowly and understand what it is saying
Write it out a few times in your journal; this helps your mind to absorb what your eyes have read and what your heart knows, about 20 times is good.
Put it in a few prominate places where you will see it, especially first thing in the morning; bathroom mirror is good
Whenever you see it during the day say it out loud and mean it; put power and meaning into your voice as you say it
Once it has become a part of you, it is time to look or wait for another to come your way, and it will

Make a collage of the quotes you love and tick off the ones you have worked with.

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Edited by: KELTIC-CARA at: 10/3/2012 (15:16)
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'It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not' - Anonymous

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