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August 17, 2017

Take care of where you live.

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

You can only live inside your body.

Take care of it.

You know what to do. Right?

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August 16, 2017

Be You

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

Don’t try to be someone else. Be the best version of you – a better version of you than you were yesterday.

That’s refreshing. That’s attractive. That’s authentic.  And that’s doable! 

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August 15, 2017

See things that aren't there

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

Create. Be an artist. Call the invisible into being.

First, see that which isn’t there yet. Then fall in love with it.

Then take action.

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August 14, 2017

Move to a new life (part 2)

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

How do we create a new life? Or at least change the parts we don’t like while keeping the parts we do like?

Substitution. Stop doing something in favor of doing something else. Stop reading something in favor of reading something else with a different voice or content. Change a habit (you are your habits).

Stop eating something in favor of eating something else. Stop listening to something, and do something different with that time instead. Stop hanging around with certain people, in favor of hanging around others instead. Take the stuff off the wall so you can hang up something else instead.

You can make a lot of changes starting now, or just one or a few at a time – it’s up to you. You can change your entire life this way, starting right now from where you are.

Do you want to make any changes? What will you substitute starting now?

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August 11, 2017

Move to a new life (part 1)

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

You know the story about someone who just picks up and moves to a new town, and lives a whole new life? One that may be fresh and exciting (at first anyway). Why is their new life so new and interesting?

It’s because they have completely changed what their cameras see and what their microphones hear. It’s all new and interesting. They live in a new place, get new friends, a new job, and see new things. And the new people don’t treat you like your old friends and co-workers where you came from. The new people don’t know you yet or have experience with how you behave, and the places and job don’t have those old psychological anchors (memories) like your old places did.

But wherever you go, there you are. You are the common denominator. Eventually your beliefs, expectations and patterns of thought will craft a life pretty close to the one you left behind. You can’t run away from yourself.

The great news is you can have a new life without rolling the dice and doing something as drastic as picking up and moving away…  

(to be continued)

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August 10, 2017

The cameras and the microphones (part 2)

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

If we control what we put in front of our eyes and what sounds our ears hear, we can control the quality of our thoughts, beliefs and expectations. And that makes all the difference in our world. It will literally change the direction of our lives – and direction + time equals destiny (destination).

You know how.  

Change what you put in front of your cameras – what you read, watch, and your environment.

Change what your microphones hear – what you listen to, the audio that comes with video, the sounds a given environment produces.

What will you change?

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August 9, 2017

The cameras and the microphones (part 1)

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

How do we prevent our minds from going negative? How do we keep from thinking about unproductive, unsettling things that don’t help us get to our goals?

Your mind is a computer that responds to what you put in it day in and day out. Information, images, commands, and questions – it doesn’t care the quality of the input – it will go to work processing whatever we put in. So how do we control this thing in us, this thing we call us – the very program we run on?

It sounds like one of life’s great questions and perhaps mysteries. But it’s really not that hard at all. Most of the information we take in is through our two cameras (eyes) and microphones (ears). Just control what we put in front of our eyes and what sounds our ears hear. That’s it.

(cont.)

 

 

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August 8, 2017

Spectators don't make history

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

If we want to change the world, we have to get up, get out, get involved or lead, and do something that matters.

What are you doing/can you do that makes a difference? 

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August 7, 2017

How can I make me proud?

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

What can you do today that you’d be proud of?  

Make you proud by the end of this day!

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August 4, 2017

You are adaptable

Larry Janesky: Think Daily

It’s amazing. When you start working out your body, it says “Ok, this is what we are doing now…I’ll respond and build stronger muscles and bones.”  

The mind is the same. When you begin working it harder or differently, it says “Ok, I’ll work on getting sharper, faster, more attuned…”

We came with the adaptable equipment to change and get better.

How are you using it?

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