Misconception of What Being an Entrepreneur is

by Michael Berry on February 28, 2015

bn2600172A common misconception is that being an entrepreneur is only about career, business and finances. While that certainly is a large part of life’s opportunity and challenge, it is only a small part of where you can apply your focus as an entrepreneur. It can also be in the areas of Relationships, Family, Spirituality, Friends, Love Life, Health, or any combination including other areas in your life that are important to you.
 
Personal development is our business and our life.
 
Michael Berry
michael@prosperyourmind.com
http://www.prosperyourmind.com
http://blog.prosperyourmind.com
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.

 


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Criticism can be Very Subtle

by Michael Berry on February 27, 2015

decisionAnalyCriticism can be very subtle in the way it creeps into our thoughts. Here are some examples of criticism to help you become aware of its subtlety, so you can eliminate it from your thoughts:
The weather is awful today.
The traffic is terrible.
The service is really bad.
Oh no, look at the line.
He/she is always late.
How long do we have to wait for our order?
That motorist is a lunatic.
It’s so hot in here.
I’ve been on hold for so long!
 
These are subtle things, but the law of attraction is listening to them all. You have the ability to appreciate something in every single circumstance. There is always something to be grateful for.
 
Personal development is our business and our life.
 
Michael Berry
michael@prosperyourmind.com
http://www.prosperyourmind.com
http://blog.prosperyourmind.com
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.

 


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Are You Being You?

February 26, 2015

Tweet You learn in personal development that life is a journey, not a destination. What comes up for you when I ask the question? Are you being you? There is another way I could ask that question. Are you being the real you? Either way are you listening to your inner you or are you […]

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Healing Mind Power

February 25, 2015

Tweet In my personal development journey I’m constantly amazed at the mind’s capabilities. As we learn in our personal development, the mind has no limitations. I’d like to share an example of that in my own personal development experience. A few years ago we were walking the dogs Blaze and Bella (Blaze – Irish Setter […]

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Examination of the Herd

February 24, 2015

Tweet To be clear, members of the Herd approve of normal and average behavior. Typically, they outwardly disapprove of destructive behavior, but covertly support it through perpetuating the belief that “everybody” does it so that it becomes normal as well. The members of the Herd that seem to be the most effective in keeping others […]

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The Extraordinary Power of Action

February 23, 2015

Tweet I personal development we learn that life is a journey, not a destination. Action is energy expressed into physical form. Action is a creative building block of the physical universe. It is through action that things change, are created or destroyed. Action is where the spiritual nature of humankind is expressed. In Action, thought […]

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Ask for Others as You Ask for Yourself

February 22, 2015

Tweet What is the most powerful thing you can add to the process of creating what you want? Ask for others as you ask for yourself. An easy way to do this is to ask for ALL, which of course includes you. Ask for a good life for all, peace for all, abundance for all, […]

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The Dot

February 21, 2015

Tweet In your personal development we sometimes think that maybe our dreams are too big and maybe we should scale them back a bit because maybe I should be more realistic and it would be easier for me to obtain the small down version. Or maybe we think that we just may not be deserving […]

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The Man Who Knew Too Little

February 20, 2015

Tweet You learn in personal development that life is a journey, not a destination. “The Man Who Knew Too Little” is an old movie staring Bill Murray that has a very important personal development message. For those of you that have not seen it I’ll give you a brief description. Bill Murray travels to London […]

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Raising the Lower Self

February 19, 2015

Tweet To the lower self, the higher self perspective seems naive, idealistic, and unrealistic. However, everyone has a higher self that is aching to take the helm and start calling the shots. It is just too invalidated to believe that it should, and so dissatisfaction, frustration, anger, depression, disinterest and jealousy begin to set in. […]

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