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Who Do You Think You Are? Your Perception Creates Your Reality

By |November 26, 2014|Philosophy, Uncategorized|

Who Do You Think You Are?
Your Perception Creates Your Reality

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SOURCE:   The Chiropractic Assistants Page

By Phil Mancuso, D.C.


“You are today where your thoughts have brought you;
you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.”
— James Allen

You and your buddy down the street have gone to all the same seminars,
taken the same busines management programs, learned the same techniques and formulae for success. Yet, his business is going like a Carnival Cruise liner full of MTV Spring Break revelers and yours is going ‘Titanic.’

Most times, the difference isn’t in the procedures, but in the person performing them.

Your friend down the street already knows the secret to practice and personal success.

What’s your buddy’s secret? Is he smarter than you? Is he a better person
than you? Did he go to a better school than you? Most likely not—he’s just
learned how to harness his personal power to allow him to become the
successful, self-empowered person he is. He’s learned how to create his own
breakthroughs, to allow him to move beyond his fears and limiting beliefs. He is accomplishing goals and realizing his true desires, turning dreams into reality, creating fulfilling relationships, and modeling the strategies of peak performers to produce a quantum difference in his life.

“Just what does it take to get ahead these days?

Why can’t I get motivated?

Why aren’t my personal life and career turning out the way I want?”

So, what gives? Who succeeds and why? What does it take to become the
best version of yourself possible? Is it the quality of the school you attended? Is it that grade you got on your licensing exam? The number of letters after your name?

Sometimes.

Many of us know stories about people who were at the top of their class, yet,
somehow, never achieved success. In other instances, there are those who got mediocre grades, or didn’t go to the top schools, who become leaders in their chosen fields. It got me thinking:

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