The Original 2 Day Diet

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Eat Stop Eat — The original “2 day diet.” Learn why dieting every day will ruin your fat loss. And how a simple nutritional strategy with only ONE rule is the key to rapid fat loss and lifelong weight management.

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Stop Complaining and Take Back Control

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If you find yourself constantly complaining you must believe you have a real need to complain and your life isn’t where you would like it to be.  If you don’t complain, you probably know someone who does and it makes everyone feel uncomfortable.


They probably try to avoid that person as much as possible.  Whether it’s you or someone else who is constantly complaining, what can be done to correct it and get back to positive living?


Complaining is a bad habit.  A habit, whether good or bad, is an urge to adopt that action no matter what the consequences.  The more you feed the habit the more it will take control of your life and the harder it is to kick.


Complaining typically stems from negative thoughts you’ve created.  You realize you’re the cause of your thoughts so you blame yourself and vent it with complaining.

Refuse to let those negative thoughts become you.  We become what we think just like we become what we eat, drink or do.

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Starting Your Day Off on the Right Foot

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Not everyone gets out of bed in the morning easily and in a good mood.  Some can bounce out of bed eagerly anticipating the day and will talk your ear off if there’s anyone to listen.  Others groggily stagger out of bed reluctantly and you better not speak to them or they’ll bite your head off.


Which of these describes you?  Or do you fall somewhere in between?  Which would you rather be?  Typically, the person who bounds out of bed wide awake is the person who gets more done in the morning and is happier to do it.  This isn’t always true.  Some get just as much work done; it just takes them longer to get to it.

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If you’re not happy with your morning habits and want to change, it can be done but it has to be a concerted effort on your part.  Many people don’t want to change.  They’ve been that way for years and it works for them.  On the other hand, who wants to be an old grouch in the morning making yourself and everyone else miserable?

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Organizing Your Home or Office for Increased Productivity

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Organization is essential in your home, office or in your home-office if you’re to function at maximum efficiency and strive for increased productivity.  If you’re searching for a place to sit or an empty space to place a file it’s time to organize.


Some will claim that if they clean up and organize they would never be able to find anything; but this is rarely the case.  These people waste a lot of time saying, “I know it’s here someplace.”  They’re blameworthy of an old law that states if there is an empty space, it will be filled.

Most of the following suggestions hold true for both home and office or if you’re working out of your home in a designated office space.  Find a place for everything and put everything in its place.  This will mean filing and storing.   If you have a home or office that’s overwhelmed with clutter, divide the task into individual areas.

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Making Clear, Conscious Decisions in Control of Your Life

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Mankind has been blessed with the free will of making decisions.  These decisions can enrich our life or cause it to take a turn for the worse.  Not a day goes by that we don’t make dozens, even hundreds of decisions, most without even thinking.


Daily, we decide when to arise, what to eat, what to wear and what route to take to work or wherever our destination leads.  These are made with little pause or thought.  Others require a little more insight such as where to vacation, who to date, who to marry, which car to buy and which neighborhood is best for security and schools.


The decisions we make, whether major or minor, affect our lives to no small degree and those decisions must be made.  Some of us approach decision making with reluctance and dread being afraid of the consequences.  Sure, almost any decision we make could involves conflict and dissatisfaction.  Yet, we must take control and make the decision and accept the outcome, good or bad.

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Is Competition Chipping Away at Your Soul?

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Economics professors will teach you that competition is good for business, especially for the consumer.  Competition keeps a business or person on his best behavior and the result is the best for all concerned.  It keeps the other person from gaining an unfair advantage as they continue to compete for more business or whatever favor is sought.


Competition is defined as a contest between two rivals and the effort of two or more parties to secure the business of a third party by offering the most favorable terms.

We experience competition throughout our entire life and it starts at a very early age.


We get our first taste of competition as a baby when we compete for exclusive attention from our mother.  This continues as we grow older and compete for recognition from our siblings or classmates.

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Identifying and Altering Your Bad Habits

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If you don’t have any bad habits you can skip reading this.


You’re still here. Good!  You’ve taken the first step in identifying your bad habits by admitting you have them.  They didn’t seem so bad at first.  The bad habits were just insignificant and you could break them any time you want.  You’ve heard about the guy who could stop smoking anytime he wanted.  He’s done it many times.

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Bad habits feel so good at first as you ladle more gravy on your mashed potatoes which go so well with the chicken fried steak.  One little snort of a non-addictive drug won’t hurt.


Lying to your spouse was hard the first time but it got easier.  Bad habits have a way of doing that – getting easier.  Bad habits are a lot like drugs, they’re addictive and you find a way to rationalize them.

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How to Make Your Motivation Soar Even When Faced With Obstacles

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We’ve all asked the question:  How does the motivator stay motivated when it’s obvious he or she is being beset with seemingly insurmountable obstacles?  No matter who we are, we will all be granted a share of success and failure.


It’s easy to stay motivated when we reach one goal after another.  We may even find it difficult to understand how someone can be down in the dumps when life can be so good to you.  Then, failures, problems and obstacles enter your life and it’s not so easy to remain motivated.


Even the most renowned leaders and speakers must find a way to overcome these burdens and move forward if they’re to maintain success in both their professional and personal life.

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How to Become a Person Who Takes Action

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Some people are born doers.  Some people are born thinkers.  Some think about doing and never get anything done.  There are many ways to become a person of action and what works for someone else may not work for you.


Action people are usually people who are organized and seem to know exactly how to proceed from one project to another seamlessly and without effort.  Others flounder in a world of disorganization, haplessly moving one piece of paper to another location without knowing why.  At the end of the day, the doers typically have more energy than at the beginning as they feed on taking action.

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The flounders at the end of the day are still floundering and can’t understand why nothing has been accomplished and they feel exhausted.  They step back to assess their day’s accomplishments and deceive themselves into believing progress is being made, when in realty little or nothing has been done.

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How to Achieve an Abundance of Wealth without Sacrificing Your Morals

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Since man has walked upright on this earth, he has been drawn to wealth and possessions.  Early man worked daily to accumulate whatever it was that kept him alive such as meat to eat and furs for warmth.  The more he accumulated the more comfortable he felt and enjoyed the honors from his fellow man for being so successful.


Men today are little different.  They strive to accumulate wealth, not necessarily of meat and furs but of money and material possessions.  It’s only natural that we seek wealth.  It demonstrates strong character and responsibility.  Usually we’re sobered by responsibility and as we accumulate riches it builds strong character and deep-seated morals.

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There is the person who desires only to be moral and would not think of initiating public or personal wrong doing in order to advance their career or business.  He desires riches and success but only by legal and scrupulous means.  On the other hand, as some accumulate wealth the more values they tend to ignore.

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