Being Better Than Your Old Self 

htwfaip​”The way to get things done,” says  [Charles] Schwab, “is to stimulate competition. I do not mean in a sordid, money-getting way, but in the desire to excel.” 

Ran our of characters for me to post this on Twitter so I’m posting it here.

Thought this was a cool quote.

Competing to be better than who you are.

From a book I’m reading again by Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People. 

Thank you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

I love you.

~ Musa

Guaranteed Results ONLY If You Are COMMITTED to Getting Them

For the principles to work for you, you need to work the principles.
– Jack Canfield,
co-author of The Success Principles

Those face products that improve your skin on those TV ads got me thinking that a similar kind of conditioning needs to be applied to your brain, so to improve your thoughts.

When you improve your thoughts you improve the results you keep getting.

Just like those face products for your skin, you need to apply them every…single…day for them to have any positive results for you.

These ads Guarantee results ONLY is you use them daily over a specified time period.

Not every now and again when you feel like it.

Not today then skipping tomorrow because you’re running late or you’re tired.

Then doing twice as much so to make up for the day lost.

No.

Every day.

Over a specific period.

So whatever technique you come across or whatever powerful system you might attract, give it time for it to work for you.

Give it time for it to set and begin to rise.

Give it time for it to cleanse your old you and replace it with the new you.

How long?

As long as it takes.

You don’t set a goal for the sake of reaching the goal, you set a goal for the drive and allure of the person you become reaching it.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”

“Set a goal to achieve something that is so big, so exhilarating that it excites you and scares you at the same time”
~ Bob Proctor (See @BobProctorLIVE)

Have you ever asked yourself why do some people find it easy to attract prosperity, happiness & excellent health?

Especially those you find who never inherited it by birthright.

I’m speaking about those you know were never born into it.

Why do you think success come easy to them?

That’s when I was reminded of a quote I read on one of my favorite Facebook pages.

It read:

“Don’t compare your beginning with someone else’s middle.”
~ Jon Acuff (See @JonaCuff)

Wow…

…Don’t compare your beginning with someone else’s middle.

This puts everything right into perspective doesn’t it?

Each and every rags-to-riches story you’ve heard or read about had a beginning.

They kept at it, building the image of what in your eyes appears as success.

What you forget is that they all started from some place and that some place was their beginning.

Where you might be.

And the persistent action they took on a daily basis compounded and produced the results you see in their lives.

For every action, there’s an equal and opposing reaction.

Cause and Effect.

If you do nothing, you produce nothing.

But if you SOMETHING, you produce something.

But you need to have a plan.

And I can show one, if you like, when you Go Here

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Promise #7

I promise to read the Bible more often.

If not the Bible then something of substance that allows me to grow & to be inspired as a person.

Even if it means reading an article a day.

But not to allow the day to end without reading something motivational so to condition my brain for success.

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

5 Ways to Overcome Unmotivated Mornings

#1. Go for a jog.

#2. Read the Bible.

#3. Eat Breakfast.

#4. Meditate.

#5. Write out & read your Top 10 Goals

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Neville Goddard: Neville Lecture On The Effortless Manipulation Of Circumstance In Your Favor

“If I call you now and you answer, that’s one thing. Would you respond an hour later to the same call? If you persevere, you will.

“If now, an hour later, you think of yourself as you now – when you dare to assume that you are now the man that you want to be, an hour later, are you still assuming that state? If you’re not, you are not persevering.

“You are “the hearer who looked into the mirror, whose natural face” – he saw it, “then he went his way, and at once forgot what he looked like.”


“So, if one hour from now you are not still assuming that you are the man that you want to be, you have forgotten. You are the hearer and not the doer. And he warns us of the vast difference between being a hearer and being a doer. The doer acts.”

“The Perfect Law of Liberty” by Neville Goddard, author of The Law and the Promise

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele