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50+ habits of Thinking Rich

You are powerful enough to have a life you dream for. You have that strength and powers. You have to up level your thinking process upgrade your mindware and trigger with staction (start taking action) in order to have that fulfilling life of your thoughts and dreams. So what’s stopping you? Get into staction.

Here is a powerful list of habits which can make you a better version of you each day by #Coach BSR and #gkindshivani. He has been doing a wonderful job of inspiring millions by his program “The Magic of Thinking Rich.”

Anyone of us with staction and changing our habits each day can reach success and be a better version of ourselves by following these practices. Here’s the list. 👇

1. Waking up early in the morning – No. 1 success habit of most successful people.

2. Meditation – Starting your day with meditation fills your heart and mind with optimism and a good state of mind.

3. GratitudeGratitude brings a sense of devotion and sheds the leaves of ego.

4. Pactomations – Pactomations (Positive actions through positive affirmations) keep your subconscious reminded of the things you want to achieve, pushing the opposite rippling thoughts away and hence increasing the positive charge in you.

5. Visualization – Visualization takes your soul away to the world of your dreams. You can reach anywhere and in any form and can achieve whatever you want with Thinkovation. And once you visualize, your mind starts thinking of ways to achieve it. Napoleon Hill has rightly said, “Whatever a human mind can conceive and believe, it can certainly achieve.”

6. Reading – It is one of the most common habit of highly successful people. Reading broadens your vision. Everything in this world is connected. Reading connects you the dots and what relationship one thing stands from another. For knowing what reading can do for you, read here.

7. Zero time – We all have several zero time slots in our day, when we are waiting for a cab, waiting at an elevator, while waiting for the doctor or for our turn to meet some important person. We can use this zero time to the best of our ability in reading, observing, affirmations, visualizations etc. Don’t waste this time wandering.

8. Mayurima – It is a blessing technique where you imagine yourself as you are a channel of blessings and light to the entire planet and the universe. You realize healings and find yourself blessed.

9. Mangal Maitri – A blessing song for everyone’s good. MANGAL means good and it’s a prayer for every creatures peace, safety and wellbeing.

10. Donation – Giving, giving more than expected, giving 100% or even beyond. Sometimes few people think they don’t have anything, what can they give to someone?

Even if you don’t have anything, you are blessed enough to give a smile to a stranger. Or a pleasing comment to someone you met. Little kindness costs nothing but it wins hearts.

Here’s a wonderful story with a beautiful lesson. Once there was a beggar asking for money when he met with a rich man. Rich man said, I can give you money only when you’ll give me something in return. Beggar thought to himself, if I would have got anything, why would I beg? I don’t have anything to give to anyone. Then one day he found a rose in a garden and he plucked it and gave it to the person from whom he beg. He became famous for this special gesture in the locality. One fine day, he met the same businessman and said today I have something to give you, can you give me some money for that. The rich man said to the beggar, now you are a businessman like me. He was amazed to hear so and gave it a thought. He then changed his mind to do something before asking for any money and he later became a successful businessman in life. What a wonderful story? Isn’t it? Always give some value before asking for anything in return. That’s the number 1 success law.

The lesson from this is to donate a little as little as 0.01% of what you have. It provides you with a sense of gratification and spreads happiness to the ones below you. It’s a powerful technique based on the law “what you give to someone, comes back to you.” Donate what you don’t need or something to make someone happy.

11.Baggages – We all carry many unwanted baggage with ourselves. A journey is enjoyable only if you have less baggage. Keep those baggage of thoughts down the train of your mind, if you want to enjoy the journey called life.

12. Contamination – Practice purification of your thoughts, soul and aura. There are many techniques which one can follow, like salt water bath, aromatherapy, sitting in sunshine with positive affirmations and many.

13. Mindless and mindful action – There is something which you do mindlessly because your heart desires so, even it may sound stupid to others is called mindless action. Mindful action while on the other hand is instead of doing the postmortem doing premortem before acting or taking any decision as to the effects of any action and whether its beneficial to me and to others around me.

14. Law of Attraction – Miracles happen when you don’t let negativity in and stay focused for what you truly desire. Manifestation come true when you invest your energy only to your goals and not park it to any wrong places. In the powerful book “The powers of your subconscious mind ” author Joseph Murphy says that if you truly desire and there is no contradiction in your thoughts, law of attraction works and you get the desired results. Because the whole universe conspires to give you what you truly desire. Those who say they are trying their best yet they don’t get what they want, they need to introspect as they may be having the contradiction in their thoughts. People think I want this, but they don’t believe that they can get the same. Or they don’t think they deserve the same. The first rule is you have to truly believe in what you dream for. Contradiction in thoughts lead to same way as positive and negative combined together make a negative in mathematics.

15.Life design exercise – This is a technique of training your subconscious mind, where you have to train your subconscious. You work 1 hour training your subconscious using various auto – suggestions, meditations and visualizations. You have to visualize what you desire in present tense and feel it. Regular practice gives great results in a short span of time.

16. Twin heart meditation – It is a meditation technique to send blessings, healings and light to this whole world.

17. Dream team meditation – check it here.

18. Chakra healing meditation – Check it here.

19. Forgiveness meditation – Check it here.

20. Self review – Do your self review every 15-20 days. Or even weekly. It helps you keep yourself out of illusion only when you can measure your progress and have a check that you are moving ahead in the right direction.

21. Catch your patterns – “Where you are heading ahead, are you going in the right direction?” are some questions you must ask yourself daily.

22. Miracle conversation- Use divine and powerful words. Check and change your vocabulary. Use powerful words.

23. Laughter therapy – Laughter is the best medicine and healing energy as it is rightly said.

24. Random Acts of Kindness – Kindness heals the world and costs nothing much. You must not only be kind to others but to yourself too. Let it go easy and relax. You must be kind to your colleagues, spouse, family or any unknown person. It heals the world around you.

25. Goal setting – Written goals have more power than your thoughts. Have clarity, and it comes when your goals are SMART. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-bound) Stop scrolling and wasting your life on social media or other notifications that come to grab your attention. Stay focused on your goals.

26. Take challenges and break them – Taking challenges help you a lot to achieve more and be more productive. When you set a deadline and set SMART goals, and take them as a challenge, chances are more likely you’ll succeed. It may be a professional, personal or an adventurous challenge.

27. Taking risks – Risk taking is the biggest quality of most successful people. Without taking risks, you cannot cross the next level. Its rightly said, success lies on the other side of your fear or “Darr ke aage jeet hai.”

28. Switch words – Switch your words with energy boosting positive words. Like instead of something getting lost say I am finding something. Start and end your conversation with positive words. Instead of traffic say I am taking the shortcut. This way it impacts your subconscious mind.

29. Taking a break – Learning happens in chunks. Our mind is designed so that it can take a chunk of information at a time and then let it relax. It can’t even handle a lot of information at one go. Learn something and have a short break to retain what you learnt. That’s why when we go to school, there is a 10 minutes break in each learning period. Even 20 minutes these day. Break is important for your long term memory. Get relaxed or do something very different from the activities you were doing earlier. We often get absorbed and bored doing some activity over a period of time. It is so because our brain is wired to do so. Let the work go aside for a while and relax. Life is more important than any work. Don’t forget to live one.

30. Public speaking – Love to talk with other, with unknown people and share the message you have for the world.

31. Watch documentaries – Instead of binge watching on Netflix or some other stupidity stuff around the internet, go for documentaries. They are made for some purpose and great stories behind them.

32. BSc – Its not a graduation degree but a concept of Body, soul and conscience. Get all 3 in uniformity to have a fruitful life.

Or you can say Body, Story and Communication. Shake your body little often, get movement and action. Find stories that inspire and generate great stories and communicate what you have to say clearly that the other person understands clearly.

33. Vision board – Have picturization and visual images of things you want in your life. If you find a reason to visit SpaceX someday, there’s a grand picture of Earth one side and a grand picture of Mars on its wall on the other side, which acts a s a reminder of its biggest goal.

34. Start again – A great reminder of all time. Whatever you left behind, start again. You cannot do all the things you want, to achieve something you may probably have to drop some other thing. If that dropped thing is important for you to achieve your goals, start again. It’s rightly said, “Noone can go back and have a great beginning, but anyone can start now and have a grand ending.” Left behind, start again. You can’t do all the activities listed here or you learnt somewhere else daily, some will be left behind. What’s important to you, Start again.

35. Pranic healing – Sending healing, love and light to everyone in this universe.

36. Learn to sell – Till you don’t sell something or have products to sell, you can’t have enough money to make you rich. You will remain in Quadrant 1 (E) of cash flow and you keep paying taxes and your income flows away from you as well said by Robert Kiyosaki, the great author of Rich Dad Poor Dad.

37. Let him see – There will be instances in your life when you are in dilemma, it’s hard to take a decision, leave it on God and time. Let him see.

38. Don’t take load on yourself – Life is a journey. Enjoy it and don’t take this world’s load on yourself. Assume this world to be perfect, as it is. Leave other things on as it is. Mind your own business and enjoy the journey called life. Mark Manson in his best selling book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck says we all are failures and keep proving ourselves otherwise. He says strive for the best but without taking pressures on you. You get a f*ck from everywhere, you need to master the skills and live your life without being buried under your worries, as the ultimate destination for everyone is death. Live your life before it ends.

39. No mercy – Don’t make yourself a victim.

40 – Power networking – Networks can connect you to wonderful opportunities. Be open to receive opportunities and networking is a great resource. Best selling book Go Giver has this as it’s 5th and the last rule of stratospheric success.

41 Power of intentions – Have powerful intentions to do what you want to do. Burning Desire is the key element and the driving force in any success as mentioned in the Principle 1 in the legendary book Think and Grow rich.

42. Letting go – Sometimes when the situations or circumstances are not in your control, let it go. Let go of all that you desire but have no control. It will relieve you out of unnecessary stress. Though sometimes, it’s difficult, yet not impossible. Try it with smile technique described by me in my upcoming book “Do you Thinkovate?”

43. Residential retreats – Take some learning courses on personal development. You can get them online or you can take residential retreats to have a broader perspective of yourself.

44. Vipassna meditation – Its a greater level of meditation technique where you follow 10 days total cutoff from all the external world, including your cellphone and internet and even your family. Here they have full day meditation sessions where you have to watch your breathe and feel your sensations for whole 10 days and a very balanced lifestyle over this 10 days period. It’s a great transformational meditation technique.

45. Coaching – Take some coaching from some senior mentors. Look for the people you admire and become their mentee. Learn and copy their teachings and practice them in your own style which is called modelling.

46. Being simple – I don’t care. Sometimes just take a break and fell as if you really don’t care for anything. Be yourself and fell yourself for some moments. Let the responsibilities off your shoulders for few minutes and just be you.

47. Pranayaam – Pranayaam has the breathing exercises to heal your body’s internal organs. They are essential for a healthy and immune body.

48. Focusing / valuing – Focus on your goals and value all the blessings you have in your life.

49. Do great whatever you do – “Jo bhi karo Kamaal ka karo” Try to do everything great in your life. Indira Nuyi of Pepsico said, her key to success is that whatever she does, she does with great love to it, else she doesn’t do. Learn to say No for what you don’t desire, do what you love and love what you do.

50. Slow is fast – Sometimes going slow is better than not moving at all. A journey of 1000 miles begins with the thousand steps. To achieve something great in life, you actually have to start somewhere, it doesn’t matter how fast or slow you go, as far as you are moving ahead. Go at your own pace, associate yourself with people who motivate you to do great things in life and stay motivated.

51. Giving 100% – Any success starts from giving. The first law of stratospheric success in Go Giver is the Law of Value. Your true worth is determined by how much more you give in value than you take in payment. You have to invest first your money to get interest on it. You have to burn the log first in order to receive the warmth. Giving is the key to receiving. History has shown the world remembers the giver, none ever remember the ones who take.

52. BrandingBranding is like a fixed deposit that gives you an added advantage just as compounding. Build your personal brand and reap the benefits. Your brand is established when someone requires the services or goods you provide, and someone else can only think of recommending you only. Your brand is build that day and it keeps adding when people start taking about you.

53. Adventure trips – Take adventure trips and fulfill your bucket list. You’ll forget everything that came your way but never the experiences you gained. Keep building the experiences to cherish them in your later years.

54. EFTEmotional Freedom Technique. Feel free from emotional stress from this powerful technique.

55. Conscious living – Living in present and acting consciously is the key to ultimate happiness and joy. Once you start living this way you’ll find yourself in bliss.

56. Being alive – Catch your patterns. We all have patterns and everything in life is connected. Be in conscious present state and catch those patterns and make connections. The puzzle called life will be clear and the clouds of despair will fade away.

57. 90 – 90 – 90 days work out on your mind for 90 minutes each day. You’ll change inside out.

58. Surrender – Accept what you receive from nature or nature’s force. Accepting and being grateful keeps you in beta state of mind where you can receive the highest level of blessings and abundance.

59. Non judgmental – You never know what the other person is going through. Be kind and don’t judge on a small incident or behavior of someone. Mind your own business.

60. Zero expectation – Expectations always kills the peace of mind and joy. The secret to long life as said by the longest living man of 123 years is having zero desires. Fight for what you want, but remember you are here to live life, not to waste it running after things you can’t achieve. Live it to your fullest while striving for the best.

Hope these great techniques will help you your life to be a greatest version of yourself. If you have or know some more such great techniques, drop us in your comments. Have a great life!

Your purpose in life is an opportunity to leave your mark on this world.

Your purpose in life can affect how you will be remembered. Ask yourself how you can make a positive difference in the lives of others.

A big question hits on people’s mind is Why Am I here?

Here are the 5 things to reflect on to discover your own meaning of life originally published at Success.com

“Having a purpose is the difference between making a living and making a life.” —Tom Thiss

Have you discovered your purpose—why you’re here, what you’re meant to do? How do you know when you have? And why do you need to find it?

Because it’s where you find fulfillment and satisfaction. It’s what gets you out of bed in the morning and makes time fly. “Your purpose may be to be an incredible parent, teacher or nurse, or to bring joy to people through the arts,” writes well-being author James McWhinney. “Your purpose is highly important regardless of the size or scale of reach—every single person has an important role to play.”

Some people seem to be born knowing what brings them joy and meaning. Most of us, though, need help figuring it out for ourselves. Here are 5 questions to get started:

1. What makes me feel happy and alive?

Your purpose is often related to what you love to do. It might—or might not—be connected to your career, or you might find it while volunteering or in your favorite hobby. Think about what you most look forward to and consider how you can expand those activities into more of your life.

2. What am I good at?

Don’t be so humble! We all have talents and skills—what are yours? You might have the ability to build things, the patience to be a mentor or the vision of a leader. You’ll find more success in using natural strengths than in trying to get rid of your self-perceived weaknesses.

3. If income didn’t matter, what would I be doing?

This question often leads directly to the discovery of your purpose. The answer can point you in the direction of your true happiness. Maybe you work in a large corporation but dream of being an entrepreneur. Don’t let yourself get stuck; start taking small steps to reach your goal.

4. How can I add greater value to the world?

When you take time to become self-aware, you can see where to use your knowledge and skills. You might be passionate about helping the elderly, building a new playground for the neighborhood or changing laws in your city. Each of us has unique interests that can be used to make the world a better place.

5. What will be my legacy?

Your purpose in life can affect how you will be remembered; it’s an opportunity to leave your mark on the world. Ask yourself how you can make a positive difference in the lives of others.

When you begin to consider your purpose, you are on your way to the happiness and enthusiasm that will enrich your life, and the lives of others. Your natural focus will drive you to reach your goals—and you will become successful, on your own terms. Why not start today?

 

How to have Sky is the limit mindset?

Sky’s the limit mindset starts by acknowledging where you are and taking some time to truly feel appreciation for it.

Five things you need in order to have and maintain a sky’s-the-limit mindset are:

1. Want what you have now.

The best place to start is exactly where you are. Yes, indeed you need goals and aspirations to be truly successful.

2. Own it.

Own the responsibility where you are right now. Know that this moment, this place is 100 percent the results of the choices you have made.

3. Use it.

Own where you are, then use that to fuel your inner fire for bigger thinking. When you want to quit that jog early, sleep in or skip a phone call, no one is going to berate you for it. You’ll start to say no to the voices in your head that say you can’t do something. You’ll start to argue with those doubts and fears and use them to fuel you onward, instead of hold you back.

4. Forget ABC, you need ABH.

If you really want big success, change that mantra to ABH — always be helping. As Zig Ziglar said, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” Creating value changes the way you think and that changes the way you live your life.

5. Replace the word problem

When you stop using the word problem something amazing happens. Every obstacle becomes an opportunity. You really can find the good in every situation presented to you.

Find the value, and you’ll be embracing sky’s-the-limit thinking.

This article was originally published at Entrepreneur.com. Read in detail here.

Stop limiting yourself with doubt and start accomplishing your dreams today.

“Somehow between childhood and adulthood, many of us quash our natural inclinations to dream and do big. Tiger kids become scaredy-cat adults, hampered by self-limiting beliefs.”

Most of the struggles we go through in life comes from our self limiting beliefs”

Stop limiting yourself with doubt, and start accomplishing your dreams today with this advice.

Surround yourself with “positive people who do great things. They make us realize what we are capable of.”

When you replace negative limits in your beliefs about yourself with positive images that focus on your potential, “your success increases exponentially.”

“Self-limiting beliefs are everywhere and a part of all of us, to greater or lesser degree,” says Bruce Frankel, author of What Should I Do With the Rest of My Life?”

Put another way: Eliminating self-limiting beliefs is entirely doable.

A first step in moving forward is to recognize that you need to get out of your own way to get ahead.

The second step is to know that many self-doubters aren’t even aware that they are their own enemies—they constantly seek permission or approval before moving forward. If you’re perpetually working toward another “qualification, certification, designation or degree,” odds are you’re stalling and need to have a frank talk with yourself.

In order to conquer self-limiting beliefs, taking action is key. “Motion beats meditation.” Positive quotes and inspiring refrigerator magnets will only go so far. You won’t move forward until you move to get out of your own way.

To read four common self-limiting beliefs and the action steps you can use to bust through them, starting today read the full article here.

30 Warning Signs You’re Heading In The Wrong Direction • Inspower.co

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Where you don’t have to work even for a single day – The Best Advice I Ever Got: Jerry Wilmink, Wisewear CEO

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How Successful People Work Less and Get More Done

http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/246270

A SUCCESS Interview With Wayne Dyer: ‘Everything That Exists Was Once Only Imagined’ | SUCCESS

http://www.success.com/videos/youtube/a-success-interview-with-wayne-dyer-everything-that-exists-was-once-only-imagined

Why you should be a morning person – The Times of India on Mobile

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7 Easy Hacks for Productive Mornings | SUCCESS

Here are the 7 easy hacks to make your mornings more productive via Success Magazine.

http://www.success.com/article/7-easy-hacks-for-productive-mornings

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What BS in the Workplace Looks Like & How to Cut It

By Darnyelle Jervey

Published at Success Magazine

At the beginning of my career, I used to get caught up in something I now call the Bottleneck Syndrome (BS). I worked hard to impress my superiors and get recognized as a team leader, but I was neglecting myself and, equally as important, my family and friends.

I could have easily blamed it on being new, but the truth is new and seasoned employees struggle to find the right balance in work and life. I’d argue that we should be trying to establish a career to build a life.

Not sure if you’re suffering from BS? Let me ask you this, have you checked in with your vision of a great life lately? Before it wreaks havoc in your life, keep an eye out for signs like these:

• You watch your co-workers leave for the evening while you sneak in another half an hour of “face time” at the office. Someone told you that working late was the sign of a leader, perhaps a leader is someone who has created effective systems and gets more done each day so that they don’t have to work late.

• Instead of saying “no” when a new project is offered, you say yes because you want to be a team player. What if being a leader was about knowing when to say no so that someone else could step up and build their skills?

• When it’s time to spend time with family or friends, you’re so tired from work that you’d rather do absolutely nothing. Or worse, you’re not really present, constantly checking email because you feel you “have” to work.

The truth is, you don’t have to work—you have to live.

It took me awhile before I figured out how to successfully mitigate the BS—how to be an active contributor by day and a free spirited friend, girlfriend and sister at night.

Here are some of the lessons I learned that I still carry with me today:

1. Set clear personal goals that align with your vision for your life.

One of the biggest lessons I ever learned is to make sure that once a year, usually in December, I sit with my vision and build my yearlong goals around it. I also take that time to update my vision board (a visual representation of what I am working toward in the next year). I truly believe that when you are clear on where you’re going, the journey is much more enjoyable.

As you look hard at your vision, here are some things to consider:

• What’s your life description?  Don’t get me wrong, having a career is rewarding, but you are more than your job title. What else is important to you?

• If you were free to be yourself and enjoy what’s most important to you, what would that look like?

2. Live in the 8’s.

I learned this one from Brian Tracy—eight hours to work, eight hours to sleep and eight hours to enjoy what’s most important to you, be it family, vacationing, hobbies.

I have lived by this principle, and it helps me be the best version of who I am.

3. Focus on what you can control.

In my opinion, BS starts when you have to be in control. Of course, I get it—I am, after all, a graduate of “If You Want It Done Right, Do It Yourself” University. But as I’ve gotten older, the hustle and grind gets less rewarding and time enjoying my life becomes my main focus.

I have taken stock of what creates negative emotions for me—and I nip them in the bud. By focusing on what I want and what I can control, I have shifted my energy and released the bottleneck.

4. Secure your air mask first.

When the flight attendants are giving the safety instructions before takeoff, they say if the cabin loses pressure, an oxygen mask will drop from above your seat—secure your mask before helping those with you. 

The same applies to all facets of life. We are no good to anyone if we are suffering from BS. So by going back to tip #1 and setting a vision for your life, you will ensure that those along for the ride will have an enjoyable experience with a refreshed, focused and present you.

5. Set an end to your day, every day.

This one is a Stephen Covey favorite for me. I also learned this around the time that I had my last outbreak of BS. I realized that by creating and working from a daily “top three things to do” list, I could achieve a daily win and, most importantly, set an end to my workday. I had to learn how to prioritize, but when I did, my life balance drastically improved.

BS is a bad habit. But by applying these strategies consistently, you’ll see a new habit emerge—a habit that positions you to live life on purpose.