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    Key to success

    “The birthplace of success for each person is in his Inner-Consciousness. The Inner-Consciousness will use whatever it is given. If constructive thoughts are planted positive outcomes will be the result. Plant the seeds of failure
    and failure will follow.”

    Sidney Madwed

    In order to understand constructive thinking, it is essential to understand emotions first then how these constructive thinking leads to success in life.

    Most of these people are aware that it is possible for them to control their emotions, as well as the ways in which they express them, but most of these people feel that there is no way for them to actually stop the emotions
    from occurring in the first place.

    In this lies the basic foundation for constructive thinking. The way you think and the things you think about is the person you will become. In other words, you are what you think. Constructive thinking should be thought of as a way in
    which you think constructively about the world around you.


    To understand the role of constructive thinking, let me give you an example of interpretation. Lets say that you'r out walking on a crowded city street, and all of a sudden, someone steps on your toe. If you "interpret" this as being
    a deliberate act, you may become angry.

    However, if you "interpret" it as being accidental, you will be unlikely to become angry.

    Some people interpret them in a self-destructive way which leads to unhappiness and failure to create a good life for themselves. Others are ultimately successful with life, even though it seemed dark and hopeless at the beginning.

    First identify those self-destructive ideas you repeat to yourself like a broken record.

    Then start to practice to replace them with ideas which will help you make progress.

    Self-destructive ideas:

    I must be loved and get approval for everything I do.

    I can't help my feelings and I have no control over them.

    Happiness comes through laziness and inactivity.

    I need somebody bigger and stronger who can care for me and help me. mistic

    I need to be competent, adequate, intelligent and successful in all respects.

    I cannot forgive myself for bad things I have done.

    My unhappiness depends on external factors which have been forced on me by people and events.

    Anything which has affected me strongly will do so to the end of my life.

    What other people do is very important for me and I must make a great effort to try to make them to move
    in the direction I want them to go.

    It is easier to avoid life's difficulties and responsibilities than to meet them head-on.

    If anything is, or may be, dangerous you must be extremely worried about it.

    It is terrible when things are not the way I want them to be.

    These sentences are pessimistic and self destructive.convert the same ideas which lead to self-fulfilment and progress:

    Ideas which lead to self-fulfilment and progress:

    concentrate on my own self-respect and on loving instead of being loved.

    I have enormous control over my feelings and I practise saying the right things to myself.

    People are happiest when they are active and engaged in creative things or when they devote themselves to others.

    It is better to stand on your own legs and get confidence in your ability to meet life's difficulties.

    I try to do something even if I can't be the best. I accept myself and all my limitations.

    I learn from what has happended, and use that knowledge to handle my life better in the future.

    Most unhappiness is caused or maintained by personal reactions rather than the things themselves.

    I try to learn from previous experiences but I am not unnecessarily controlled by them.

    Other people's shortcomings are largely their affair and to exert pressure on them usually helps least of all.

    The easiest way is often the hardest in the long run. The only way to solve difficult problems is to face up to them and work.

    It is best to try and make it harmless, less harmful or controllable. If this is impossible, then be alert and
    careful, but stop wasting energy by worrying.

    Try to change or control circumstances so they get more satisfying. If that is impossible, it is better to accept the situation and stop repeating to yourself how terrible things are.

    Through constructive thinking and positive attitude success is yours.

    Best wishes,

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