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February 2011 Archives

Being Responsible

posted by The MEGA Coach

You are the source of your life. You are the source of your beliefs, values, actions and results. This also equates with the fact that you are totally responsible for your life and choices.  Often, life presents itself differently than […]

Who Are Your Role Models?

posted by The MEGA Coach

The people you spend the most time with greatly impact your life.  They shape your beliefs, values and color your world.It is important to have good role models who are examples of proper principles. Who do you learn from?Who do […]

Guidelines to Enlightenment & Success

posted by The MEGA Coach

  From the Teachings of Roy Eugene Davis: The thoughts you habitually think, your mental attitudes and emotional states, reactions to events, personal relationships and actions are chosen by you.  How you think and behave determines your existing circumstances and those you […]

True Power and True Greatness

posted by The MEGA Coach

From The I Ching, by Brian Browne Walker   The Power of the Great. To achieve true power and true greatness one must be in harmony with what is right. False power and false greatness can be seen all around […]

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Everything Is Spirit
“Everything is Spirit – in essence, though hidden in manifestation.  If you had the perception, you would see God in everything.”   Parahansa Yogananda On this day of your life I believe God wants you to know… …everything is perfect Right Here, Right Now. And Right Here, Right Now

posted 12:00:08am Oct. 01, 2014 | read full post »

A Positive Mental Attitude
                      Do you have a positive mental attitude?  Success is 80% attitude and 20% aptitude and our attitude determines our results. If you want to know exactly where you are in your life, just ob

posted 12:00:40am Sep. 30, 2014 | read full post »

Respect - The Key to Life
          Respect – The Key To Life by Dave Chief, Grandson of Red Dog, Crazy Horse’s Band "Respect means no interruption. Respect means no confrontation. Respect means no accusation. Respect means no “mocking,” Especially, no mocking of elder

posted 12:00:25am Sep. 29, 2014 | read full post »

The Power of Persistence
                                                                   Young Abe Lincoln 1) Spent his childhood working on the family farm, with long d

posted 12:00:15am Sep. 26, 2014 | read full post »

When I Think of You
                                  from a good friend: When I think of you, I think of great towers of strength I think of mountains That reach high in the

posted 12:00:55am Sep. 25, 2014 | read full post »


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