“The Worry Buster”

“As A Rule Men Worry More About What They Can’t See Than About What They Can”*

It’s an interesting paradox that the imagination has the power to manifest what we want, but it can also summon in what we don’t want. Most of us live our lives in the realm of the imagination, fantasizing, dreaming, and worrying.

When we worry that what we fear might happen, it’s as though we’re living it in the present moment because our nervous system doesn’t know the difference between what’s real and what’s vividly imagined.

“A Day Of Worry Is More Exhausting Than A Week Of Work”*

Oftentimes, we aren’t even sure of what we’re worried about because we try to chase it away instead of getting inside of it and dealing with it analytically. But, therein lies the cure.

When we analyze it, we can find the underlying fear that’s causing us to worry. For example, fear of the unknown can cause us not to get started on a new project. Or because of all the hard work it entails, fear of success can paralyze us because we don’t want to get out of our comfort zone.

That’s why when I procrastinate by working on lots of other things besides the goal that I really want to achieve, I know that something is wrong. That’s when I sit down, grab a pen and paper, and I destroy my worries with “The Worry Buster.”

There are 4 parts to “The Worry Buster.”

  1. Ask yourself – what exactly is the problem?

Fear of failure, success, rejection, or criticism are the most common ones that rear their ugly heads when you want to work on a new project or on a big goal. Figure out which one it is then…

2. Ask yourself – what’s the worst possible scenario?

If you get yourself to take action despite your fear, and you finish your project or reach your goal, what’s the worst thing that can happen? Whatever it is…

3. Decide to – accept the worst possible scenario.

When you determine that you’ll be able to handle the worst case scenario, you break free from the chains of worry. Then you’ll discover that reaching your goal, no matter what the outcome, is still success in itself. Yet still…

4. Decide to – begin improving on the worse case scenario.

Read the books, study whatever you need to learn, and persevere until the worst case scenario is no longer a possibility. Then you will become the master of your fate.

“I Never Worry About Action, Only Inaction”*

All the best, – Herb.

Quotes – *Julius Caesar,*John Lubbock,*Winston Churchill


10 Steps To A Positive Mental Attitude

Since thoughts and feelings have a magnetic pull that attract like unto themselves out of the quantum field, the benefits of developing and maintaining a PMA are many.

In fact, stripped of all non-essentials, life itself boils down to two major divisions: good and bad, positive and negative, heaven and hell.

Logically, it makes sense that any activity undertaken with a PMA will go a lot better than with a NMA, yet still most people struggle. And that’s because of negative past conditioning that became habit.

But, like everything else in life, developing a PMA is learnable. Then through frequent use it becomes a habit.

Here’s 10 Steps to a PMA.

1.Take Control Of Your Own Mind.

Realize that you have the power to choose which thoughts you entertain and dwell upon. If you’re in the habit of thinking negatively then decide today to change it. When a negative thought enters your mind shake it off, and say, “change it.” Then focus on the good in every situation.

2. Stay Determined To Focus Your Mind Only On What You Want.

It’s the basics of the law of attraction that your dominant thoughts usher in related feelings. Then those thoughts and feelings attract more of the same into your life. Therefore, when you focus on what you don’t want – you only get more of it. So, train your mind to focus only on what you want.

3. Flush Negative Thoughts From Your Mind By Monitoring Your Feelings.

Since your thoughts determine your feelings, the best way to monitor your thoughts is to be aware of how you’re feeling. When you find yourself feeling discouraged, depressed, frustrated, or unhappy, laugh at yourself for letting negative thoughts enter your mind – then flush them into the void.

4. Set Goals.

Decide exactly what it is that you want to be, do, and have. Then put it in writing. The true power of goals lies in the fact that they get you to focus on what you want – not on what you don’t want.

5. Meditate And Visualize.

Now that you’ve defined what it is that you want, dream about it frequently. Relax deeply, especially upon awakening and before falling asleep. Then in your mind’s eye see your goals, and feel them as though they have already come true.

6. Decide To Be Happy.

The best way I’ve found to be happy is simple – ask yourself what you have to be happy about and grateful for. Go for a brisk walk, and come up with long lists of answers for both questions. By the end of your walk, you’ll be on top of the world. Of course, when you’re happy, you’ll also make others happy.

7. Learn To Forgive And Be Tolerant.

We’re all only human. Therefore, we’ve all done stupid and mean things, and we’ve all made mistakes. When you can forgive yourself and others, the wounds heal. When your tolerant with yourself and others, you are more relaxed. Then in your wisdom, you manifest positive things.

8. Use Positive Affirmations.

W. Clement Stone, who along with Napoleon Hill, co-wrote my favorite self-help book Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude {<Free Copy} was well known for saying, “I feel healthy! I feel happy! I feel terrific!” Repeated affirmations tap into the power of your subconscious mind, making the affirmation become your reality. It’s no surprise that Stone lived to be 100 years old.

9. “Assume A Virtue If You Have It Not.”*

It’s the basics of the law of assumption that when you act enthusiastically, for example, you then become enthusiastic. So, when you start to act as though you are happy – you then become happy. Stand tall, breath deeply, and put a smile on your face, then ask yourself what you have to be happy about.

10. Use The Power Of Prayer.

Even if you don’t believe in a God of some sort, you can still pray to your subconscious mind. Praying is incredibly powerful when done with the faith and gratitude that your prayer has already been answered. When done properly, you are sure to get what you pray for, or something even better. Of that you can be …positive.

Have a great day, – Herb.

Quotes – William Shakespeare.





How To Overcome Fear

“Fear Is The Mind-Killer”*

Deep within you whispers a desire to accomplish something great. Your dreams beckon, and your heart aches for its expression, but then the quarrel within starts.

Fear of failure rears its ugly head, or perhaps it’s fear of success, ridicule, or one of the others – you don’t even know. But next thing you do know, before you even get to work on making your dreams come true, you’ve already given up.

Therein lies the reason that most people die with their music still in them. The desire that calls to them from within is like an Angel of God telling them what their purpose for being here is, yet instead they listen and give in to their fears.

“Fear Is The Great Paralyzer”*

To kill the fear thought that challenges your desire, you must face it courageously by taking action despite your fear.

You must learn how to believe that you can do a thing, before you can do it. Develop the tremendous forces of faith and courage to help insure that your desire sees the light of day.

Because the Infinite Intelligence of the Universal Mind is just and kind, the burning desire of your longing to do a thing is proof that you can do it, for God never mocks us.

“Courage Is Resistance To Fear, Mastery Of Fear, Not Absence Of Fear”*

You must breath life into your dreams of a better life that haunt you. When you wake up and when you go to sleep, seize hold of your imagination and direct it by visualizing your dreams made manifest.

Tap into the treasures of your subconscious mind which is In Tune With The Infinite {<Free Copy} by Ralph Waldo Trine, and creative ideas will just seem to flow through you.

The end is the beginning, therefore harness the powers of the law of assumption by acting as though you are already the type of person that you long to be. Then your subconscious mind will find the ways to make it so.

“Every Action Must Be Prompted By A Motive”*

Define specifically what it is that you want. Then turn the fire of your desire into a blazing inferno by making a list of the reasons why you want it.

Since only 3% of the population put their goals in writing, and those same 3% own more wealth than the other 97% combined, put your major definite purpose down on paper along with the plans for its obtainment.

Then follow through by doing what you plan to do, and you’ll break on through to the other side of fear where success has been waiting for you all along.

“I Learned That Courage Was Not The Absent Of Fear, But The Triumph Over It”*

When we harbor a fear thought, for example the fear of poverty, the fear thought fuses itself into the very texture of our existence, and thus makes us a magnet that attracts even more poverty into our life.

Resolve that you will break through your fears by taking action, and the fear will wither and die. And conversely the courage and momentum from taking action will rise up to the challenge growing stronger still.

Hold on tenaciously to your dreams, to your purpose, to your ideal, and the Universe will help you to achieve what you long for.

Every great achievement was first born in the mind of its creator. Then by chipping away at the stone blow by blow, and day by day, a masterpiece was created.

“Be Ye Transformed By The Renewing Of Your Mind”*

It might seem like a miracle to the unenlightened, but really it is just an exact success formula that is governed by the laws of mind.

Isn’t it time to stand up and claim your birthright as a remarkable human being? I know that you can do it my friend, so just do it now.

All the best, – Herb.

Quotes – *Frank Herbert, *Herb Norcott, *Mark Twain, *Leonardo Da Vinci, *Nelson Mandela, *Romans 12:2.