Friday, October 7, 2011

Be Happy-Develop Your Positive Energy

You can have anything you want but you must want it desperately enough. You must want it with an exuberance that may erupt through the skin. Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out they've got a second. Give your dreams all you've got and you'll be amazed at the energy that comes out of you.

Energy is equal to desire and purpose. If your energy is as boundless as your ambition, total commitment may be a way of life you should seriously consider. Life engenders life. Energy creates energy. It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich. Love the moment, and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries. Crime is naught but misdirected energy. Energy is the power that drives every human being. It is not lost by exertion but maintained by it, for it is a faculty of the psyche.

Energy is the one thing that at times we all feel we need more of. What most people find is that when they are doing what they love that the energy comes naturally. When you have a passion for what you are doing you will find energy is something that you have lots of.

The higher your energy level, the more efficient your body and the more efficient your body, the better you feel and the more you will use your talent to produce outstanding results.

Positive energy creates a successful life. Negative energy leads to failure and struggle. Change your energy and you'll enjoy greater success... With positive energy you'll attract positive people who will help you get what you want and enjoy the life you want. With negative energy you'll attract the people who will force you to struggle, and you'll make the wrong choices.

Every thought, and every belief is made of energy and the energy from these thoughts and beliefs are sent through your body and force you to take actions that mirror those thoughts and beliefs. Others pick up on your energy and are either drawn to you based on that energy or they're pushed away - choosing to avoid you because of your energy.

If you're not with the right person, if you're not making the kind of money you want, if you're not living in the home you want to live in, if you're not in the job you want, if you're not in the career you want, if you're generally unhappy or not doing what you really want to do then you're probably sending out the wrong energy.

Sending out wrong energy leads to more and more failure, and more and more struggle. Today I'll show you how to change your energy, so that you start sending out the right energy and so that you begin to attract the people, situations and opportunities that will help you get what you want.

You're constantly sending and receiving energy... and it's this energy that shapes and creates your life. You'll attract the people, situations and opportunities that reflect your energy level. Your energy is controlled by your thoughts, and beliefs. You can change your energy by changing your thoughts and beliefs. So think about what you want in life or what you would want to change or achieve. Then think about why you can have what you want, why you can succeed and continue to do this as often as you can.

At first your mind will reject your new ideas and new thoughts. And it will do this by telling you that you can't have what you want - or that you don't deserve to have what you want. Don't believe those negative thoughts. Because you can... and you do deserve to have what you want. You're only rejecting these new ideas because you're not used to thinking this way. You're not used to believing in yourself. So it's natural to reject these thoughts and new beliefs.

Instead of giving up, you must forge ahead. And have some fun thinking new positive thoughts and creating new positive beliefs. You may keep thinking about what you want throughout the day - but do this with the intention of getting what you want. So when you get those thoughts of doubt and feel like you can't... change those thoughts and keep thinking about succeeding. Your mind will try to tell you that you can't succeed. But you can. And you're only thinking that you can't because that's what you're used to doing.

As you continue to think about what you want, you start to think about how you can succeed and how you can achieve your goals - then you begin to shift your energy. The more often you work with this exercise the sooner you begin to change your energy. Once you change your energy you begin to attract and have more of what you want. So continue to fill your mind with thoughts about getting what you want. Keep thinking about having what you want. Think of how and why you should succeed. As you do this you begin to tap into your higher power and direct that power to bring you the people, situations and opportunities to succeed. So give positive instructions to this power.

You must create positive energy by eliminating the negative energy. You may start doing this today - the sooner the better. Since you are a powerful human being, you can accomplish anything that you want.You must shift your energy so that you start enjoying your life and enjoy greater success and happiness.

Be Happy - Develop Your Positive Energy.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Be Happy: Be Happy – Believe Upon Yourself.

Be Happy: Be Happy – Believe Upon Yourself.: Believing you're better than others are may help you succeed though generally, people routinely lack their confidence upon their abilities. ...

Be Happy – Believe Upon Yourself.

Believing you're better than others are may help you succeed though generally, people routinely lack their confidence upon their abilities. Sometime, they start some job but in the midway, give up. It is lack of confidence. Lack of confidence can be made up of several different aspects like: guilt, anger turned inward, unrealistic expectations of perfection, false sense of humility, fear of change or making mistakes, depression etc.

On the other hand, some people have overconfidence. Overconfidence can be a good thing, perhaps by boosting ambition, resolve, and other traits, creating self-fulfilling prophecies. It is called the most pervasive and potentially catastrophic of all the cognitive biases to which human beings fall victim. It has been blamed for lawsuits, strikes, wars, and stock market bubbles and crashes. Overconfidence can be beneficial to individual self-esteem as well as giving an individual the will to succeed in their desired goal.

Now, new computer simulations show that a false sense of optimism, whether when deciding to go to war or investing in a new stock, can often improve your chances of winning. There hasn't been a good explanation for why we are overconfident. Some time, overconfidence pays off when costs are low. You can make experiment without fear of any major loss if your overconfidence does not work well.

Johnson and colleague James Fowler, of the University of California, San Diego, developed a model using evolutionary game theory to explore how individuals with different strategies perform in competition with each other. In the model two imaginary individuals, X and Y, stake claims for resources. If both claim the resource and fight over it, the stronger individual wins and gains the resource. Both individuals pay a cost for fighting over it. If only one claims the resource, he gets it for free. If neither claims it, neither gets anything.

Johnson also noted two important twists: The virtual competitors may either overestimate or underestimate their real strength. Secondly, there may be uncertainty, or a degree of error in how a competitor perceives his opponents' strength. Based on these factors, a person then decides whether or not to claim the resource, while risking a fight if the other individual also claims it. They base their decision on their own perceived strength compared with how strong they believe their opponent to be.

The beauty of the model is it captures a lot of types of human competition whether it's arguing a court case or fighting over resources such as territory.The team ran simulations over thousands of generations with individuals who had varying levels of overconfidence and varying levels of error in their assessments of others, and observed which strategies were effective. As with physical evolution, advantageous strategies survived—or were naturally selected—and were passed down to the next generation. The results, published in the journal Nature, showed that overconfidence pays off only when there is uncertainty about opponents' real strengths, and when the benefits of the prize at stake is sufficiently larger than the costs.

If we compare both conditions – lack of confidence and overconfidence, I think both are not good if you are interested to achieve some target. Your confidence means you need to believe upon yourself. How? First, you need to value your time. Because

Time is too slow,

For those who wait

(for an appropriate opportunity).

Too swift for those who fear.

(for taking a risk)

Too long for those who grieve,

(for not getting something they desire)

Too short for those who rejoice,

(for material achievements)

But for those who love to work,
Time is eternity.

For getting confidence over yourself, you need to put in yourself in the work you assign to yourself against the target you fix after due deliberations of your resources, capabilities and your time. Confidence is generally described as a state of being certain either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective and this you can do when you are mentally ready to undertake some job with a view of your capabilities, resources and other matter. You must believe upon yourself so that you are able to concentrate upon the work. How would you start to believe upon you? It is a simple method. Try to consider the following:

1. You Must Dress up Yourself According to the Occasion.

Although clothes don’t make a person, they certainly affect the way you feel about yourself. No one is more conscious of your physical appearance than you are. When you don’t look good, it changes the way you carry yourself and interact with other people. You must use this to your advantage by taking care of your personal appearance. In most cases, significant improvements can be made by bathing very frequently, wearing clean clothes, and being cognizant of the latest styles.

This doesn’t mean you need to spend a lot on clothes. You may spend twice as much, to buy half as much. Rather than buying a bunch of cheap clothes, you must buy half as many but selected, high quality items. In long run this decreases spending because expensive clothes wear out less easily and stay in style longer than cheap clothes. Buying less also helps reduce the clutter in your closet.

2. You Must Walk Faster.

One of the easiest ways to tell how a person feels about himself/herself is to examine the walk that person undertakes. Is it slow? tired? painful? Or is it energetic and purposeful? People with confidence walk quickly. They have places to go, people to see, and important work to do. Even if you aren’t in a hurry, you can increase your self confidence by putting some pep in your step. Walking 25% faster will make to you look and feel more important.

3. You Must Display Good Posture.

Similarly, by practicing good posture, you’ll automatically feel more confident because the way a person carries herself/himself tells a story. People with slumped shoulders and lethargic movements display a lack of self confidence. They aren’t enthusiastic about what they’re doing and they don’t consider themselves important. Stand up straight, keep your head up, and make eye contact. You’ll make a positive impression on others and instantly feel more alert and empowered.

4. You Must Examine Yourself How You Deliver Your Views Before an Audience.

One of the best ways to build confidence is listening to a motivational speech. Unfortunately, opportunities to listen to a great speaker are few and far between. You can fill this need by creating a personal commercial. Write a 30-60 second speech that highlights your strengths and goals. Then recite it in front of the mirror aloud (or inside your head if you prefer) whenever you need a confidence boost.

5. You Must Express Your Gratitude For The Favors You Get.

When you focus too much on what you want, the mind creates reasons why you can’t have it. This leads you to dwell on your weaknesses. The best way to avoid this is consciously focusing on gratitude. Set aside time each day to mentally list everything you have to be grateful for. Recall your past successes, unique skills, loving relationships, and positive momentum. You’ll be amazed how much you have going for you and motivated to take that next step towards success.

6. You Should Compliment Other People Very Freely.

When we think negatively about ourselves, we often project that feeling on to others in the form of insults and gossip. To break this cycle of negativity, get in the habit of praising other people. Refuse to engage in backstabbing gossip and make an effort to compliment those around you. In the process, you’ll become well liked and build self confidence. By looking for the best in others, you indirectly bring out the best in yourself.

7. You Must Sit in the front row.

In schools, offices, and public assemblies around the world, people constantly strive to sit at the back of the room. Most people prefer the back because they’re afraid of being noticed. This reflects a lack of self confidence. By deciding to sit in the front row, you can get over this irrational fear and build your self confidence. You’ll also be more visible to the important people talking from the front of the room.

8. You Must Not Hesitate to Speak up.

During group discussions many people never speak up because they’re afraid that people will judge them for saying something stupid. This fear isn’t really justified. Generally, people are much more accepting than we imagine. In fact most people are dealing with the exact same fears. By making an effort to speak up at least once in every group discussion, you’ll become a better public speaker, more confident in your own thoughts, and recognized as a leader by your peers.

9. You May Undertake Some Work out.

Along the same lines as personal appearance, physical fitness has a huge effect on self confidence. If you’re out of shape, you’ll feel insecure, unattractive, and less energetic. By working out, you improve your physical appearance, energize yourself, and accomplish something positive. Having the discipline to work out not only makes you feel better, it creates positive momentum that you can build on the rest of the day.

10. You Should always Focus on contribution.

Too often we get caught up in our own desires. We focus too much on ourselves and not enough on the needs of other people. If you stop thinking about yourself and concentrate on the contribution you’re making to the rest of the world, you won’t worry as much about you own flaws. This will increase self confidence and allow you to contribute with maximum efficiency. The more you contribute to the world the more you’ll be rewarded with personal success and recognition.

The above steps, a few amongst many others, may help you believing upon yourself and achieve your targets as you get your confidence.

Be Happy – Believe Upon Yourself.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Be Happy: Be Happy - Be Effective at Work.

Be Happy: Be Happy - Be Effective at Work.: Work is worship. For your survival you need to work, whatsoever be that. You need to work for your meals, for digesting your intakes, for ma...

Be Happy - Be Effective at Work.

Work is worship. For your survival you need to work, whatsoever be that. You need to work for your meals, for digesting your intakes, for making arrangements for them whether you appoint some servants for cooking or so – but you may have to work. Assumed that you have got a lot of money to spend, you need to work even for that spending. You may have to visit market, or go through the internet to find out the goods of your choice – you will have to work.

Sometime, you may consider yourself to be effective at work. Is in’t so? Many of us like to think that we're 100 percent effective. The truth is that most of us have strengths and weaknesses that impact our effectiveness. We need introspection of ourselves so that we may benefit from changing at least a few of our skills, and we can be even more effective. For instance, perhaps you've always excelled at time management. But how much time do you put into learning new skills, or staying on the top of your group? Your effectiveness can always ensure reservation of top seat for you.

We need to remain truly effective at work. It certainly pays off throughout our careers. Effective workers get exciting projects, win important clients, and are well respected by their colleagues and bosses. But how can you become more effective, and make sure that you don't miss out on these great opportunities? And what should you focus on? This applies not only in your office or works but even in your life also. You may take the following action, if you feel appropriate.

1. You May Identify Your Priorities.

One of the most crucial steps in becoming fully effective at your work is to know your purpose of being there at work. After all, if you don't know what your job is there to achieve, how can you set appropriate priorities? If you don't set priorities, you'll be forever buried under a mountain of work, unable to tell the difference between what's important, and what isn't. To identify your job's true purpose, perform a job analysis. This will help you uncover your most important objectives, so that you can start prioritizing tasks effectively.

2. Please Adopt a Good Attitude

People with a good attitude take the initiative whenever they can without any dictation or incentive. They willingly help a colleague in need, they pick up the slack when someone is off sick, and they make sure that their work is done to the highest standards.

A good attitude at work will do more than just earn you respect: setting standards for your work and your behavior means that you're taking responsibility for yourself. This admirable trait is hard to find in many organizations. But demonstrating ethical decision-making and integrity could open many doors for you in the future. So, you must focus on adopting a good attitude at work, and make decisions that intuitively ring true.

3. You Should Try to Build Up Essential Skills.

Chances are that you have a lot of competing demands on your time. One of the best ways of becoming more effective at work is to learn how to manage your time more efficiently. Other key areas include learning how to manage stress, improving your communication skills, and taking action on career development. All of these can have a major impact on your work.

4. You May Manage Your Time To Ensure Maximum Productivity.

Probably the most crucial thing that you can do to become more effective at work is to learn how to manage your time. Without this skill, your days will feel like a frantic race, with every project, email, and phone call competing for your attention. For that, you may start by looking at your daily schedule to know how you spend your time every day. If not, the answer might surprise you! You can use an activity log to analyze how much time you're devoting to your various tasks, like attending meetings, checking email and making phone calls. It can be an eye-opening experience to look at this objectively, especially if you discover that you're spending lots of time on tasks that don't help you meet your objectives.

Once you know how you're using your time, you need to learn how to prioritize activities. If you know which jobs are important, and which can be rescheduled or delegated, you'll be able to focus on the work that brings the most value. To keep track of everything, use an organizing tool like a To-Do List or, better still, an Action Program, to make sure you don't forget vital tasks and commitments.

Being effective at work means you use time to your advantage. Schedule your highest value work for the times of day when you're feeling the most energetic. This increases the likelihood that you'll resist distractions and enter a state of flow when working.

5. You Must Set Up Your Goal.

Goal setting is another important element in working productively. Once you've done a Job Analysis as advised above, you should have a clear sense of what your role is all about. Use this information to set short and long-term goals. The advantage of doing this is that your goals act as a roadmap - after all, you'll never get anywhere if you don't know where you're going!

6. You May Develop Good Team.

Good organization is also important for working effectively and productively. If you're disorganized, you can waste a huge amount of time just looking for lost items. You must ensure proper location of every thing you work with – your tools, your documents, your accessories etc.

7. You Must Nurture Your Communication Skills.

For nurturing your communication skills, you must think about just how often we communicate every day. We make phone calls, attend meetings, write email, give presentations, talk to customers, and so on: it can seem that we spend all day communicating! This is why good communication skills are essential, especially when your goal is to work more effectively.

You may start by developing your active listening skills. This means that you're making a concerted effort to really hear and understand what other people are saying to you. You should not plan out what you're going to say next while the other person is talking. Instead, just listen to what they're saying. You may be surprised at how much miscommunication can be avoided simply by listening actively.

Further, you should look at your writing skills. How well do you communicate in writing? You may start with your emails. Most of us write dozens of emails every day. For instance, always keep to one main topic when writing an email. Putting several important topics in one message will make it difficult for your colleague to prioritize and sort information. If you do need to bring up several different points, then number them sequentially, or split them into separate messages with relevant subject headings.

Of course, we usually do a lot more writing than just email. We use Instant Messaging, we write reports, and we create presentations. You'll be more effective in your role if you learn how to communicate better across all these media, and your boss and colleagues are bound to appreciate your skills, since they'll be the main beneficiaries!

8. You May Try to Overcome Your Stress.

It is true that a little bit of pressure can be a good thing. But when pressure exceeds your ability to cope, your productivity will go down, and your mood suffers. You can also lose your ability to make solid, rational decisions; and excessive stress can cause health problems, both in the short and long term.

No matter what you do, you're likely to experience stress numerous times throughout your career, perhaps even on a regular basis. This is why learning how to manage stress is a key factor in becoming more effective at work.

You must try to get a good night's sleep every night, and do your best to avoid taking work home with you. It's also important to relax when you get home in the evening.

If you're not sure what triggers your stress, you may keep a stress diary for a week or two. This helps you to identify the events that cause you stress, and understand the degree to which you experience it. When you're feeling calm, you can then analyze these triggers and come up with effective strategies for managing them.

9. You Must Undertake Career Development/Learning.

No matter whatever be your age, whatever be your field, you always need to develop soft skills in addition to the technical skills required to do your job.These include leadership skills, problem solving techniques, emotional intelligence skills, and creative thinking. Anything you can do to enhance these skills will pay off in the workplace.

You may also please consider if there are any qualifications that you don't have that a reasonable person would consider appropriate for your field. If so, could this be holding you back from advancement or promotion? For instance, would it be useful to have a particular degree or other certification if you want to apply for a management position? Are you lacking any specific skills?

In some roles, keeping up-to-date with developments in your industry helps you stay relevant. This will help you do your job better, especially as you climb the ranks.

When we're truly effective at work, we manage our time well, we communicate clearly, and we have a good attitude. Since effective workers are often the most respected and the most productive in their workplaces, they're often the first to be considered for a promotion. So it's definitely worth the effort to build skills here! You may start by doing a job analysis to discover what your role is really about. Moreover, you may learn how to manage your time better, communicate more effectively, and control any stress. You can sure that you devote time towards further learning and career development. You never know how or when these new skills will pay off!

Be Happy - Be Effective at Work.