If you had the opportunity to work with me on my pilot program unleashes the power of your money (based on the MBM method) you know that my basic belief is that as well as you do money as you do everything. The relationship you have with the money is a reflection of the relationship you have with yourself. Money is basically a metaphor for the sense of your own worth and self-esteem. It increase your self-esteem and your heritage. They go hand in hand. Money is a part of our lives that we need to handle, face, arrange and pay attention daily even several times throughout each day. It is something that will never go away while we are walking and breathing on this planet.
The good news is that it is easy to make a major transformation in the way you interact with the money. When you start to make you a series of powerful questions, you quickly begin to understand the relationship that exists between how you value yourself, other aspects of your life and your other relationships. It is truly magical when you can experience this. Today I want to share with you one of the exercises that I teach in my program MBM (Money Breakthrough Method) secrets to increase your wealth and your self-esteem. There is a section where we talk about forgiving debts and other money issues from your past that you can feel guilty. I’m going to share with you one of the exercises from that module is to create your personal debt repayment plan: step 1: lists all debts from the smallest to the largest. It includes who owe money, the amount to be paid, the interest rate, the date of payment and the required minimum payment. Step 2: Decide when shall be paid every debt. Tip: Set shorter periods than simply the total divided by the minimum payment so that inspires you to pay faster.
All have noticed that after a night without sleep we feel tired, bad smoke, and we become slow and unproductive. And it is during sleep important roles that renews our mind and our body are carried out. However, millions of people can not enjoy a full day, alert and productive because the previous night failed to fall asleep. Insomnia affects millions of people around the world. In 1959 Peter Tripp, a broadcaster in New York, decided to stay awake all the time that could.
Past four nights without sleep he began to have problems remembering the alphabet, then he began having hallucinations. I saw his shoes filled with cobwebs, vermin on your table work and even a non-existent rabbit in a corner. Your mental concentration was affected and became paranoid, believing that their co-workers as well as the doctors and nurses who watched his State of health conspired to hurt. The interesting thing is that, despite everything, every night Tripp achieved RID during three hours of his paranoia, lack of concentration and hallucinations, to transmit their radio program. During this time Tripp gave the hour, I read commercial, conversed with the public and gave the weather report of apparently normal form. While, as we have seen, in his daily conduct Tripp gave signs of a serious mental disturbance, somehow he could in certain moments overcome time just to fulfill his duty.
Just before the transmission of the last programme made during this period Tripp suffered a panic attack. Believing that the doctor was coming to bury him alive began shouting and assaulting anyone who was found of means. However arrival time on its agenda she calmed down and I can do the same without that none of those who heard him could suspect the condition it was in. After that program Tripp left their marathon and finally retired to sleep.