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"Am I" or "I Am"?

Listen to these questions...
  • Am I giving?
  • Am I touching others in a positive way?
  • Am I appreciative?
  • Am I genuine?
  • Am I connecting with my family and friends?
  • Am I achieving my goals?
  • Am I attracting the right people?
Now read these statements aloud...
  • I am genuine.  I am giving.  I am appreciative.
  • I am connected to my friends and family.
  • I am touching others in a positive way.
  • I am attracting the right people.
  • I am achieving my goals.
The same words sound different as they roll off your tongue.  The emotions they generate in your brain is different.  The way you feel about yourself is dramatically different.

Everyone is looking for the next great diet, the next super food, or the next magic pill.

For me, I'm looking to change the words I use to change my life.  It's working.  I'm growing.  I'm becoming financially independent.  I'm earning respect and admiration by giving to others.  Finally, I'm doing good in the world and the world is rewarding me.

I don't have the magic pill or super system, or even all the answers.  But I am putting together the pieces.  If this message makes sense to you, I encourage you to check out this link.  I was skeptical, but 21 days ago I took a small leap forward.

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