Want to know what technique in my program made my niece say “it literally gives you super powers”?

If there is one thing that you must know about us Australians its this. We LOVE sports. Soccer, rugby, Aussie rules, cricket, swimming,tennis..you name it and we play it. In fact, we take a lot of pride in the fact that we have the best athletes in the world and dominate most of the sports that we take part in.   Aussies like playing their sports hard and aggressive..which is why we respect it when someone gives that aggression back to us. That happened in 1985 in Sydney…when one tiny little Indian stood tall against the mighty Australian cricket team. Now we take a lot of pride in the cricket team. After all the greatest Australian sportsman of al time, Sir Donald Bradman was a cricketer himself. So it was fascinating to watch this tiny indian guy bringing the fight back to us. His name: Sunil Gavaskar…one of the finest cricketers of all time. One thing I vividly remember during the match was that he used to repeatedly stand aside and mutter some things to himself. In fact, he used to do that whenever he felt like the bowler was getting the better of him. Years later I realized that he was doing a form of NLP! Its funny how timeless this wonderful method is! All the top athletes in the world go through rigorous visual training and nerve management… most of them have their own personal sports psychiatrists. And among some of the top level athletes, the one tool that they used time and time and time again to achieve athletic perfection is Neuro Linguistic Programming, or NLP...

Checkout this awesome piece by zenpencils

In the last few articles I went into great details about Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and how some of the greatest athletes of our era are using it to full potential. This article will be all about telling you how you can use this amazing power resource and bend it to your will. Ok so first thing’s first….why should you learn NLP in the first place? Human Beings are seemingly very complex creatures….but when you look deep into it…that complexity disappears. At the end of the day we are all governed by our mind….our mind is where all the impulses flows from. Our mind creates us…our minds destroys us.   To conquer your mind is to conquer your essence as a human being. What I want to offer to you <First Nmae>, via my coaching, is the art of conquering your mind. I want you to learn how to conquer your impulses so that you can move on from any heartbreaks and let go off all your negativity. I want you to stop choosing the wrong man and finally prepare yourself to get Mr. Right. So how does NLP help here? I have already given a very brief description of how it works in the last article…in my program I will teach you this concept in detail. For now, allow me to give you an example. I love Zenpencils.. and this is another example of their utter brilliance:   http://zenpencils.com/comic/nerdist/   Check it out! Anyway in my program I will help you master the science of NLP. So that you never need to feel hopeless or lost ever again…so...

Here is why most women humiliate and degrade themselves after divorce?

There are many ways that a bad divorce can affect you. It could be positive force of change in your life or it could lead you down a negative and self-destructive path. Sadly…more often than not divorce manifests a lot of negative and self-destructive energy. This leads to you being with men who are waaaayyyyyy below your standards and don’t deserve you.   But alas…that’s how the mind works. I have seen this happen sooo many times. Now I don’t mean to point fingers and offend anyone but you know what I am talking about don’t you? So many times I have seen divorced women humiliate themselves and degrade themselves to pamper and fawn on younger men just so that they could get some attention from them. Now I genuinely think that this happens because of two reasons.   Being with young men makes them feel beautiful. Loneliness. Loneliness: This goes without saying. We are all scared of dying alone… we are terrified at the prospect of being all by ourselves in our deathbed. So that is why after divorce a lot of women fawn and fall all over men who don’t deserve to be with them. They are in panic mode…anyone will do for them. Which is why women will spend money, and give up their body just in the hopes of keeping that man. Its not worth it to completely lose your self-respect to be with someone…it absolutely isn’t. No man is worth that much....

Most divorced women NEED to work on this ONE aspect ASAP

So as I was saying in the last article this is going the second part of a 2 parter. In this article we will explore WHY women disregard their self-respect after divorce to be with younger men, who are clearly exploiting them for money and sex. It all comes down to attitude.   Let me tell you about this woman that I used to know a long time back. Before I tell this story though let me make it clear that I am in no way judging her…Just retelling whatever happened. She was in a 20 year marriage when she first discovered that he was cheating. The signs were clearly there of course but she was living in denial. But one day she went through his phone and saw those text messages. The cat was out of the bag now….and it was all over. She felt insulted and humiliated. She felt ugly…on the outside and in the inside. One day after much coaxing her friends took her out to the bar for a pint and this young man approached her. He called her beautiful and that’s the first time she realized that maybe just maybe she is still desirable and not ugly. One thing led to another and they shared a night of passion. It was electric and she wanted to feel that again. Again she went out and slept with a new man…and then again and again and again. That was the only way she got the validation she needed. “I am not ugly..all these men want to sleep with me!” What she didn’t realize was that she...

Want to know what Sarah did after her beloved husband suddenly passed away?

Majority of my articles are centered around divorced women who have been wronged by their husbands. They are a majority in my article list after all. But this article…is not going to be about them. This one is for those whose marriages ended abruptly and cruelly… this is for those women who lost their loved one in a tragedy and unexpectedly. As you can expect… its hard for a widowed woman to find love again… and its mainly because of the chip that they carry on their shoulder.   Let me tell you about a friend’s cousin Sarah. I have a feeling that listening to someone else’s story makes one more empathetic rather than just hearing empty words. So she married her husband in 1985 and they had been together for close to 23 years. One day she was making pie for her husband…he always loved cherry pie. That’s when she got a call that turned her life on its head. Her beloved hubby had died of a stroke while grocery shopping. Everything changed that day… and she sold her house and got a job in Sydney. She wanted to startover. Things were going pretty well in Sydney… her kids were supportive and everything and they told her to put herself back in the field again. So the dates began… she met many wonderful men. And some of those men could have resulted in happy relationships. But she couldn’t bring herself to do that. In her eyes… dating someone else was equivalent to cheating. In her mind she was still married to that man… she couldn’t bring herself to...

Here is a video that I made back in the day which will help you immensely

One of the biggest things that I have noticed about women who go through divorce is their inability to say “No”. It could be about anything…either they are filling up their schedule to do various chores for people that they don’t really want to do. Or maybe they just can’t bring themselves to say “No” when it comes to men. One way or another its their way of combating loneliness. Maybe nobody will want me now that I am too old… so I should just make do with whatever I can get. That kind of thinking is poisonous. You should never ever “settle” for something….isn’t that why you got divorced in the first place? More often than not its mainly because you settled for a man who was way below what you deserve. You should never ever compromise on your happiness. The fact is…and I have stated this in a previous article… you should realize that you are not alone. You have your family, your friends, people who care about you. You have to live on and be happy for them than for yourself. Remember, life is short and you cannot compromise on it and nor should you. Learn to say “No” to make sure that you are focusing your energy on the right things. Here is a video I made sometime back regarding the power of “No”. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt6adfD0V6w...