Tag: fear

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Q & A # 1 – Overcoming The Fear of Speaking English

Woohoo! I’m kicking off a new edition of Q & A’s! That’s right, for those of you that ask questions about specific things, I’ll be featuring them on a podcast one a weekly basis (might be Wednesday) and answer your questions as fully as…

Find Yourself & Be Yourself: Remember There Is No One Else On Earth Like You

Sitting beachside and even going about waist deep into water….I was chatting with my befriended Egyptian friends in Male, Maldives.  When we were laughing and joking, I looked around and saw people of all ages smiling or laughing at us….because of what we were…

Controlling Inner Feelings + Different Types of Negative Thoughts

One of my students asked me yesterday about how to destroy these destructive thoughts, and of course, it all comes down to habit. Research has shown that people talk to themselves about 50,000 times a day.  Yes, this includes you – who are reading…

Napoleon Hill – The Slavery of Debt

Paying for something you can’t afford.  Ring a bell? You dig into your wallet and pullout that flashy master card, which has “debt-ridden” all over it.  You slide that card or insert it into the machine – little do you know what you’ve just…

Napoleon Hill – The Habit of Saving

Saving money is only a matter of habit.  So, we need to have a brief analysis of the Law of Habit. Through repetition, any act indulged in a few times becomes a habit, and the mind appears to be nothing more than a mass…

The Ramble of Positivity: Episode 6 – Start Asking The Right Questions

This past week was yet another character building week for me.  After conversations erupted whereas people did not see eye-to-eye with me, I found out my true self-worth and went on a journey of asking questions.  Seeing how much value I can bring to…

Tim Ferris – Uncovering Fear Disguised As Optimism

It’s exactly what Bob Proctor has been saying for over 50 years, too.  That paradigm.  That mental barrier that controls everything about us.  Right when we’re getting ready to make that life-altering decision we say, “ahhhhh, I can go next year.  I’m happy with…

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