PAST

I had some thoughts about my future when I was a college student. Thinking about what I’d feel like when I was a little bit older. Thinking about what I’d like to feel like. Real simple stuff, but I wasn’t pressuring myself to stand up and be anybody. Sorry! No not true. I’m grateful and blessed.

Jobs that came to me through many avenues taught me simple and difficult lessons. One being how to use sticky notes. Just figured that one out on my MAC.

I am thinking about what sort of differences there are about how I feel now from the way I was after I graduated college.

A realization I had was that I don’t smother my dreams as quickly. Percistence and being able to know that my past is important brought me to where I am now. I wasn’t going to let myself forget this application of thoughts of grandeur. We all decide to be patient and it takes a lot of practice.

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Intuition

affirmations

The greatest discovery of the 19th century was nothing in the realm of the physical sciences, but the power of the subconscious mind touched by faith. Any individual can tap into an eternal reservoir of power that will enable them to overcome any problem that may arise. All weaknesses can be overcome, bodily healing, financial independence, spiritual awakening, prosperity beyond your wildest dreams. This is the superstructure of happiness.
~ William James

 enhance the process of visualization. The ability to realize your path and stay on the path of fulfillment protects against negative energy that may block your dreams.

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Transferable and critical skills

I choose to be quiet. I choose to be radical. I choose to be rational. I choose to be realistic, reasonable, reassuring, reflective, relaxed, reliable, remote, reserved, respectful, responsible, scientific, searching, self-accepting and self assertive. I chose to be self-aware, conscious, sensitive, useful, wise and a good manager. I also choose to be a counselor, editor, salesperson, scientist, secretary and teacher. I am choosing to be a consultant, coordinator, director, promoter and volunteer. I choose to be skilled at customer service, publishing, filing, interviewing, keyboarding, public speaking, scheduling, writing and typing. I choose to be punctual, able to get things done, follow instructions and get along well with others. I choose to be assertive, diplomatic, detail-oriented, enthusiastic, flexible, highly motivated, ingenious, have integrity, be inventive, learn quickly, be outgoing, persistent, physically strong, proud, self-motivated. I choose to accept responsibility, meet deadlines, supervise others, have a sense of direction, be sincere, sociable, tactful, tolerant, tough, trusting, understanding and willing to learn new things. I choose to accept responsibility, supervise others, meet deadlines, count, drive, draw, assemble, balance, maintain endurance, gather, craft, observe, inspect, tolerate, set standards, restore, comfort, communicate, resolve conflict, counsel, consult, develop rapport, respect diversity, have empathy, be encouraging, group facilitate, inspire, inquire, instruct, listen, mediate, mentor, motivate, negotiate, solve problems and sympathize.