Dare to Live without Limits

Dare to Live without Limits

by Bryan Golden


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This is an exceptional, easy to read book that will show you how to break free from your limitations to lead a full and rewarding life.

Inside you will learn how to:

· Change your life by changing your thinking
· Throw out your mental garbage
· Set and achieve your goals
· Get through tough times
· Squeeze the most out of each day
· Never stop learning
· Avoid burnout
· Control your emotions
· Gain a slight edge
· Overcome fear
· Accomplish the impossible
· Become self-reliant
· Deal with conflict
· Be happy and have fun
· Manage stress

This book fits into any hectic lifestyle. The chapters are self-contained and can be read in any order. Just spending a few minutes a day reading from this book will have a positive and dramatic impact on your life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780975368800
Publisher: Power Point Press
Publication date: 05/28/2004
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 756,708
Product dimensions: 5.55(w) x 8.59(h) x 0.44(d)

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Living without limits. Living your life to the fullest. Living with happiness. Living your dreams. Living free from fear and worry. You have the power to live your life any way you want. Your mind has awesome, untapped power that you can harness to direct, improve, and enrich your life.

Why doesn't everyone utilize their mind to the fullest?  There are several reasons. People are unaware of the power that they possess. People don't believe they have the potential that they do. People don't know how to utilize their potential.

You will never be as young as you are today. Life is not a practice run. So squeeze the most out of every day. Whatever has happened to you in the past is over. Don't allow your past to pollute your future. All that matters is what you do today.
To live life your way, you have access to the most powerful tool ever known.  This marvelous tool is your mind. It can be your ally or your enemy - the choice is yours.

To harness your mind's virtually unlimited power you must regularly feed it the right thoughts. Positive or negative, your mind digests and processes whatever you feed it. Only you can control your mental diet.

You can direct your mind to bring you the life that you really want. You don't have to settle or suffer. Only thoughts and attitudes differentiate success from failure. There are many definitions of success, but there is only one definition of failure: giving up. Winners never quit and quitters never win.

Everyone has problems and every problem has a solution. Problems are not something to be feared. They provide an opportunity to learn and grow. With every adversity there is an equivalent or greater opportunity. Successful people utilize their problems as stepping stones to reach their goals. Others use their problems as excuses to justify where they are and why they can't do more.

There's no escaping the law of cause and effect. If you do what you've always done, you'll continue to get what you've always gotten. To have different results you must take different action. Success is only possible by reaching out and extending into the unknown.

Don't fear failure. The concept of failure is learned; we are not born with it. Success is simply getting up one more time than you fall down. You haven't failed unless you stop getting up. To double your rate of success, double your failure rate.

Throughout life, we are told what we can't do. We hear "no" more than we hear "yes". To achieve success, we must unlearn the concept of failure. Those who succeed have purged their vocabularies of all negative concepts such as "failure", "won't work" and "can't do."

Consider the following examples:

o The Apple microcomputer was turned down by both Hewlett-Packard and Atari, but had first year sales of $2.5 million.
o In his first year in the automobile business, Henry Ford went bankrupt. Two years later, his second company also failed. His third corporation has done rather well, however.
o Dr. Seuss's first children's book was rejected by 23 publishers; the 24th publisher sold six million copies of it.
o Howard Hughes Sr. was forced to abandon his first oil well because he couldn't drill through the hard rock. He then founded Hughes Tool Co. and invented a rock drill that became the foundation for the family fortune.
o R.H. Macy went broke with his first three dry-goods stores.
o After Paul Galvin's storage-battery business failed for the second time in 1928, he borrowed $750, bought back part of it and went into business again as Motorola.

These are just a few examples of what the mind can accomplish. The people in these examples didn't possess anything that isn't available to you. You have unlimited potential. Whether you realize it is up to you. Your only limitations are the ones you impose upon yourself.

The application of these principles will touch and improve every aspect of your life. You can live without limits!


Table of Contents


1. The Power Within

2. The Basic Principles: An Overview

3. You Are What You Think About

4. Perception is Reality

5. Throw Out the Garbage

6. Set Goals

7. Plan to Reach Your Goals

8. An Eight Step Plan to Reach Your Goals

9. The Secrets of Achievement

10. Never Ever Give Up

11. The Certainty of Uncertainty

12. Tough Times Don't Last

13. Lessons from Nature

14. All We Have is Today

15. Looking Forward with Hindsight

16. Education Never Ends

17. Ask Questions

18. Information Overload: Avoiding Burnout

19. A Healthy Mind

20. Control Your Own Emotions

21. Guard Your Time

22. Patience

23. Activity vs. Productivity

24. The 80/20 Principle

25. The Slight Edge

26. Have an Attitude of Gratitude

27. What You Project You Receive

28. The Treasure Within You

29. Inspirational Dissatisfaction

30. Overcoming Fear

31. A Kite Flies Against the Wind

32. Your Choice

33. Impossible = It Means Possible

34. Winning vs. Losing

35. Self-reliance

36. Nice People Finish First

37. Overcoming Adversity

38. Cause and Effect

39. Living Without Anger

40. Interacting With Difficult People

41. Dealing With Conflict

42. Staying Sane in an Insane World

43. Be Happy - Have Fun

44. Don't Worry

45. Managing Stress

46. A Healthy Body

47. Take Chances

So where do you go from here?

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