Title of Article - *You Are A Walking Ad*
Author - Jan Tincher mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Word count - 500 words word-wrapped at 60 char. per line
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You Are A Walking Ad
~ By Jan Tincher
Copyright © Jan Tincher - All Rights reserved
What exactly is an ad? An ad sells something. How are
you selling yourself? . . .
Just imagine for a moment that you are a walking
billboard and there's *your* ad is on the billboard for
everyone to see.
Your billboard shows the world what your mind is telling
Now, let's look at that billboard. What's it saying now?
*I don't want to go to work this morning.*
Ah. Your brain is remembering other times your mind has
told it that. Your mind told it, *I don't want to go to work
this morning.* Then, it followed up with, *I don't feel so
good.* Your brain took it from there. If you don't feel so
good, it means your stomach is upset or you have a
headache. Whatever works for you. Pretty soon, you've
stacked up some sick days and you know your boss is
going to be mad, etc.
You know what that all is, don't you? It's a pattern. It's a
pattern you've made and it's a pattern you can break.
From now on, whenever you say anything to yourself,
imagine your billboard. It's about ten feet high and six
feet wide and right in front of you. Veeeery noticeable.
Your thoughts are plastered on it for everyone to see.
The minute your mind hears your pattern begin, the
*I don't want to go to work this morning* pattern,
see it on the billboard, and immediately erase it!
Have it be gone. If it comes back up again, repeat
the action. Keep it up until it doesn't come back.
Replace it with things you want. *My, I look good
today, don't I?* *I think great things are going to
happen today.* *I'm feeling a lot of good energy
today.* *I'm going to make my boss proud today.*
Make sure your bulletin board is made up of the
best ads available! See yourself feeling good every
day. Watch as the good things start to happen.
Thanks for reading.
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