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You are uncertain about what you are going to do next your feeling like you’re fighting an uphill battle. You’re spending most of your day trying to cope with past decisions. You just aren’t a happy person. You probably are ready for a change.

You probably are feeling bad about who you are and what you felt was the right course for you. You know you need a change, but what will everyone think? You aren’t a failure things just didn’t work out the way you planned, (get over it) you learned so much more than you lost.

You are ready to change directions but it is fear that is probably holding you back. You are thinking of all the scary things that may or may not happen to you. Realize most of the concerns you have will never come to fruition. Face up to your decision to move on and in a different direction.

Being indecisive about what you want. – You will never leave where you are until you decide where you would rather be. It’s all about finding and pursuing your passion. Neglecting passion blocks creative flow. When you’re passionate, you’re energized. Likewise, when you lack passion, your energy is low and unproductive. Energy is everything when it comes to being successful. Make a decision to figure out what you want, and then pursue it passionately.

You must clearly define what you want and get moving.

Here’s To Your Success,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts Here

 
Jerry Scicchitano

Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.
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Here is an encouraging fact. Believe it! You can be free from unproductive habits. You can develop productive producing habits.

I was told by a much wiser man that in the process of welding, where two pieces of metal are united by intense heat, the point at which the welding takes place is stronger than the original metal pieces. Two boards cut in half, the grains reversed, when glued together become stronger than the original. Yes this wiser man was my Dad, (Thanks Dad). Similarly if you substitute good habits for bad, you can be “strong at the broken places.”

What are unproductive habits? There are many:

  • Worry
  • Tension
  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • Ill will
  • Resentment
  • Procrastination
  • Overeating
  • Lack of exercise, just to name a few.

Whatever habits you have developed over the years that detract from your best productive interests can be overcome. It has been said that anything you do consistently for thirty days straight will take you far along the way to breaking a habit. And if you do it for six months, the habit will be completely gone.

So a way to break a habit is to substitute something good in its place. Then practice using the good habit every time the urge for the bad habit emerges. Do that for six months until the good habit has completely replaced the old one.

A habit is an acquired tendency which becomes strong from repetition. This means you can be the master of your life’s habits, discarding the bad and selecting the good. If you want to eliminate a bad habit or acquire a good one, you must understand that habits are not inherited, they take hold through repetition. And they can be broken by breaking the chain of repetition. You being a wise person must be very discriminating in the kind of habits you allow to be formed in your life.

Replace bad habits with good habits to increase the productive-fullness of your life.

Here’s To Your $uccess,

Until next time!

Prosperously yours,

Jerry

P.S. Remember The Buck $tarts


Jerry Scicchitano
Jerry Scicchitano is known for turning ideas into action. His concept paper, “The Entrepreneurial Mall,” was presented at the 20th Annual Entrepreneurship Education Forum, sponsored by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Jerry is the author of Part Time Income Enterprise (Morgan James Publishing), and founding sponsor of the M.H.S Entrepreneur and Inventors Club. Jerry also sits on the board for two non-profits: The Every Child Deserves a Chance Foundation and Jesus – The Divine Mercy Foundation.