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[success]Every day, people settle for less than they deserve.  They are only partially living or at best living a partial life. Every human being has the potential for greatness. ~ Bo Bennett[/success] Once a month I turn my site over to a guest Encourager and today David Stevens, Life Coach, has the floor with an insightful reminder to express yourself fully and move beyond the life you’ve settled for. I re-discovered “live” music the other night. The Brisbane Entertainment Centre was electrified at a concert I attended with my wife. Australian legend John Farnham and American legend Lionel Richie performed above expectation[and my expectation was high] and really lit up the place. It’s been a few years since I last attended a live gig. I’d forgotten how the energy feels and how much positive energy it gives me. And it also gave me further thought on how music can have…

[success]The big challenge is to become all that you have the possibility of becoming. You cannot believe what it does to the human spirit to maximize your human potential and stretch yourself to the limit. ~ Jim Rohn[/success] The whole point of life is to live the way you want to. Not to be overly concerned with fitting in. Not to try to be what other people think you should be. And most certainly not to allow your current experiences to sway you from following your heart. You want a brighter tomorrow, to live free of pressure, to be in control of your own life, to be unafraid. And living a trouble free live would be a huge bonus. Yet we can’t live the way we want to whilst we are: Slaves to outer circumstance Too often we let outer circumstances determine our thoughts and if we keep on thinking…

[success]You are the sculptor of your own reality.  Don’t hand your tools to anyone else. ~  Jeff Brown[/success] Did you know that 66% of job seekers who imagined themselves as being happily employed found new jobs months earlier than those who merely had career counseling? What?  You hadn’t heard that?  Me neither, but that’s according to a study by the Journal of Consulting Psychology, so it must be right. Right? If that all sounds a little bit too studious, never fear, I have a little story to tell that’ll be right up your alley because it’s all about imagination…we love that don’t we? Don’t we? Have I ever mentioned Louisa’s husband?  Hmmm it’s time to remedy that.  I’m going to call him Tom…I love to protect the innocent as I tell stories about them…okay not stories about them so much, as their very own stories, as told to me.  Honest.…

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