Thursday, August 27, 2015

THE SKY's THE LIMIT! by guest author Janice Almond

(I am happy to introduce my first guest author Janice Almond; Janice is a gfted up and coming author. I had the previledge to read a pre production copy of her book Being Grateful. It is an excellent and practical book on developing the hearts and benifits of Being Grateful. I recommend that you get a copy Immediatly. Yours truley wrote the forward for this inspiring book.)


How far can you go? Life is unlimited! You can go as far as your imagination will take you. What is the catalyst for movement? First of all, you must be grateful for what you have and where you are right now in your journey and second, you must be determined to get to where you need to go and where you need to be.

In my book, you will find and see the thirteen steps it takes to be grateful. The first step is to believe in yourself. This should be obvious, right? How are you even going to reach for the sky if you don't even think or believe you can. Doing or accomplishing anything will be an utter impossibility. Believing in yourself is the first catalyst.

Your perception is important because you receive what you believe. What are you thinking and believing about yourself and your life right now? What you believe you will act on, good or bad. All you have to do to change your life is to change what you are perceiving. 

It's time to literally take and keep track of your thoughts. Without belief in yourself you will have a lack of fulfillment and abundance. Even in not good circumstances, you must have a belief for a better outcome. Decide to stop putting limitations on yourself by your lack of belief. 

Here's a quote: "If your life looks cloudy, maybe the windows of your soul need washing!" Choose this week to be active in your decisions and break the cycle of non-belief by unclouding your mind. Then you will be able to reach for the sky!


BEING GRATEFUL: How to Open the Door to a More Fulfilled & Abundant Life in 13 Easy Steps

Available on Amazon...Get it today!