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The Incredible SuperPower We Forget We Have

We all know that the way we think about ourselves and our abilities will determine the direction of our lives. But often, during stressful or challenging times, we choose to forget the immense power we have to forge our own reality. It starts with control over our mind. We need to remember that it’s hard enough to move towards our goals without self-sabotage.

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Does a Magic Pill Exist for Better Public Speaking?

Popeye has his spinach. Superman his phone booth. What do you have to become a better public speaker? You may be surprised to learn that there are various simple yet powerful techniques to give you a quick boost before getting up on stage.

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The Power of a True Champion’s Words

Whenever I feel less than confident, I pull up a poem by one of the most egotistical and bombastic persons who has ever walked this Earth…Muhammad Ali.

This three time world champion heavyweight boxer was a master at attempting to intimidate his opponents with his powerful words. I don’t know if his crazy statements really worked on his adversaries, but they sure work for me. Here’s one of my favorites:

“I’ve wrestled with alligators,
I’ve tussled with a whale.
I done handcuffed lightning
And throw thunder in jail.

You know I’m bad.
Just last week,
I murdered a rock,
Injured a stone,

Hospitalized a brick.

I’m so mean,

I make medicine sick.”

Every time I read this over-the-top proclamation, I chuckle. But you know, it works its magic by somehow making me instantly feel more buoyant, confident and alive.

The power of words are real.

Make them work for you.

Read many of Ali’s inspirational quotes here… http://www.muhammadaliquotes.org