Sunday, March 15, 2015

Exclusive Network Marketing Secret Revealed On Power Of Now Today

An exclusive network marketing secret revealed on the power of now is the following: You have to be present today which means you can NOT be thinking about yesterday nor can you be thinking about tommorow. You must think of now because there is an old saying that your focus forms your future. And leaders became leaders in business and in life because they were intelligent followers, that is they did what the master has done to get results. Shirley May describes ten things regarding the now and numbers 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7!



The Tenth Step toward Riches
This doesn’t have much to do with this week’s lesson, I know some people have a problem learning on how to live in the now. I found this explanation on Google search I reworded to soot my explanation of Living in the Now. I also realize it has nothing to do with The Mystery of Sex Transmutation. But there is a driving force telling me to just put it out there.

Michael tells us to be in the now. To learn how to do this you have to practice on being in the now, and soon it will become natural to you. Just Practice, Practice doing it.
Being present is the only way to enjoy life to the fullest. By being mindful, you enjoy your food, friends and family more. Here, the path to mindfulness.

Life in the Present: A 10-Step Approach
The idea of being mindful -- being present, being more conscious of life as it happens -- may seem contradictory to those who are used to sacrificing living for pursuing their goals, but cultivating mindfulness will help you achieve your goals and enjoy life more. In fact, you're more productive when you're mindful. But more importantly, being present is undoubtedly the only way to enjoy life to the fullest. By being mindful, you enjoy your food more, you enjoy friends and family more, you enjoy anything you're doing more. Anything even things you might think are drudgery or boring, such as housework, can be amazing if you are truly present. Try it -- wash dishes or sweep or cook, and remain fully present. It takes practice, but it's incredible.

1. Do one thing at a time.
Single-task, don't multi-task. When you're pouring water, just pour water. When you're eating, just eat. When you're bathing, just bathe. Don't try to knock off a few tasks while eating or bathing or driving. Zen proverb: "When walking, walk. When eating, eat."

2. Do it slowly and deliberately.
You can do one task at a time, but also rush that task. Instead, take your time, and move slowly. Make your actions deliberate, not rushed and random. It takes practice, but it helps you focus on the task.

3. Do less.
If you do less, you can do those things more slowly, more completely and with more concentration. If you fill your day with tasks, you will be rushing from one thing to the next without stopping to think about what you do. But you're busy and you can't possibly do less, right? You can. I've done it, and so have many busy people. It's a matter of figuring out what's important, and letting go of what's not.

4. Put space between things.
Related to the "Do less" rule, but it's a way of managing your schedule so that you always have time to complete each task. Don't schedule things close together -- instead, leave room between things on your schedule? That gives you a more relaxed schedule, and leaves space in case one task takes longer than you planned.

5. Spend at least 5 minutes each day doing nothing.
Just sit in silence. Become aware of your thoughts. Focus on your breathing. Notice the world around you. Become comfortable with the silence and stillness. It'll do you a world of good -- and just takes 5 minutes!

6. Stop worrying about the future -- focus on the present.
Become more aware of your thinking -- are you constantly worrying about the future? Learn to recognize when you're doing this, and then practice bringing yourself back to the present. Just focus on what you're doing, right now. Enjoy the present moment.

7. When you're talking to someone, be present.
How many of us have spent time with someone but have been thinking about what we need to do in the future? Or thinking about what we want to say next, instead of really listening to that person? Instead, focus on being present, on really listening, on really enjoying your time with that person.
8. Eat slowly and savor your food.

Food can be crammed down our throats in a rush, but where's the joy in that? Savor each bite, slowly, and really get the most out of your food. Interestingly, you'll eat less this way, and digest your food better as well.
9. Live slowly and savor your life.

Just as you would savor your food by eating it more slowly, do everything this way -- slow down and savor each and every moment. Tune into the sights and sounds and awaken your senses to the world around you.
10. Make cleaning and cooking become meditation.

Cooking and cleaning are often seen as drudgery, but actually they are both great ways to practice mindfulness, and can be great rituals performed each day. If cooking and cleaning seem like boring chores to you, try doing them as a form of meditation. Put your entire mind into those tasks, concentrate, and do them slowly and completely. It could change your entire day (as well as leave you with a cleaner house). Keep practicing. When you get frustrated, just take a deep breath. When you ask yourself, "What should I do now, Self?" The answer is, "keep practicing."

Singe in the U.K. Shared a book with me called Secrets by Rhonda Byrne they have a Pdf you can look at if you think it might be of some inspiration to you. it’s 206 pages long.

This is a quote from that PDF that I like.

When you follow your bliss you live in a constant space of
joy. You open yourself to the abundance of the Universe.
You're excited to share your life with those you love, and your
excitement, your passion, your bliss become contagious.

Shirley May-Ohio.

So are you going to dwell on the past or are you going to use this exclusive network marketing secret revealed on the power of now to form your future?

Lawrence Bergfeld

Turn MLM Failure Into Massive Success Today
Lawrence Bergfeld


  1. I agree that it is definitely important to be active in the present.

  2. I just wrote a long comment but I don't think it posted properly as it switched over to my Google account! Anyway, the gist of the comment was that it's hard for me to do these things, as I'm often thinking about the past (which I hate and would love to stop doing that!) or thinking about the future (which I enjoy, because I like planning and boosting my efficiency and productivity). Anyway, I'd like to start out by just taking at least one activity each day and following these instructions. Over time and practice, I know I could get better - and I 100% agree that you enjoy activities and life more when you simply focus on the here and now.

  3. hanks for the comment Jenny. Improve yourself and always focus on NOW because if you listen to others you become more attracitve to them!

    Lawrence Bergf