Many studies have been done on how thoughts can effect your physical well being. If thoughts are both mental and physical, then does one physically exude what they are thinking and feeling? I believe the answer to this is yes. If you have spent any time observing people, you have probably seen this exhibited.

Have you ever watched how a more confident person carries themselves? They tend to make more eye contact and “open” themselves up more to the world. Conversely, a shy or unsure person tends to slump and cross or fold their arms across their body, almost “closing” themselves off. If you could enter the conversation within these 2 people’s heads, what do you think you would hear? I find this so very interesting, because I have fallen in to the mindset of person number 2 many times. It was not until I embarked on a journey of personal development, until I began to believe that I was born to be and can be person number 1, that I came to understand the power of your thoughts. If I want to truly be successful in business and in life, I have to change my thinking. No, this will not happen overnight and it will involve diligence on my part. So ask yourself the same question I did, how badly do you want your life to improve? Are you worth it? I hope you all believe that you are!

You subconscious mind can only concentrate on one thought at a time. You have to choose your thoughts wisely. Potential clients and business associates will be able to read as much about you by watching your body language as they can by listening to your words. Develop an attitude that attracts success, and people will be observing you as person number 1. They will want to know what you have going on in your life that has made you so positive, happy and healthy. It could very well be the difference between a prospect joining your business, or someone else’s.

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