by George Ellerbeck

Hi Bill
Thanks for this email. As my retirement date draws closer, I need to get into the process as I need to find the new career.

Please clarify this sentence in your newsletter as I am missing the full context:

"The problem that most of us experience is trying to find time to give rein to our imaginations. We are all so busy dealing with the many demands of our day to day lives, which our conscious minds and egos insist should take precedence."

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Visualization 26/01/2010

by Glen Mills

I intensely dislike the word 'problem' and very rarely use it. If you give it some thought, the word only has negative connotations. A problem in most people's minds means something that cannot be solved, or at best is an issue that is difficult to deal with. This means that a person must first overcome this attitude before even beginning to move forward. God gave me this one day after speaking to someone:

Problems rob you of the joy of a better tomorrow
Challenges create the excitement for a better tomorrow

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