love what I do.
I make things happen and I
make a difference.
I am consistent and
persistent in achieving my
Everything I do
I don't accept anything but the best.
experience into an
when something is important to me.
I choose to
at something in a new way or do something different whenever
I feel stuck.
to serve others moves me into
I am deeply
fulfilled by all that I do.
Positive Affirmative Questions
Kevin Hogan advises to utilize more
instead of positive statements. Why? The difference between statements and
questions is profound.
The brain solves
and feels compelled to solve questions. “By using Positive Affirmative Questions
(PAQ), you are setting in motion the mechanism for your brain to find and focus
on the solution and enter into a reprogramming cycle to seek and believe things
which are positive and useful to you,” says Kevin.
Ask “Why do I feel good about myself?" instead of
saying "I feel good about myself." Ask "What can I
change about myself so I like
myself more?" instead of saying "I like myself just the way I am." Ask "What can
I do to make myself
more successful?" instead of saying "I am successful just the way I am.“
“The PAQ.s are much more powerful,” continues
Hogan. “When you ask yourself, "How can I feel good about myself?", you're not
trying to convince yourself of something you know is not true. Instead, you're
asking your mind to look for the
positive and the
useful, and this will quickly change your focus and is the quickest route to
change your feeling from bad to good.”