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NLP Changes Procrastination – Language of the Poor!

What is preventing you from taking action on your ideas or projects? Are you too overwhelmed with all you want to do to actually get around to doing it? Are you longing for a better life but don’t know where to start?

The great author Og Mandino wrote, “to be always intending to make a new and better life to find time or courage to set about it is to put off eating and sleeping from one day to the next until you’re dead.”  Those words are a pretty harsh reality, aren’t they?

Why not you? You may think the timing isn’t right, and you may be right…it never is; there is always a better time or circumstances in the future that may work out better. However, always waiting for a perfect time in the future is dooming yourself to continue an ordinary or mundane life with no hope for change.

Nothing is easier than not starting because it ends everything before anything begins. What is the most powerful force starting. For starting has momentum…it’s the beginning of your ideas into action. Even if you are unsure how you will make it all work…starting leads to the next step. Sure, there is a chance for error; no successful person sits quietly in the corner, hoping to have all their ideas mysteriously come to fruition.

Everything begins with the first smallest of steps.

“Ronda and Bob offer one of the most well formatted and thorough training courses available today. If you’re looking to dive head first into the world of NLP on YOUR schedule…this is the system for you!” – Todd Newton – “America’s Life Coach” and Master NLP Practitioner.

For more testimonials from those who took action see our NLP Practitioner Course Testimonials

Not ready to take such a big step…that’s okay there are many options to get you started on our other website. Why not start with our Stop Procrastinating Video?

Regardless of your goals, taking the first step is the most beneficial thing you can do to improve your situation. After all…procrastination is the language of the poor!