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From: Confidenceworld <sean.mcpheat@ntlworld.com>
Date: 12 Oct 2004 16:17:48 -0000
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                     Awesome Confidence Newsletter



                         Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Hi Friend,

I hope you are keeping well?

I have included a great article this time about the need to be
different to be a success in life.

Also, you get the chance to check out a new website of mine
that is dedicated to getting your website to the top of the
Google and Yahoo!

Take care until next time! ;-)

Live, Love and Laugh




=> Unnatural acts lead to success by William N Hodges
=> Quotes 
=> How to get to the TOP of Google and Yahoo!
=> The Ultimate Weight Loss Ebook


What would you say if I told you that anyone who achieves
success in any area has committed an unnatural act and has
probably committed a whole series of them to be where they are?

Webster's dictionary says that an unnatural act is one that is
not in accordance with normal feelings and behavior.  

Successful people constantly defy normal feelings and behavior
and do things the average person will not do.

The average person lives for today. 

The successful person lives for tomorrow. 

Most of us want instant rewards, and we are satisfied to accept
less as long as the gratification is immediate. 

Success driven people are willing to forgo the normal need for
immediate feedback and trade it for a greater return in the

This is probably one reason why so many of us have a problem
saving for the future. 

People who have financial success at retirement are those who
put a certain amount away every week to build a nest egg. 

The rest of us want everything now and buy the latest
electronic device with our money. 

Living for the future is an unnatural act in our credit driven
society, but successful people do it all the
time.  Weird, aren't they?

Another unnatural act of successful people is that they are
always active; they do not spend much time resting or just 
ying around. 

In America, which has been characterized as a nation of "couch
potatoes," this penchant for activity certainly has to be 
considered an unnatural act. 

A study of successful business executives showed that they had
at least three things in common-that were not so common. 

They had a regular daily exercise program, they slept an average
of six hours each night, and they arose at an average hour of
5:45 a.m., seven days a week. 

I don't know about you, but getting up that early for anything 
but a fishing trip is an unnatural act for me. 

But armed with this knowledge and a desire to be
successful, I'm getting up a few minutes earlier each morning,
and using the time to exercise.

The average person always finds it easier, and in many ways 
more natural, to learn to live with less than to exert the
effort to earn more. 

Doing what the average person does will always keep us an
average person. 

It is only when we do those things (socially acceptable things)
that other people will not do that we will be successful. 

It will certainly mean that we will not always be comfortable,
complacent, or safe. At times, we assuredly will be out of step
with those around us.

But if we persist, believe in ourselves, and are consistent in
our efforts, we can become a success in whatever area we choose.

We can have rewards that are far beyond those achieved by
persons who remain average.

About the Author
Copyright 2003 William N Hodges
William (Bill) Hodges is president of the Professional Speakers
Guild an organization formed by speakers to help buyers of
services find professional speakers, trainers, presenters,
authors and others involved in the seminar, conference, training
and meeting market. Information on the Professional Speakers 
Guild can be found at http://www.professionalspeakersguild.com/



"When you find peace within yourself, you become the kind of
 person who can live at peace with others." 
-Peace Pilgrim {1908-1981 American Activist}

"You can have anything you want in life if you will help enough
other people get what they want. -Zig Ziglar, American Sales
Trainer, Author,Motivational Speaker

"I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need
for a father's protection. -Sigmund Freud 1856-1939, Austrian
Physician -Founder of Psychoanalysis

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My latest venture!

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That's it folks!

Have a confident time and take care of yourself!

Live, Love and Laugh


Sean McPheat

"There are only two ways to get to the top of an oak tree.  
One is to climb the tree, the other is to sit on an acorn 
and wait."

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