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Mike’s Motivational Moments

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When the mood hits me I will be posting motivating /inspiring/ entertaining photos, quotes and cartoons for your enjoyment . Click here and save this link and visit often especially if your life needs a lift and a laugh.

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Ten Self Motivating Tips

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10 Terrific Self Motivating Tips

By Mike Moore

No one can motivate anyone to do anything. All a person can do for another is
provide them with incentives to motivate themselves. Here are ten very effective
strategies to help you get up and get moving toward actualizing your enormous,
untapped potential.

* Be willing to leave your comfort zone. The greatest barrier to achieving your
potential is your comfort zone. Great things happen when you make friends with your discomfort zone.

* Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Wisdom helps us avoid making mistakes and comes from making a million of them.

* Don’t indulge in self-limiting thinking. Think empowering, expansive thoughts.

*Choose to be happy. Happy people are easily motivated. Happiness is your
birthright so don’t settle for anything else.

* Spend at least one hour a day in self-development. Read good books or listen to inspiring tapes. Driving to and from work provides an excellent opportunity to listen to self-improvement tapes.

* Train yourself to finish what you start. So many of us become scattered as we
try to accomplish a task. Finish one task before you begin another.

* Live fully in the present moment. When you live in the past or the future you
aren’t able to make things happen in the present.

* Commit yourself to joy. C.S. Lewis once said, “Joy is the serious business of
heaven.”

* Never quit when you experience a setback or frustration. Success could be just
around the corner.

* Dare to dream big dreams. If there is anything to the law of expectation then we are moving in the direction of our dreams, goals and expectations.

The real tragedy in life is not in how much we suffer, but rather in how much we
miss, so don’t miss a thing.

Charles Dubois once said, “We must be prepared, at any moment, to sacrifice who we are for who we are capable of becoming.”

Mike Moore is an international speaker/writer on the role of appreciation, praise
and humor in performance motivation and human potential. You can check out his
books, tapes and manuals if you Click Here

71 Ways to Avoid Getting Old Booklet

By | aging well, Food for Thought, Inspiration, Motivation, Self Confidence, Self Help, Uncategorized | No Comments

 

 

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This morning I met a man in the coffee shop who came up to me and said that he was having anxiety about “getting old” and his family doctor gave him a copy of my book ” How to Avoid Getting Old No Matter How Long You Live.” Made my day!! 

Hard copies of this pocket guide are available at wholesale prices to Health Care Providers, Wellness Businesses, and therapists…Plus anyone else interested in living well at every age.

 

This pocket booklet edition is a collection of 71 of my own personal reflections on the topic of aging with humor and attitude plus many of my cartoons on the subject. I have also included humorous quotations and bits of wisdom to assist you in changing your attitudes and living a more productive and joyful life in your twilight years no matter what circumstances you find yourself in.

Life is to be enjoyed not tolerated and endured..

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” It’s OK to laugh at aging stereotypes as long as you DON”T BELIEVE THEM Mike Moore 

Do not grow old no matter
How long you live.
Never cease to stand like curious children
before the great Mystery into which we were born.  Albert Einstein

TRUE  STORY

After having given a lively speech on ” Going for the Gusto ” ( Living, to the Max, the Only Life You Have) I was approached by a young man named Marty who said he wished his parents had been in my audience. It seems his parents, who had just turned 70 and were in good physical condition, had given upon on life and were just waiting to die. “They really needed to hear your positive, uplifting message but I didn’t realize your talk would be like this.”

We chatted for a few minutes and I gave him a free copy of my book for his parents. I do hope they read it and have their life batteries recharged big time. 

The tragedy is that there are far too many people like Marty’s parents  in  God’s waiting room. What we need to do is empty the waiting room and fill up God’s play room.

 

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The Art of Confident Conversation

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The Art of Confident Conversation

by Mike Moore

When I first started speaking for a living I had great difficulty with one-on-one
conversation with members of my audience. I could speak before 2500 people and enjoy
every minute of it, but when I was expected to mix and mingle my tongue became all
thumbs. I decided to get to work improving my conversation skills and researched the
topic thoroughly. My efforts paid off for now I can speak with anyone, anywhere for any
length of time. Let me share with you what I learned.

There are three fundamental principles upon which good conversation is based.
1. It is better to be interested than interesting
2. There is nothing as flattering as the undivided attention of another human being.
3. People long to talk about their favourite topic which is “themselves.” Keep these
in mind and you can’t fail in becoming a great conversationalist.

*Assume the responsibility for starting and maintaining the conversation.
I usually begin with a friendly ” Hi, I’m Mike Moore and I’m from Canada”
Usually the response is ” Hello, Mike I am ____________ and I’m
from___________. (Away you go.)

*Use the person’s name throughout the conversation. It shows that you’re interested
in and focused on the other.

*Let the other be the centre of attention.

*Show a genuine interest in the one you’re speaking with.

*Maintain eye contact.

*Ask questions that require more than a one word answer.

*When you ask a question listen attentively to the answer and be quick to ask
another question arising from the response to the first. You learn what to say by
listening carefully to what was said.

*Put the other at ease by smiling and nodding frequently throughout the conversation.

*Talk in terms of the other person’s interests.

*Don’t feel the need to disagree until you get to know the person better.

GREAT CONVERSATION PHRASES CONVERSATION STARTERS
“That’s interesting. Tell me more.”
“Give me an example of what you mean.”
“How would you like to see it turn out?”
“How did you feel when that happened to you?”
*Give a compliment.
*Ask for advice.
*Seek help with something.
*Give praise.
*Seek an opinion.

 

I keep six honest servants
They taught me all I know.
Their names are what and why and when
And how and where and who.
R. Kipling

This is an excerpt from Mike Moore’s booklet How to Overcome Shyness and Connect with
People
available from http://motivationalplus.com/cgi/a/t.cgi?shy

Mike Moore is an international speaker and writer on humour and human health and relations.

Overcome Shyness and Connect with People

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Unleash the Social Butterfly Within You

Are you sick and tired of being a tongue tied wallflower in every situation??
  Discover How To Overcome Shyness and Connect with People

 


Hi Friend.

My name is Mike Moore and I want to tell you my shyness story and see if it connects with yours.

When I was a teenager many moons ago I was so shy that people felt sorry for me. I was 6’3″ tall and was  130 pounds of rippling muscle.  I really did look like a broomstick with glasses.

I could be the life of the party at home with my family but out in public….NO WAY!

I remember the day I took things into my own hands and decided to do something about it.

I read dozens of books on overcoming shyness, gaining self confidence and making friends.  I made notes and started to put into practice what I had learned from my research.

My research and hard work paid off  in a very short time.  With practice and determination I went from shy guy to social butterfly.   The more people responded positively to me  the more confidence I developed and the more comfortable I felt in social situations.

Today I make my living speaking to large and small groups throughout Canada and the USA  on maximizing human potential.  I meet with CEOs and managers of large successful companies and I feel right at home sharing my ideas and opinions.

My shyness is gone and my confidence level is high. I am no better than anyone else but I am no less than anyone either.  We are all equal in dignity to everyone else on this planet.

I want the same for you.   I want you to awaken the social giant within you. I want you be become  confident and comfortable in all social situations.   I want you to let your personality shine through to others and let them enjoy the gift that you are.

I don’t want you to settle for ANYTHING LESS.

That’s why I wrote my special report ” How to Overcome Shyness and Connect with People.”  It contains all the strategies I used to overcome the terrible scourge of shyness.

Keep reading….

 

Is This You???

I feel panic in social situations

I hate people saying I’m shy in front of others even though
they are right

I feel inadequate

I wish I could be more assertive

I am tongue-tied at every a party I attend
I wish I could disappear in social settings

I am a total flop in the romance department

I never know what to say

 

STOP HIDING AND START LIVING!
Awaken Your Social Butterfly Within!

 

How to Overcome Shyness and Connect With People
By Speaker/Humorist
Mike Moore

Discover…

*  How to attract wonderful people to your life

*  The art of confident conversation
( People will say that you are one terrific conversationalist)

*  How to talk to anyone about anything

*  How to connect with people fast and effectively

*  How to satisfy peoples’  emotional needs
as well as your own

*  What to say to others by listening to what they say to you.

*How to Attract others to you

*  How to connect through humor

*  The awesome power of your smile

*   The prescription for happiness

*  How to be relaxed in any social situation

*   Effective, simple strategies to overcome shyness

*  the ” What if ” and ” So What” Factors

* How to overcome fear

*  overcome shyness

What are you waiting for?

Start living the life you want to live NOW

You were not created to be a fly on a wall

PS. Reserve your copy now and start enjoying a productive social life. You have nothing to lose and a lot of friends to gain.

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Words Can Wound-Words Can Heal

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God Doesn’t Create Junk

Each of us is the sum total of all who have loved us or failed to have loved us.

 

Let me tell you a true story story…

There I was, 17 years old, 6’3″tall and weighing 129 pounds of rippling, power packed muscle. I really did look like a broomstick with glasses.

I was standing in front of a full length mirror combing my hair when my aunt, who was visiting from out of town, passed by, looked at me and said,” You know Mike it’s a damn good thing God gave you personality because he sure didn’t give you looks.” She laughed and moved on past me.

I just stood there in shock and disbelief not knowing what to say.

If you were standing in my place and heard these words directed at you how would you have felt?

I didn’t realize the long term impact her words would have on me during the coming years and how I would struggle to heal and grow beyond their bite.

For many years after I was married whenever my wife and I were dressed to go out on the town she would look at me with admiration and say, “Mike, do you ever look handsome.”

For a long time my response would be, “Carol, I’m clean and I smell good but don’t get carried away.”

The lesson I learned from this is clear: We don’t always know how our words affect others. Once they leave our mouth it’s impossible to get them back and their negative, destructive impact can remain for years.

Because of this hurtful event I became committed to monitoring my mouth to make certain I didn’t hurt others in the name of trying to be funny. Being human, I sometimes fail but when I do I immediately say I’m sorry and get back on track.

I ask you… can you relate to this story? Has something like this ever happened to you? How did you handle it and how did you overcome the negative impact on your life?

This is just one of the stories from Mike’s Top Selling book “Embracing the Mystery” (Living the Life You Want) you’ve got to get your copy of this fantastic book at http://motivationalplus.com/cgi/a/t.cgi?mystery

Both my daughter and I have finished reading your book, “Embracing the Mystery.” What a great read! Thank you for writing it… Very Uplifting. John M. Ontario Canada