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The Simple Secret That Turn Kylie Jenner Into a Billionaire at 21

Category: INSPIRING .STORIES Published: Thursday, 07 March 2019 Written by Life Coach Efosa Emovon

The Simple Secret That Turn Kylie Jenner Into a Billionaire at 21

 

 

The youngest of the Kardashian sisters Kylie Jenner has been named the youngest person of all time to become a billionaire. She toppled Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg who was 23 years of age when he hit that mark.

At an age when most people still depend on their parents for almost everything, Kylie has become a household name and a self-made billionaire. What a rare feat! In case you are wondering how she did it, first, I want you to understand that anything is possible in life.

Secondly, I want you to know irrespective of your gender, skin color, background, education, and age, there is a creative force in you to frame the kind of life you truly desire.

 

Yes, you can be anything you want to be, get to anywhere you want to get to, change anything you don’t like, control the entire world and put anyone to your service. You know why?

The subliminal power requires to do all these things is already inherent in your innermost self. Don’t let it come as a surprise to you. All Kylie Jenner did to get to the legendary height she stands today is simple.

She simply recognized the unique ability in her to cause change and unleashed it. The reason you are not a success is that you don’t have the right knowledge to get started. It starts with having the right knowledge.

I challenge you to get this Audiobook now and become a success.

3 Simple Things I Did That Change My Life Forever.

Category: INSPIRING .STORIES Published: Monday, 04 February 2019 Written by Life Coach Efosa Emovon


Inspiring Story


 

“You just can’t live in that negative way; make way for that positive day.” - Bob Nester Marley

I grew up in an environment where I was made to believe life was difficult. In fact, while growing up, I thought rich people were some sort of magicians.

I was in the habit of moaning and groaning about the state of affairs in my country and criticizing my country’s leaders because I was made to understand our government policies were responsible for all our problems.

My understanding was darkened and my heart so blinded to the truth that I could not see that the same government policies we claimed caused our financial problems was working to the advantage of others.

Ignorance is truly the curse of God. I think William Shakespeare deserves an award for this word of wisdom. I wanted my country to do something for me, but I wasn’t thinking of what to do for my country.

My pastor, who was even poorer than I, told me, I should start paying tithes and sowing seeds because that was the only way God opens the door of prosperity for people like me.

I forgot to ask him why God hasn’t opened it for him. In fact, I did all kinds of unimaginable jobs to ensure I keep paying my tithes and sowing seed.

After doing this for a long period of time and nothing changed, I knew the force that keeps the moon, sun, and stars on a steady course wasn’t in a hurry to come to my rescue.

Simply put, I knew God was not going to come down from the sky to give me a million dollars. I realized my salvation will come from my own efforts.

I turned the searchlight on myself! As I evaluate my life and actions, my eyes were opened to the ultimate truth. For the first times it dawns on me that the recession I was going through was not caused by my country leaders, the devil, or anyone but by my biased judgment and selfishness.

Yes, I was biased and selfish! Bias, because I only listened to one side before coming to the conclusion that life was difficult, and our government policies responsible for all our problems.

Selfish, because I wanted to take from my country without giving anything in return, you see why you can’t blame my pastor for compelling me to give! Selfish people sometimes need to be taught a lesson.

Of course, it is obvious John F Kennedy had people like me in mind while making his 14-minutes 1961 inaugural speech, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

My country gave me an identity, a living space, the right to work and earn money. Didn’t stop me from dreaming and setting goals, yet just like Olivia Twist, I was still asking for more.

Taking a look at my life, I realized nothing was going to change unless I change my outlook towards life. Did you know your outlook towards life is how your life looks?

I resolved to vote out the thought pattern that had governed my life over the years.In fact, I was angry with all the people who implanted in my mind infectious beliefs that held me hostage and set a limit on me.

As I was about hurling curses on these people, it dawned on me that one of the things they taught me was how to play the blame game.

“This is one game that has taken a lot out of me. How can I continue playing it,”

I said to myself. Listed below are the three things I did to get to the top.

1. I Evaluated the life and actions of the people around me

As I turned the searchlight on them, I quickly realized these were people who spent most of their time criticizing the doers; people who rather die than think, people who believe God must come before something works; People who love to give up before the start of a battle.

I paused for a minute to feel sorry for myself! In fact, I could not believe these were the kind of people I called friends, I looked up to. Everything was wrong with my life because nothing was right about theirs.

OH my God, these people so wired my mind with their low beliefs and infectious ideas that I began to think like a ram without knowing it.

I needed no prophet to tell me it would be virtually impossible for me to set a goal let alone attain it if I keep opening my mind to these people to infect with the low life syndrome [LLS]. I knew a fix was long overdue, so I moved into action.

I learn to shut my ears to these people and question everything they have told me. Once in a while put your friends and associates to the text; evaluates their words and deeds!

If you do this you will definitely see the devil setting a limit on you. Did you know we subconsciously pick up the habits, beliefs, and thought pattern of the people around us?

2. I feed myself with empowering stories

In the words of William Ellery Channing, “It is chiefly through, books that we enjoy intercourse with superior minds. In the best books, great men talk to us, give us their most precious thoughts.

And pour their souls into ours.” As I began to read books on the subject of success, I came to the realization that William Channing was right!

They began to talk to me and before long it dawns on me these were people, who once lived in vans, once stayed without food for days, once wore nearly rag clothes, once face the kind of hardship I may not wish for my worst enemy.

They succeeded not because they paid their tithes or prayed harder than the pop but because they:

. Refused to allow their situation to define their lives

. Chose to spend their time on pursuing their dreams rather than waste it on casting aspersions on life or blaming a government that does not know whether they exist.

. Thought highly of themselves and visualized success

The king of rock music Elvis Presley recounts his growing up days like this, “When I was a boy, I always saw myself as a hero in comic books and movies. I grew up believing this dream.”

I realized I had small things because I didn’t believe in big ones. This knowledge helped me to identify and correct my negative biased thoughts.

I learned that I have some control over what happens to me, so I started taking responsibility for my actions. Through books, successful people unveiled one of the greatest success formulas to me.

The formula is simple, “determine the price of your vision and develop the discipline to pay it every day.”

3. I applied all that I learned

To learn something is one thing, doing it is another. Many people went through life as failures not because they didn’t know what to do to get rich, but because they didn’t do it.

There is an ancient Chinese proverb that says, “Follow the road of the fortunate man and you will come to fortunate”.

The Chinese in their ancient wisdom made us understand that all we have to do to achieve the result we want is to copy from a person that has achieved that result.

I wrote down seven things successful people do in a piece of paper and promised myself to start doing them. At first, it wasn’t easy, because doing them meant trading my habits.

In fact, these habits made it impossible for me to do these things. By cultivating healthy habits, I start to lose the unhealthy ones and able to do these things.

The more I did them the more doors started opening for me, and the more I rose to the top. Opportunities are all around you the reason doesn’t see them is that you have not started doing these things.

If you want to get rich, simply do the three things I did, and you will discover the 7 things to do get rich quick.

3 Things I Did That Change My Life Forever

Category: INSPIRING .STORIES Published: Friday, 01 February 2019 Written by Life Coach Efosa Emovon


Inspiring Story


 

“You just can’t live in that negative way; make way for that positive day.” - Bob Nester Marley

I grew up in an environment where I was made to believe life was difficult. In fact, while growing up, I thought rich people were some sort of magicians.

I was in the habit of moaning and groaning about the state of affairs in my country and criticizing my country’s leaders because I was made to understand our government policies were responsible for all our problems.

My understanding was darkened and my heart so blinded to the truth that I could not see that the same government policies we claimed caused our financial problems was working to the advantage of others. Ignorance is truly the curse of God.

I think William Shakespeare deserves an award for this word of wisdom. I wanted my country to do something for me, but I wasn’t thinking of what to do for my country.

My pastor, who was even poorer than I, told me, I should start paying tithes and sowing seeds because that was the only way God opens the door of prosperity for people like me. I forgot to ask him why God hasn’t opened it for him.

In fact, I did all kinds of unimaginable jobs to ensure I keep paying my tithes and sowing seed. After doing this for a long period of time and nothing changed, I knew the force that keeps the moon, sun, and stars on a steady course wasn’t in a hurry to come to my rescue.

Simply put, I knew God was not going to come down from the sky to give me a million dollars. I realized my salvation will come from my own efforts. I turned the searchlight on myself!

As I evaluate my life and actions, my eyes were opened to the ultimate truth. For the first times it dawns on me that the recession I was going through was not caused by my country leaders, the devil, or anyone but by my biased judgment and selfishness.

Yes, I was biased and selfish! Bias, because I only listened to one side before coming to the conclusion that life was difficult, and our government policies responsible for all our problems.

Selfish, because I wanted to take from my country without giving anything in return, you see why you can’t blame my pastor for compelling me to give! Selfish people sometimes need to be taught a lesson.

Of course, it is obvious John F Kennedy had people like me in mind while making his 14-minutes 1961 inaugural speech, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

My country gave me an identity, a living space, the right to work and earn money. Didn’t stop me from dreaming and setting goals, yet just like Olivia Twist, I was still asking for more.

Taking a look at my life, I realized nothing was going to change unless I change my outlook towards life. Did you know your outlook towards life is how your life looks?

I resolved to vote out the thought pattern that had governed my life over the years. In fact, I was angry with all the people who implanted in my mind infectious beliefs that held me hostage and set a limit on me.

As I was about hurling curses on these people, it dawned on me that one of the things they taught me was how to play the blame game.

“This is one game that has taken a lot out of me. How can I continue playing it,” I said to myself. Listed below are the three things I did to get to the top.

1. I Evaluated the life and actions of the people around me

As I turned the searchlight on them, I quickly realized these were people who spent most of their time criticizing the doers; people who rather die than think, people who believe God must come before something works; People who love to give up before the start of a battle.

I paused for a minute to feel sorry for myself! In fact, I could not believe these were the kind of people I called friends, I looked up to. Everything was wrong with my life because nothing was right about theirs.

OH my God, these people so wired my mind with their low beliefs and infectious ideas that I began to think like a ram without knowing it.

I needed no prophet to tell me it would be virtually impossible for me to set a goal let alone attain it if I keep opening my mind to these people to infect with the low life syndrome [LLS].

I knew a fix was long overdue, so I moved into action. I learn to shut my ears to these people and question everything they have told me. Once in a while put your friends and associates to the text; evaluates their words and deeds!

If you do this you will definitely see the devil setting a limit on you. Did you know we subconsciously pick up the habits, beliefs, and thought pattern of the people around us? Continue!!        

 

Three Things I Did That Change My Life Forever

Category: INSPIRING .STORIES Published: Friday, 01 February 2019 Written by Life Coach Efosa Emovon


Inspiring Story


“You just can’t live in that negative way; make way for that positive day.” - Bob Nester Marley

I grew up in an environment where I was made to believe life was difficult. In fact, while growing up, I thought rich people were some sort of magicians.

I was in the habit of moaning and groaning about the state of affairs in my country and criticizing my country’s leaders because I was made to understand our government policies were responsible for all our problems.

My understanding was darkened and my heart so blinded to the truth that I could not see that the same government policies we claimed caused our financial problems was working to the advantage of others.

Ignorance is truly the curse of God. I think William Shakespeare deserves an award for this word of wisdom. I wanted my country to do something for me, but I wasn’t thinking of what to do for my country.

My pastor, who was even poorer than I, told me, I should start paying tithes and sowing seeds because that was the only way God opens the door of prosperity for people like me. I forgot to ask him why God hasn’t opened it for him.

In fact, I did all kinds of unimaginable jobs to ensure I keep paying my tithes and sowing seed. After doing this for a long period of time and nothing changed, I knew the force that keeps the moon, sun, and stars on a steady course wasn’t in a hurry to come to my rescue.

Simply put, I knew God was not going to come down from the sky to give me a million dollars. I realized my salvation will come from my own efforts. I turned the searchlight on myself! As I evaluate my life and actions, my eyes were opened to the ultimate truth.

For the first times it dawns on me that the recession I was going through was not caused by my country leaders, the devil, or anyone but by my biased judgment and selfishness.

Yes, I was biased and selfish! Bias, because I only listened to one side before coming to the conclusion that life was difficult, and our government policies responsible for all our problems.

Selfish, because I wanted to take from my country without giving anything in return, you see why you can’t blame my pastor for compelling me to give! Selfish people sometimes need to be taught a lesson.

Of course, it is obvious John F Kennedy had people like me in mind while making his 14-minutes 1961 inaugural speech, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

My country gave me an identity, a living space, the right to work and earn money. Didn’t stop me from dreaming and setting goals, yet just like Olivia Twist, I was still asking for more.

Taking a look at my life, I realized nothing was going to change unless I change my outlook towards life. Did you know your outlook towards life is how your life looks? I resolved to vote out the thought pattern that had governed my life over the years.

In fact, I was angry with all the people who implanted in my mind infectious beliefs that held me hostage and set a limit on me. As I was about hurling curses on these people, it dawned on me that one of the things they taught me was how to play the blame game.

“This is one game that has taken a lot out of me. How can I continue playing it,” I said to myself. Listed below are the three things I did to get to the top.

1. I Evaluated the life and actions of the people around me

As I turned the searchlight on them, I quickly realized these were people who spent most of their time criticizing the doers; people who rather die than think, people who believe God must come before something works; People who love to give up before the start of a battle.

I paused for a minute to feel sorry for myself! In fact, I could not believe these were the kind of people I called friends, I looked up to. Everything was wrong with my life because nothing was right about theirs.

OH my God, these people so wired my mind with their low beliefs and infectious ideas that I began to think like a ram without knowing it. I needed no prophet to tell me it would be virtually impossible for me to set a goal let alone attain it if I keep opening my mind to these people to infect with the low life syndrome [LLS].

I knew a fix was long overdue, so I moved into action. I learn to shut my ears to these people and question everything they have told me. Once in a while put your friends and associates to the text; evaluates their words and deeds!

If you do this you will definitely see the devil setting a limit on you. Did you know we subconsciously pick up the habits, beliefs, and thought pattern of the people around us?

2. I Feed myself with empowering stories

In the words of William Ellery Channing, “It is chiefly through, books that we enjoy intercourse with superior minds. In the best books, great men talk to us, give us their most precious thoughts. And pour their souls into ours.”

As I began to read books on the subject of success, I came to the realization that William Channing was right!

They began to talk to me and before long it dawns on me these were people, who once lived in vans, once stayed without food for days, once wore nearly rag clothes, once face the kind of hardship I may not wish for my worst enemy.

They succeeded not because they paid their tithes or prayed harder than the pop but because they:

. Refused to allow their situation to define their lives

. Chose to spend their time on pursuing their dreams rather than waste it on casting aspersions on life or blaming a government that does not know whether they exist.

. Thought highly of themselves and visualized success

The king of rock music Elvis Presley recounts his growing up days like this, “When I was a boy, I always saw myself as a hero in comic books and movies. I grew up believing this dream.”

I realized I had small things because I didn’t believe in big ones. This knowledge helped me to identify and correct my negative biased thoughts. I learned that I have some control over what happens to me, so I started taking responsibility for my actions.

Through books, successful people unveiled one of the greatest success formulas to me. The formula is simple, “determine the price of your vision and develop the discipline to pay it every day.” Continue

 

 

 

The key to supernatural Favour

Category: INSPIRING .STORIES Published: Friday, 01 February 2019 Written by Life Coach Efosa Emovon


Inspiring Story


 

Many years ago, a man named Luscious Marcus was accused wrongly of treason tried and sentenced to death. He was overwhelmed by despair and before long, became a shadow of himself.

Renown Italian writer Machiavelli the Don cannot be more right when he said, “To anticipate death is worse than death itself.” The night before he was to be executed, he burst into tears and would not be consoled.

An old prison guard was touched and decided to placate him by replacing his despair with hope, and his frustration with self-assurance. “Why are you crying,” the old guard asked. He responded with look of incredulity. In short, he doubted the guard’s sanity.

The prison guard smiled and repeated the question. By this time there was an unfriendly look on his face. “You can’t be serious,” he yelled. “Even the dumbest imbecile in this prison yard knows that by this time tomorrow I am a dead man.

“Is that why you are crying,” asked the prison guard amid laughter. “So you really believe you are going to die tomorrow hmmm.” Luscious Marcus cast a puzzled stare at him; he could not believe his ears.

He wondered like mad what he meant and pressed for an explanation. After studying him for a while the prison guard said calmly, “Yes, it is true the king has set aside tomorrow for your execution, true they are going to place a rope on your neck in front of a massive crowd.

It is also true, a priest would be asked to pray for your soul, but it is not true you will die tomorrow.” Luscious Marcus was about to say something when he continued.

“You see, the king council of elders [ministers] have concluded plans to dethrone the king and hang him. In fact, I overheard them saying they will free you and make you the commander of the new king’s army.

That is if in the face of death you put up an attitude that is in alignment with that position. I am not supposed to be telling you this.”

Luscious Marcus shoots the guard a suspicious look and said, “Tell me you are joking.” “I have never spoken words I meant more,” replied the old prison guard as he trained his eyes on Luscious Marcus.

This knowledge rekindled his spirit, gave him hope, germinated into a belief, ripened into a conviction then reflected in his actions. Despite he was still in chains, he began to talk and acts like a free man.

His cellmates could not help but questioned his sanity after he boasted he was going to build a big company and put them to his service, as soon as they were released from jail.

How do you see yourself? Did you know that how you see yourself in good times or tough times to a high degree determines your future? Did you know both your perception and interpretations of natural phenomena dictate your life?

The fact that you are disadvantaged by some unpleasant facts of life doesn’t mean your own is finished. In fact, your disadvantaged background doesn’t give you the right to think yourself into smallness, doesn’t stop you from dreaming and fulfilling your destiny.

American minister and author of the classic, The Power of Positive Thinking, Norman Vincent Peale once wrote, “Empty pockets never held anyone back.”

Your success and greatness aren’t determined by your geographical location, the nation where you live or the economy in which you function but by that which you hold deep within. If nothing is wrong with it, it is impossible for your life to be ugly.

Remember, circumstances can only dictates the essence of your being with your permission. Your environment can only set a boundary on you if you decide to allow what it is telling you to germinate into a conviction.

There is a solution to every problem in life. That is why the word “impossible” itself says, “I’m possible.” Luscious Marcus life was shadowed with great misery not because of what was happening to him, but because he allowed it to dictate his mood.

“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.”–Maya Angelou.

You are poor not because you don’t bear a charmed life but because you decide to allow what your disadvantaged background, little education and the environment in which you function are telling you govern your life.

Not until you shut your ears and remove your mind from that which they show, nothing in the whole of the universe can help you to be rich. In fact, even Heaven can do little or nothing to save you from the claws of poverty.

Who told you, you can’t! Have you tried? You have no right to brand yourself a failure because you have not tried enough to see what you can do. Nelson Mandela was once locked behind the bar and told he will never see the sunlight ever again.

He looked at the powerful government, hissed and said “nonsense.” You know what, he did not only see the sunlight again, but became the light of his nation. Belief is a key, it can open any door.

Even in the face of death Luscious Marcus was able to smile and dance, set goals and draft out plans, designed strategies and do all the things free men do because a Wiseman used the most powerful thing in the world [belief] to put him in opposition to the understanding that shadowed his life with great misery.

His outlook towards life changed automatically for the better, because his belief which was in chains became free and beautiful. That is why one of the richest men in the world Warren Buffet advises us,

“'It's better to hang out with people better than you. Pick out associates whose behavior is better than yours and you'll drift in that direction.”

I want you to understand that, you can only be poor when your beliefs are poor. Prayer can do little or nothing for you if your beliefs are not in alignment with the vibration of that which you asked for.

It is important to understand that your prayers can only be answered when you first become an answer. If things are not working for you despite prayer harder than the pop and putting in as much efforts as everyone else, know that something stands between you and success. First, check that which you hold within.

“It isn’t the mountain ahead to climb that wear you out, it is the pebble in your shoes.”-The great boxing legend Muhammad Ali.

If you can change your friends and the places you go to this year, the thought pattern that governs your life will change automatically. This means that, you will experience unprecedented success within a short time.

While his cellmates were busy questioning his health, Luscious Marcus was aligning himself with the vibration of freedom by believing he was a freeman. Man is like a magnet, he attracts that which he feels, thinks, speaks and imagine.

When the human mind ardently embraced the idea of change it acquires the capacity to bring it about. There is no other way a prayer works than to believe you have already received that which you asked for. According to a Wiseman,

“Ninety nine percent of selling is conviction, and ten percent is persuasion.”

“What is keeping you from being rich in most cases it’s simply a lack of belief. In order to become rich, you must believe you can do it, and you must take the action necessary to achieve your goal.”-Suze Orman.

The follow day everyone gathered at the hall. The king came in last with a large retinue and palace functionaries. As he strode to take his sit, everyone bowed their head in courtesy.

Shortly after he took his sit, three huge prison guards marched Luscious Marco in chains to the gulag and placed a rope on his neck. Then a priest with a mighty bible in one hand edged towards him.

When Luscious saw a priest advancing towards him, Continue he smiled so radiantly that the priest began to smile back. In fact, even though the priest saw a rope placed on his neck, he could not help but asked the hangmen to show him the condemned man.

It was after the hangmen who doubted his sanity pointed at Marcus, he came to the realization that he just asked a dumb question.

“Close your eyes for a short prayer” the priest said. “Why?” Asked Luscious Marcus. “Simply because I want to pray for your miserable soul,” replied the now irritated priest.

“You can’t be serious! Do I look like someone that is about to die? Don’t look at the rope on my neck because looks can be deceiving you know. In fact, go and pray for the king’s soul because it is your king and not me that his about to die.”

The priest glanced at him in surprise. The king noticed what was going on and sent for the priest. After the priest repeated to the king what the man said, the king remembered the dream he had the previous night and raised his head in thought.

Everyone wondered what was going on. “I think this man is saying the truth; someone is planning to kill me! In fact, I dreamt of it last night,” Said the king. The king ordered his guards to release Luscious Marcus and he made him one of his advisers.

Before long, Luscious built a big company and put his former cellmates who had completed their time in jail to his service. I want you to understand that a belief can make or mar you; turn you into a rich person or a pauper faster than you thought possible.

Your life is not beautiful not because you don’t bear a charmed life but because your beliefs are ugly. You have a small car, not because you can’t have a big one but because you don’t believe in it.

If you really believe in big money, you will pursue it with the same self-driven desire for sex. Even though a rope was already on the condemn man’s neck, he was acting and talking like a freeman because he believed in freedom.

His belief gathered all the forces that keep the moon, sun and stars on a steady course to his aid. Understand that there is a way your belief connects with things.

If you believe you can fly before you know it you will see yourself in the sky soaring! Because your believe will ignite you to lift up yourself in such a way that will get you to the sky.

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