10 Aug


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“Expect to have hope rekindled. Expect your prayers to be answered in wondrous ways. The dry seasons in life do not last. The spring rains will come again.” - Sarah Ban Breathnach

You can start any time; right where you are.

Yesterday has nothing to do with today.

Begin today with renewed energy, expectation, and possibility thinking.

Get out there and make it happen for you, your family, your friends, your associates, and all the other people on the planet that can benefit from knowing you.

Dare to nurture all that is within you.

Sounds great but where do I even begin with all this s . . . out there?

You begin by altering the way that you think.

You are being bombarded daily and under mental attack by media missiles.

Create a shield of invisible protection around your psychological house 24/7 and 86,400 seconds of each glorious day.

You do this by insulating yourself with a protective armor of thoughts that promote you towards your goal or aspiration.

This does not mean burying your head in the sand and pretending that nothing is going on around you.


It means being selective about what you’re going to expose yourself to and with whom you’re going to hang out.

Ask yourself.

Do I need to hear that news report again as I have already heard it five times today?

Do I need to hear from my neighbors or friends that it’s actually quite negative and hopeless out there?

Do I need to spend hours and hours on social media and continue to expose myself to the constant nonsense and drama?

Optimism and positivity doesn’t sell.

Drama and negativity sells big time.

If you want to nurture all that is within you, begin with a brand new regimen of creating your own story every single day.

By doing this, you begin to create new neuro pathways in your brain and the old pathways begin to fade.

Unfortunately, some of us are just dribbling.

Basically, one dribbles away for so many years but never makes a shot for the basket.

It’s time to take your shot.

We all have many innate talents that have never had the opportunity of been expressed.

How do I change things up?

It’s called neuroplasticity.

Rewire and retrain your brain to form new connections with brain cells (neurons).

Doing this creates new pathways with new thoughts and new opportunities with accompanying results.

Check out this video, as it will explain the process of neuroplasticity.


Now, go and dare to nurture all that is within you.

Carpe Momentum

Franco Cianflone


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