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No-BS Manifesting Course

by Alisa Princy (2020-03-05)

Imagine yourself on an No-BS Manifesting Course Review African safari. You are excited about your first journey into the wild. Around 10:00 AM in the morning, your tour group takes a break. Your guide tells everyone not to wander too far. He reminds you that this is an untamed land. You listen to his words but they don't really sink in. You decide to stretch your legs. You are not going to go very far so where would be the harm? You had walked only about 50 yards from your tour group when it happened. Appearing from behind a bush, you discover the most frightening sight you could imagine. Not 20 feet in front of you stands a full grown rhinoceros. What should you do? What could you do? My friend, in that situation you have one choice: TAME THE BEAST OR BE TAMED (or destroyed) BY IT! Of course, in this article the beast I am talking bout has nothing to do with an African safari. The beast I am talking about is much more deadly and destructive to your life and success. The beast that threatens us is the TONGUE. King Solomon said, "Those who love to talk will experience the consequences, for the tongue can kill or nourish life." If we truly want to become a champion then we have to learn to tame the beast. In the next few moments, we are going to take a look at five elements we need to be aware of if we are going to tame the tongue. Five elements, if understood and used effectively will lead to our success. Five elements, if ignored will destroy us! Element One: Words of Destruction Have you ever said something and then wished you could take it back? We all have. Many times, we use our words to hurt another. We call this helping. "I am telling you this for your own good." Has anyone ever said that to you? How do you respond? "Thanks a lot. I feel much better now." Not likely . We have to be careful about criticizing other people. Before we criticize another, we need to look deep at out motives. Are we really trying to help or do we feel insecure for some reason? Is it any of our business? Are you angry with this person and just want to get even? Be careful about criticizing. One way for us to overcome this is to become proactive people. Many people do the opposite. They are reactive. Reactive people respond to things according to how they feel. Most of the time that's fine, but what if events turn a little sour? What if things aren't quite the way you want them? Reactive people respond by how they feel. Since they are feeling negative they make a bad situation worse.