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Negative thinking not only leads to mental impairment, it also has direct physical ties.

low self-esteem, for example, leads to: chronic depression, eating disorders, addiction, learning disorders, nervous disorders, cancer and heart disease. Your self-esteem determines everything from the size and health of your brain -- to the probability you will get a life-threatening disease.

The body-mind connection is not the realm of "alternate thinkers". It is scientific reality. Our thoughts are real, they can be measured and observed, and they literally create our personal reality.

  1. Your self-esteem is at the very core of your being. It molds everything you believe about yourself.
  2. If you have low self-esteem, it’s not your fault. It likely began with a "less than perfect" childhood. The past can't be changed, but it IS past.
  3. Most of what you believe and assume are your limitations and shortcomings are most likely no longer true for you!
  4. Low self-esteem does not "just go away."
  5. Low self esteem is the source of your procrastination, negative thinking, lack of motivation -– virtually everything that holds you back.
  6. Science tells us that if you have low self-esteem, you are more likely to get life-threatening diseases, and are less likely to survive if you do.
  7. Science also tells us that with low self-esteem, your brain WILL shrink up to 20% over time, and your learning and memory WILL become impaired.
  8. You WILL "pass this along" to your children. You are their first mentor, and teach them how to view their own potentials. Such teachings are based on your own self-esteem.
  9. Any change in your life conditions must begin with a change to your self-esteem -- with how you view yourself, and the world around you.
  10. The more you like yourself, the more you will accomplish, and the smarter and healthier you will be.

How do you recognize if your life is being limited by weak self-esteem?

You know it if every time you want to try something new -- a persistent critical voice rises up from your subconscious mind, and announces that you're going to fail.

If you're failing to reach your life goals, there's a 99% probability the culprit is your self-esteem. And, if you tend to procrastinate, or lack the belief you can improve your life -- that is also low self-esteem at work.

Unless something changes, you’ll continue to be exactly who you are today. Period! And you will continue to have the same self-limiting problems. You have a choice.

Any questions??