The Source of Inventions: An excerpt from the Book: Do Not Force It, Tap The Good


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Inventions are available to each of us if we open up our minds to them. It is both simple and exciting. If you want to come up with a new idea or service, begin focusing entirely on everything you do. As you go about your day, if you feel uncomfortable about anything you are doing, stop. Begin thinking about ways, means, or products that would have made your activity more comfortable or enjoyable to do.

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An invention is the gap between the uncomfortable and comfortable levels. That is how cell phones were made, to bridge the gap between the discomfort of having to look for someone all over the place, and the comfort of just picking up the phone and reaching them wherever they are.

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The next thing to do is search the Internet for any similar products or services that you think can bridge the identified gap. If there are none, then you have an invention. That idea right there is what you can turn into a mega product or service. The only work for you to do is to develop the confidence in the idea and pursue it limitlessly without letting anyone or anything discourage you. Remember, if you want it bad enough, you will get it.

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4 Psychologically Proven Ways to Manage Your Time


“The two most powerful warriors are patience and time”
Tolstoy

  • We all have 24 hours in a day. However, it is amazing how others have been able to achieve more and others less. In this article I share 4 psychologically proven ways to help you manage your time more efficiently.
  • Identify areas of your life where you are wasting time and try to reduce these. A good way to do this is to log everything you do for a week in meticulous detail and then examine your record to see how you use (or misuse) your time.waste-time
  • Develop a regular work routine. Keep your work space tidy so that you can work efficiently – it’s hard to do this if things you need to find are buried under a pile of papers.Neat-and-Organized-Work-Desk-700x466
  • Work to schedule so that you meet deadlines in good time; don’t leave everything until the last minute

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  • Use a time log

One useful way to eliminate wasted time is to use a time log. First you need to make up a chart for the next seven days divided into half hour intervals starting at the time you get up and finishing at the time you go to bed. Write down what you did in each half hour of the day for the next seven days. Choose a typical week.

At the end of the week examine your time log and ask yourself the following questions:

  • Are there any periods that I could use more productively?
  • At what time of day do I do my most effective work? Some people are most alert in the morning, whilst others concentrate best during the afternoon or evening. Schedule your most important tasks for these times of day.

If you have followed the above tips, by now you should be able to identify ways in which you could manage your time more efficiently.

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Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA

Counselor, Author, Professional Speaker, Success Coach

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Sharing a Personal Story About Dealing With Betrayal


In this VIDEO I share a personal story about how I dealt with betrayal.

If you have any stories that you would like to share, please email me at author@tapthegood.com or thegreenlights16@gmail.com.

Please share. You never know whose life you might be saving.

Please share this video with anyone who might need some inspiration today

Love and light

Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA

Counselor, Author, Speaker

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Are You Ready to Become a Millionaire??


Have I caught your attention?🙂 I hope so. One thing I know about the human race, is that we all want more for ourselves. Now, “more” is very different for everyone. Some people want to become millionaires, others, better cars, or upgraded cellphones. The point in emphasis is that if you want to achieve a goal or status higher than where you are right now, you also have to prepare your mind for it.

In this video, I share 4 steps to help one prepare his/her mindset for greater things.

Please share the video with others who might want some motivation today.

Sending you God’s love and light

Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana

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How Stress Can Kill You!


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“If you ask what is the single most important key to longevity, I would have to say it is avoiding worry, stress and tension. And if you didn’t ask me, I’d still have to say it.”

− The late comedian George Burns, who lived to 100

According to an article by the Heart Institution (https://heartmdinstitute.com/stress-relief/what-stress-can-do-to-your-body/), the physiological changes produced by stress include increased heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and muscle tension that serve to supply adequate blood to your brain and musculoskeletal system. Higher levels of free fatty acids and blood sugar are released to provide immediate energy to survive the perceived emergency. This is what we call the well-known “fight or flight response.”

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Long-term chronic stress can wreck your nervous system through a cyclic adrenaline rush. It can cause oxidative damage to tissues in the body that leads to inflammation. It can stoke symptoms such as headache, achy neck, ulcer, allergies, and diminished sexual desire. Eventually, your body will adapt to a continued state of vigilance by producing an excess amount of the stress hormone cortisol. Too much stress, over time, can exhaust you (you “burn out”), your adrenal glands where cortisol is produced, and accelerate the aging process, harm your immune system, and even shrink vital brain tissue resulting in memory loss and problems with concentration.

This scenario is the leading but often overlooked cause of insomnia and a major contributor to mental ills (depression, obsessive compulsive and anxiety disorders), as well as physical diseases ranging from the common cold, recurrent herpes and obesity, to AIDS and cancer. It is hard to think of any disease in which stress cannot play a precipitating or aggravating role.

What develops is a vicious cycle. Add in sedentary living, sleep deprivation, abuse of stimulants, hostility, smoking, social isolation, and an unhealthy diet, and things really do go downhill.

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Can Stress Kill You?

Absolutely…Acute stress is the leading cause of sudden death, especially in young healthy people with no evidence of coronary disease. But it can fell people at any age. My grandmother is an example.

Chronic stress causes heart disease. It is a clandestine cause − not fat or cholesterol − of heart attacks and arterial disease. It contributes to high blood pressure (hypertension), a risk factor for cardiovascular problems such as heart failure and sudden cardiac death and heart enlargement.

Long-term depression significantly increases the risk of heart disease. Among other effects, it actually triples the disease producing effect of smoking.

In cardiology, stress is a grim reaper that abruptly ends life by rupturing unstable plaque in a vital vessel or by triggering a lethal disturbance in heart rhythm.

When you get fired up emotionally, you’re putting a torch to your arteries. Medical research has repeatedly documented the danger of anger, chronic stress, and the negative emotional states. Yet these risk factors are rarely addressed by doctors.

How We React to Stress?

Stress comes and goes in all our lives. Your ability to adapt well to things that stress you is key for a good quality of life and health preservation. If you don’t adapt, stress can surely kill. I have no doubt whatsoever.

As a complementary resource, I have attached a resource, an eBook that you can download and use the content to help you deal with stress. In the book, I use the magical tools of EFT, the Emotional Freedom Technique, with simplified scripts that you can follow to tap as you tune into an issue that is stressing you.

Please click HERE to leave your details where I can email the free ebook.

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Remember, nothing happens if nothing moves.

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Are You Waiting For Luck?


Communicating Your way to SUCCESS

I invite you to think of the most successful businesses’ or genius’ inventions. Do you think they got lucky on the first try, or do you think they were so hungry for success that they didn’t let failure stop them?

To reiterate my point, check out the facts below. 

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Although failure is inevitable, it does not prevent success. The most important character trait of a leader is their refusal to give up on their goals. If Thomas Edison gave up after 10, 100, or even 1,000 times, our world would look a lot different and maybe darker.

When you let your commitment to your outcome drive you, and your business, you will truly know what it means to feel proud. What are you hungry for? What decision can you make today to get you closer to the results you desire for your business?

In my book, Communicating Your Way to Success

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