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If you don’ t like your output , change your Input

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If you don’ t like your output , change your Input

We live in a computer age. They are pretty much everywhere. We use computers for nearly everything we do. There are also virus applications that when inputted, applied, and executed in the networks, our computers get corrupt and the results are very unfavorable.

Some computers can be fixed and cleaned and restore back to it’s original state after taking it through a process. Other computers don’t make it.

If you don’ t like your output , change your Input

Our lives are much like computers; what you put in it is what you get out of it.

Les brownMost of us desire to succeed and to obtain better things in life whether it is a job, a business, or whatever. But there are those who allow themselves to be filled with “junk”. You might say, “what do you mean by that?” well how many people do you know who are always talking negative, listening to negative people, hanging around negative people, being lazy, not believing in themselves etc.?

If you don’ t like your output , change your Input

I personally know of an individual who “says” he wants a job. But all he does it watch videos, sleep, eat and ask other people for money. Now, they are not watching motivation videos, nor are they doing any kind of personal development but yet they say they want to work. When asked about how they are coming along in their job search, they get mad.

They don’t like how they are living but yet they are not doing anything to change it. If you want to change your life’s output, you’ve got to change your life’s input.

If you want a “job”, then you’ve got to fill out applications, if you want to start a business you’ve got to make the first step.

“If you’re going to be successful, you’ve got to be willing to change your input”

How can you change your input? Well, one way is to listen to personal development cds, mp3s, tapes. Read self improvement books. Doing these will help you develop a new mindset. Find a mentor, someone who is successful already or someone who is headed in that direction.

Set benchmarks for yourself. Take as assessment of your circle of friends. Ask yourself  “Do i have friends that are encouraging?” Do i have friends that are negative? “Do I have friends who are always putting down what I do” ” Do I have friends who always have a negative opinion of everything I try to do?” “Do I have friends who are ambitious?” “Do I have friends who desire to be better?” or “Do I have friends who are just moving with the wind?”

Remember:

If you don’ t like your output , change your Input

“You get what you give. What you put into things is what you get out of them.” – Jennifer Lopez

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