7 Steps to Rewire Your Beliefs

7 Steps To Rewire Your Beliefs!
(Create A Wealth Mind Set/Beliefs)

1. Write down a clear mental picture of a person who do you want to becone and a clear financial dream.

-I’ll be The Top Networker Leader in TFD!
-I’ll be giving P100,000/month worth of tithes by Dec. 25, 2014.
-I’ll be one the greatest motivator and wealth coach.
-I’ll be a registered licensed electrical engineer by February 28, 2014.

2. Create an Action Plan

Say this: “The key to my success is hidden in my daily routine. So starting today…”

(List down your things to do)


3. Create new powerful beliefs that supports this dream.

(This is what I have learned from the Book and my mentor. Special thanks to Up A.M. and Pastor Jayson ☺)

a. I’m God’s beloved and it is His great happiness to bless me.

b. God’s river of blessings is flowing to me at every single moment of my life.

c. Everything I need comes to me.

d. I am a blessing magnet.

e. I am open to receive all of life’s riches.

f. I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul.

g. Day by day, in every way, I am getting better and better.

h. I am prosperous.

i. I say yes to life, and life says yes to me.

j. Everything I touch turns to gold.

k. I inspire millions of people.

l. Money flows me in great abundance.

m. I am a brilliant networkpreneur creating wealth for God’s purposes.

n. I love God with all my heart, soul, mind and strength.

o. I love others as I love my self.

p. I love living life.

q. I am a Happy Millionaire!

4. Declare your dreams and beliefs everyday.

—>Morning. Lunch. Evening.

5. Pray for it!
(Yes, nothing is impossible!.. Just pray and believe dear..☺)

6. Commit to stick with it, NO MATTER WHAT. Commit it to GOD.

“Commit to the Lord whatever you do and your plans will succeed.”
-[Proverbs 16:3]

7. Believe and received it!

—>Commit it to God 🙂 put it in your faith goals and don’t forget to do your part.. 🙂

Hope this can help you in achieving your goals in life.

More to come.


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Today is the Beginning of my New Life

-I am starting over today.

– All good things are coming to me today.

– I am grateful to be alive.

– I see beauty around me.

– I live with passion and purpose.

– I take time to laugh and play everyday.

– I wake up, energized and alive.

– I am free to be myself.

– I am magnificent in human form.

– I am a perfection of life.

– I am grateful to be me.

– Today is the best day of my life.

– I am riCh.

– I am a new creation.

– The old has gone. The new has come.


-I am Lyn Garcia. Apart from God, I am nothing.

***My first (personal) blog for 2014. Looking forward for more encouraging and inspirational topic to share. Special thanks to my mentor who keeps on motivating and guiding me.. 2013 was AWESOME!.. The best is yet to come. Happy New Year!.. :)***

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Maintaining Physical Health

Love is exhausting. It’s work to really love. Most people don’t understand that their physical condition has a strong impact on their relationships and their ability to love.

What happens to your relationships when you’re run down? Little issues become big problems when you’re tired. You’re more cranky, defensive, and critical when you’re physically low.

What are some habits the Bible says will physically refresh you?

Rest – “It’s senseless for you to work so hard from early morning till late at night. God wants you to get your proper rest.” (Psalm 127:2 LB) Sometimes the most spiritual thing you can do is just get some rest. It’s amazing how much better things look after a good night’s sleep. Many of you are too tired to love your kids, too tired to love your husband, and too tired to love your wife.

Balanced Diet–“You made my body, Lord, now give me the sense to head your laws.” (Psalm 119:73 LB) It’s a no-brainer, but choosing fruits and vegetables over chips and cookies will give us more sustained energy.

Regular Exercise–“Honor God with your body.” (1 Corinthians 6:20 NIV) Our bodies were made for activity. In Bible times they didn’t have to exercise; they walked everywhere, they did physical work. But most of us have sedentary lives, and we drive everywhere. Yet, you really only have two choices in life: fatigue or fitness. Fitness involves regular exercise.

—from Rick Warren’s daily devotional

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How to Develop Your Gifts

People ask me all the time how to discover and develop the gifts God has given them. Here are a few helpful steps that I’ve discovered:

1. Focus on the strengths God gave you. Concentrating on your strengths will help you fulfill the calling God has put on your life.

2. Exercise your gift. Find something you like to do and that you do well, and do it over and over again. Want to know what will happen? You will feel better about yourself because you won’t be constantly failing.

3. Have the courage to be different. Unhappiness comes when you try to be like everyone else rather than embracing the unique person that you are.

4. Learn to cope with criticism. Have enough confidence in who you are in Christ that you can listen to others and be open to change without feeling you have to agree with their viewpoint or attain their approval.

God has planted greatness in you. Let today be the beginning of a great adventure as you step into the gifts He’s given you.

Prayer Starter: God, I want to cultivate and develop the gifts You’ve given me. Give me the courage to follow You and develop the gifts and abilities You’ve put inside me.

—>From Joyce Meyer’s daily devotional

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God is Never Too Busy

A lot of kids today grow up with absentee fathers. Their father’s are never home, always gone, never there for the important dates. Even when their father’s are home, they really aren’t there. They’re detached, reading a newspaper, watching television, or working. They may be physically there but they’re not mentally or emotionally at home.

That’s why it’s important to remember three encouraging facts about the closeness of God:

God is never too busy – “The Lord is near to all who call on him.” (Psalm 145:18 NIV) He’s never too busy to talk to you. He’s always near. He never says, “Some other time.”

God loves to meet your needs — He’s not annoyed by your request. “If you know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!” (Matthew 7:11 NIV)

God is sympathetic to your hurts — “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and rescues those who are crushed in spirit.” (Psalm 34:18 NLT) When you hurt, God hurts. When you grieve, God grieves. He is there. And He cares. That is the Good News.

—from Rick Warren’s daily devotional

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How Can I Know My Destiny?

Do you know what God created you for? Do you know what your destiny is?
The first thing you must do understand your destiny is to recognize the gifts God has given you to use. They include the things you can’t control – your parents, your nationality, your race, your language. They also include your SHAPE – your spiritual gifts, heart, abilities, personality and experiences. These are the things that make you uniquely you.

Now you are not responsible for the gifts God didn’t give you. In other words, if you are not artistically gifted, you are not expected to paint pictures like Rembrandt. But you are responsible for the ones he did give you.

When you get to heaven, God isn’t going to compare you with anyone else, but he will compare you with yourself. What did you do with what you were given? What could you have done if you had trusted God a little bit more? Romans 14:12 (NIV) says, “Each of us will have to give personal account to God.”

God has given you gifts for a purpose. And you have a responsibility to be a good steward of those gifts – not for selfish uses, but for the good of others. Your gifts are not for your benefit. God gave you gifts for the benefit of other people. Ask yourself, “What has God given me for good to use for good?”

—from Rick Warren’s daily devotional

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Notice the Little Things

One day as I was going into an office building, a man standing nearby opened the door for me. I thanked him and smiled. “You’re the fifth person I’ve held the door for,” he said, “and you’re the first one to smile and the second to thank me.”

I thanked him a second time, with a smile on my face. Afterward, I thought how much we take others for granted, even in simple things, such as opening a door for a stranger.

We often commend people when they do big things for us, but how often do we appreciate the little things?

When a person does something nice for you and you thank them, it builds them up and encourages them. It means a lot to them, just like it did to the man at the office building.

Did your bus arrive on time today? If so, did you thank the driver? The last time you ate at a restaurant, did you thank the waiter for filling your coffee cup a second time without being asked? This is the point I want to make: Develop an attitude of gratitude toward the people in your life.

Prayer Starter: Lord, keep me aware so that I will notice the little, helpful things that people do for me. I don’t want to be ungrateful. Instead, I want to thank them and build them up.

—from Joyce Meyer’s daily devotional

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