Master Yourself With Subliminal Technology

Subliminal technology has been around for a long time and in review it is about tricking the mind. What we cannot see can affect us because it gets imprinted within the subconscious mind and deep within the cerebral cortex. That imprint will then stimulate neural responses and send these messages deep inside in the places that matter, right through the conscious shield in your mind – the very shield that is keeping you within the negative cycles in your life. Master yourself with subliminal technology and do the things you have always wanted and drop the habits that have placed a bleak veil across the landscape of your precious life.

This is about self improvement, gaining back the confidence that you need to place you in the higher echelons of success. If you have heard about how subliminal technology was used illegally in commercials back in the day, like a burger advert flashing a very brief optically unperceivable message that you cannot get through the day without buying the burger – and you actually start to feel a need and a lust to rush to that burger store and chomp down on some prime American beef. It is scientifically proven, the instant hypnotical effect that such messages that can influence and actually provoke into action But of course the method is not as simple as that, that is a shot in the dark and it really depends on a lot of factors – like attention spans, rapid eye movements and even that state of mind of the audience.

In actual fact, subliminal technology is extremely unaffordable for the average man or woman on the street but their potential in changing your life is massive and in actual fact Olympian. The power of mental suggestion can turn around lives – a drug free solution to kick all your dirty habits and of course regain that drive that you felt once before in the good old days. Do you feel something holding you back to lose those extra pounds or kick that dirty smoking habit? Is ill health plaguing you for the simple fact that you cannot resist your vices? Then this is where subliminal technology can help you to place mastery over your problems and dictate how you live your life. You see, bad habits in all its forms is retained and distributed to your mind through your conscious exposure to the world and how life has shaped you over the years. Your subconscious carries out these bad habits and drives your compulsions. Subliminal technology can pierce right through all the flak and reprogram your mind – giving you a blank slate or even give new instructions and impetus for you to succeed finally in whatever it is you want to do.

Remove fear, remove doubt and let action be your bedfellow to excellence. Subliminal technology can be the solution for you to pump your fist in the air and cheer again. Raise your voice and feel like the most important person in the world again; you deserve it.

Is Technology Helping You or Keeping You From Taking Action?

As small and solo business owners, technology is the wonderful tool that allows us to run our businesses with little overhead (from home if we want to), to automate so many time-consuming tasks, and to reach thousands of people in our market. However I often see technology hold people back because of:

• a fear of technology and learning the skills they need
• a fear of putting anything out there over the Internet unless they’re convinced it’s perfect.
• a failure to put safeguards in place in case a major technology problem occurs

Are you agonizing over every e-mail you send to your list, every web page you put up, every tweet or social media message you send, trying to be sure it’s perfect? Or are you avoiding mastering the technology you need to double or triple your income? Let me share how that could be holding you back.

I also want to share how best to protect yourself so when technology fails you, so you can recover as soon as possible.

In the past few weeks it seems we had a technology hurricane whip through my business. First my business computer crashed unexpectedly because an internal part just wore out. That left me without access to many of my business folders, documents and my Outlook database and emails. Since my computer was dead, I had to quickly purchase a new one and run my business temporarily from my laptop. It wasn’t easy and although I had to re-create some documents, luckily many of the key documents I needed immediately were located on my laptop as well.

Most importantly, all of my data had been backed up regularly onto an external hard drive, so as soon as my computer expert got access to my new computer, he was able to load all of my data and emails and we re-installed all of my software. This was about as much fun as visiting the dentist and took some time, but I didn’t lose anything valuable. Meanwhile I was able to access my daily email on my laptop.

Shortly afterward, we experienced a plethora of problems-corrupted audios, problems with my e-mail marketing program where links in e-mails we sent were somehow corrupted and a problem with my membership site going down. All of this required my team and me to stop what we were doing and work with the appropriate support team to get the problem resolved.

It also meant that some of my coaching club members had difficulty accessing the membership site for two days, and a mass email I sent to my list had links that didn’t work, even though we had inserted them correctly. As frustrating as this was, people did not only understand, but they emailed us to let us know there was a problem right away.

Of course we all try to make sure that everything works for our clients, but sometimes technology isn’t perfect and things break down. Sometimes it’s human error-like the times when we’ve accidentally inserted an incorrect link (which happens to everyone). The important thing to remember is that you need to keep getting your message out there. Go for reasonable accuracy, not perfection. Don’t agonize over “dotting every I” and “crossing every t”. You don’t need to re-write and edit every e-mail message over and over.

The problem with perfection is that it doesn’t exist. Perfectionism is often a way for us to put off taking action that will put our message out there in front of our market on a weekly basis.

On another note, if learning technology skills is holding you back, this also requires you to let go of your fear of doing something wrong and go for learning one step at a time. Almost anything you
need to know is available to you by typing your question into a simple Google search. You’ll find all sorts of tutorials and instructions.

Finally, put safeguards in place to protect you in case you have computer problems.

• Do weekly or bi-weekly backups to an external hard drive.
• Have a backup laptop you can use to retrieve data in an emergency.
• Set your emails to remain on your server for 10 days of so. This way if you can’t access it on your computer, you can login to your server or website’s control panel and read it there.
• Keep all of your software CD’s in one place so you can find them quickly to re-install your programs onto a different computer. Keep all of the product keys for downloaded software in one file where you can find it easily in case of an emergency.

Technology may have occasional glitches, but it is a powerful and profitable tool. Don’t let fear hold you back from using it to get your message out quickly and in a big way and make the running of your business so much easier.

Hilarious Possibilities of Technology

Ever wondered how technology can seem hilarious? Any ideas? This article focuses on several such possibilities. Read on to find out.

Here they go:

· Long time ago, people who sacrificed their sleep, family, food, laughter and other joys of life were called saints. But now, they are called IT Professionals.

· I changed my password to “Incorrect” so that when I forget what it is, the computer will say, “The Password is Incorrect.”

· Never let the computer know that you are in a hurry. Computers can smell fear. They slow down if they know that you are running out of time!

· Wikipedia: I know everything!

Google: I have everything!

Facebook: I know everybody!

Internet: Without me, you are all nothing!

· I won’t be impressed with technology until I can download chocolate.

· Life is what happens between wifi signals.

· Algorithm of success:

While(nosuccess) { tryAgain(); if(Dead) break; }

· We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works.

· “Username or Password Incorrect”

… Well at least tell me which one it is.

· “Grandpa, what was the biggest upgrade you saw when you went to school?

“Colored chalk.”

· Listening to your wife is like reading the terms and conditions of a website. You understand nothing, still you say, “I agree.”

· I don’t understand why people think that technology is making us antisocial. I will ignore you just easily with a book as I will with my cell phone.

· Life was much easier when Apple and Blackberry were just fruits.

· If at first you don’t succeed, call it version 1.0.

· I finally realized it. People are prisoners of their phones, that’s why they are called cell phones.

· Technology is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs.

· I wonder what people who type “U” instead of “You” do with all their free time.

· Teacher: Essay Assignment- “What I did on my summer vacation”… No I don’t want to “Just check your Facebook Page.”

· If computers get too powerful, we can organize them into committees. That’ll do them in.

· Lo! Men become the tools of their tools.

· The production of too many useful things results in too many useless people.

· The real danger is not that computers will begin to think like men, but that men will begin to think like computers.

· The future masters of technology will be light-hearted and intelligent. The machine easily masters the grim and dumb.

· Technology makes it possible for people to gain control over everything, except over technology.

· One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.

· Man is a slow, sloppy and brilliant thinker; the machine is fast, accurate and stupid.

· Computers have lots of memory but no imagination.

Summing up, while technology has got too many upsides, it can really turn out to be hilarious as I demonstrate in this article. Did it make you smile? I sincerely hope so. Isn’t technology cool?