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    Learning How to Adult

    Welcome to the forum! Graduating from college and facing your first few years out of school is a rough time, but it can be fun too depending on how you look at it. My advice is to do your best to avoid any really damaging mistakes. You're gonna make some mistakes (everyone does--especially when...
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    I'm a mess.

    Welcome to the forum! It's beautiful that you've been able to come to terms with the fact that you have room for improvement. Many people never even think about this stuff. I applaud your courage for sharing this. I wish you the best of luck!
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    Goal: Pay off all intrest accruing debt by age 30

    It sounds like you've got a good plan. It takes time, but if you stick to it I'm sure it'll all pay off (no pun intended). My credit score was great until I took out student loans and my score dropped over 100 points because of it. My debt is primarily loans. Luckily, I'm able to pay it off a...
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    Think And Grow Rich

    This book was a game changer for me as well. I'm curious as to what other people think the big "secret" is. I've heard so many mixed opinions on it. Some swear there's one secret and that they know what it is. Others say Hill used the promise of a big secret as a literary device to get you to...
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    Goal: Pay off all intrest accruing debt by age 30

    This is an awesome goal. I'm curious as to what your specific plans are (mainly because I'm in a similar situation). I've heard Tony Robbins as well as other great teachers say never to underestimate what you can accomplish in the long-term, even when your goal seems impossible. Sorry to hear...
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    Read (or listen) at least 30 minutes every day

    I agree with you 100%. We eat, sleep, and exercise to take care of our bodies (hopefully). Reading or listening to something informative should be done every day (or almost every day) to take care of the brain. I'm a fan of Jim Rohn. I try to watch/listen to something motivational when I get up...
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    Secrets of the Millionaire Mind is one of the best books on success you'll ever read

    I don't recall that coming up in the book, although he does talk about how sometimes you might have to work 60+ hours a week to really get wealthy. I agree with you though. For me, having a routine is key. I hate losing sleep mostly just because it messes up my routine.
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    Tai Lopez - The 67 Steps Review

    Alright, so I realize this review might be controversial since it's about Tai Lopez, who many people have strong opinions about. But I want to share my experience since I actually bought one of his paid programs, namely the 67 Steps. My first introduction to Tai was a few years ago when his ads...
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    Bob Proctor's Paradigm Shift Review

    Okay, so this isn't a course so much as an online seminar, but I figured this was a good place to share my thoughts. For those who don't know who Bob is, he's a personal development coach comparable to Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, or Brian Tracy. Overall, I thought the program was excellent. I'd...
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    Secrets of the Millionaire Mind is one of the best books on success you'll ever read

    Yeah-I do agree with you that he definitely promotes his seminars a lot. I didn't mind it, but that's a fair criticism.
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    Hypnosis Tapes by Steve G Jones

    For those looking to get into hypnosis, I recommend material by Dr. Steve G Jones. He has many tapes and mp3s you can play at night as you fall asleep. I've used them for wealth, organization, and focus before. Check out his stuff here.
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    Meditation Help

    I used to mediate in 40 minute sessions, and sometimes I would feel kind of like I was on a trip. The feeling was like descending down a dark tunnel. It was entirely psychological though. I think longer sessions are your best bet.
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    The Alchemist by author Paulo Coelho review

    I once saw actor Will Smith say this book was a game changer for him! I'm gonna read it for sure one day lol
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    Secrets of the Millionaire Mind is one of the best books on success you'll ever read

    Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker was the first book I ever read about success or making money. It's also one of the best books I've read, and I still come back to it a few times a year to review. Eker brilliantly explains how the mind works, and how to develop the right mindset...
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    Making time for self development

    I have 2 ideas you could try out. First, let me just say that I totally think I see where you're coming from. I've been trying to get back into as good of shape as I once was too for the past 6 months or so. Since you said that seeing old photos motivates you, why not hang up some of the photos...
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    Making time for self development

    I agree with you! It's really hard sometimes. I try to organize my day so that I prioritize my health first, meaning even if I'm short on time, I rarely skip a healthy meal or a workout. Same with sleep, it's very rare that I don't get at least 7 hours unless I'm doing something really exciting...
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    Self-Help If Resources are Limited

    I would see what you can find online. I know many therapists take clients for sessions over the internet. I just did a quick google search and found this website: Take my suggestion for what's it's worth lol, but it might help you out.
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    Your Morning Routine For Success

    Wow, I'm seeing a lot of other posters with similar routines to mine lol. That's awesome! I've also heard to make your bed first thing in the morning before. I think I read about it in The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. If I remember right, the theory is basically that there are keystone...