POVERTY

People do struggle to get rid of poverty. Different activities are done so as one day one frees himself or herself from poverty.

It should be understood that nothing brings man so much suffering and humiliation as does POVERTY.

The good news is in every soul there has been deposited the seed of a great future, but that seed will never germinate, much less  grow to maturity, except through the rendering of useful service.

My advice in fighting poverty one should take into account the following:-

  1. WHEN you do not know what to do or which way to turn, smile. This will relax your mind and let the sunshine of happiness into your soul.
  2. No one could become an efficient leader or take the initiative in any great undertaking without belief in himself.
  3. You must master the habit of procrastination and eliminate it from your make-up. This habit of putting off until tomorrow that which you should have done last week or last year or a score of years ago is gnawing at the very vitals of your being, and you can accomplish nothing until you throw it off.
  4. “You are the designer of your destiny. You are the author. You write the story. The pen is in your hand and the outcome is whatever you choose.” Lisa Nichols
  5. “Good service leads to multiple sales. If you take good care of your customers, they will open doors you could never open by yourself.” Jim Rohn
  6. “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” Robert Collier
  7. “Learn something new. Try something different. Convince yourself that you have no limits.” Brian Tracy
  8. “The few who do are the envy of the many who only watch.” Jim Rohn
  9. “If people like you they’ll listen to you, but if they trust you they’ll do business with you.” Zig Ziglar

Thanks and regards,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

Entrepreneurship Consultant and Lifestyle Trainer

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FACTS OF LIFE

 

Life is a single word but with a lot of details. Becoming what you want to become is also about it and this is an area will discuss at lengthy for today.

It should be understood that wishing having so and so is very easy but taking actions is where most of people fail and being frustrated. People should know that action is the miracle happening to those daring to do and forget having your wish without actions.

I usually advise people that whatever you are wishing to posses are already possessed  by others. Thus, one should consult those already in possession so as to know what it takes acquiring them. This means that he/she should be ready to take the pains required to become what he/she wants to become, or you might end up becoming something you’d rather not be.

It’s like the hub versus rim theory – do you want to be the hub, or the rim? Being the hub means you’re more centered, more central; being on the rim is being away from the action or driving force. When I emphasize the importance of focus that is one way of visualizing it. Focusing on the center, on  what’s really important in your life, can make the difference  between your being the hub or on the rim.

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Seth Simon Mwakitalu

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A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit

TED Talks: ‘A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit’

TED

Breaking a bad habit isn’t always easy.

Psychiatrist and addiction expert Judson Brewer says habits are the product of reward-based learning, the same event that trains the mind to crave “feel good” moments, such as eating a piece of chocolate cake. He says replacing behaviors like these takes time—mostly because every habit that’s ever risen to the surface has gone through a three-step process: trigger, behavior and reward.

It takes a deep understanding of the habit, an awareness of what’s going on in the mind, to change for the better. But today will reveal a simple way to do it.

Historically, the reward system for eating food was simply a matter of survival. Brewer says signals were sent to the brain to remember where food was found, especially if it tasted good. But over time, the mind found a more creative way to tweak the reward system. Habits became more than just a way to find food—they clung to emotions and became a catalyst for feeling better.

“Now, with these same brain processes, we’ve gone from learning to survive to literally killing ourselves with these habits,” Brewer says. “Obesity and smoking are among the leading preventable causes of morbidity and mortality in the world.”

One deceptively simple way to combat this is by being curious, Brewer says. In his lab, he tested the effect of mindfulness on smoking, an experiment where participants were encouraged to smoke but had to really take in the event and be curious about what was happening in those moments. He found that one woman’s description completely took the excitement out of the habit: Mindful smoking: smells like stinky cheese and tastes like chemicals.

“Seeing what we get from our habits helps us understand them at a deeper level—to know it in our bones so we don’t have to force ourselves to hold back or restrain ourselves from behavior,” Brewer says. “We’re just less interested in doing it in the first place.”

Brewer says this is what mindfulness is really about. It allows people to get a clear view of their behaviors, and what they notice could make all the difference. It doesn’t happen overnight, but people can be inspired to form new habits as they see the results of their actions.

“The paradox here is that mindfulness is just about being really interested in getting close and personal with what’s actually happening in our bodies and minds from moment to moment,” Brewer says. “This willingness to turn toward our experience rather than trying to make unpleasant cravings go away as quickly as possible. And this willingness to turn toward our experience is supported by curiosity, which is naturally rewarding.”

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Seth Simon Mwakitalu

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Don’t You Dare Give Up!

Don’t You Dare Give Up!
By Randy Gage
It’s  5 am and I should be sleeping. But I’ve been tossing and turning for over an hour thinking about what I wanted to say to you. It’s about the work you do and the dreams you want to live…

In our business we can earn a lot of money, win those trips to exotic locales, and drive those gorgeous bonus cars. We have the chance to really get our freedom. But that’s the thing about freedom. It’s never free…
Freedom is the byproduct of success and you must be willing to pay the price for success. And success never goes on sale. You have to pay the market price. And that can be so very hard…
I know. I struggled for five years in this business. Sacrificed things to buy my monthly product order. Alienated everyone around me, pestering them to join my business. Argument after argument.
Because I could explain all the rational, logical reasons everyone should be in the business. And if you wanted to argue with me, I could explain all the reasons you were being an idiot.
For some reason that approach didn’t work very well.  So I switched to strategy number two…
Begging. But that approach didn’t work much better. So for five years I went to presentation after presentation, bought tape after tape, attended meeting after meeting. I talked about traveling the beaches of the world, while I parked my broken down junk heap in the back, so no one would see what I was driving.
I remember the first house meeting I did. Invited about 14 or 15 people and waited, brimming over with excitement.  Of course you know what happened…
No one. Not one.
Common sense tells you I should have quit. But dreams never come true with common sense. Dreams come true because they are bold, daring, and imaginative. Because they are strong enough to pull you toward them.
I could have quit, should have quit, would have quit. But I came to a realization that changed everything for me: I realized I was the most ambitious person I knew. And there was freedom in that line of thinking. Which eventually led to the real freedom.
I wish I could say after five years I magically flipped a switch and became rich, but that isn’t true. But things started to change…
I began to understand the importance of a system and how duplication worked. Began daily self-development, becoming less of the person people didn’t want to work with and more of the person they did. Learned some skill sets. And today I have those exotic cars, live in my dream homes, contribute to charities in a meaningful way, earn millions of dollars and have my freedom. And while I appreciate the money, toys and trips, it’s about a lot more than that. Which is why I’m writing you…
I have been where most of you are, and made it to the level most are even afraid to dream of. So let me share what I have learned along the way, but most importantly, what I want for you. Here are the four things I want for you:
1) Live a Life of Adventure.
Stop watching actors live adventure in movies and TV shows. It’s time for you to live your own adventure. I have flown the Concord, prayed in the Crystal Cathedral, fallen in love in Paris, taken a shower on the A380 airplane, flown in a hot air balloon, watched whales playing in Hawaii, meditated in a Shoaling Temple, piloted an airplane, rode an elephant through the rainforest in Thailand, visited all the world’s greatest opera houses, watched a ballgame in Wrigley Field, rode horses through the mountains, and heard the call to worship at mosques in Istanbul. And I’m just getting started…
Is your adventure started yet? Life is not about fighting rush hour traffic, working in a cubicle, or sending your kids to daycare. Life is for living. And that means you.
2) Get Your Freedom.
See number one. You are not meant to be woken up with an alarm clock. You are supposed to wake up when you finish sleeping. When you wake up, you should be the one to choose how you are going to spend your day, and whom you are going to spend it with. You’re supposed to order from the left side of the menu, not the right side. Freedom is about having choices. Whether it’s choosing what car to drive, home to live in, or exotic locale you want to vacation in. It’s about choosing the causes to support, the school you want your kids to go to, and the people you want in your life. Choosing to live out loud, in color, with passion.
3) Right Injustice.
How often have you seen a situation that wasn’t right and felt powerless to stop it? How many times have you wanted to right a wrong, but didn’t have the time or money or freedom to do it? I’ve been able to right many an injustice. But I couldn’t do that much when I was trapped and broke. I can now because I am free.
Want to do a mission in the Philippines, help the starving kids in Africa, or the earthquake victims in Haiti? Do what you can now, but to really make a meaningful  difference, you probably need time, money and freedom. Which leads us to…
4) Move from Success to Significance

I’m a former minimum wage dishwasher who became a multi-millionaire. I am truly blessed. And yes I appreciate the cars, homes and money this business has brought me. That satisfies you for a while. But then you want more…

You want to make a difference. Leave a legacy. Build something that outlives you. That’s when life really begins. That’s when you know the world is a better place  because you are in it. And when be a better place even after you’re gone. Whether it’s supporting the arts, building an orphanage, or saving the rainforest. Maybe it’s sponsoring a Little League team, mentoring a young person, or starting a shelter for battered women. Or all of the above. I don’t know what is in your heart to do, but I know there is something. And that’s what I  challenge you to do. Yes I wish freedom, lifestyle and all the goodies for you. And I  also wish you love, meaning and leading a life of significance. It won’t be easy; I get that. It means sacrifice. Because it means at 7 pm, when your spouse is home and your kids want to play,  you’re leaving to go to a meeting. It means you’ll miss a chance to worship some weekends when you’re working with a long distance line somewhere. It means making those calls to candidates long after the excitement and motivation of the big event has worn off.
But I had a mantra that got me free. And it can get you free. Here it is:
“I will do today what others will not do, so tomorrow I can do what others cannot do.”
Will you do that for me? Will you do that for yourself? Will you do that for all the people you’re going to be able to help?
The pain of discipline is far easier than the pain of regret. When you feel fear, you must profess faith. Because faith is deaf, dumb and blind.
Faith is deaf to rejection, dumb to failure, and blind to the possibility of defeat. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. It is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see.
We can’t see them, but we have a vision for them. That is why we do self-development every morning, speak those affirmations, put up those pictures on the refrigerator.
Doing what we do is not easy. It’s not supposed to be. But it is simple. And important. Not just for your freedom and your dreams, but the freedom and dreams of everyone you will make a difference for. Most people today doubt their beliefs and believe their doubts. You have to be different.
Please. Don’t you dare take down your dream board or those pictures on your refrigerator. Don’t you dare let your spouse or kids see you quit. Don’t you dare give up on your dreams!
That’s what I want to tell you this morning. If you need help, get over to Amazon and pick up a couple of my books. For training in the skill sets necessary for success, get the new edition of my book, “How to Build a Multi-Level Money Machine”
If you have worthiness issues, or think you may be self -sabotaging your success, get, “Why You’re Dumb, Sick & Broke…And How to Get Smart, Healthy & Rich!” If you don’t have enough room on your credit card right now, get them from the library. But get them. Because the dream really is real. I’m living proof of that. And it can be real for you.
You’re worth it. You really are. When you first looked at this wild, crazy business, you saw something. Felt something. Knew something. Something spoke to you, and reawakened dreams you hadn’t thought about in a long time. And introduced new ones.
Live those dreams. That is my dream for you.
-RG

Thanks and regards,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

Entrepreneurship Consultant and Lifestyle Trainer

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How to Succeed in Life

Most of us see success as unattainable. We compare ourselves to people who “society” heralds as successful, and we never measure up. We settle for less than living up to our potential, which is much higher than we know it is. But success is very simple. It is not magical.

To be successful in life, you need to be two things: Passionate and humble. Let’s look at those two emotional states.

How to Succeed in Life: Be Passionate

Apathy might be in style, but it won’t get you anywhere. When you are passionate, you are aflame with inspiration. You are driven by your purpose in life, a purpose much greater than yourself that without fail serves others.

How to Succeed in Life: Be Humble

Passion without humility can be dangerous — in  a state of passion, one can intellectually justify doing things that are far below his dignity and that do not serve his true purpose in life. Humility means being a vessel for spiritual energy, and being solely focused on your true purpose in life. Humility means being totally present (as much as you can be). In the language of Jewish mysticism, humility is called “Bittul”. It means self-nullification. Note that it does not mean self-hatred, or self-abnegation. Instead, the ego takes a back seat to being fully present and embodied, ready to receive energy from Above.

Passion drives you forward, and humility keeps you focused. That’s why they are the two keys to how to succeed in life.

Thanks and regards,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

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9 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Never Learned in School

9 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Never Learned in School

Learn these skills before it’s too late.

The Oracles

 School doesn’t prepare you to be an entrepreneur. Actual in-the-trenches experience does. These nine super successful businesspeople, and members of The Oracles, share the No. 1 skill you need to succeed in the world of entrepreneurship that traditional schooling never taught you.

  1. The indomitable will to succeed.

The most important trait you won’t learn in school is to get out there and try 100 things to build a business and get over the fact that 98 of them won’t work. And then get right back out there and try another 100.

  1. Failing is OK when aiming big.

School punishes those who fail, so kids don’t push through their comfort zone to the next level. In the real world, there are no participation awards or grade inflations. From my experience at Draper University, I’ve learned that team-based teaching is extraordinarily effective. People work harder to make sure they don’t let down their team. And we teach these teams that failing is OK if they try something big.

—Tim Draper, founding partner of DFJ

  1. Question everything.

I wish school had taught me to question everything. As an entrepreneur, you’re always looking to find some basic assumption about the business that other people are following—but that you can question and use to gain insights into your business. For me, it was the thought that once you are pigeonholed as a TV writer, you can’t break into film. So I wondered why. Writing is writing. When I realized there was a basic assumption about how a TV writer is supposed to behave versus a feature film writer, I was able to erase the distinction in my own mind and in the industry’s mind. Today, it is commonly acknowledged that the best material is on TV. Question all assumptions.

Roberto Orci, Hollywood producer and screenwriter whose movies and TV shows have grossed over $5 billion worldwide

  1. Creativity and people management.

No. 1, school should teach creativity as much as multiplication tables. Entrepreneurs need to be innovative. Maybe your new company makes $10,000 a month. What will you do when it makes $10 million a month? The process of thinking about this ahead of time will help you prepare correctly.

No. 2, school should teach how to manage people. No one was born with that skill, but you need a team to scale your business. You need persuasion skills so awesome people will work with you. And you need people reading skills to spot those who are not high quality or have big personality flaws that will derail your team.

—Tai Lopez, investor and advisor to many multimillion-dollar businesses who has built an eight-figure online empire; connect with Lopez on Facebook or Snapchat

  1. How money and cash flow work.

Learning about money and cash flow, and how to handle it, should be a required course in grade school. No one teaches us how to manage debt, and why we should or should not have debt. We also don’t learn how to handle investments and create wealth for ourselves. As a result, most people today die broke.

—Jay Georgi, founder of Nadvia and operations/management/profits-retention coach

  1. How to be your own boss.

No teacher in school ever taught me about how to be your own boss.

  1. Learn time management skills.
  2. Focus on your strengthsand hire for your weaknesses.
  3. Find a mentor who has already been at the top of the mountain you want to reach and  made many of the mistakes that you will inevitably make.

— Gary Nealon, president of Nealon Solutions and The Rox Group; five consecutive years on the Inc. 5000

  1. Never, ever give up.

The No. 1 thing I wish schools taught is to never, ever give up. No matter what. Have so much freaking confidence that there’s no way you can fail; just learn the wisdom to make adjustments and keep your head on straight. I learned that in the school of hard knocks, not the formal education system.

—Steve Griggs, founder and CEO of Steve Griggs Design; designs and builds custom residential backyards for affluent clients who want fast results

  1. Success without happiness, love and service leads to emptiness.

Although information, competition and achievement are critical to success, they’re not enough to create a fulfilling life. Success is the sweetest when it is built with heart, purpose and passion, but you’ll never learn that in school. Money, power and fame by itself will never bring you true happiness.

—Nafisé Nina Hodjat, founder and managing attorney of The SLS Firm

  1. Whoyou know to me is more important than what you know.

Learn to network and meet others. As an employer myself, not only would I allow a young person to be mentored, but I would pay them something as well. And so will many companies who admire the courage it takes to network and ask for the opportunity. Who you know to me is more important than what you know.

Thanks and regards,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

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THREE STATEMENTS

Three statements must grasp as far as network marketing is concerned:-

  1. This system (Network Marketing) absolutely works, and has been used with great success by distributors, Consultant, and Independent business owners.
  2. Luck has nothing to do with it; it is strictly a matter of cause and effect. Do the right things and you will get the right results.
  3. If it seems like I’m bragging. It takes absolutely no credit for these methods, techniques, success principles, etc Do not be afraid to share with others – as you will see, there is no shortage of prospects, so there’s no reason to keep these prospecting methods secret.                                                                                                                               “He or she who shows the business the most wins”. In other words, it doesn’t really matter how many people say “no” as long as you find enough people who say “yes”.                                                                                       “Those  of us who’ve reached the top level of the company have simply shared the business with more people than those who are not yet there”. SIMPLE BUT NOT NECESSARILY EASY.
  • Develop and have such a huge and evr-growing list of quality names that you know you can never possibly run out of prospects.
  • Golden rule in Network Marketing “All things being equal, People will do business with, and refer business to those people they know, like and trust”.

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Seth Simon Mwakitalu

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DESIRE BY NAPOLEON HILL

The  method  by  which for  riches  can  be  transmuted  into  its  financial equivalent, consists of six definite, practical steps, viz:

First. Fix in your mind the exact amount of money you desire. It is not sufficient merely to say “I want plenty of money.”

First. Be definite as to the amount. (There is a psychological reason for definiteness).

Second. Determine exactly what you intend to give in return for the money you desire. (There is no such reality as “something for nothing.)

Third. Establish a definite date when you intend to possess the money you desire.

Fourth. Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire, and begin at once, whether you are ready or not, to put this plan into action.

Fifth. Write out a clear, concise statement of the amount of money you intend to acquire, name the time limit for its acquisition, state what you intend to give in return for the money, and describe clearly the plan through which you intend to accumulate it.

Sixth. Read your written statement aloud, twice daily, once just before retiring at night, and once after arising in the morning. AS YOU READ-SEE AND FEEL AND BELIEVE YOURSELF ALREADY IN POSSESSION OF THE MONEY.

It is important that you follow the instructions described in these six steps. You may complain that it is impossible for you to “see yourself in possession of money” before you actually have it. Here is where a BURNING DESIRE will come to your aid. If you truly DESIRE money so keenly that your desire is an obsession, you will have no difficulty in convincing yourself that you will acquire it.

The object is to want money, and to become so determined to have it that you CONVINCE yourself you will have it. Only those who become “money conscious” ever accumulate great riches. “Money consciousness” means that the mind has become so thoroughly saturated with the DESIRE for money, that one can see one’s self already in possession of it.

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Seth Simon Mwakitalu

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PRODUCTIVITY

It is a naked truth that every one needs a good life. Productivity is one way of assuring someone good life and thus the need to share on this very important area of life. It is said “The success combination is to do what you do better(improving quality of your output) and do more of what you do (Increase the quantity of your output).

Convinced it pays to do more and better, Therefore, you should concentrate on “HOW CAN I DO MORE”.

I have personally learnt from painful, expensive experience that the fellow who has plenty of time makes an ineffective work. On the other hand,  all successful, competent people I know are busy. Note this: “Big people monopolize the listening while small people monopolize the talking”. Where are you?

UNDERSTAND CHARACTERISTIC OF TOP PRODUCERS:-

Top level leaders in all walks of life spend much time requesting advice than they do in giving it.

Before a top man makes a decision he asks, “How do you feel about it?,  What do you recommend?, What would you do under these circumstances?”,  How does this sound to you.

In reaching a creative decisions, the raw materials are the ideas and suggestion of others. Don’t of course, expect other people to give you ready-made solutions. Ideas of others help to spark your own ideas so your mind is more creative.

We learn nothing from telling. But there is no limit to what we can learn by asking and listening.

Use the what do-you-think-of-this suggestion? approach. Stimulation from others is excellent mind food.

Don’t let ideas escape, fence them in. There is no limit to self improvement. For thinking regulates actions. How you think determine how you act. How you act in turn determines how others react to you

To gain the respect of others, you must first think you deserve respect.

Remember your appearance “talks”. Be sure it says positive things about you.

Never leave home without feeling certain you look like kind of person you don’t want to be. The most advertising ever appearing in print is the “dress right”. You can usually spot a wrong kid just by the way he looks. Sure it’s unfair, but it’s a fact.

How you look on the outside affects how you think and feel on the inside. You appearance talks to you; but it also talks to others. Respect your appearance in training programs. Appearance is important.

Pay twice as much and buy half as many. Quality is far more important than quantity. Isn’t it obvious why people stay at one level all their lives? Their thinking alone keeps them there.

Consider just one characteristic of successful people: ENTHUSIASM.

Practice uplifting self-praise. Don’t practice belittling self-punishment. Always do a first class job.

Now I realize that I’ve got what it takes to win and I’m winning. And I’m always going to win.

But please – don’t accept the judgement of average people. You are not average.

Remember:-

  1. Look important, it helps you think important.
  2. Think your work is important.
  3. Remind yourself at every opportunity that you’re a first-class person.
  4. In all of life’s situations, ask yourself, “Is this the way an important person thinks? Then obey the answer.

It is expected once you adjust your self to resemble to the characteristics of successful people and determine to produce more and better; surely your life will not look the same.

Thanks and regards,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

Entrepreneurship Consultant and Lifestyle Trainer

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THE MOST IMPORTANT PRODUCT

Life has a lot to tell. One might find himself/herself struggling to improve in his or her business. He/she finds no advancement, it is as if standing still and likely to backslide. Worries surface and divided ideas start as what should be the right direction – continuing with the business or stopping doing it as no promising indicators prevail.

It should first be clearly understood that, there is endless room for improvement.  Ask any of the successful people and will be surprised to find that they know this, and are always searching for better way. (Note: The successful person does not ask, “Can I do it better?” He knows he can. So phrases the question: “How can I do it better?”.

Stop thinking of closing your business and start the so called – “Weekly Improvement program”. This starts with the daily jotting down of ideas every evening  as to how you can improve your business. Then say every Monday evening  you set aside four hours to review the ideas you have jotted down and figure out how to put the solid ones to use in the business.

Just this: It isn’t so much what you know when you start that matters. It’s what you learn and put to use after you open your doors that counts most.

As a matter of principle – get more output at lower cost; do more with less effort. Top success is reserved for the        I-can-do-it better kind of person.

Why not  make progress your most important product? The I-can-do-better philosophy works magic. When you ask yourself, “How can I do better?” Your creative power is switched on and ways for doing things better suggest themselves.

Each day before you begin work, devote 10 minutes to thinking “How I can do a better job today?

Ask:

  1. What can I do today to encourage my employees?
  2. What specific favor ca I do for my customers?
  3. How can I increase my personal efficiency?

This is simple. But it works. Try it, and you will find unlimited creative ways to win greater success.

NO CHOICE BUT TO GO TO WORK.

Good day,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

Entrepreneurship Consultant and Lifestyle Trainer

Email: seth.mwakitalu@creativeminds.or.tz

Tel: +255 754 441325 or +255 714 051174

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