4 Ways to Eliminate Time-Clutter In Business and Personal Life to Achieve Your Vision

Thought for today: Sometimes to recover from compulsive debting it helps to develop our Visions for the future. A Vision board helps us map out where we want to head in the future, to make our Action Plan a reality.  We cut pictures out of magazines, and make collages with the things we want to get, do […]

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How Our Abundant Universe Gives Us Our Visions

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Thought for today: Many people think their dreams and hopes are impractical, or not worthy of their mental time.  Throughout the day, all kinds of thoughts, some audacious, come and go quickly without much action or notice, because by habit we tend to dismiss anything that is unusual for us.  But what if we toyed with these […]

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How To Nurture Our Financial Visions

The world around us is full of wonder if we stop to see it.

Thought for today: We hear stories of people getting a windfall, or winning the lottery,  yet within a short time finding themselves in worse debt and isolation than ever. How could this happen? Achieving our visions – whether to be debt free, own a home, buy a car, or whatever else we personally aspire to do […]

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10 Affirmations To Attract Prosperity

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Thought for today: We use affirmations in DA because they help stop the self-limiting messages some of us tell ourselves, and because they replace those messages with better ideas to improve our attitudes, energize our work, and attract wealth. A member shares: “When I use affirmations, I coax prosperity out of the future.  Affirmations help me visualize the future, […]

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4 Ideas To Start Off the New Year

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Thought for today: The end of the year is the perfect time to focus on where we’ve been and where we want to be. The destination is the journey.  It’s a more pleasant journey when we know where we want to go. A member shares: “When the year begins, it helps me to take an inventory on where I’ve been and where […]

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How Positive Self-Talk Leads to Positive Outcomes

Affirmations reach upward

Thought for today: Our self-talk can affect real change in our lives.   They can enable wealth to start flowing in.  They can also cause unexpected effects we need to consider. One thing to be careful of is to pick affirmations that keep us in a mode of positive attainment.  Case in point: some affirmations seem to imply that […]

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7 Habits That Make Our Recovery Blossom

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Thought for today: When we were still suffering the effects of active debting, under earning and overspending, we became desperate people.  Financial chaos had become familiar – even normal, with drama at every turn.  We wanted to hide and have someone take it all away. A member shares: “When I was a kid, I learned to behave.  I didn’t […]

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3 Steps to Transforming Our Lives

Thought for today: In the DA pamphlet on Visions, we learn that our vision can be something uniquely ours.  How do we find our “Vision”? A member shares: “When I made my first Visions meeting,I didn’t know what to make of it.  It felt strange and selfish to think of what I wanted.  Why had I […]

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Audacious Goals

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Thought for today: Sometimes we need to claim our own future with specific goals. Then if we share our visions with trusted friends as if they have already happened, we set the bar high for ourselves.  When we have truly committed ourselves, we often find that we will do everything in our power to make our goals.  This is a healthy use […]

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Preparing for My First Pressure Relief Meeting

Thought for today: Having set up our spending categories, and tracked our numbers for a few weeks, the next step to simple pressure relief in DA is to put together a realistic spending plan that puts our needs first.  To do this we schedule a Pressure Relief Meeting (PRM) during which we will share with our Pressure Relief Group (PRG) our categories for income, spending, […]

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