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Dyer says, "You'll see it when you believe it."
But, I've found that the MOST important part of manifesting
our dreams is KNOWINGNESS. To start, you need to believe
in a particular outcome ... however when you take that belief
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HI-HO ... DON'T LET 'EM TELL YOU NO
this Strategy for Success:
Consult management; if they hate the idea, proceed with it. If they
like the idea, reconsider.
Hire market researchers. If they say the idea will fail, assume
it will succeed.
Never ask how much your idea will cost, and dont worry about
how much it will make.
When everyone you know colleagues, partners, friends and
family when they all say the idea is crazy, then plow ahead,
because youve got a sure hit on your hands.
was the apparent strategy of a high school drop out, an admittedly
mediocre artist, with almost no business sense, who founded the
greatest entertainment empire in history.
Disney is known for his extraordinary imagination and his unique
ability to touch the human heart. But it wasnt imagination
that created Snow White and it wasnt imagination that built
the glorious fantasy world of Disneyland. It was Persistence.
the beginning, and almost to the end, there was only one person
who fully believed in Walt Disney and his dreams, and that was Disney
When he wanted to make Snow White, Walts brother and business
partner cried, Youre trying to ruin us. Producer
Louis B. Mayer said, No one would pay to see a fairy princess
when, for the same money, they could see Joan Crawford. Cynics
warned: Children cant sit still that long; and
Adults will be bored and wont take their kids.
Disney produced it anyway.
few years later he created another movie called Fantasia; a bold
experiment combining classical music, animation, mythology and history
in a childrens film. His friend Frank Lloyd Wright called
it absurd. His business managers said it would fail. He produced
he decided to build Disneyland, his brother said, Its
a fantasy and it wont work. Critics called it Disneys
Folly and said it was a crazy idea from a man with a
Barnum and Bailey mentality. Research experts advised against
it because it offered too much free entertainment; the rides were
too costly to build; and parking and crowds would be unmanageable.
Disney built it anyway.
White, also known as Disneys Folly, won a special
Academy Award and made film history as the first full-length animated
feature. By 1990 it had earned 100 million dollars! In 1994, the
video release of the movie broke all records when it sold 28 million
copies in only one month!
television show, Walt Disney Presents, was a phenomenon.
More than 30 million viewers tuned in the first night alone, and
the series altered programming for the next three decades by making
family entertainment a television reality.
Disneyland opened in 1955, one million visitors paid admission in
the first seven weeks alone. Today, Disney World is the worlds
foremost amusement park. More than 65 million visitors have passed
through the gates of Disney theme parks in three different countries.
the Disney projects that initially failed, such as Bambi and Peter
Pan, emerged later as enormous film and video hits. More than one
billion people all over the world have paid admission to see films
made by Walt Disney.
the way there were a million reasons to give up and an unrelenting
parade of doubters who encouraged him to do just that. Yet he persevered.
He didnt listen to his critics, to the doubts of advisors,
collaborators, and even friends. He listened only to his heart.
And his heart said: Never accept defeat.
went on to build the greatest childrens entertainment industry
in history. He won 29 Oscars, four Emmys, hundreds of awards, and
made millions of dollars, but most of all he won the affection
and gratitude of every generation since.
Kersey, Author Unstoppable: 45 Powerful
Stories of Perseverance & Triumph from People Just Like You
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45 Powerful Stories of Perseverance and Triumph
Through the stories of ordinary people who have accomplished
extraordinary things, Cynthia Kersey gives you insight into
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highlighted in this book are real. They are just like you
and me, but they live with "purpose that ignites the
spirit". These are not just stories of people making
a million dollars by designing a cheaper product and beating
the competition. These are the kind of stories that encourage
people to succeed by doing good works in the world. To read
the incredible struggles that these individuals went through
to achieve their dreams, proves that anything is truly possible
if you have the right attitude. If you feel that you need
that extra push to start a project, or are constantly afraid
of failure, after reading the 45 stories in this amazing book,
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WHAT LOVE CAN DO
Patrick Hughes was born without
eyes or the ability to fully straighten his arms and
legs, making him unable to walk. Despite daunting circumstances,
Patrick has overcome these physical issues to excel
as a musician and student. He even participates in the
University of Louisville School of Music Marching Band
and is a straight 'A' student. A virtuoso pianist, vocalist
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by Rosemarie in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania)
Patrick on Oprah's Show HERE
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Yes You Can!
CURE YOUR SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS
you feeling inhibited? Squash self-doubt, find your confidence
and finally hold your head high. You step into the party feeling
reasonably confident. True, your favorite little black dress
feels somewhat tight, but it's still elegant, and the wind
outside only tousled your hair a little. Then, just as you're
preparing to mingle, it happens: You pass a mirror and glimpse
your reflection your horrifying, horrifying reflection.
The dress isn't just tight; it fits like Luciano Pavarotti's
diving suit. Your hair looks as though a crazed weasel nested,
bore young, and died there. Aghast, you wobble off your high
heels and sprain an ankle. All eyes are glued on you. All
conversation focuses on your disgrace. Everyone begins texting
hilarious descriptions of you from their cell phones.
your dreams, baby I mean this both literally and figuratively.
Most of us occasionally dream about being embarrassed in social
settings. But even in waking life, many of us operate as if
Simon Cowell is doing a play-by-play of our work, wardrobe
and snack choices. One team of researchers has dubbed this
phenomenon the "spotlight effect." In the beam of
imaginary spotlights, many of us suffer untold shame and create
smaller, weaker, less zestful lives than we deserve. Terrified
that the neighbors might gossip, the critics might sneer,
the love letter might fall into the hands of evil bloggers,
we never even allow our minds to explore what our hearts may
be calling us to do. These efforts to avoid embarrassment
often keep us from imagining, let alone fulfilling, the measure
of our destiny. To claim it, we need to develop a mental dimmer
the Lights Down Low Thomas Gilovich, PhD,
Victoria Husted Medvec, PhD, and Kenneth Savitsky, PhD, the
psychologists who coined the term spotlight effect,
also devised numerous ways to measure it. In one experiment,
they had college students enter a room with other students
while wearing an "embarrassing" T-shirt. (The shirt
bore the likeness of a certain singer, whom I won't identify
here. I will say that for days after reading this study, I
was medically unable to stop humming "Copacabana.")
When the mortified students were asked to guess how many people
in the room would remember the face on their T-shirt, they
gave a number about twice as high as the number of students
who actually remembered the shirt.
studies support what this one suggested The spotlight
effect makes most of us assume we're getting about twice as
much attention as we actually are. When Lincoln said,
"The world will little note nor long remember what
we say here," he was wrong but only because
he was president of the United States. If you are currently
president, rest assured that millions will note and long remember
if, say, you barf on the prime minister of Japan. However,
if you are not president, you're probably pointlessly blinded
by the glare of imaginary social judgments.
judgments aren't limited just to times when we mess up
Our distorted perceptions mean we not only exaggerate the
impact of our errors but also undersell our inspirations and
contributions. For example: You modestly mumble an idea
in a meeting, assuming that co-workers will be awestruck if
they like it, appalled if they don't. Net effect: Nobody really
hears the idea until the annoying extrovert across
the table repeats it more loudly, and gets all the glory.
You wear clothes a bit duller and more concealing than the
ones you love, only to look back years later and wish you'd
bared and dared more in your youth. (As one of my friends
sighed about her self-conscious daughter, "If she
only realized that at her age, you're beautiful even if you're
not beautiful.") You sing, swing, and mamba only
in the privacy of your home, never with other people. Repressing
the urge to sing "Copacabana," you miss the joy
of sharing silly or sultry abandon with the people you love
and the people you may never get to love because inhibition
robs you of the confidence needed to form a bond.
self-limiting behaviors have no positive side; contrary to
what many assume, they rarely save us from doing things we'll
later regret. In fact, Gilovich and Medvec have found in other
studies that, in the long run, people most often regret the
things they failed to try, rather than the things they bombed
at. Trying yields either success or an opportunity to learn;
not trying has no positive result besides avoiding mockery
or envy that (research shows) wouldn't be nearly as big or
bad as we fear.
to Free Yourself from the Glare
knowing that the spotlight effect is real and ubiquitous can
begin to liberate us from its inhibiting clutches. I find
it very comforting to have an actual number associated with
my shame-based illusions: Spotlight effect studies suggest
that people typically pay about 50 percent as much attention
to me as I think they are. The first time I actually stood
under a spotlight, in a high school play, the director told
me, "Small gestures look embarrassed, so they're embarrassing.
If you're going to do something, and you don't want to look
foolish, do it BIG." Now, thanks to Gilovich, Medvec
and Savitsky, I know how big to make my actions about
twice as big as I think they should be.
been experimenting with this in many different circumstances:
raising both my hands, instead of one, to ask a question of
a lecturer I much admire; pausing twice as long for dramatic
effect while telling a story to some friends; eating two servings
of a fabulous dessert at a literary club luncheon. The result?
I do seem to have attracted more attention, but rather than
the disapproving judgment I expected, most people seem to
feel pleased and liberated, made safer in their own skin by
my willingness to live large in mine.
believe this reaction is a major reason a lovely lady from
Hawaii named Brook Lee once won the Miss Universe pageant.
When asked what she'd do if she had no rules to follow, she
replied, "I would eat everything in the whole world
twice!" That one word "twice!"
struck a chord with me, the audience and the judges,
landing Ms. Lee squarely beneath the spotlight she actually
not join her by doubling the social behaviors you usually
limit: the energy with which you communicate, the intensity
of the colors you wear, the number of times you laugh, the
clarity of the opinions you voice. You may think this will
attract massive disapproval from others. Actually, you'll
be lucky to attract more than a passing glance, and my experience
(not to mention Ms. Lee's) suggests it will be more approving
Through Your Limits, Not to Them "You can't
break that board by hitting it," my karate teacher
told me. "Hit something 10 inches behind it. As far
as you're concerned, the board doesn't even exist." "But,"
I pointed out, "it does exist." (I am a trained
observer.) My sensei shrugged. "That's what you think."
noting that this man had been hit in the head many, many times,
I proceeded to batter my hands to smithereens, trying to break
that unbreakable board. When every knuckle was swollen, tender
and bleeding, I said, "My hands hurt." "Yes,"
my sensei. "Your mind is really damaging them."
get the metaphor: We smash into barriers of shame, embarrassment
and regret because we pull our punches in myriad social situations.
Stopping at what we think is the limit of embarrassing behavior,
we let others claim the credit, the opportunity, the job,
the person we love from afar.
next time you feel performance anxiety in any form, remember
that the negative attention you fear does not exist except
in your mind if this works with the hard, cold
reality of my ice block, I guarantee it will work with something
as vaporous as other people's opinions. Act as if there is
no spotlight on you, even if there is one. Say, do, and be
what you would if no one else were looking. It will be scary
at first, but if you persist, there will come that liberating
moment when you'll feel yourself sailing straight through
your life's most inhibiting barriers without even feeling
Yourself the Universal Question Once, I had an
intense, emotional cell phone discussion with a friend while
riding in a taxi. At a certain point I fell into a strangled
wrong with you?" my friend asked. "Why aren't
you talking?" Covering my mouth with one hand, I
whispered, "The driver can hear me."
this point, my friend said something so lucid, so mind expanding,
so simultaneously Socratic and Zenlike, that I memorized it
on the spot. I've gained comfort by repeating it to myself
in many other situations. I encourage you, too, to memorize
this question and use it when you find yourself shrinking
back from an imaginary spotlight. My friend said and
I quote: "So?"
brilliant interrogatory challenged me to consider the long-term
consequences of being embarrassed (really, who cares?). It
reminded me that failing to act almost always leaves me with
more regret than taking embarrassing action. Here are a few
instances where the Universal Question might help a person
break through imprisoning inhibitions:
I say what I really think, people might disagree with me."
I leave my drunken abusive husband, his crazy family will
call me a witch." ...So?
I go windsurfing, I'll look like a klutz. Plus, people will
see my cellulite." ...So?
are endless applications for the Universal Question. I suggest
using it every time you feel yourself hesitating to do something
that might deepen or broaden your life. The answer to the
question "So?" is almost always "Well,
when you put it that way
" It pushes us into
the spotlight, showing us we can survive there and freeing
us to act on our best instincts.
remember that what you perceive as prudent social caution
is probably limiting your life to about half its natural capacity;
that if you did everything you long to do twice as often,
twice as boldly, twice as openly, you wouldn't attract a shred
more social pressure than you already think you're getting.
Consider that vaulting well past the limits of your inhibitions
will probably earn you more positive attention than negative
judgment. More often than not, this will work out well. If
it doesn't, remember the most enlightening of questions: "So?"
by little, you'll feel and see that the worst consequences
of living in the light are less oppressive than the best advantages
of hiding in the shadows. And you'll have little to fear from
the rest of us, who will only be inspired by your daring as
we sit, blinking and bedazzled, in the private spotlights
of our own attention.
~By Martha Beck from O,
The Oprah Magazine
Author of The
Four Day Win: End Your Diet War and Achieve Thinner Peace
Traditional Kailao Dancers on Futuna Island
Anyone for fluffy croissants and a Pacific sunset? The friendly
French-flavored islands of Wallis and Futuna are delightful,
with local traditions and culture aplenty, but don't come
expecting Club Med these are workaday islands, and
a successful visit requires a little planning, not to mention
some French language skills. It's not surprising that, being
in the middle of the tropics, Wallis & Futuna are markedly
hot and humid. Anytime in the dry season between May and
October is ideal for a visit. Although Samoa and Fiji are
closer neighbors, the only regular connections to Wallis
& Futuna are flights from the other two French territories
in the area, New Caledonia and Tahiti/French Polynesia,
where you can catch connecting flights to destinations further
& Futuna were populated when the great wave of Lapita
settlement swept eastwards across the Pacific between 1500
and 500 BC. Objects found on Futuna have been dated back
to 800 BC, although it's probable that there are even older
sites. These early settlers practiced agriculture and fishing,
and brought the first pigs to the islands. Later Futuna
came under the influence of Samoa. On Futuna, you can visit
the sanctuary of St. Pierre Chanel or take a trip to the
uninhabited sister island of Alofi. A busy, well
populated island, Wallis offers many charms, including lagoon
islands, old world churches and archaeological sites. Visit
downtown Mata Utu where the local cathedral is surrounded
by restaurants, shopping, hotels and the King's Palace,
as well as the Church
of St Joseph (photo below) in the town of Mala'efo'ou.
Talietumu is a huge and beautifully restored archaeological
site, a one-time fortified Tongan settlement dating from
around AD 1450. A wide defensive wall with entrance passages
surrounds tree-dotted lawns and a number of other structures,
including large platforms and a circular stockade base.
The stone paved roads in and around the site were used only
by the king, whose feet were not allowed to touch the ground.
Lake Lalolalo is the most spectacular of the Wallis
crater lakes. This eerie body of water is an almost perfect
circle with sheer rocky cliffs falling 30m (98 ft) down
to the inky, 80m (262 ft) deep waters. Tropical birds are
often seen gliding effortlessly across the surface and it
is tabu to clear the jungle here, making this some of the
best preserved primary forest on the island.
islands have had a series of name changes, beginning with
the renaming of Futuna to Hoorn by Dutch explorers
in 1616. In 1767 English navigator Samuel Wallis, who had
recently discovered Tahiti, renamed it Uvea Wallis,
and this name stuck. By the first half of the 19th century
the islands had become popular stops for whaling ships,
traders and, inevitably, missionaries. France took control
between 1886 and 1888 and the islands assumed the official
status of a colony in 1924. During WWII, control passed
over to the Americans, as the French were more or less preoccupied.
In May 1942 Wallis' 5000 inhabitants found themselves sharing
their island with 2000 American troops. At its peak this
number rose to 6000. It took more than a decade for the
cultural tremors to settle administration was in
the hands of the French, but the king of Wallis still exercised
some degree of authority, such as the responsibility of
appointing the kivalu, the equivalent of a prime
Wallis & Futuna is the most isolated French Pacific
colony, with an economy almost totally based on French economic
assistance. Migration and the economic conditions are two
of the key issues facing the island group at this time.
There are now more Wallisians in New Caledonia than on the
The culture of Wallis and Futuna is dominantly Polynesian,
so the chief music here is also Polynesian. The island of
Wallis has a dance form called the Kailao which was
later used by the Tongans as a symbolic dance of war (photo
above). The kava bowl and tapa cloth are important
symbols of both cultures. Kava is drunk both ritually
and secularly in Futuna and is used to honor chiefs and
the existing hierarchy. You can actually participate in
the ceremonial kava drinking and relax on the beach afterwards.
Tapa cloth is made by women for exchange at rituals
that draw extended families together. It is symbolic of
women's wealth, along with specially scented oil. Food gifts
are symbols of welcome and good will. The malae,
or meeting ground, is a place where people gather to honor
their chiefs. The Lomipeau canoe represents the ties
between Wallis/'Uvea and the early maritime empire of Tonga
of four hundred years ago. It also symbolizes the strong
seagoing tradition of these people, particularly their journeys
to Tonga, Samoa, and other islands.
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Church of St Joseph in the town of Mala'efo'ou, Wallis Island.
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Uplifting News Stories
SOLOMON'S WAR HERO FINALLY HONORED
shirta gift from a US touristdoesnt lie.
SOLOMON ISLANDS Six decades after Eroni
Kumana helped rescue young US naval officer John
F. Kennedy from Japanese capture in 1943, the US Navy officially
recognized its debt to the Solomon Islander, who for years
was believed dead and not honored. Kumana, from the western
Solomons island of Rannonga, and fellow "scout"
Gasa found the crew of torpedo boat PT-109
including its skipper, Lt. Kennedy, the future president
after their vessel was cut in two by a Japanese destroyer.
An injured Kennedy and the ship's other survivors clung to
the wreckage and swam to a nearby island, where Kumana and
Gasa found them. The pair rowed 35 miles through enemy-held
waters to summon a rescue boat. The exploit earned Kennedy
the Navy and Marine Corps Medal. Gasa,
who is still alive, was belatedly recognized in 2002 with
a $15,000 gift for a new house and a bronze bust of Kennedy
when a National Geographic-led expedition went to Gizo during
the search to locate the wreckage of PT-109. But Kumana, believed
by organizers to be dead, got nothing and remained a forgotten
hero until August, 2007, when local businessman Danny
Kennedy told the captain of the USS Peleliu about 85-year-old
Kumana, who is nearly deaf and living in Gizo. He was invited
onboard and the Peleliu's commanding officer, Capt. Ed Rhoades,
presented Kumana with a series of gifts, including an American
flag. "The family was absolutely ecstatic and Aaron
was running on adrenaline the whole time," Danny
Kennedy said. "It was probably the happiest day of
his life." Kumana slept on the ship overnight, meeting
many of the crew. Kumana recalled that Kennedy promised he
would come back to Solomon Islands after the war and meet
his rescuers again. But Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.
"I mourned for a whole week upon hearing of my friend's
death," Kumana said. "I can now be at peace
since through my friend's legacy, people have come to know
me, my people and my country, the Solomon Islands."
Read National Geographic article HERE.
Eroni Kumana and Biuku Gasa Tell: HOW
THEY SAVED JFK'S PT109
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streamed down Kumana's face when he opened the box and he
couldn't stop hugging the bronze bust of JFK.
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