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  • Mother Shyra 17:08 on 10 October 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Angel, Big Brother, Counsel, , Foolish, Hunter S. Thompson, , , , , Napoleon Hill, Natasha Bedingfield, Pride, Protection, Self-Taught Helicopter Pilot Crash, , , Subversive, The Law of Success, The Today Show, Tin Foil Hat Lady, , ,   

    Motivational Quote/Word/Song/Videos of the Day- 10 Oct 2008 


    MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

    “No man is so foolish but he may sometimes give another good counsel, and no man is so wise that he may not easily err if he takes no other counsel than his own.  He that is taught only by himself has a fool for a master.”  -Hunter S. Thompson

    SELF TAUGHT HELICOPTER PILOT CRASH  *******I’m still shaking my head at this one.  Really?!  This guy lost his mind as well as his money.  Don’t be a Bob!!!  LOL  Seriously, pride has been the downfall of many.  I didn’t really realize how much my pride was holding me back until I started reading The Law of Success by Napoleon Hill http://www.amazon.com/Success-Sixteen-Napoleon-Complete-Unabridged/dp/9562915921/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1223671170&sr=1-1.  This book shows how the richest men gained their wealth by creating a “mastermind”.  In order to achieve success, one must form an alliance with a person of like mind.  This does not mean you have to be in business together, but you must be on the same wavelength when discussing your plans and ideas for your business.  You can’t do it alone.  It doesn’t matter who you are or what talents you’ve been blessed with.  Don’t believe me?  Name one person that has achieved greatness without the help of another.  Remember–you are taught by influence also.*******

    WORD OF THE DAY

    SUBVERSIVE

    (adjective, noun)
    [sahb-VUR-siv, sahb-VUR-ziv]

    adjective

    1. in opposition to a civil authority or government: “I don’t think that graffiti still qualifies as a subversive activity.”

    noun

    2. a radical supporter of political or social revolution

    adverb form: subversively
    additional noun form: subversiveness


    Origin:
    Approximately 1650; from Medieval Latin, ‘subversivus’; from Latin, ‘subvers-,’ past participle of ‘subvertere’: to turn from below, from ‘vertere’: to turn.

    In action:
    “While the communist government encourages internet use for education and business, it also blocks material it deems subversive or pornographic. Online dissidents who post items critical of the government, or those expressing opinions in chat rooms, are regularly arrested and charged under vaguely worded state security laws.”

    “Post All the News That’s Healthy,” Associated Press (September 25, 2005).

     

    THE SUBVERSIVE LANGUAGE OF THE TIN FOIL HAT LADY- #2 OF 5  *******Ha ha.  The tin foil hat lady made me smile.  A tin foil hat might not be such a bad idea…;)*******

    SONG OF THE DAY

    NATASHA BEDINGFIELD-ANGEL-LIVE @ TODAY  *******Wow…I absolutely love this song!  It may very well be my new favorite song.*******

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  • Mother Shyra 12:49 on 10 October 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Hydroxycut, Rock Body Fitness,   

    Hydroxycut=AHHHHH!!! 


    OMG…I took 1 Hydroxycut Hardcore 1 hr and 20 min ago because I NEED a push in order to do todays workout.  I’ve been doing the 12 week program I stumbled upon whilst doing some research for one of my daily blogs.  It can be found @ http://www.rockbodyfitness.com and is NOT–I repeat–NOT designed for the weak minded or weak-bodied (don’t worry, I don’t want to look like this guy, but I do want to get my ’05 body back).  Case in point; Week 1 I was unable to do a single, solitary pull-up and I was only able to do 14 of 50 burpees.  Thank God I was in the military or I would never attempt this otherwise because my mind would NEVER let me get over this matter.  Today I have to do bleacher jumps (30 reps), walking lunges (30 steps), 50 meter sprint, bleacher jumps (30 reps), walking lunges (30 reps), 50 meter sprint and 50 squat thrusts in that order and without a break.  Sweaty much?  Indeed.  This is the workout that caused me to miss 3 days last week and 2 days this week because I couldn’t find the ‘time’ to go to the park.  No, my friends–I just didn’t want to do it.  Clearly, I need a push to get through this, so I summoned the help of my enemy HH because I know what it does to me.  Right now, my mind and heart are racing, my right eye is twitching and I feel a buzz flowing throughout my entire body.  So…I MUST WORKOUT NOW OR I’LL SELF-COMBUST!!!  Not really, but it sounded good, right?  I’ll be back in a few to do my daily blog.  Catch ya on the flipside!

    WANT TO GET IN SHAPE?  DON’T JOIN A GYM

     
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