New year resolution - My new year resolution for 2013





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Published on Dec 30, 2012

Learn more about the secrets of the power of the mind for true success with your new year resolutions from this link:

Albert Einstein, world renowned physicist, estimates
that the average person uses only 10% of their
brain's full potential.

There is so much more undiscovered potential inside
our minds... the other 90% that's controlled by our
subconscious. This is the reason why we fail year after year to achieve our new year resolution. We lack this knowledge.

Think about it.

Your conscious mind is responsible for everything
you're aware of.

Reasoning, logic, and decision-making are all part
of the conscious mind's functions.

Every decision you make, from what to wear, to
what to eat, to when you should go to bed, you utilize
your conscious mind... and this usage represents
just 10% of what your brain is capable of.

Your subconscious mind on the other hand is
responsible for your body's autonomous functions,
such as the regulation of your heartbeat, your
breathing, your digestive system, and a whole lot
of other processes.

You don't have to consciously will yourself to
breathe; your subconscious takes care of it for you.

You don't have to consciously will for your heart
to keep beating, because again, your subconscious
has that covered.

You don't have to struggle with your decision to change or fear another failed new year resolution. Set your mind for success this year 2013

But your subconscious mind is capable of more than
just keeping everything in check.

Here's your chance to unlock the limitless
potential of your mind.
Follow this link and get a free gift: http://ttwi.st/e70077

Make 2013 the year of great success! Happy new year!


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