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Esteem, Energy and Competition–3 Success Tools

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Three success tools–ESTEEM, ENERGY and COMPETITION– inform and shape your BEING whether you are trying to manage weight, get pregnant, release fibroids, resolve ED, recover from surgery, relieve back or neck pain, promote oils or HEALTHY SANITARY NAPKINS, whatever your goal.

This comes to mind because someone in network marketing responded to a blogpost reader with HER contact info, as if I didn’t just give the reader what she needed! Then my “cross-line cousin” apologized profusely. I LIKE HER INTEGRITY! So readers have two choices. And I have the option to remove her contact-info post and apology. It’s all good! 


People talk about self-esteem as if it is a common concept. I have always wondered what it meant. The dictionary meaning is that you value yourself adequately. You have to know your value is PRICELESS, and this is a foreign idea to most people. 

What would happen if you treated yourself as if you were really GOLDEN as you live and breathe?


This success tool is free to all and requires the will and the physical strength.  I’ve just written a book, Light on Reiki and Neo-African Mysticism, which talks about how to get and keep high energy.

Do you ever feel as if you could use a push in the direction of your dreams? Or how about to get out of bed?


Esteem and energy are both needed for competition to be successful, that is, in your favor. The secret is, you always win when you have good esteem driven by powerful energy. A healthy respect for “racing for good” is important to your overall well-being.  If you are going to be better at something and want a truly level playing field, be better at being an example for fellow human beings to follow.

There’s no such thing as a sore loser when you are DOING YOUR BEST IN YOUR LANE. You compete against yesterday’s version of yourself and can alway do better than you did in the past, on some level.

–Rev. Niamo Nancy Muid