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Three specific beliefs to create a longterm change:

1 -First we must believe “something must change” not that it should change or it could change.

2. Secondly, we must not only believe that things must change but must Believe I MUST CHANGE.

3-Third we have to believe I can change it

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At the end of each days ask myself these questions.

1.What have I learned today

2.What did I contribute or improve

3.What did I enjoy

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Opinion

1.Opinion

Opinion is sth we feel relatively certain about, but the crrtainty is only temporary because it can be changed easily.

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Belief

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Conviction

3.Conviction:

Conviction however, eclipses a belief, primarily because of the emotional intensity a person links to an idea.

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