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March into March using the MODE Effect.

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March into March using the MODE Effect

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‘Take charge of a new era in your life by marching into March with valour and vigour. Fill your socks with the warmth and suppleness that is needed to edge forward. Fill your heart with the glow that makes you flow. Fill your mind with the twinning of success and accomplishment of great people. Discover yourself first and then rediscover your entire surroundings. Recover from fallen dreams and uncover the secrets to succeeding. Uncover the glory that has been laid down from the beginning.’

White Rabbit! White Rabbit! White Rabbit! Welcome to March 2017. Are you ready to march into March? Like nectar to the bee and horns to the bison, like rain from above and springs from below you need valour and vigour to make it work. Valour is courage to take on the greatest task or the smallest task. If the shoe fits, we must execute a command with professionalism. That command could be getting up at a specific time or undertaking to dissolve a dilemma. Like a beaver that weaves through the undergrowth to stop the flow of water, you need to be able to weave your way through any growth. Experience helps, weariness does not and inexperience can be futile. Developing valour is rather a slow process. It comes with time. It comes with mannerism, optimism, dynamism and embolism. I call this the MODE effect. The MODE Effect establishes your Vigour. Briefly, Mannerism is about developing character in all that you do. People depend on you as you depend on them. If your character holds an emblem of honesty, quality and goodwill your courage is strong. Optimism is about sticking to a positive mode despite been thrown into a negative one. It’s hard but what is life without life itself. If a leaf falls on your front door do you get angry? If the wind blows a few tiles off your roof would you become angry? We have the appendages to resolve issues of different dimensions and expressions. Be optimistic, always. Dynamism is the ability to maintain your stamina. It is about having the zest to complete your tasks delivering your best in each instance. Finally, Embolism is the prime factor in developing your courage. As you know I created the ultimate Diary called Destinations. If you can recall, what was the primary importance of Destinations? Destinations taught you the principle of intercalation. It was about inserting into your diary sequentially a list of tasks that you can do perform with professionalism. Dear Friends, you can march into March with 100% vigour and valour or you can march into March with 0% vigour and valour.