Ralph Waldo Emerson- "As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble."
Some principles I follow
- Don't care what anyone thinks about me.
- Self amusement - what makes you happy?
- Positive energy- exerting it myself and onto others
- Sexual intent
So what im saying is, its not exactly what you say, but how you say it and what you believe in. Cause look, a person IS going to respect you if you truly believe in something and truly stand behind YOUR idea. And it doesnt even really matter what, as long as your true to YOURSELF, others will see that and most likely go with it. Then once you have that set on the person they will start qualifying themselves since you demonstrated a higher value of your own beliefs.
Its great to have methods (cold readings, dhv's, esp tests etc..) but once you find that inner value that lingers inside of you, like breaking all the anxiety's and the thought of what others think of you(and breaking away from that), then you will be way more successful then if you just had a couple lines and having no value in YOURSELF.
As a great writer once said: "Those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind."
Recently I've been learning to gain state through myself and not through friends or other people. Like sometimes I would be getting my validation from imperssing people but only to find that I wasn't impressing myself, but now i've been working on that and I have been doing pretty good to teach myself how to get to a state of happiness without others. And thats good because it builds core confidence and not situational confidence.
Core confidence- Self confidence - All the time, everywhere you go, everything you do.
Situational confidence- confidence gained from having friends around, impressing people, then you go home and all that confidence is lost because your core confidence is so low.