More than twenty-five hundred years ago, the Proverbs writer noted that as we think in our hearts, so we become.

That ancient idea has been both echoed by other wisdom writers and confirmed by modern science.

Coaches teach the importance of visualisation for winning.

Winning starts in the mind and in the heart first.

Psychologists point out the power of self-image on people’s actions.

Doctors note the impact of positive attitude and hope on healing.

What we believe really matters.

The stories we tell ourselves shapes who we become.

We reap what we sow.

What we do or neglect to do in the privacy of our daily lives impacts who we are.

If you neglect your heart, mind and soul, it changes who you are on the outside as well as the inside.

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