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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

Winners Part 3
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Sunday, 10 April 2005

We are looking at becoming a winner and we need to look at  6 keys to a good healthy self-image.

1. Know the truth about your self. See your self as a winner.

2. Concentrate on your objectives, not on the problem, losing or other people. Do your job the best you know how to do it. Then let the chips fall where they will.

3. Forget past mistakes. Let sleeping dogs die. Learn to profit from your mistakes. What you did yesterday or last year is history. Use these experiences to make you better. Self pity and what ifs, only create additional failure. Realize it takes effort to change your self-image.

Winners Part 2
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Wednesday, 06 April 2005

The will to win is not as important as the will to prepare to win.

It is very difficult work.

1.      Winners set goals and reach Goals

1.                  Decide now on paper what you want to do. Think big.

2.                  Deadline-set a specific time period to measure your decision.

3.                  Discipline-grow to enjoy saying not to your self-experience, see the thrill of reaching your goals through self-discipline.

4.                  Dream by seeing yourself reaching the goal-see yourself as a winner-eliminate all negative thinking.

5.                  Daily set goals and reach goals. Its like good grooming, you work at it every day. Keep at it by reviewing your goals again and again.


According to experts the happiest people are those who have learned to develop in these four areas.

Worship is your relationship (attitude) to God, Love is your relationship (attitude) to your family and friends. Work is you relationship (attitude) to career or school. Play is your relationship (attitude to hobbies or sports.)

Winners Part 1
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Saturday, 02 April 2005
Each year I teach during the play offs of the super bowl, the World series and the NCAA play offs a Life Skills class on How to be a Winner. I find this class very rewarding to those I minister to for I have been taught by some very influntial individuals and took notes on what they have said. The next few week I would like to share with you all How to become a Winner.
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