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promise you that. We’re going to talk about the 12 different
principles I believe make up the Candida Crusher perseverance principles. If anything is worth
sticking to, it’s worth sticking to if the plan is good, particularly if you have got
a good feeling that the outcome is going to be very satisfactory. People with Candida
have got one thing in mind, especially when they’ve got a chronic yeast infection. They
want to get rid of this damn infection. They want to crush this damn thing. Out of my book,
I’m going to read you some of my perseverance tips, and I think these are some of the best.
You’ll need to discipline yourself. People have probably bought my e-book and are looking
at this channel because they really want good information that’s going to help them finally
crush that yeast infection. They’re sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. If you can’t
discipline yourself, you’re not really going to get anything in life, regardless of what
it is. Whether you’re looking for more income or a better career, a better social life,
a better sex life, a better health life, better whatever life. If you don’t stick with principles
and keep working at it, you’re just not going to get it. It’s as simple as that. Here’s
a good quotation. “If I want to be great, I have to win the victory over myself.” Self-discipline.
I’ve written here a few things I’ll just read out to you.
Have you had enough and you finally want to commit? Then you’re really half way there
in getting rid of the problem that’s been plaguing you for ages, but beware of the pitfalls
and traps all along the way that can sabotage your attempts to rid yourself of Candida.
Like parties, barbeques, dining out, Christmas, weddings, and similar social occasions. Plan
your outings and don’t fall into temptation, so ending up with a glass of wine or beer
in your hand and a slice of pizza when you said two days previous that you weren’t going
to do this. In Chapter 7 of my book, I explain a little bit more about lifestyle, and you
can really read up on that and get a good feeling for how important it is to have the
right lifestyle when it comes to getting rid of Candida.
Tip number two. Don’t give up because of laziness. There are a lot of lazy people out there that
just want a quick fix. They just want a pill. I never designed dietary supplements for lazy
people. I designed them for the icing on the cake. If you’ve got everything else in place
and using a good quality product, you’re going to nail the infection, but don’t have a sloppy
lifestyle and expect a recovery. It’s not going to work if you just take a handful of
pills from the doctor or other kind of pills. If a life without Candida is your aim, that’s
obviously why you’re reading this. You must understand there are no shortcuts to perfect
health. Life and optimal health is a journey, not a destination. Living the lazy, easy lifestyle
will never be satisfying in the long run. In fact, it usually leads to feelings of unhappiness,
being overweight and out of shape, having fatigue and all this can potentially lead
to anxiety and depression. You’ve got to pick up the slack is what I’m trying to say here.
Get off your butt and do things and you’ll feel a lot better for it. What was the quotation
for that one? “Geniuses, 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.” That was from
Thomas Edison. Third tip. Pursue your true desire for optimal
health. Never giving up on ridding yourself of a chronic yeast infection, particularly
if you’ve had many health challenges for years and you can’t go a day without thinking about
a complete recovery. A lot of the time, we aren’t really going after a complete resolution
of our problems because of some underlying fear or insecurity. And many people I find
recover, but they only recover to the extent that the symptoms are not giving them bother
anymore. But they still have the causes going on that prop up the symptoms in the background.
We end up pursuing a very average life, and this way we never end up feeling fantastic
and live our life to our full potential. This is why you must really go after what your
heart desires. An excellent state of health free from yeast infection. This can be very
difficult because of social conditioning, peer pressure, and many of society’s implied
rules, which we were raised with like drinking alcohol, taking antibiotics routinely, eating
cookies, drinking soda drinks, and even eating ice cream regularly. Once you keep in this
circle of eating and drinking these sorts of things, you’re not really achieving your
true desire of eradicating a yeast infection. You’ve got to get to the root cause of these
darn habits in order to break them finally. The quote, “Discipline is the bridge between
goals and accomplishments.” The fourth one. Never give up due to little
or lack of progress. This will take care of itself if you’re pursuing your true desire
because your desire will be so strong that a seemingly slow progress will become irrelevant.
However, there will still be times where you might become discouraged because of the slow
or lack of progress in your recovery. Remember that while in a blockbuster movie, you can
see a character progress or change his whole lifestyle in two hours; in real life, this
progress is a hell of a lot slower. It can take 20 years. This is why a lot of people
don’t stick with their goals because they are unrealistic goals. They’re not time bound
or maybe the urgency is too strong when it comes to the time bound. They don’t give themselves
enough time to really understand the outcome. Aim for a steady slow progress and above all,
remember the ups and downs you’re likely to encounter when you recover. The quotation
for this one is, “Most of the important things in this world have been accomplished by people
who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.” That was me when I
had my yeast infection in my “20s.” When the doctor basically said I needed to see a psychiatrist
and I believed there was no hope at all. I never gave up in believing in myself, thinking
that one day I’d be perfectly well. Never give up.
Fifth one. Success is a lot closer than you think. Your success might just be around the
corner. You may be surprised how close you are to beating the beast called yeast. Perseverance
is a really big thing and not giving up. Many people will tell you that they almost failed
completely, but they hung in there and then they won the game. And that can be you, too.
“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success
when they gave up.” Thomas Edison. Quitters never win, and winners never quit.
Perseverance number six. Always be flexible and willing to change. This is a key thing
in Candida Crusher. The flexibility of your diet and lifestyle. I don’t believe in rigid
diets. I don’t believe in you have to eat these foods, and you can’t eat those foods
because that’s going to change depending on how your gut evolves and develops over time.
The foods you can’t tolerate now, maybe in two weeks or two months, you can tolerate
perfectly well, so don’t be rigid in your approach. I’ve seen too many rigid patients
with these very fixed, one-track minds when it comes to diet. It’s pretty dumb. It’s like
religion. If you’re on this one-track mind, you’re pushing everyone else aside. You’re
all hell bent on believing what you want to believe in.
If I had a dollar every time I heard a patient say, “I can’t take supplements. I just forget
to take them or I don’t like to swallow any pills or there’s no way I can eat like that,”
then I’d be a rich guy. Please don’t let your current identity or self-image limit the pursuit
of your ultimate health goal. Always be willing to make the necessary changes to try new and
different foods, to learn new skills like laughing, relaxing, breathing deeply and more.
We’re willing to look like a fool every now and then. You have to break the mold. The
quote for this one from Anthony Robbins, “How am I going to live today in order to create
tomorrow; the tomorrow I’m committed to?” Number seven. Start visualizing the new you
today. This is a thing I often tell patients that are down in the dumps or get quite depressed
about things. I say to them, “You’ve had too much negative self-talk. Start thinking about
the kind of person that you really want to be and visualize that person in your mind.”
There are many books written about these kinds of ways of thinking, and it will really help
you to get out of that sort of doldrums that you’re in. Don’t knock it. Visualization is
very powerful, particularly if you use it more and more. Whatever goal or endeavor you’re
pursuing, close your eyes and start visualizing yourself as having achieved it. Visualize
how happy you will feel as a result of an optimal functioning digestive system. No bloating.
No constipation or diarrhea. Visualize beautiful skin. A sweet breath. Lots of energy. No headaches.
No thrush. Just visualize for one moment that you could go from day to day enjoying your
body and never have to worry about any symptoms anymore. Visualize improved sex life. Visualize
waking up in the morning with loads of energy. Visualize being successful around people.
Being confident around people. This is going to propel you much closer to your goal much
sooner than you would ever expect. The quote for this one, “Self-discipline is an act of
cultivation. It requires you to connect today’s actions for tomorrow’s results. There’s a
season for sowing and a season for reaping, and self-discipline helps you know which is
which.” Eighth tip. Add strong emotions to your goals.
Those goals I just mentioned before, if you’ve got a very powerful emotion behind it like
feeling absolutely amazing because your relationship has improved and put an emotional spin on
it, it’s going to really cement that visualization much deeper and make it a much stronger part
of you that you want to become. If you set yourself a goal of just getting better, than
this is just a goal. A few words or a meaningless sentence. However, once you add a strong emotion,
it starts to take on a whole new meaning and becomes part of you. Achieving the goal of
optimizing your health becomes a stronger part of your character. Let’s say you set
the following goal: I want to cure myself of a yeast infection. This is a very plainly
stated goal. What does it look like when you add emotions?
I want to get rid of my yeast infection permanently because I’m sick and tired of when I go out
eating with friends that I can only eat a limited range of foods. Or perhaps I want
to get rid of my vaginal thrush permanently because it’s causing a lot of tension between
my partner and me. Maybe this one. After 10 years of digestive problems, I want to be
free of bowel problems like bloating, pain and gas and know what it’s like to have a
slim waist again. When you think about that, you visualize the nice clothes that you can
fit in. You visualize how comfortable you feel around people. How you don’t have to
be awkward and dash out to the bathroom anymore. When you think about the vaginal thrush, you
think about the intimate relations that you’re going to be enjoying. All these things will
make it easier for you to stay on track and to commit to that change. The quote for this
one, Napoleon Hill, “Strongly, deeply rooted desire is a starting point of all achievement.”
If you have that desire strong enough, then the commitment won’t be far behind.
Number nine. Use your personal network for support. The best resource is your personal
network. You will have a circle of contacts, friends, and family who are willing to support
your recovery. It’s your job to communicate effectively to your network by being clear
about what your intentions are and that you’d appreciate some support in your quest to permanently
kick the yeast infection. It helps to be specific when approaching friends to give them information
like “I’m avoiding alcohol for several months, guys, and I’d appreciate some support.” This
is a very smart thing to do because it will help people to see that you’re serious about
wanting to commit and make change. And not only that, guess what, you’ll probably find
some of your friends will come along for the ride and cut back, too. The quote from this
one from Lennon and McCartney, “I get by with a little help from my friends.” You might
know that song from the “70s.” Perseverance tip number ten. Use my multi-stage
approach. A successful treatment of an overgrowth of Candida needs a multi-stage approach. In
my professional experience, all five aspects of the Candida Crusher program need to be
carefully followed in sequence; otherwise, you’ll get average results. My clinical observations
have shown this repeatedly with several hundred patients. I want you to forget the magic pill
that will cure you. It’s just not going to happen. Following the Candida Crusher program
is not a walk in the park. And as I say in my book, it doesn’t have to be a one-year
hike in the wilderness either. There are clearly defined principles outlined
in my book that are easy to follow for you. If you follow them, you’re going to get the
same success that thousands of patients have had. We’re clocking up over 20,000 Candida
patients now that have been through the Candida Crusher program. That’s pretty phenomenal.
I’m quite proud about that. The quote for this one. “Make at least one definite move
daily toward your goal.” Bruce Lee. What’s your daily goal today? Are you going to cut
that glass of wine back? Are you going to go for a walk? What’s your daily goal? Think
about it. I want you to think about that right now. Your daily goal.
Perseverance tip number eleven. Winners never quit and quitters never win. I want you to
know that a permanent solution can and will happen providing you stay true to your word
and follow the plan. Look for examples of sports professionals. They follow the rules
of the game carefully. They persist with much training and the outcome is most always assured
success in their field. The winner takes it all. You can shoot for a goal, too, but remember,
you have to train on a daily basis. You don’t have to spend five or six hours
a day in the swimming pool. Training could mean understanding cause and effect. The things
you eat that are going to do you good or do you bad. The amount of movement that your
body needs to have per day. The kind of emotions that you need to express yourself to people.
How you act and don’t react to people. All these things really make up part of your training.
And, again, that’s why I wrote Candida Crusher. The quote for this one. “We must all suffer
from one or two pains, the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline
weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.” Perseverance tip number twelve. Regularly
review these words from Calvin Coolidge. “Nothing in the world can take place without perseverance.
Talent will not. Nothing in the world is more common than unsuccessful men with talent.
Genius will not. Unrewarded genius is a proverb. Education is not. The world is full of educated
derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.” That’s a brilliant saying.
I’m going to leave you on that. You can read that in Candida Crusher. That
was the 12 perseverance tips on how you can crack this yeast infection. Thank you for