Rid yourself of any thinking that you are working for money. You are working to serve. And you serve because you enjoy it. And people come to your service because they enjoy that you enjoy it. And they give you money, then tell their friends. Who line up with more money. And that’s how people get rich.
After reading the world’s most renowned and best-selling self-help books, I’ve taken the most important and stand-out principles and formulated them in a 54 page Simple but Effective Strategy for Success. Why would I do this? It’s no doubt a team like Dale Carnegie and Napoleon Hill could explain these principles far better than youContinue reading “A 10 Step Strategy for Success in 54 Pages or Less”
What is Autosuggestion? Autosuggestion (if you don’t already know) can be defined in many ways but put simply, it is training your subconscious to manifest that which you want most into your main consciousness and at the forefront of your mind. Or even simpler it is basically the ability and practice of controlling yourContinue reading “How To Use Negative-Autosuggestion Today to Break Bad-Habits”
When it comes to your goals, never take no for an answer. You’ve probably heard the tale of Thomas Edision trying the Light Bulb 999 times, and getting it right on the thousandth. Do you think we would even have light bulbs today if there wasn’t a man as stubborn as this to conduct its trail and errors? Or even attempt to do something that has never been done? Do you think Mr. Edison would have tried his experiment one-thousand times if hadn’t already seen it work in his dreams, visions, and/or notations?
That means you’re going to have to be extremely picky on what you spend your time reading. Because even if you read a book a day for the rest of your life, you aren’t even going to make a 1% dent in the archives of the Library of Congress. And if you don’t read them the right way, you aren’t going to get anything from it! What do I mean by this? Let’s just say a year or two into my classic’s studies I picked up a book called: The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli – tried reading it, and put it down after 10 painful-to-read pages.
That’s why you always hear of best-selling authors, and never best-writing ones.