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One of My Most Powerful “Aha” Moments – My Midterm

The assignment I took on was the completion of a home improvement project – installing a pull-down attic door. I am not a handy man with carpentry and mechanics. I had started this project in November 2010 with high hopes of just following the written directions and thus successfully installing this door. Unfortunately, I quickly got in over my head and realized I could not finish the installation by myself in spite of my ability to follow the instructions. I needed help from someone who knew more about the subject than I did. Hence, the mid-term assignment I gave myself was to attract someone who would help me finish installing this door, or better yet, do it for me. I made this the focus of my effort for several days and when no one appeared, I returned my focus on making a living and that meant making money. I considered thinking of a different, perhaps less “difficult” assignment, but I felt like that might be cheating, or least “selling myself short”. So I refused to lower the bar.

One of My Greatest Challenges

I once read a quote from someone, I don’t remember whom, that went like this: “We can never achieve excellence as long as there remains a gap between our knowing and our doing.” I believe it was James who wrote, “…be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.” (James 1:22-23). In other words, for our goals and dreams to flow or manifest into physical existence we must ultimately be action takers, or we are just kidding ourselves in the end. How many times do we hear from the great teachers that we must write down our goals? – An action. How many times do we hear that we must review these goals regularly to condition our minds to the point where they are creating the solutions and “mindset” required to achieve our goals and dreams? – Another action. And how many times do we actually get ideas and suggestions manifested to our minds that require an action that die right there in our minds? These are classic examples of what so many of us know, but fail to do.

Law of Cause and Effect

Man-made laws are made up by people to elicit desired behaviors from others. Because they are capricious in nature, they may or may not be enforceable or enforced. When man-made laws conflict with the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God, then there will be observed the so-called “unintended consequences” that man uses to describe the natural results that grow out of the conflict between the man-made law and God’s Law.

A Down Economy May Help You Find Happiness

This past year you probably watched as half of your 401K slowly and painfully disappeared. It seems quite a stretch for even the most naive Pollyanna to think how this could somehow be positive in any way. But given current research about happiness and money, it may be the best thing that ever happened to you and this is why…

The Law of Perpetual Transmutation: How I Made And Lost Eight Million Dollars in One Summer

In the beginning, I made a goal to manifest eight million dollars. I gave myself five years to reach the goal because I wanted to make sure I could actually do it. At that time, I did not understand the laws very well, except that to obtain something as significant as eight million dollars, I needed to write my goal down on a piece of paper and read it over and over again. I followed the steps outlined by Napoleon Hill in his book “Think and Grow Rich.” I wrote down a specific, measurable goal. I set a specific date when the goal would be reached. I even wrote down what I would do to make my goal a reality. I did not really believe I could reach my goal at the time I made it, but then that is not a requirement. Bob Procter taught me that if I take a piece of paper and write a lie on it, that if I read it over and over, then it will not be long before I start to believe it. So trusting the process, I set everything up exactly as I was supposed to.

Financial Freedom – The Secret

Have you ever wondered what the key is to financial freedom? This article exposes the secret that many have missed.

Emotional Intelligence – A Tool for Getting the Most Out of Life

An awareness and understanding of emotions, both your own and others, is necessary for building and maintaining healthy, long-lasting relationships, first with yourself and then with other people. If this seems like a daunting proposition, then some Emotional Intelligence training would be of great benefit to you, because if you are not able to identify and manage your own emotions, you will miss or inaccurately read other people’s emotions. If you are aware of and able to manage your own emotions, then reading and dealing with the emotions of others becomes quite easy. And an accurate reading of others’ emotions helps you to successfully engage in the give-and-take that is so essential to forming solid relationships.

The Science of Getting Rich – Fact or Fiction?

I have to admit that sometimes I find it difficult to wrap my head around the Law of Attraction and all that entails. I want to understand, but some of the explanations of this material are so convoluted I am made to feel like a dog chasing its tail!

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