An Accumulation of Riches

Little Things Mean A Lot One of the greatest success principles of all is called the Law of Accumulation. This law says that everything great and worthwhile in human life is an accumulation of hundreds and sometimes thousands of tiny efforts and sacrifices that nobody ever sees or appreciates. It says that everything accumulates over time. That you have to put in many, many, many tiny efforts that nobody sees or appreciates before you achieve anything worthwhile. It’s like a snowball. A snowball starts very small, but it grows as it adds millions and millions of tiny snowflakes and continues to grow as it gathers momentum. Learn What You Need To LearnThere are three areas where the law of accumulation… Read more

Two Rules for Business Start-ups

Entrepreneurship is the art of finding profitable solutions to problems. Entrepreneurship is the art of finding profitable solutions to problems. Every successful entrepreneur, every successful businessperson has been a person who has been able to identify a problem and come up with a solution to it before somebody else did. Here are the five rules for entrepreneurship. Find A Need And Fill ItFirst, find a need and fill it. Ross Perot, when he was working for IBM, saw that his customers who were buying IBM computers, needed help in processing their data. He went to IBM with this idea and they said they weren’t interested, so he started his own business. He eventually sold it out for $2.8 billion dollars…. Read more

Be An Optimist at All Times

Everyone wants to be physically healthy. You want to be mentally healthy as well. Everyone wants to be physically healthy. You want to be mentally healthy as well. The true measure of "mental fitness" is how optimistic you are about yourself and your life. In this newsletter, you learn how to control your thinking in very specific ways so that you feel terrific about yourself and your situation, no matter what happens. Control Your Reactions and ResponsesThere are three basic differences in the reactions of optimists and pessimists. The first difference is that the optimist sees a setback as temporary, while the pessimist sees it as permanent. The optimist sees an unfortunate event, such as an order that falls through… Read more

The Key to Taking Control

Stress management requires that you take complete control over the activities of your daily life. Set PrioritiesStress management requires that you take complete control over the activities of your daily life. This means that you plan your day, set priorities and work on high value tasks. The indispensable key to time management is concentration, the ability to focus single-mindedly on one thing, the most important thing, and to stay with it until it is 100% complete. Create Chunks of TimeThis is not only the hardest challenge that a manager faces, but the ability to concentrate single-mindedly is probably the rarest single ability in the workplace. Most of our important tasks take large chunks of time. We need to plan and… Read more

The Law of Forced Efficiency

This law says that, “There is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing.” You Always Find the Time When you run out of time and the consequences for non-completion of a key task or project can be really serious, you always seem to find the time to get it done, often at the very last minute. You start early, you stay late and you drive yourself to complete the job rather than to face the negative consequences that would follow if you didn’t get it completed within the time limit. Rule: “There will never be enough time to do everything you have to do.” You Are Already Overwhelmed The… Read more

The Parable of Talents

The Parable of the Talents is the primary reason for wealth or poverty throughout history. Reasons for Rich or Poor Why do some people retire rich and most people retire poor? This subject has fascinated philosophers, thinkers, mystics and teachers throughout the ages. There have been so many cases of hundreds or thousands and even millions of men and women who have started with nothing and become financially independent that people are naturally curious to know why it happened and what are the common rules or principles that others can apply to become wealthy as well. Why People Become Rich One illustration of this key principle is called the parable of the talents. In the Bible, it says, “To him… Read more

Make Every Minute Count

Your mind is your most precious asset. You must be continually working to increase the quality of your thinking. Turn Driving Time Into Learning Time One of the best ways is to turn driving time into learning time. Listen to educational audios in your car. The average driver according to the American Automobile Association, drives 12,000 to 25,000 miles each year, spending 500 to 1000 hours that you spend each year in your car. That is the equivalent of 12 1/2 to 25 40-hour weeks. This is the same as two full university semesters spent behind the wheel of your car each year. If you did nothing but use that traveling time as learning time, this decision alone could make… Read more

The Golden Hour

You become what you think about most of the time. You become what you think about most of the time. And the most important part of each day is what you think about at the beginning of that day. Start Your Day RightTake 30 minutes each morning to sit quietly and to reflect on your goals. You’ll find when you read the biographies and autobiographies of successful men and women that almost everyone of them began their upward trajectory to success when they begin getting up early in the morning and spending time with themselves. Feed Your Mind With Positive IdeasThis is called the Golden Hour. The first hour sets the tone for the day. The things that you do… Read more

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