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

Improve the Quality of Your Thinking

Anyone, Starting From Wherever They Are, Can Become WealthyIn one series of I.Q. tests given to children ages 2 – 4 years, 95% of the children were found to be highly creative with curious, questioning minds and an ability for abstract thinking. When the same children were tested again at age 7, only 5% still demonstrated high levels of creativity. In the ensuing years, they had learned to conform; "If you want to get along, you had better go along," is what they had discovered. The Dangers of ConformityThey had learned to color between the lines, to sit in neat little rows, to do and say what the other kids did and said, and to do as they were told…. Read more

Increase Your Earnings 1000%!

Here’s an exercise for you; imagine that it’s possible for you to earn ten times your current annual wage. If you’re earning $25,000, imagine for a moment that it’s possible for you to earn $250,000, a 1000% increase. Believe In YourselfThe first reaction of most people to that exercise is to smile briefly and then to begin thinking about why it isn’t possible. One man said to me, "If you knew how many years it’s taken for me to get to what I’m earning today you wouldn’t be suggesting that I could earn ten times as much." There Are No ExcusesMark Twain once wrote that there are a thousand excuses for every failure but never a good reason. The tragedy… Read more

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