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Where have I been? What have I been doing?

Since December of 2009 I took a temporary job assisting in a computer refresh. Then in March 2010 I took another job which was an even longer commute. The classes I had been taking increased in content and activities. I earned my degree at the end of October 2010. Still working but pushing myself to do better, do more and move up within the orgainzation.

In 2011, it is my intention to provide regular updates and to promote the teaching of Napoleon Hill, Andrew Carnegie, Wallace D. Wattles and other similar minded individuals. The purpose is to focus on the principles, use them and write about the results. The main thing will be to focus my thoughts, feelings and actions on the things I want to happen in my life. Protecting my thoughts against fear , doubt and worry and projecting the thoughts on the things I want.

Napolean Hil shared a poem which sums up what he thoughts about this when he wrote about the Law of Autosuggestion. The poem is as follows;

The Man Who Thinks He Can

If you think you are beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don’t.
If you like to win, but you think you can’t. It is almost certain you won’t.
If you think you’ll lose, you’ve lost,
For out in the world we find success begins with a fellow’s will. It’s all in the state of mind.

If you think you are outclassed, you are.
You’ve got to think high to rise.
You’ve got to be sure of yourself before you can even win a prize.
Life’s battles don’t always go to the stronger or faster man
But soon or late the man who wins is the man who thinks he can

Walter D. Wintle

The law which Napleon calls the law of Autosuggestion is part of the Law of Attraction and Law of Vibration. Many have written about these laws and Earl Nightengale is known around the world for his speech, “The Strangest Secret.” It all centers around our thoughts! We become what we think about most.

As 2011 was approaching, I was finishing the book “The Magic of Believing” by Claude M. Bristol. Claude reminds us of the words of Job, “For the thing which I greatly feard is come upon me.” What is fear but thought with an intense emotion backing it up. I reflected on that line for some time.

I have read this book before however as it is with many of the reading materials or audio files the more you study the materials there will be something which will stand out and will likely seem like new. I hope to bring you such information from various related sources throughout 2011.

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