Friday, January 07, 2005

How A Friend Discovered A Magic Word Of Success

First things first, welcome to my blog!

This entry will be the first of many.

"How A Friend Discovered A Magic Word Of Success"

Today I want to share with you one of the most powerful tools you can use to make almost any change you want in your life.

I was speaking with my friend David on the phone in late 2003 and we discussed how he had become so successful.

David used to struggle with his online business until one day he started doing something different.

He started saying 'find' out loud and to himself.

Every hour.

Every Day.

And strange things began to happen for him.

For a start he stopped listening to all the 'advice' out there and began to think for himself.

Scarey thought i know :)

Second he began to seriously focus on how to FIND more money.

And within a few short days he had raked in almost 5000 bucks.

Today David has the kind of lifestyle most people only dream about.

As a certified hypnotherapist I can confidently say David simply directed the power of his mind towards a specific goal.

Relentlessly.

And his mind realised it must deliver the goods.

And it did.

The lesson here is simple - If you want to achieve your dreams you must learn to concentrate and use the power of your directed thought.

It isn't difficult.

It isn't voodoo.

It's just a little bit of mind magic.

Until next time,

Cliff

P.s. If this intrigues you I strongly recommend a rare 1918 out-of-print book by Theron Dumont. It's called "The Power Of Concentration"

It's the *best* resource out there for developing your own power of directed thought.

The extra's which come with the power of concentration are excellent, especially the super report "5 little known secrets to immediately unlocking your financial greatness".

Surf over here to check it out for yourself :-

http://www.power-of-concentration.com

It's worth every penny.

1 Comments:

At 7:40 AM, Hiren said...

Raplph waldo Emerson said, "Concentration is the secret of success in politics, in war, in business and in all other management of human affaris" However whether this is what exactly he meant, one cannot be sure.

 

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