Personal success

Focus on your feelings

In all of my recent posts, in discussing the law of cause and effect, I have focused so far on the power of your thoughts. I now want to take this conversation to a deeper level and offer you this possibly new strategy to accelerate the process of manifesting your desires: focus on your feelings!

Think about it. Why do... Read More ➝

How are you doing with your integrity?

I previously stated that successful people think differently than unsuccessful people – that’s the bottom line. So the only way to become successful is to learn to think the way successful people think. And, because they think differently, successful people also act differently than unsuccessful people. And truly successful people operate with integrity.

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What’s your mindset: scarcity or abundance?

In part four of this series on success, I stated that there exists something called the law of cause and effect. Simply stated, you are the “cause,” and what manifests in your world is the “effect.” More specifically, your thinking and beliefs determine how you become the “cause” in your company and your life.

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Are you playing to win or not to lose?

In part four of this series on success, I stated that there exists something called the law of cause and effect. Simply stated, you are the “cause,” and what manifests in your world is the “effect.” More specifically, your thinking and beliefs determine how you become the “cause” in your company and your life.

Last week I gave... Read More ➝

Learn to look for the good

Back to our conversation about success: Let’s take a simple example of the law of cause and effect. I often ask people when I do interviews in a company if they are satisfied or not. And then I ask them to give themselves a score on a scale of 1 to 10 as to their level of satisfaction.

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We live inside of fertile soil

Someone sent this to me given our discussion. Don’t know where it came from but it’s dead on and worth sharing:

George Bernard Shaw said, "People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the... Read More ➝

The law of cause and effect

In the last issue, I stated that successful people think differently than unsuccessful people – that is the bottom line. So the only way to become successful is to learn to think the way successful people think.

Why is this true? Because there is something called the law of cause and effect. Let me quote from Chapter 9... Read More ➝

The real source of your success

In the last few posts, I’ve been asking what is the formula for success and if there is indeed such a formula. Here are a few more responses to my question about the source of success:

“I believe the answer to all successful people is that they are motivated to succeed because it comes from THEIR OWN heart,... Read More ➝

More myths about the pathway to success

I graduated from engineering school and then went to work for the US Patent and Trademark Office in Washington, DC. I attended George Washington University Law School and graduated in the top 10% of my class. I moved to California and soon found myself in a private law practice. And I worked hard at it.

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Why not play full out?

As a follow up to what I wrote about last week, if you understand that life and business is not about winning or losing but rather is about winning or having learning experiences, the obvious next step is to learn to play full out. That is something most people don’t do. Why is that?

Look at it this way: you... Read More ➝