Archive for December, 2007

Focus and Perseverance – Two Exceptional Keys to Success

Sunday, December 30th, 2007

The secret of success is focus. It is the one secret that ties everything together. According to the law of attraction, what you focus on is what you get. Therefore when you focus on all the qualities of success, you attract them to you. The more you do actions that lead to success, the more success you experience. The success of anything you do begins with focus. That’s when you call all your powers together for the accomplishment of a thing. Focus is an act of will which is the faculty that rules everything.

Limitless Potential – The Art and Science of Visualization

Friday, December 28th, 2007

People have been using meditation and visualization techniques for centuries, yet no one really knows exactly how or why the procedures work. But that’s all changing. The scientific reasons behind this metaphysical phenomenon are being revealed with our growing understanding of the subatomic world of quantum physics.

Infinitesimally smaller than the miniature world of atoms, subatomic entities like electrons, protons, and a multitude of other bodies in the quantum make up the essence of the physical universe.

While most of us would assume that tiny particles inside atoms are inanimate objects oblivious to our existence, a fundamental tenet of quantum physics is that we cannot observe the subatomic world without disturbing it. In other words, subatomic particles actually respond to the people watching them.

Five Wishes – A Gift That Changed My Life

Wednesday, December 26th, 2007

When I was in my thirties, I had a conversation that ignited a hidden power in me and revealed to me my life-path. I tell the story of this profound moment of my life, an experience that set me on a path to having all my dreams come true, in my new book Five Wishes. My hope and intention in sharing this moment with you is that it gives you not only a story you’ll enjoy but also a powerful tool you can use to make all your dreams come true.

Attention is the Price You Have to Pay for Your Desires

Monday, December 24th, 2007

As the old saying goes, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” Recently I was in a store that was offering a free pack of razor blades if you bought two tubes of shaving cream. Well, of course, the blades weren’t really free – their cost was passed on to the customers indirectly in the price of other things they bought at the store.