Become An Inverse Paranoid
Jack Canfield wrote, in his book The Success Prinicples, W. Clement Stone, was once described as an inverse paranoid. Instead of believing the world was plotting to do him harm, he chose to believe the world was plotting to do him good. Instead of seeing every difficult or challenging event as a negative, he saw it for what it could be-something that was meant to enrich him, empower him, or advance his causes.
Jack added, "Imagine how much easier it would be to succeed in life if you were constantly expecting the world to support you and bring you opportunity. Successful people do that.
There is growing research that the vibrations of positive expectation that successful people give off actually attract to them the very experiences they believe they are going to get."
So if you are faced with any challenges today, remember to ask yourself, "How do I use this experience to my advantage?"
Look for the opportunity in everything.
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Brain researchers estimate that your unconscious data base outweighs the conscious on an order exceeding ten million to one. This data base is the source of your hidden, natural genius. In other words, a part of you is much smarter than you are. The wise people regularly consult that part.
Michael j. Gelb
"According to an ancient legend, there was a time when ordinary people had access to all the knowledge of the gods. Yet time and again, they ignored this wisdom. One day, the gods grew tired of so freely giving a gift the people didn't use, so they decided to hide this precious wisdom where only the most committed of seekers would discover it. They believed that if people had to work to find this wisdom, they would use it more carefully.
One of the gods suggested that they bury it deep in the earth.
No, the others said-too many people could easily dig down and find it.
"Lets put it in the deepest ocean," suggested one of the gods, but that idea was also rejected. They knew that people would one day learn to dive and thus would find it too easily.
One of the gods suggested hiding it on the highest mountaintop, but it was quickly agreed that people could climb mountains.
Finally, one of the wisest gods suggested, "Lets hide it deep inside the people themselves. They'll never think to look in there." And so it came to be-and so it continues today.
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You Are A Creator/p> "Never get afraid that you will lose what you want because some other person 'beats you to it' that can not possibly happen." There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the inter spaces of the universe. A thought in this substance produces the thing that is imaged by the thought. A person can form things in his thought, and, by impressing his thought upon formless substance can cause the thing he thinks about to be created. The universe is abundant. You do not have to want for anything another person has. Becoming a creator rather than a competitor, puts you in a position to get want you want, while enriching the lives around you. When you are a creator you understand the supplies of the universe are endless. When you are a competitor you believe that supplies are limited. This perception causes the ability to create to stall. Never look at the visible supply. Look always at the limitless riches in formless substances. Free Marquee Text Generator
From The Science Of Getting Rich
Just Lean Into It.
"You can't cross a sea by merely staring into the water."
Rabindranath Tagore 1913 Nobel Laureate for Literature.
"Oftentimes, success happens when you just lean into it-when you make yourself open to opportunities and are willing to do what it takes to pursue it further-without a contract, without a promise of success, without any expectation whatsoever. You just start. You lean into it. You see what it feels like. And you find out if you want to keep going-instead of sitting on the sidelines deliberating, reflecting, and contemplating."
Leaning Into It Creates Momentum
One of the most extraordinary benefits of just leaning into it is that you begincreating momentum-that unseen energy force that brings more opportunity, more resources, and more people who can help you into your life at seemingly just the right time for you to benefit the most from them.
Many of the best-known acting careers, entrepreneurial pursuits, philanthropic projects, and other "overnight successes" happened because someone responded favorably to the question "Have you ever considered...?" or "Could I convince you...?" or "Would you be willing to take a look at...?"
Jack Canfield The Success Principles
So your easing along in your endeavors and you get this great idea. What's the possibility? You never know unless you...."Just lean into it".
Someone comes along, and throws a suggestion out to you, that could improve your status, shake off the fear, the ifs, buts, and maybes, and..."Just lean into it".
You find yourself in a place where an opportunity you weren't expecting is suddenly an arms reach away, Awkward timing? Doesn't matter. "Just lean into it.