Friday, January 4, 2008

Lesson 7 Revealed on the SGR program

Here is an excerpt from lesson 7 of the Secret Science of Getting Rich program:

Wallace D Wattles said,

"Thinking in the certain way will bring riches to you, but you must not rely on thought alone, paying no attention to personal action. This is the rock upon which many otherwise scientific metaphysical thinkers meet shipwreck – the failure to connect thought with personal action."

Bob Proctor told an interesting story about having breakfast one day with Earl Nightingale, the co-founder of the globally successful Nightingale-Conant corporation. Bob explained that he was fascinated with the great volume of business that Earl Nightingale took care of, but even more particularly with the way Earl seemed to move in a calm, confident manner. He never appeared to be rushed. So, one day at breakfast, Bob asked Earl how he had mastered time management. Earl laughed and said, “I’ve never mastered time management. Nobody masters time management. Time can’t be managed. I merely manage activities. Each night, I write down on a sheet of paper a list of the things I have to accomplish the next day. And when I wake up … I do them.”

What a powerful lesson! While it seems like such a ridiculously simple solution, Earl Nightingale was demonstrating the very key to this chapter – he had learned how to connect powerful thought with powerful personal action.

As you’re watching the movie, The Secret, you must remember that, while various speakers are talking about the Law of Attraction, what ALWAYS precedes that attraction is ACTION.

Without ACTION, there is no attraction!

As a final note, I’d like to remind you that your list should be aggressive, but don’t try to shove 170 activities into a single day. You won’t get anywhere on that plan either. Remember what Wallace Wattles reminds us of: “Your action must be in your present business or employment. It must be upon the persons and things in your present environment. You cannot act where you are not. You cannot act where you have been, and you cannot act where you are going to be. You can only act where you are. Do not dwell on whether yesterday’s work was well or poorly done. Do today’s work well. Do not try to do tomorrow’s work now. There will be plenty of time to do that when tomorrow comes. If you take care of the action, the attraction will always take care of itself."

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