During the beginning of my home based network marketing business career, I was taught to “Work Harder On Yourself, Than You Do On Your Job” by Jim Rohn. I really didn’t understand what that meant until I started to study books, tapes, CDs, and DVDs on Personal Development.
Laws Of The Universe
Once I started to educate myself on a daily basis, I was taught that there were laws of the Universe which we were not taught in school. All successful people learned to follow and abide by these laws. I did not know how to do that until my mentors taught me step-by-step.
One of the best movies which educated us on one of those laws was the movie, “The Secret”. It explained the Law Of Attraction in a movie format which was very easy to understand. It starred many personal development coaches like Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, Michael Beckwith, John Assaraf, Bob Doyle, Mike Dooley, Bill Harris, John Demartini, Fred Alan Wolf, Lisa Nichols, Denis Waitley, James Ray, Joe Vitale, Marci Shimoff, Neale Donald Walsch, Marie Diamond, and others. They all had the same message. The Law Of Attraction works like a magnet and we attract things and people in our life which match our thoughts and feelings. Wow! So if we are thinking negative thoughts, we attract negative circumstances in our life. So if we are thinking positive thoughts, we attract positive circumstances in our life.
I started to apply the Universal Laws and studied personal development each and everyday. It changed my life forever! And each day I do my best to get a little bit better everyday!
Here is the first 20 minutes of the Secret:
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