Book Review: Chapter 1 – The Impersonal Life Rarely has a book provided solace and comfort other than the bible…
Here we are, the first month of the year, after holiday celebrations and major detours off our business routine. How do we get ourselves back to the business that we want to explode?
We want to cleanse ourselves of these “memories” so there are no longer any “limits” between us and Divine inspiration. That inspiration can enter and take us where we want to go. We can become anyone we want…
Perhaps you’re tired of working for someone else’s dream. Why continue to fill the coffers of someone else’s bank account when you can fill your own!
In Napoleon Hill’s book “Outwitting the Devil” he says the devil’s purpose is to make mankind “drift” through life. He’s saying when we give up our ability and our enthusiasm for taking an active part in our own lives each waking moment, we tend to become victim to the habit of “drifting” through life.
Take for instance when we watch television. This activity doesn’t usually require active participation. We may become engaged emotionally, or in cases of educational fare or during some game shows I won’t name, mentally engaged. For the most part, however, television is pure entertainment and we can become habitual television watchers because of its convenience. We have temporarily lost sight of our definite chief aim in life.
Napoleon Hill intimates that each activity and thought should be weighed as either relevant or irrelevant to our definite chief aim.
I want to show you the power that you have within yourself that will take you where you want to go. I want to introduce you to a whole community of entrepreneurs who have all different types of businesses, but by helping people on their team realize their dreams, they can be set free of the employee syndrome and really enjoy their lives.
Did you know that many of the wealthy elite classes in the world passed this secret down through the generations, but they kept this knowledge from the lower classes because they didn’t want them to know.
You don’t have to be a top earner,
top producer, or a superstar to be
Someone shared a post on Facebook that blew my mind.
One of the main concepts stressed by many successful entrepreneurs is that in order to be successful at anything, your outside expression and outlook needs to match what is on the inside.