Sunday, June 17, 2018

Earl Nightingales 3 steps to success

We live in a world where access to information is easier then ever. With that being said, some would say that it is our duty as individuals to seek out knowledge to not only improve ourselves, but the world around us.

"If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants. "
-Isaac Newton

There are a great many teachers that have existed and that number continues to grow, and one of the original teachers of financial abundance says it like no one else. Below are Earl Nightingales 3 steps to success

  • Understanding the law- Knowing that what we reap is an exact proportion to what we sow. In other words the money you make is a reflection of what you do, how well you do it and how hard it is for you to be replaced. Take in consideration how good you are at your job, how much do you know about it and can you improve yourself. The more you educate yourself on the in’s and out’s of your type of work you eventually become an expert in your field. An expert is not only recognized as such, but becomes indispensable to their company or community there by increasing his or her income and creating a greater and greater safety net of income.
  • The Gold mine- Do you think for yourself or do you conform to the majority of the world around you. The game changers of this world used their brains to purposely be creative in order to follow their dreams. They take the time to think outside of the box. The human brain can conjure up thousands of ideas, most may be bad, but it only takes one idea to create millions of dollars. Conforming and copying others makes you like them and keeps you limited. We are all unique individuals with unique perspectives, abilities and skills. It is worth taking time every day to tap into and think about who we really are and what we really want out of  this life. Take time  everyday to create lists of ways that you can use to improve your life or to follow your dreams.
  • Attitude- Ones attitude towards the world is reflected back at him by his environment. In other words we become what we think about the most. What are you thinking about all day long? Do you see problems or solutions? Are you thankful for what you have or constantly focused on what you don’t have or what others have? Putting on a good attitude utilizes the law of cause and effect for good. Decide to be happier, to be more grateful, focus on the good let go and forgive the bad and soon opportunities will show them selves to you where once you saw nothing. A person with a great attitude is considered lucky, but in reality he is thankful.

"People think I’m happy because I’m rich, but I’m rich because I’m happy!"
-Richard Branson