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A Measly Buck Begins Your Transformation

Bob Proctor (from the hit movie, “The Secret”) is offering you a preview membership before he officially releases it, for only 1 dollar. Six Minutes to Success gives you short and sweet golden nuggets of inspiration daily, to massively increase … Continue reading

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A Message From Frank Kern

A Message From Frank Kern Let me tell you something about YOU. YOU can do anything you want. YOU are in control. YOU can achieve as much success as you want to. YOU can and will pick yourself up when … Continue reading

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Contrasts In Time

It’s amazing what a century can do.   Time was when . . .  Just imagine how they could have fathomed iPhones back in that era?  Now try for any inkling on the Internet then. If you’re lucky, ask your … Continue reading

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My Perfect Life

This is a trap that I fall into — we’re taught goal-setting, and we always shoot for what we do NOT have. If the way we feel is an indicator of what we are attracting, what is natural for any person to feel if they continually focus on what they do not have?

Setting the goal is the starting point — it is an exercise of contrasts. Once the goal is set, however, let the good feelings begin. Usually, the “bad” feelings set in immediately, especially if you’ve set quite a stretch goal. You start having doubts. It’s almost automatic that you will have thoughts of why you would not make the goal.

But, you must nip it in the bud, and your task is to focus on how good you will feel once the goal is achieved. And to help you with that, ask yourself this question. What is present in your current experience, that you can be thankful for, as it resembles or aligns with the good feelings you will feel once your goal is achieved?

‘The minute you stop focusing on what you lack, start focusing on what you’ve already got, and add the “magic” ingredient of action, you actually begin to attract more of what you want.’

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