Here's the secret in 3 steps:
1. Suspend disbelief as you read the following:
2. "We Become What We Think About." - Earl Nightingale
3. Then, decide that it's true.
Now, the rest of your life, you'll be testing this for yourself.
You may be asking questions like these:
You'll find continuing instances of how this is true and how it might not be.
You'll be "haunted" by this singular thought, although the results won't make you lose sleep - instead, you'll awake with fresh inspirations from time to time about how to live your life even better than you are now.
Because you've just started on a journey which has no definite end.
As Earl Nightingale once said: "Do what the experts since the dawn of recorded history have told us to do: Pay the price, by becoming the person you want to become. It's not nearly as difficult as living unsuccessfully.
"Start today. You have nothing to lose - but you have your whole life to win."
©2012 Dr. Robert C. Worstell (P)2014 Dr. Robert C. Worstell
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Listening to multiple audiobooks I have found this one to be one of the best. My favorite parts are the examples he gives. A ships engines won't start if it doesn't have a destination set.
I enjoy every minute of it. I will definitely read it again. I'm glad made notes while reading.
"Certainly more than 30 seconds but sure inspiring"
The Book is similar to Napoleon Hill's books thinking grow rich etc. I like how short this book is and see how it can be an annual refresher to listen to.
"Much of the same"
No new ideas.Some practical suggestions .Nothing earth shattering.Well presented.I was looking for something out of the ordinary.This book does not provide it.
"The title is grotesquely misleading"
Less like text-book reading, more like a genuine speech.
half way into the book, I still haven't heard anything about how to change your life in 30 seconds. The author starts with the entire content of another book named The Strangest Secret, and goes on to rant out all sorts of self-help materials, and it just goes on and on. But where is the 30 second stuff???
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