Think and Grow Rich is a tried and true classic book on the subject of – You are only as happy and successful as YOU want to be. The big take away is YOU get to decide how you want to run your life. Make a decision to be happy and successful and then work every day towards it as if your life depends on it. Eventually it won’t be work, it will be a lifestyle. In the original Think and Grow Rich, written by Napoleon Hill and published in 1937, Hill draws on stories of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and other millionaires of his generation to illustrate his principles. A read that could change your life. Amazon link to purchase the book.
It’s all about perspective. You can wake up and decide it’s an exciting day filled with new adventures and challenges, or you can wake up and decide everything is going to be a drudge and people are out to get you. It’s a decision we make every day. It’s harder to choose the first because it involves real effort but the payoff is so incredible.
Instead of waiting for our government to solve your health care needs, take action and do everything you can to keep yourself and your loved ones well, and away from doctors and hospitals. So many in our society are already suffering from disease, but for those of you who are healthy. I urge you to do everything possible to keep yourselves that way. Eat sensibly, exercise and do those boring but important things that keep you out of harm’s way; like washing your hands during flu season, reducing stress through meditation and yoga, and taking a daily multivitamin. So much of your medical future is within your power to control.
One day your life will flash before your eyes. MAKE SURE it’s worth watching!
“The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts.” John Locke
This list of web-based resources will point you toward web sites that will help you learn how to do new things, stay on top of current events, and learn about topics where your current knowledge may be lacking. And these resources will do all that in under 10 minutes each day. Do you know of any other sites where people can absorb quality, new information in under 10 minutes?