Everything is created twice! Huh?

Last Update: September 21, 2020

What do you mean?

A few years ago I read a book by Mary Morrissey and she made that statement, that made me think. What are you talking about, was my response
  • First, it’s created in your mind.
  • Then you work to bring it to pass.
  • If you don't have a passion, a motivation, you ain't going nowhere! (Bad grammar I know)!
  • You have to "see" your self being successful.
  • Are you talking about "manifesting"? Call it what you want.

"Eureka" in Greek means "I see it!"

  • We need more "Eureka" moments!
  • Let’s look at ourselves as succeeding, not failing.
  • How about a little faith in ourselves.
Launch your message!
I leave you with a quote from Henry Ford:

"If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you’re right."

Let that sink in.

Joe


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Anne68 Premium
Love Mary Morrissey. There is a brilliant free download on her website; I think it's called "Stronger"; something like that anyway and there is lots of great content there.

In fact, her website is a good example of how to get people's email addresses; giving something away for free.

Great post, as always, Joe. Thank you for all you do.

Anne xx :)
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Joes946 Premium
Gotta love her
Joe
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LDSewell Premium
Great post - and I have always loved (and believed!) Ford's quote.

Over the course of my life, I have achieved many things my peers failed to do despite them having been there longer, having more training, more education - and more resources.

Why?

Because I believed I could - and so I did.

They believed they couldn't so they didn't.

Now here is the more interesting part, they never even TRIED!

They had already sealed their own fate and set their own limitations - often WAITING for someone else to "GIVE" them a raise, promotion, title, or whatever.

You really do set your own limitations by what you think, so as I always say; Choose Your Own Course, Build a Better Life.

Best regards,

L.D. Sewell
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Joes946 Premium
Spot on!
Joe
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Chefwife Premium
Great post!
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Fleeky Premium
Law of Archimedes

'I found it'

He was the greatest scientist and mathematician of ancient Greece. When discovering the floating power of water whilst bathing he ran through Syracuse shouting 'Eureka, I found it!'

He used his discovery to weight the golden crown of the King and test if it was genuine...
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Joes946 Premium
True.
Joe
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DianeK59 Premium
Great quote and quite appropriate!
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