Thursday, September 1, 2016

No Limits! How To Create The Success Habit Now With The Five Not-So-Secret Secrets of True Achievement

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By Richard Kent Matthews - Career Coach


How to get rich, how to live better, how to be a nicer person, how to communicate with ease, how to get her or him or it to like you more, how to get the universe on your side, how to pray, how to meditate, how to, how to, how to...
Go to your local bookstore or check out Amazon.com and there they are, often by the dozens, sometimes by the hundreds. Books--printed, audio, Kindle, iPad--of every stripe on how to be better, have more, do more, get more. And, fortunately or unfortunately, I've read at least 300 of them. Have they helped? Hindered? Neutral?
In all my reading and studying of self-help and metaphysical materials over the past 35 or so years, five basic principles have emerged. They're simple, powerful, and have been around a lot longer than any of the books I found them in, whether Norman Vincent Peale, Tony Robbins, Queen Latifah, or any of the well-known gurus wrote or recorded them. They are older than the Bible, the Qur'an, the Buddhist texts, the Hindu texts, and the Tao Te Ch'ing. They've been around ever since humans began to develop civilizations. 

Why? Because they work. And we have been practicing them more than we haven't, interestingly enough, for thousands of years.

What About the Dire Warnings? 

I know that it seems like we've been consciously avoiding them, especially when you hear all the bad news coming across TV, radio, and Internet these days. But, lest we forget, all the dire warnings are for ratings and profit. We needn't--and mustn't--take them too seriously.
Here are the five principles that have been the glue of culture since its dawn. Take them or leave them. It's always your call.  But if you take them to heart and into practice, get ready for some changes. I won't tell you what the changes will be but I guarantee you won't be the same for much longer if you take up my challenge: