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Recently I met someone who was talking about how to overcome the Drinking Habit. The concept of overcoming, reducing, minimizing or even eliminating the Drinking Habit is great, but the Law of Attraction states that as long as we think of the “Drinking Habit,” a gap will exist. Then what do we do? Consider ways to achieve I am not a drunker. As you and others consider ways to achieve not to drink, the subconscious mind will shift from “Drinking Habit” to “I am not a drunker,” and in time, a change will occur. Like Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t you’re right.”
Abraham Lincoln stated “You are what you think.” If you are poor and you think you are poor, you will most likely remain poor. Even if you come into money, as long as you think poor, you will lose any monies you acquire. Why do some lottery winners loss their millions of dollars in just a few short years? In their minds, they are still poor.
Yet, if you believe you are rich and you are rich, you will remain rich or regain richness even through times of economic downturns. Warren Buffet has lost millions, if not billions of dollars, during the past year, but he may come out of this recession, even richer than he was. Even if you are poor, but you believe that you are rich or becoming rich, you have the opportunity to become rich, as shown so eloquently by Will Smith, in the movie “Pursuit of Happiness,” about the true story of Chris Gardner.
Now, the Law of Attraction may not always work. First, you need to be realistic, and secondly, you must take action. For example, if you say to yourself that I’m going to be a professional basketball player—and you are only 5 foot and 8 inches tall, your chances of achieving success in professional basketball will be next to impossible. Certainly, even at 7 ft tall, if you don’t practice day after day, week after week, and year after year, you will not be a professional basketball player. You must take action.
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