A Timeless, Tried and True Formula for Achieving Big Results

Written by Gabriel Nijmeh

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This is more than just thinking about what you want; saying that you want to be rich, or you want a better is job is not enough. Everybody has those thoughts. You need to visualize and imagine it. It becomes a part of your existence andrepparttar image becomes clearer and specific. Your thoughts and dreams shape your creative thinking and ideas. Allow yourself to think freely and without limitation. Thought is a powerful tool used to generate ideas that will guide you throughrepparttar 123943 path of success. How else will we advance if no new thoughts or ideas are born.


Desire isrepparttar 123944 means by which you drive your thoughts into action. Without desire, putting your thoughts into action can be very difficult or even impossible. If your heart is not in it this will come through in your actions and behaviour. We have all experienced this sort of feeling and we find ways to get out of that rut and rebuild our passion and desires. If not, you really need to dig deeper and seek out what will fire up your burning desire!

Desire will fuel your faith, commitment and belief in yourself and what you have set out to achieve. For whatever you desire is about seeking fulfillment and self-improvement. When you want something bad enough, you should be able to see it with laser focus. You just know that you are onrepparttar 123945 right track and you start developing an action plan to get you where you want to go.

"A person must not only think, but his personal action must supplement his thought" Wallace D. Wattles - The Science of Getting Rich


This is where it all comes together- your thoughts and ideas drive your desire to act. Taking action leads towardsrepparttar 123946 outcome you have dreamed and visualized. Is it always easy? No. A lot of people fail or donít get exactly what they want butrepparttar 123947 power of dreaming, adapting, learning and seeking fulfillment will guide you torepparttar 123948 right place.

Positive experiences will help break out negative or skeptical feelings and will help you believe that you are capable of great things.

Your success formula: Thought + Desire + Action = Results

Have faith, purpose and courage.

Gabriel is the editor and webmaster of The Money Advisor - http://www.the-money-advisor.com. He believes that everyone is capable of controlling their financial destiny with the right combination of rich thinking and smart action. The Money Advisor, a knowledge network of people, articles, tips, e-books and ideas about making money, saving money and building wealth!


Written by Lee Wise

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And that's exactly what I did.


Day in and day out I swam. I took a job inrepparttar summer with my coach at a local country club so I could work out under his guidance *before* my actual work day began.

I decided to swim when I felt good. I decided to swim when my gut hurt. I decided to swim -- period.


Yep, I lost. I didn't get first in state. I lost torepparttar 123942 same guy by a tenth of a second two years running.

I didn't likerepparttar 123943 second place medal atrepparttar 123944 time. I have to be honest about that. But I also realized something: I *was* inrepparttar 123945 top three!


Because of persistence. There is great value in being persistent.


Rememberrepparttar 123946 three "forces" of persistence.

1. A strong desire. 2. A firm commitment. 3. A series of decisions to act.



Don't kill yourself trying. I call that nuts!! But do try!


*Focus on what you value. What you want. *Make a commitment. *Decide to act.

Then ...

Take one or more simple steps of action toward that goal which is SO important to you!


Lee is a Seminary administrator, has a part-time business at home, and writes his own motivational mailing entitled "A Moment In Time." You may contact him at lfwise@aol.com or by visiting http://www.retirequickly.com/89863. Permission is given to distribute article. This entire paragraph must be included.

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