Universal Law

Written by Tony Davies

Have you ever had “one of those days” when absolutely everything goes wrong? Have you ever wondered why some people are successful, while others spend their entire lives struggling? Do you ever getrepparttar feeling that someone is out to get you because everything you touch goes wrong?

If you’re like most people, these thoughts do occur to you from time to time. But what isrepparttar 147007 answer to these questions? Is it a question of luck, could it be fate or is there something else going on here of which most people are unaware?

The answer is both all around us and within us, and is called Universal Law. Just like there are Natural Laws that govern nature (such as gravity), there are other Laws which govern all that happens inrepparttar 147008 universe. Fromrepparttar 147009 spiritual torepparttar 147010 physical torepparttar 147011 mental, everything that happens does so according to Law.

You see,repparttar 147012 Universe around us is a very orderly place in which nothing occurs by chance. Even though one cannot seerepparttar 147013 Laws, or hear them, smell them or taste them, they are there. They apply to everything and everyone – nothing is exempt. Whether one is aware of these Laws or not, they still apply - just likerepparttar 147014 Law of Gravity. Even though one may not be aware of or understand Gravity, it always works. No matter who you are, if you decide to step offrepparttar 147015 top of a tall building, you will fall at an increasing rate of speed until you reach terminal velocity or until you impactrepparttar 147016 ground.

So what are these Laws and how do they work? There are literally dozens of Universal Laws that exist, but for ease of understanding, they can be distilled down to a main seven:

1.Law of Control

2.Law of Accident

3.Law of Cause & Effect

4.Law of Belief

5.Law of Expectation

6.Law of Attraction

7.Law of Correspondence

From these seven, everything else flows. The beauty ofrepparttar 147017 Laws is that once one understands and lives in accordance with them, life becomes extremely simple.

Law of Control The Law of Control simply states that we have high self-esteem and feel good about ourselves torepparttar 147018 exact degree that we feel we are in control of our lives. Unfortunately,repparttar 147019 majority ofrepparttar 147020 population does not live according torepparttar 147021 Law of Control, but rather by its inverse,repparttar 147022 Law of Accident. The truth ofrepparttar 147023 matter is that every one of us is in total control of our life, but until one takesrepparttar 147024 step to determine that they are personally responsible for what happens to them, then they cannot help but live by Accident.

Law of Accident This Law states that we feel badly about ourselves and have low self-esteem torepparttar 147025 degree that we feel events and circumstances control our lives. In other words, we arerepparttar 147026 victims of whatever else happens around us. If good things happen, then we benefit, but if bad things happen, we playrepparttar 147027 victim.

Law of Cause & Effect This Law is also known asrepparttar 147028 Iron Law of Human Destiny because it is so profound and powerful. Simply stated,repparttar 147029 Law of Cause & Effect says that everything happens for a reason. All actions have consequences, as do all inactions. Distilled down torepparttar 147030 simplest possible terms, this law states that for every effect in one’s life, there is a specific cause. The law can also be applied inrepparttar 147031 physical sense through examination of Sir Isaac Newton’s third Law of Motion, which states that “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” If, for example, you were to hold your hand over a candle’s flame (the cause)repparttar 147032 effect would be that your hand would burn and it would hurt!

The truly wonderful thing about this law is that by definition then, we should be able to manifest that which we truly want (the effect), simply by exertingrepparttar 147033 same causes that others before us have exerted and been successful.

Problem Solving Made Easy

Written by Adrian Kennelly

"Problems are opportunities in work clothes". Henry J Kaiser, American industrialist

"I proceed with a courageous and honest analysis ofrepparttar situation. Then I determine whatrepparttar 146976 worst consequences of my failure could be. After imaginingrepparttar 146977 most disastrous consequences that could result, I resign myself to accept them in case it becomes necessary. From that moment on, I concentrate all my time and energy to looking for ways that could alleviaterepparttar 146978 consequences which, mentally, I have already accepted". Dale Carnegie, American orator

Problems: You either love 'em or hate 'em. For some they represent a challenge, something from which to learn. For others problems arerepparttar 146979 beginning ofrepparttar 146980 end, a reason to 'down tools' forrepparttar 146981 day. This is what distinguishes winners from losers, business successes from failures.

Positive thinkers act in a similar way to Carnegie, namely recognising that a problem exists, understandingrepparttar 146982 possible consequences, anticipatingrepparttar 146983 worst possible scenario, and formulating their objectives on this.

Recognising That a Problem Exists

All problems share one characteristic. All are deviations fromrepparttar 146984 norm. For example, where your average/anticipated sales during a given period are Ј200, you have a potential problem where actual sales are significantly less.

All successful businesses set standards. The first step towards solving problems presupposes that you have determined measurable standards against which to measure progress and performance. From this, you periodically compare actual against projected performance. This is best achieved as a team exercise, including management and staff, as appropriate.

Analysingrepparttar 146985 Problem: Defining its Scope

Here you are locating and determiningrepparttar 146986 extent of your problem, deciding whether it has short-term or long-term consequences. A well-defined problem is almost solved and frequentlyrepparttar 146987 solution is obvious. A useful tip is to draw up a 'Problem Analysis Worksheet', including vertical columns where aspects ofrepparttar 146988 problem can be recorded: whatrepparttar 146989 problem is, who was responsible for it, when it occurred, what its consequences might be, whatrepparttar 146990 ideal situation would be (your objectives), how seriousrepparttar 146991 problem is, and so on. Having considered all aspects ofrepparttar 146992 problem, as a team,repparttar 146993 group then lists possible solutions.

Focus on Objectives: Classify these as 'Essential' or 'Desirable'

Your objectives are results you want to achieve, your ideal situation. These should be listed as 'essential' or 'desirable'.

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