Written by Jeff McCall

Earl Nightingale once said "Whatrepparttar mind can conceive and truly believe, it can achieve!"

Was he right? Well you tell me,repparttar 124086 proof is right in front of you! Take a look around, right now, this very moment. Everything you see before you,repparttar 124087 consumer goods,repparttar 124088 furnishings,repparttar 124089 decoration, they all began as a flicker of an idea in someone's imagination.

The truth is, you can achieve absolutely anything you want to. But you have to be realistic here, you have to take account of your own physical limitations. I mean, if you're currently enjoyingrepparttar 124090 autumn of your life, I'm sorry to have to tell you, you ain't going to win an Olympic gold medal inrepparttar 124091 100 metres sprint. And if you throw yourself offrepparttar 124092 top of a hundred storey building, flap your arms as much as you like, but rather than soar withrepparttar 124093 birds you'll still make a nasty mess onrepparttar 124094 pavement.

If you're still with me, you'll appreciate that there's an absolute limit to your potential that I'll call your "real ceiling". Now unless you're pretty peculiar,repparttar 124095 chances are that you're currently living under a "false ceiling" that you've created and installed all by yourself. Didn't know you were a craftsman did you?

This "false ceiling" is severely restricting your growth. It's so low, you're banging your head on it every time you try to stand up straight. Your banging your head so much, trying to achieve anything is a constant headache. Ouch! There you go again!

A lot of people have made a big mistake, they've built their "false ceiling" no more than three or four feet fromrepparttar 124096 floor. They can't even sit up straight without banging their heads. Are you one of them?

So how high is your "real ceiling" then? Imagine you're standing in an atrium, or even a cathedral, whererepparttar 124097 ceiling towers above you by as much as 100 ft or more. There's your "real ceiling"! Look up, how high is that? You'll get a stiff neck just looking.

This "real ceiling" isrepparttar 124098 limit of what you can realistically and absolutely achieve in your life. But here's where it gets interesting.

I want you to imagine everything you've ever desired, even in your wildest dreams,repparttar 124099 fast car,repparttar 124100 big house,repparttar 124101 money,repparttar 124102 power,repparttar 124103 happiness. How high is your "dream ceiling"?

Are You Ready To Stop Working?

Written by John Colanzi

I've got a confession to make.

I don't work anymore.

I haven't worked in almost two years.


I have so much fun online. I would never consider it work.

The amazing thing isrepparttar more fun I haverepparttar 124085 better my results. Once I quit working everything just fell into place.

If you're not having fun and if you consider your online enterprise just another 9 to 5, maybe you should reconsider your goals.

Don't take my word for it, listen to what some ofrepparttar 124086 worlds greatest thinkers have to say about Work.

Considerrepparttar 124087 lilies ofrepparttar 124088 field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: and yet I say unto you, that even Solomon in his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Jesus

Work is love made visible. Kahil Gibran

What we call "creative work" ought not to be called work at all, because it isn't. I imagine that Thomas Edison never did a days work in his last fifty years. Stephen Leacock

If you feel that work is a punishment or hardship, or if you have no desire for work, or live inrepparttar 124089 hopes of retiring soon - do not think you are entertainingrepparttar 124090 thoughts of a wise man; you are merely dancing torepparttar 124091 tunes that savages played ten thousand years ago. Patanjali

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