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The Power of Positive Thinking

The power of positive thinking is very powerful. When you have positive thoughts, you will change yourself and your destiny. To be effective you need to not only think about this but you must believe it.

Let’s say two people are trying to complete the same difficult task. Both people are equally intelligent and equally skilled. One of those people has a positive mental attitude. They are confident that they can complete the task. The other is full of anxiety and self-doubt. They are worried they can’t do it.

Who do you think will probably be able to complete the task fastest, and with fewer mistakes? Chances are very good that the confident individual would finish first, and with better quality work.

Why? It’s simple. People make mistakes when they are stressed out. When they are upset, depressed, frustrated, or angry, they have a harder time dealing with things.

How many times have you been trying to do something and you got very frustrated or even angry? Did you find it harder to get it done? Maybe you were trying to repair something and you kept dropping your tools, and the more it  happened, the angrier you got. And of course, the angrier you got, the more it happened.

Negativity affects you in many ways, but it can make it extremely difficult to get things done. When you think negative thoughts, it will often affect your behavior without you even realizing it.

Instead, you must focus on thinking positively. Whenever negative thoughts enter your mind, you have to learn to push them right back out again, or replace them with a positive thought.

You need to learn to eliminate negativity from your life in order to improve it.

You must realize the power of positive thinking does work. It works by changing your attitude toward a situation. This opens your mind to getting more done, to completing tasks easier, and to having the confidence it takes to make things happen.

This simple process can make your dreams come true. When you are happier, you beceome more confident, and positive, you will accomplish much more. And there’s no “magic” in that!


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Justin Bieber and the Law of Attraction: It Works

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 The Law of Attraction works in strange and mysterious ways. Here is a true story of how my 7 year old taught me about the Law of attraction.

The television story said that the upcoming Justin Bieber Concert was sold out. Tickets were impossible to get and there was no way you would be able to get in.

My seven year old daughter was excited. “Dad can you get me tickets to Justin Bieber. I really want to go more than anything.”

I was surprised and shocked. Not that she wanted to go to a concert, but that she knew who Justin Bieber was. I had heard of him. Not his music. But I was aware that his video is the most watched video on YouTube.  No small feat. That is big news .

But I didn’t know my daughter even knew who he was.  She had never talked about him. She didn’t watch him on television. She had never talked about him before.

“Dad, I want you to get tickets for Justin Bieber” she pleaded.

“Sorry,” I explained, “There is no way you can go. You just heard the tickets were sold out. “

“Dad I want to go see Justin Bieber. I really want to go”

“I didn’t know you even knew who he was”, I explained.” If I had known you wanted to go, I would have tried to get tickets”.

“I want to go Dad. Get me tickets.”

I explained again (and again) that the concert was sold out.  I told her there was no way she was going to go to the concert.

“I’m going to the concert, she announced. I want to go and I’m going to go.”

Now listen, I’m a believer in the law of attraction. I believe in the power of belief. If you believe in something strong enough, it will happen. You need to be clear on your desires. You need to know specifically what you want and if you  believe it strong enough, you will get what you want.

Over the next several weeks, she told me she wanted me to get her tickets to see Justin Bieber.  At first I quietly explained to her that she would not be going to the concert. But she kept bringing it up again and again. And again.

“I’m sorry, you are not going to the concert. The concert is totally sold out. Everyone wants to go. And you are not going. Now that’s that”.

“Dad, I want to see this concert. I’m going to see Justin Bieber. And I don’t care what you say. I’m going.”

One of the most difficult jobs in raising a child is to explain to them, they can’t have everything they want. A painful lesson, to be sure, but an important one.

“I’m going, Dad. I want to go and I’m going to go.” She said it again and again.

The night before the big show, I sat down with her explaining that there was no way she was going to be able to see Justin Bieber.  “I’ll get you the CD”, I told her.

“No Dad. I want to go to the concert. I’m going”.

The next morning the phone rang. Early. Very early. It was one of our friends. They had just purchased tickets on-line.  They had an extra ticket. Did our daughter want to go?

“See Dad, I told you I was going to the concert,” she said. She ended up going and had a great time.

So my daughter had to re-teach me an important lesson about the law of attraction. If you really want something you need to truly believe that is what you want. And you will get it

Leave it up to the law of attraction. If you want anything bad enough, you can have it.

You can have everything you want, including tickets to Justin Bieber.

And now my 7 year old daughter, as become the master and I am the student.

You can’t get concert tickets to see Justin Beiber but you can get the:  It Works System, Right Here. Click Me.

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Respectfully Submitted,
Albert Grande

A Message to Garcia Part 2


By Elbert Hubbard

    As the cold of snow in the time of harvest, so is a faithful
    messenger to them that send him: for he refresheth the soul of
    his masters.–_Proverbs xxv:_ 13


In all this Cuban business there is one man stands out on the horizon
of my memory like Mars at perihelion.

[Sidenote: The President needed a man]

When war broke out between Spain and the United States, it was very
necessary to communicate quickly with the leader of the Insurgents.
Garcia was somewhere in the mountain fastnesses of Cuba–no one knew
where. No mail or telegraph message could reach him. The President
must secure his co-operation, and quickly. What to do!

[Sidenote: And found one]

Some one said to the President, "There is a fellow by the name of
Rowan will find Garcia for you, if anybody can."

[Sidenote: He delivered the message]

Rowan was sent for and was given a letter to be delivered to Garcia.
How "the fellow by the name of Rowan" took the letter, sealed it up in
an oilskin pouch, strapped it over his heart, in four days landed by
night off the coast of Cuba from an open boat, disappeared into the
jungle, and in three weeks came out on the other side of the Island,
having traversed a hostile country on foot, and delivered his letter
to Garcia–are things I have no special desire now to tell in detail.
The point that I wish to make is this: McKinley gave Rowan a letter to
be delivered to Garcia; Rowan took the letter and did not ask, "Where
is he at?" By the Eternal! there is a man whose form should be cast in
deathless bronze and the statue placed in every college of the land.
It is not book-learning young men need, nor instruction about this and
that, but a stiffening of the vertebrae which will cause them to be
loyal to a trust, to act promptly, concentrate their energies: do the
thing–"Carry a message to Garcia."

[Sidenote: The Moral]

General Garcia is dead now, but there are other Garcias.

No man who has endeavored to carry out an enterprise where many
hands were needed, but has been well-nigh appalled at times by the
imbecility of the average man–the inability or unwillingness to
concentrate on a thing and do it.

[Sidenote: There are other Garcias]

Slipshod assistance, foolish inattention, dowdy indifference, and
half-hearted work seem the rule; and no man succeeds, unless by hook
or crook or threat he forces or bribes other men to assist him; or
mayhap, God in His goodness performs a miracle, and sends him an Angel
of Light for an assistant. You, reader, put this matter to a test: You
are sitting now in your office–six clerks are within call. Summon any
one and make this request: "Please look in the encyclopedia and make a
brief memorandum for me concerning the life of Correggio."

Will the clerk quietly say, "Yes, sir," and go do the task?

On your life he will not. He will look at you out of a fishy eye and
ask one or more of the following questions:

[Sidenote: Which Encyclopedia?]

Who was he?
Which encyclopedia?
Where is the encyclopedia?
Was I hired for that?
Don't you mean Bismarck?

[Sidenote: What's the matter with Charlie doing it?]

What's the matter with Charlie doing it?
Is he dead?
Is there any hurry?
Shall I bring you the book and let you look it up yourself?
What do you want to know for?

I wasn't hired for that anyway!

And I will lay you ten to one that after you have answered the
questions, and explained how to find the information, and why you want
it, the clerk will go off and get one of the other clerks to help him
try to find Garcia–and then come back and tell you there is no such
man. Of course I may lose my bet, but according to the Law of Average
I will not.

Now, if you are wise, you will not bother to explain to your
"assistant" that Correggio is indexed under the C's, not in the K's,
but you will smile very sweetly and say, "Never mind," and go look it
up yourself.

[Sidenote: _Dread of getting "the bounce"_]

And this incapacity for independent action, this moral stupidity, this
infirmity of the will, this unwillingness to cheerfully catch hold
and lift–these are the things that put pure Socialism so far into the
future. If men will not act for themselves, what will they do when
the benefit of their effort is for all? A first mate with knotted club
seems necessary; and the dread of getting "the bounce" Saturday night
holds many a worker to his place.

Advertise for a stenographer, and nine out of ten who apply can
neither spell nor punctuate–and do not think it necessary to.

Can such a one write a letter to Garcia?

"You see that bookkeeper," said a foreman to me in a large factory.

"Yes; what about him?"

[Sidenote: _Who wants a man like this?_]

"Well, he's a fine accountant, but if I'd send him up-town on an
errand, he might accomplish the errand all right, and on the other
hand, might stop at four saloons on the way, and when he got to Main
Street would forget what he had been sent for."

Can such a man be entrusted to carry a message to Garcia?

We have recently been hearing much maudlin sympathy expressed for the
"downtrodden denizens of the sweat-shop" and the "homeless wanderer
searching for honest employment," and with it all often go many hard
words for the men in power.

[Sidenote: _The weeding-out process_]

Nothing is said about the employer who grows old before his time in a
vain attempt to get frowsy ne'er-do-wells to do intelligent work; and
his long, patient striving with "help" that does nothing but loaf when
his back is turned. In every store and factory there is a constant
weeding-out process going on. The employer is continually sending away
"help" that have shown their incapacity to further the interests of
the business, and others are being taken on.

[Sidenote: _This man says times are scarce_]

No matter how good times are, this sorting continues: only if times
are hard and work is scarce, the sorting is done finer–but out and
forever out the incompetent and unworthy go. It is the survival of the
fittest. Self-interest prompts every employer to keep the best–those
who can carry a message to Garcia.

I know one man of really brilliant parts who has not the ability to
manage a business of his own, and yet who is absolutely worthless to
any one else, because he carries with him constantly the insane
suspicion that his employer is oppressing, or intending to oppress,
him. He can not give orders; and he will not receive them. Should a
message be given him to take to Garcia, his answer would probably be,
"Take it yourself!"

[Sidenote: _A spiritual cripple_]

Tonight this man walks the streets looking for work, the wind
whistling through his threadbare coat. No one who knows him dare
employ him, for he is a regular firebrand of discontent. He is
impervious to reason, and the only thing that can impress him is the
toe of a thick-soled Number Nine boot.

Of course I know that one so morally deformed is no less to be pitied
than a physical cripple; but in our pitying let us drop a tear, too,
for the men who are striving to carry on a great enterprise, whose
working hours are not limited by the whistle, and whose hair is fast
turning white through the struggle to hold in line dowdy indifference,
slipshod imbecility, and the heartless ingratitude which, but for
their enterprise, would be both hungry and homeless.

[Sidenote: _A word of sympathy for the man who succeeds_]

[Sidenote: _Rags not necessarily a recommendation_]

Have I put the matter too strongly? Possibly I have; but when all the
world has gone a-slumming I wish to speak a word of sympathy for the
man who succeeds–the man who, against great odds, has directed the
efforts of others, and having succeeded, finds there's nothing in it:
nothing but bare board and clothes. I have carried a dinner-pail and
worked for day's wages, and I have also been an employer of labor,
and I know there is something to be said on both sides. There is no
excellence, per se, in poverty; rags are no recommendation; and all
employers are not rapacious and high-handed, any more than all poor
men are virtuous.

[Sidenote: _Good men are always needed_]

[Sidenote: _Needed today and needed badly–A MAN_]

My heart goes out to the man who does his work when the "boss" is
away, as well as when he is at home. And the man who, when given
a letter for Garcia, quietly takes the missive, without asking any
idiotic questions, and with no lurking intention of chucking it into
the nearest sewer, or of doing aught else but deliver it, never gets
"laid off," nor has to go on a strike for higher wages. Civilization
is one long, anxious search for just such individuals. Anything such
a man asks shall be granted. His kind is so rare that no employer can
afford to let him go. He is wanted in every city, town and village–in
every office, shop, store and factory.

The world cries out for such: he is needed, and needed badly–the man
who can carry



    To act in absolute freedom and at the same time know that
    responsibility is the price of freedom is salvation.





The supreme prayer of my heart is not to be learned or "good," but to
be Radiant.

I desire to radiate health, cheerfulness, sincerity, calm courage and

I wish to be simple, honest, natural, frank, clean in mind and clean
in body, unaffected–ready to say, "I do not know," if so it be, to
meet all men on an absolute equality–to face any obstacle and meet
every difficulty unafraid and unabashed.

I wish others to live their lives, too, up to their highest, fullest
and best. To that end I pray that I may never meddle, dictate,
interfere, give advice that is not wanted, nor assist when my services
are not needed. If I can help people I'll do it by giving them a
chance to help themselves; and if I can uplift or inspire, let it be
by example, inference and suggestion, rather than by injunction and
dictation. That is to say, I desire to be Radiant–to Radiate Life.

The End

The Magic of Believing is You!

The Magic of Believing:
Suggestion is Power

by Albert Grande

"Thought attracts that which it is directed" explains Claude Bristol in The Magic of Believing. Bristol goes on to give valuable life-changing advice for anyone who desires change in their life.

Bristol's masterpiece written in 1948, opens with his description of how he was able to tap into the power of belief. His path, at first rambled through a succession of failures and mediocrity. Filled with countless personal anecdotes and real life stories, he shares his own journey of how he was able to transform his own life.

The Magic of Believing is full of examples in all fields where supreme concentration and self-belief not only overcame obstacles but created perfection. He describes both professional and amateur athletes whose belief in self overcame incredible accomplishments. He uses illustrations of all manner of ordinary people who were able to accomplish the extraordinary.

The underlying source of all achievement according to Bristol is belief. Belief alone, however, is not the answer. You must also enlist the power of the subconscious. This can be done through the repletion of words or phrases which will allow the subconscious to set events into motion for you.

Bristol gives a number of practical techniques which can be used immediately to produce results. One method is called the "mirror technique". He instructs you to stand in front of a mirror, and tell yourself what you want to accomplish for 5 to 10 minutes. This should be done at least twice a day. He reveals how this simple exercise will cause your desires to seep into your subconscious and soon become a reality.

Positive creative thought he concludes "leads to action and ultimate realization. Remember always whatever man can conceive mentally he can bring into materialization."

Use The Magic of Believing as a tool for you to bring your thoughts, wishes and desires to your life. Read it. Re-read it and believe it. The Magic of Believing is in you. 

Inspiration from Will Smith…

Wiil Smith is a very inspired and self aware individual. He has achieved amazing success. He is tenacious and dedicated.

He has a very positive point of view. He knows what he believes and lives by this unwavering set of values.

It’s really very ssimple. This is what I believe, and I’m willing to die for it. Period. I’ts that simple.

Will Smith is a great actor and a wonderful role model. The following video is a compilation of several Will mith interviews. You will discover some wonderful nuggets of wisdom. And you don’t have to dig that deeep….

Here’s more from Will:

This is one of my most important books of all time: