We Move Towards What We See in Our Mind

In the classic book Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill shares a Self-Confidence Formula. This is a formula that he asks readers to memorize and repeat aloud once a day and there is good reason for this. The second paragraph of that formula goes as follows: I realize that the dominating thoughts of my mind … Continue reading We Move Towards What We See in Our Mind

écouter et répéter

I love the French language. The guttural Rs...the way one word seems to join another in a sentence...except in certain cases...pure music. To learn French back when I was in secondary school - our teacher always started the lesson by asking us to "écouter et répéter..." - listen and repeat. In Og Mandino's 'The Greatest … Continue reading écouter et répéter

If You Don’t Commit – You Won’t Get It!

Barbara Corcoran was a guest on the Nate Berkus Show yesterday and I am  really happy that I caught the episode. She was giving advice to young designers and artisans, critiquing their presentations and helping them to better sell their wares. At the end, Nate asked her to summarize what she has learned over the … Continue reading If You Don’t Commit – You Won’t Get It!

Imagining And Living As If The World Is One|Beyond Labels (via Borderless Thinking)

Imagination is described by Napoleon Hill author of Think and Grow Rich as 'the Workshop of the mind'. He says we can create ANYTHING we imagine. Cherry provides great perspective. Let's use our imaginations collectively to create a much better world! Imagine (1971) Imagine there's no Heaven It's easy if you try No hell below … Continue reading Imagining And Living As If The World Is One|Beyond Labels (via Borderless Thinking)

Things to do vs. What I’ve done

I had an a-ha moment this morning. Over the last couple of weeks I've been feeling really tired but this morning I realized that most of it was not physical fatigue but mental. Now I am a note taker - constantly jotting - writing things down, yet I still felt the burden of all my … Continue reading Things to do vs. What I’ve done