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Remember that writing is not just for writers. Writing is a way of capturing positive thoughts in a tangible format that makes them more real. Write a positive vision of your future and go back to it when you’re feeling discouraged. It’s the same technique as visualization, except that you come out with an actual document that serves as a blueprint for success.
Barbara Sher’s book, I Could Do Anything, If I Only Knew What it Was, is a great read. Sher takes the time to she reveals how to “recapture long lost goals, overcome the blocks that inhibit your success, decide what you want to be, and live your dreams.” Sher has a formula for deciding what you really want to do (which may or may not be related to what you’re doing now.) Then she helps you plan steps to get there.
Tony Schwartz, who is President and CEO of The Energy Project, says we’re suffering from an energy crisis, and this one’s personal.
In Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill talks about the secret to success – almost 70 years before the bestseller The Secret was published. In 1938, Hill also talked about the power of your mind to create the reality you want to live. That include finding the job or starting the career that you imagine is the right one for you.
You might never win an Olympic gold medal, but you might be able to steal a move from these remarkable competitors as you watch the winter games.