Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Jack Canfield Motivational Success Principles

I just basically say the law of attraction says like attracts like. So, if you want to be successful you need to come from a place of vibrating that you're successful. You need to be thinking about the successes you already have.

If you want to attract more money you need to be thinking abundantly, so even though you might only be making $40,000 a year you want to be focusing on your gratitude for that coming from a state of abundance.

And then what happens is you'll attract more abundance to you. If you're talking all the time about what you don't want or how bad it is, then what you're going to attract is more how bad it is.
Jack Canfield on CNN LARRY KING LIVE.

It’s been said that success in life is a lot like a connect-the-dots game. So many people have gone before us — leaving maps and guidebooks about how to replicate their success — that all we have to do is connect the dots.

The problem is that most people focus on their failures rather than their successes. But the truth is that most people have many more successes than failures, if only they count all the small daily successes we all achieve ? driving to work without an accident, getting the kids to and from school, making dinner for the family.

If you have a vision and a life purpose, and you believe in it, then you do not let external events tell you what is so. You follow your internal guidance and follow your bliss, as Joseph Campbell used to say.

The same principles work; you're clear about your purpose, if you set goals, if you have a clear vision, if you visualize your goals complete, if you take action, if you respond to feedback, if you persevere in the face of obstacles, if you build relationships, if you are appreciative, you know we could go down the list.

Well most people are walking around - they don't even have goals! Ten percent of Americans have goals written down for the year. I mean, 90% don't, and the 90% are working for the ten percent who do.

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