I am the proud owner of a successful internet marketing website.
But that doesn’t surprise me, because before I built my website, I knew it would be successful. No question about it. Why was I so sure? Because I have a deep-rooted belief in myself and my abilities. And I’m willing to do whatever it takes to succeed.
And you? How confident are you that you will be
successfully? Do you have the mindset needed to succeed? Are you ready to do whatever it takes to succeed?
You see, anyone can say they want to be successful. That’s it
the light part. However, what is more difficult is actually doing it. When
things start to get tough, most people take the easy way out and quickly disappear into the night like a Key West sunset. The only difference is that they don’t rise and shine the next morning.
In fact, most things don’t even have to be that hard
people. They decide early in the game that they will do this
the success stuff is entirely too much work.
Why is that? Because, unfortunately, they have a weak mind. It is
an ailment that affects the average person. That’s why the number of people who succeed at any level is only a small percentage of the total population. In order to be strong and positive, you need to program your mind for success.
So how do you program your mind for success? By reading
self improvement books, listening to self improvement tapes and
CDs, watching self-improvement videos, going to motivational seminars – whatever works for you. However you enjoy learning the most, do it.
So, what self-improvement books should you be reading? That’s it
Question for $64,000? There are literally tens of thousands of them
self improvement books on the market. So you have infinity
selection for selection. I honestly can’t tell you which
you should read it. However, I can tell you a few of my favorites.
“Think and grow rich”, Napoleon Hill. “The magic of thinking
Big,” by David J. Schwartz and “Psycho Cybernetics,” by Maxwell
Maltz and “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie.
The self-improvement books listed above are all-time classics and should be part of everyone’s personal library. Speaking of libraries, you
you can find these classics in almost every library and bookstore
in the world.
My favorite of the self-improvement books mentioned above is
“Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. There’s just something
strangely magical about that book. When you start reading it, a
a sudden calm comes over you. You are developing the silent type
confidence and inner conviction. It’s hard to really explain it. But when you read the book, you’ll see exactly what I mean. But it really is magical.
Now it’s not enough to just read self-improvement books. After
If you read them, you also need to take action and do exactly what
the books tell you to do. Otherwise, their reading is only one
an exercise in futility.
In the end, success is within everyone’s reach. All you have to do is reach out and grab it!