We would all do well to bookmark that last post, print it out, and refer to it daily. It appears to be such a simple formula, but it is also such an empowering reminder to maintain our success mindset by building our self-confidence.
Today, we take a deeper look at what backs Hill’s formula for success and self-confidence.
Support From Nature
Backing this formula is an inexplicable law of Nature. It has baffled scientists for ages. The psychologists call this “auto-suggestion,” and let it go at that.
The name is of little importance. The important fact is–it works for the success of mankind, if it is used constructively. On the other hand, if used destructively, it destroys just as readily. This statement contains a very significant truth; namely, that those who go down in defeat and end their lives in poverty, misery, and distress, do so because of negative application of the principle of auto-suggestion. The cause can be found in the fact that all thought impulses have a tendency to appear in the form of their physical equivalent.
To Build Or Destroy
The subconscious mind, (the laboratory where all thought impulses are combined and readied for translation into physical reality), makes no distinction between constructive and destructive thought impulses. It works with the material we feed it, through our thought impulses. The subconscious mind will translate a thought driven by fear into reality just as readily as it will translate a thought driven by courage or faith into reality.
The Well-Fed Personal Investor
You are an investor—whether you are in the financial markets or not, you are investing in yourself every day. Whether you invest positively or negatively is up to you, but the choice that you make will make all the difference in the world. It is very simple to move your life in one direction or another. As they say, “you are what you eat”—a trite adage to be sure, but all too fitting. Feed your mind thoughts of confidence, success, wealth, and positivity and that is what you will produce.
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