Thursday, June 26, 2008

What Are You Thinking?

A note from for Thursday June 26 2008

Welcome to this fine Thursday.

My thanks and gratitude to all of our subscribers who have offered assistance as we re-build The Wealthy Attitude website. I’m deeply impressed how many folks have files full of “readers” and related materials that we have sent over the past few years.

Today we go to a good friend of The Wealthy Attitude for a message that has some significance for many.

What Are You Thinking!
By D. Paul Walmsley

"We are shaped by are thoughts. We become what we think." Buddha

There is nothing More destructive in the world than a thought we have that works against our highest good.

What is our highest good you ask, well it's that feeling of bliss when we are prompted by right action, when we can do no wrong. It's being in flow and everything and everyone work in harmony, it's life's majestic symphony and it plays for you.

So how do we get to this "highest good" state? First of all, it requires commitment. Commitment to your goal and commitment to the expected outcome. Not to say that you should expect how things will unfold, but to just know that the outcome will be in your highest and best good.

Furthermore, it requires focus, and not dividing your attention towards lesser distractions. It is very easy for the average person to get caught up in the "thick of thin things."

But wait, there's more. Clarity of purpose is essential in this recipe for success as well, as commitment and focus are great but without real clarity about what you want and why you want it the other two have nothing to anchor to.

No doubt about it, without a solid anchor it's easy to be blown about the game board of life and wind up in places we would rather not be.

But once we are committed to our goal, are focused and have clarity around it everything comes together to produce a most appropriate result.

Be conscious of your thoughts for they shape the very life you lead. If you wish to change your life you must first change your thinking.

Ralph Waldo Emerson penned it well when he wrote: "What lies behind us and what lies before us are but tiny matters to what lies within us."

Keep On Chargin'
D. Paul

Really folks, just what are you "thinking" today?

Take care,


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