Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Thought plus feelings attract! - The law of attraction in action

Thoughts plus feelings attract! Thoughts choose the direction, and our feelings attract our circumstances. - Jim Britt

I'm reading a new book called "Unleashing your authentic power resistance-free living" by Jim Britt. This is my second book by him and I highly recommend it! I haven't even finished the first chapter and I've already got 7 post it flags on quotes.

Have you wondered why the Law of Attraction didn't seem to be working for you. Where is your attention? Is your attention on your intentions? Or are you distracted? If your feelings are pushing you away from your intention, then how can you expect it to happen? You must align your feelings and your actions to activate your attraction.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months (AAPL)

iPhone Developer: I Just Made $250K From App Store In Two Months (AAPL)

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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Mind Movies - The Law of Attraction in Action!

I can't begin to rave enough about how much my wife & I are enjoying Mind Movies. If you haven't heard of them yet, let me tell you that they are the coolest thing I've seen in quite a while. You can check them out at Mind Movies.

We downloaded the 6 generic movies about 1 to 1 1/2 weeks ago and have already begun to see results. The concept is quite simple. Watch a 1.5 to 3 minute movie that you make with pictures of all the things you want to attract into your life twice a day. Watch one in the morning and one before bedtime. I'm not going to tell you exactly what I've been attracting, but I'm quite pleased with the results!

Pleased enough that I'm going to buy the whole package today after 1:00PM. You can too. Check it out by clicking the link below! You won't regret it!

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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Goodnuff - Why would you choose good enough when you can choose the best?

I was reading an article in my Microsoft Visual Studio Magazine this morning called "When to gamble on new technology". It was interesting "enough" until I reached the 4th paragraph and read that the author uses a concept he calls "good enough". If something will work, maybe it isn't the newest, fastest, most efficient, etc, but it is "good enough". He uses it.

I understand the concept that he is going for. Because in technology, sometimes the learning curve to cost ratio is too high. It makes using the newest, bestest, etc, not the most cost effective. So why not use the concept of "best choice"?

As leaders, we should be applying this concept all the time. When working on something, simply ask "Is this the best choice I can make, right now?". If it is, then keep going, but if there is something better, go for it! Don't settle for "good enough" or as I often hear and say "Good Nuff"!