Something To Think About


Something To Think About
by Michael S. Clouse

It has been long stated, and these words are true: "We become what we
think about." Therefore, the question that begs to be addressed is,
"What are you thinking about?"

What thoughts go through your mind—from the time you awaken from your
slumber, until the time you retire late into the evening? Have you ever
stopped to think about all the words, wisdom, and wonder you use to fill
the inside of your head? And if you were actually aware of what you were
mulling over, would these internal conversations be directing you away
from, or towards, that glorious vision of the future you've already
imagined inside your mind?

If it's true—and it is—that your Philosophy (defined as everything you
know, and how that information effects you) dictates your Attitude (what
you think about), and if your Attitude ultimately effects everything you
have... Would it be wise to have access to a few, shall we say, more
positive thoughts to ponder all day long?

If this sounds like more than a great idea, below you will find 33
Philosophies for your consideration... As you slowly consider each and
ever one, try to imagine what would happen to you business, and to your
life, if you learned them, and thought about them everyday!

Stop worrying about the person who says "No." Focus instead on those who
simply "Don't know."
—Michael S. Clouse

If you share a good idea long enough, it will eventually fall on good
people. —Jim Rohn

Successful people do what unsuccessful people are unwilling to do. —Jeff

The basics are the business. —Michael S. Clouse

Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out. —Robert

Work only with those you would choose as friends.
—Michael S. Clouse

Two things you can control: The quality and frequency of your message.
—John Kalench

Believe and act as if it were impossible to fail.
—Charles Kettering

It's okay to be ignorant at first, if your goal is to become intelligent
over time. —Michael S. Clouse

Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. —John

Always ask yourself what steps a leader would take, and then take them.
—Brian Koslow

I will persist until I succeed. —Og Mandino

When you desire wisdom with the same intensity that you desired to
breathe, then nothing will stop you from getting it. —Socrates

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a
habit. —Aristotle

If you want this thing to work, you've got to work this thing you want.
—Michael S. Clouse

Talking with two people a day brings freedom my way.
—Randy Gage

Motivation is like bathing... It may not last, but it's still a good
idea now and then. —Jim Cathcart

Managers do things right, leaders do the right things.
—Warren Bennis.

Action without study is fatal. Study without action is futile. —Mary

The things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing
them. —Aristotle

You will never find time for anything. If you want time, you must make
it. —Charles Bixton

Don't say, "If I could, I would." Say, "If I can, I will."
—Jim Rohn

Work on yourself more than you work on your business. —Michael S. Clouse

Success is something you attract, by the person you become. —Jim Rohn

Whatever you vividly imagine, ardently desire, sincerely believe, and
enthusiastically act upon...must inevitably come to pass! —Paul J. Meyer

If you will become the very best messenger you possibly can, the message
will take care of itself.
—Michael S. Clouse

Money always flows to the leader... If you want more money, simply
become more of a leader.
—Robert T. Kiosaki

The key to success is dedication to life-long learning.
—Stephen Covey

The Law Of Magnetism: Who you are is who you attract. —John C. Maxwell

You master the words by hearing the music one more time. —Michael S.

He who stops being better stops being good.
—Oliver Cromwell

>From time to time we all need to be reminded—that if we just stay the
course—we will achieve our dreams.
—Michael S. Clouse

Success leaves clues. —Anthony Robbins

Thinking about these words of wisdom daily will cause you to act
differently over time... Therefore, if you truly desire to better
yourself, your business, and your life—study them, do them, and then
teach these powerful proven philosophies to everyone know!

All the best,


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Copyright 2002 by Michael S. Clouse.

Michael S. Clouse
Editor-in-Chief, Nexera e-News™.
Former Editor-in-Chief, Upline® Journal.

University of Illinois at Chicago
Certified Network Marketing Professional.

Author of Future Choice, Building Your Empire,
Seven Prospecting Secrets, Business Is Booming!
Prospecting 101, and The TeleCoaching Workshop.

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