In his all-time bestselling record The Strangest Secret,
author Earl Nightingale made one of the most profound
observations of the 20th century. He said:
"You become what you think about all day long."
Brian Tracy, in his incredible book Maximum Achievement,
explains the "Law of Concentration", which states that "What
you dwell upon grows." What both Nightingale and Tracy are
talking about is the issue of focus. What you invest your
energy thinking about, looking at and focusing on will
multiply itself in your Life. What does this mean to you?
It means that you must be very careful about where you
direct your focus. When confronted with adversity, is your
focus on the problem or on the solution to that problem?
The choice is yours, and whichever you focus on is what you
get more of. It means that you have to be mindful of what
you read, what you watch and who you invest your time with.
These input sources will redirect your focus and therefore
what you attract into your Life. You can argue if you like, but
it is an undeniable truth that whatever you focus on most
intently and most often, you get.
So as we head out of 2003 and into 2004, I urge you- pay
attention to where you focus and really what you focus
upon. Change that and you'll not only feel different, but
you'll see an immediate change in your results.
I look forward to our continued correspondence in the New
Year. Make it a TERRIFIC day, and?
Roger Seip is a nationally known memory trainer. He has
help thousands of students across the country improve their
memory as well as study habits. His new program, The
Student's Winning Edge - Memory Training, teaches
students how to train their memory to study more effectively
and get better grades. For more information on how your
student can have a more
Powerful memory visit http://www.MemoryTrainingForStudents.com