To my dear readers,
Long time no blog! Sorry, I am really lazy and uninspired. T_T. There are times when I do want to write something, but my lack of willpower results in no action.
However, today, I am very inspired by this book, “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David J. Schwartz. I read this book at a bookstore and took some notes on my phone. I would like to share it with you guys today. Please take some time to reflect on the questions. You don’t have to tell me the answers. You can just answer them in your mind.
Note: The bold words are from the book itself.
Persons with mediocre accomplishments are quick to explain why they haven’t, why they don’t, why they can’t, and why they aren’t.
Which type are you?
Most of us make two basic errors with respect to intelligence:
- We underestimate our own brainpower
- We overestimate the other fellow’s brainpower
Don’t underestimate yourself. You can always do more; be more.
See what can be, not just what is.
What can you see?
The price tag the world puts on us is just about identical to the one we put on ourselves.
How much do you think you’re worth?
Eliminate the word impossible from your thinking and speaking vocabularies. Impossible is a failure word.
If you’ve already made up your mind that it is impossible, you’ll never take the necessary action to get what you want. Continue reading “The Magic of Thinking Big”