George Freelen Hondo, TX, United States
The Subconscious Mind, chapter 12
Only through careful mental preparations can one consistently make wise choices. The subconscious works day and night. We must keep a watchful eye on the subtle differences between success and failure. We cannot control our subconscious mind, but we can hand over to it any plan we wish to transform into concert form. The problem we must discipline our positive thoughts and our negative thoughts. The subconscious mind will not remain idle. If we fail to discipline these thoughts, the subconscious will feed upon thoughts that reach it by neglect.
Failure is largely a function of neglect. We fail to do the small things that we should do. Small neglects have a way of becoming major oversights with the passage of enough time. Not doing the things we know we should do causes us to feel guilty and guilt leads to an erosion of self-confidence.
I read a statement somewhere – it ties in with Michael Dlouhy’s ‘The way you do anything is the way you do everything’. What we think determines what we believe; what we believe influences what we choose; what we choose defines what we are; what we are attracts what we have. If we are not happy with where our past decisions have led us, then the place to start is with our current thinking process. We are what we think about.
The key phrase in all this and in network marketing is “what we are attract what we have”. If we want more we must become more.
George Freelen, San Antonio