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Consciously Creating Circumstances

Consciously Creating Circumstances

By George Winslow Plummer

Some of us assign good luck and coincidence with random events,  but as Consciously Creating Circumstances explores, perhaps these circumstances are not so random at all.cccrtcyl

Published in 1935, George Window Plummer explores the idea that human beings have natural powers inside them.  We can access these powers by tuning into our   contemporary alchemical philosophy of the Christian Mystics..

George Winslow Plummer  also shows you how to tune into those powers, and use them for personal and financial success.

Anything is possible, and this book has been said to contain “metaphysical dynamite” which can, and will, change your outlook on life.

 

The Success Spiral - www.TheSuccessSpiral.com

The Success Spiral

The Succes Spiral
Release Into The Flow and Master Surfing The Success Spiral
Author: Simon Hedley
www.TheSuccessSpiral.com 

The Success Spiral - www.TheSuccessSpiral.com

The Success Spiral – www.TheSuccessSpiral.com:

Have you ever noticed that some people are in “Flow” as they journey towards Success?

From finances to relationships, opportunities to connections, things seem to come easily and their success seems magical and inevitable.

Rather than moving in a linear straight line predictable 9 to 5 manner.. some people move through their lives with ease and “luck” like dolphins surfing the flow.

Maybe you’ve even experienced that yourself from time to time?

The Success Spiral™ is the key that seemed to underpin them all.

It’s a great read, and a book that is both simple, subtle and powerful.

Thoroughly recommended.

The E Myth Revisited

E-myth Revisited

E-myth Revisited
Work On Your Business, Not In It
Author:  Michael Gerber

The E Myth Revisited

The E Myth Revisited

I wish I’d read this book 10 years ago.. There are so many “Doh” moments, where I found myself going, that’s where I went wrong.. So many of us get it wrong, and this should be essential reading.. I can’t believe no one told me to read it before. (Many thanks to Simon Hedley, I owe you one for recommending this)

Michael Gerber’s The E-Myth Revisited should be required reading for anyone thinking about starting a business or for those who have already taken that fateful step. The title refers to the author’s belief that entrepreneurs–typically brimming with good but distracting ideas–make poor businesspeople. He establishes an incredibly organised and regimented plan, so that daily details are scripted, freeing the entrepreneur’s mind to build the long-term success or failure of the business. You don’t need an MBA to understand or follow its directives; Gerber takes time to explain buzzwords and complex theories. Written in a clear and well-paced manner, The E-Myth Revisited is like receiving advice from an old friend.