Friday, August 17, 2007

And the end becomes the beginning - returning to roots

Funny, all this work on our Online Millionaire Plan has just (again) come full circle.

Where we are in life is determined by what we think we are - and what we thought in the past. Many, many people have covered this over and over and over.

So my initial work in self-help, counselling, metaphysics - all this stuff - comes right back to those who actually achieve millionaire status. Only those who think they can - and then plan out and actually executes that plan - will actually become millionaires.

They gather wealth around them and give it away in droves. Because they know that wealth is all internal - not how much money is in your bank account. Money, your house, the car you drive, the clothes you wear - all reflect only on how much service you are providing to the world, the community around you.

And that is the simplicity to becoming a millionaire - or billionaire - or whatever-aire.

"The world is what you think it is." goes the old Huna principle.

"You become what you think about." goes Earl Nightingale's Strangest Secret - which he says he got from Napoleon Hill, who in turn credited older sources.

So what does this mean for me? I'll slog through this backlog of getting three A/R series up and running - sending automated messages out to everyone who subscribes - to promote the books I already have going.

And then I get back to my real work, which is re-publishing all these great authors who tell in modern words what we have been missing for all this time. The idea is to provide those many teachers which no one school has, to provide those many paths up the mountain.

Yes, I still have my art to do, but first I should get out all these books and get everything down to a maintenence-cycle. Then I'll be able to do my art some days each week, while I market the rest. Current priority is to get the books I write selling in sufficient volume to enable me to quit my day job and invest this time in art work - another niche to enter.

Well, I have to beg off now. I've got some work to do in getting my free special reports ready. Seems I've found a way to brand all these reports with Adobe Acrobat... (nice being able to use all that graphic art background.)

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