I wanted to thank everyone by name that entered the contest. I’m happy that there are supporters behind me, ones that are willing to know before anyone else. The Winners of the contest will be announced, on Thursday night! There will be more contest soon, especially for my next project!! It’s important that I serve the people first, and allow them to encounter this journey that I’ve been on. You all mean the world to me, so THANK YOU and make sure you share me with your mutual friends and family!!!
I remember the first time I picked up this book from Barnes& Nobles. I have to say that from me reading just half of it, I accomplished a lot. I read about 98 pages of the book and I would recommend it to anyone that’s interested in doing things step by step. Jack Canfield and Kent Healy wrote the book. For those of you that don’t know, Jack was the original author of ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’. This book walks you into a door that leads to many doors of opportunity. This is about how to get from where you are to where you want to be! Before I get started in the next blog with this series, I want to say I hope everyone enjoys this. Make sure you have a pen and memo pad with you, so that you can take notes!!!
You ever feel like there’s a lot to do on the internet? It’s kind of like it suddenly becomes a burden to you, because there’s not much to really do. There’s a million things to do, but in reality there’s actually nothing to do. Why not find something else to do? I know sometimes sleeping off the burden sometimes work, but why waste time sleeping when you could be doing another thing.
A teenager goes to the christmas tree, or opens the birthday gift that you have sitting on the dining table. They don’t care about anything else, but the gift. The only thing left to do is just eye it, like it’s your prey. When they finally tear that wrapping paper off, their eyes are glowing like silver bells. They can think of millions of things to do and never become bored. When you think about, their portal of thinking is very wide and there’s always something to do.
Take the example of a grown adult. They get the computer but they don’t do much with it. All they do is watch videos, check emails and than leave the computer there to collect dust. The mind of an adult is more broader than the typical teenagers. All we do is sit there at the computer looking at the desktop or going through the system of the computer to learn its’ components. The best way to do it is just, get on the computer twice a week and than come back maybe a week later. Technological things losses its’ significance very fast!