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In New York City, a Korean family managed to download a small convenience grocery store in midtown Manhattan. The first thing they did was clean it. The store sparkled with cleanliness. Then they stocked it with all the grocery items they felt the people in their area wanted. They were open early in the morning. They stayed open late at night. They never failed to give a friendly greeting to their customers.

Naturally, they became wonderfully successful. They were open seven days a week. One day, customers coming to the store found it closed. On the door was a note explaining the reason why. What drives these people with such vast handicaps, such as not knowing the language, not know- ing the right people, not having any money?

Or the boy with the burned legs who becomes the champion runner?

Or a Helen Keller, blind and deaf from early childhood? What in the world is the answer? We touched on it in our last message. They have a burning desire to succeed despite all handicaps.

They know exactly what they want. They think about it every day of their lives. It gets them up in the morning, and it keeps them giving their very best all day long. They have a vision of exactly what they want to do, and that vision carries them over every obstacle. This vision, this dream, this goal — invisible to all the world except the person holding it — is responsible for perhaps every great advance and achievement of humankind.

Everything worthwhile that has been achieved by men and women is a dream come true, a goal reached. What the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.

We become what we think about. Oh, they want little things. They want a new car, and they get it. They want a new home, and they get it. The system never fails to work for them.

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Quite often, we become truly alive for the first time in our lives. We are not all alike. Each of us is quite different, with different abilities, different genetic profiles, different wants in life.

What would wonderfully satisfy one family, and represent complete success for them, would be considered failure by another family — all because of their different aspirations, their different plateaus in life, the differences in their life-styles, up- bringings, educations. The youngster who knew poverty as a child might aspire to be rich — he might overcompensate because of the desolation of his youth — while another young person, who was raised in an upper-middle-class family and who always had just about everything he wanted, might settle for a very middle-class adulthood.

On the preceding message, we talked about freedom and about how dear it is to those who never had it, while most Americans take it for granted and never even think about it. If you asked most Americans what the most important thing in the world is for a human being, chances are they would seldom come up with freedom — the freedom to set their own goals in life. It is, in fact, the very definition of success.

But where is he going from there? They have lots of recreation, and they get lots of rest. The young person working to finish school is as successful as any person on earth. The person working toward a particular position with his company is just as successful.

It gives meaning to our time off and comfort to our sleep. It makes everything else in life so wonderful, so worthwhile. When they think of the word success, most people tend to equate it with lots of money. But not always, by any means.

Joy and satisfaction come to us from serving others, and there are literally millions of ways of doing that. For those whose goals involve the serving of great numbers of people, chances are they will be richly rewarded, indeed.

In fact, for many, a goal is a certain level of income, or a certain amount of money in an investment account. A goal is an individual thing — as individual as the person himself.

Since no two people are exactly alike, it stands to reason that no two of us will have exactly the same goals.

One thing a goal must do, however, is fill us with positive emotion when we think about it; it must be something we want very much to bring about. The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious, will direct us along the path to its fulfillment. How do they enrich others?

I wrote back to him and told him that my defini- tion of success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal. Certainly, people in the drug and pornography business would not qualify as successful. And in the case of drugs, it involves the enslavement and death of thousands. I went on to say that while our needs are few, and relatively simple, our wants, in this incredibly affluent society, are virtually endless.

By meeting those wants, whatever they may be, we serve others — but not always to their benefit or to our own. But I did not stop using the quotation. Why bother when there are so many positive, excellent, and productive ways to serve others? For the rest, aver- ages seem to be good enough. Most seem to just drift along, taking circumstances as they come, and perhaps hoping from time to time that things will get better. I like to compare human beings to ships, as Carlyle used to do.

And while they fondly hope that they will one day drift into some rich and bustling port, you and I know that for every narrow harbor entrance, there are a thousand miles of rocky coastline.

The chances of their drifting into port are a thousand to one against them. Our state lotteries wax rich on such people. So do the slot machines in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.

Someone wins from time to time, to be sure, but the odds are still there. All he has to do is keep doing certain things every day. If someone asked you for your next port of call, your current goal, could you tell him?

Is your goal clear and concise in your mind? Have you written it down? We need remind- ing, reinforcement. Thousands of successful people write down their goal on a card and carry it in their wallet or purse. They might say good health or happiness or lots of money. Good health should be a universal goal; we all want that and do our best to achieve and maintain it. Happiness is a by- product of something else.

And lots of money is much too vague. The better, the more clearly, our goal is defined, the more real it becomes to us — and, before long, the more attainable.

For example, children are happier on Christmas morning before they open their presents than they are on Christmas afternoon.

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No mat- ter how wonderful their presents may be, the anticipation is over. They will enjoy their gifts, to be sure, but we often find them querulous and irritable on Christmas afternoon.

We are happier on our way out to dinner than we are on the way home. We are happier preparing to leave on vacation than we are coming home from it. And we should never stop this process.

All the days of our lives, we should be engaged in moving toward — earning and looking forward to — a new plateau on which to stand, a new goal to accomplish. Your list might include a beauti- ful new home, or a trip around the world, or a visit to some special country or place.

You might be yearning for a sailboat or a motor yacht. It might be a business of your own, o r a particular position with your company. It might be a certain income that will permit you to live in the way you would like to live, or, as I said earlier, a certain amount of money in good invest- ments or in a savings account. How about a special make of car, or an addition to your present home?

Just write down everything you can think of that you would really like to see come about in your life. Then, make number one your present goal. Listen to this message often, as I hope you will listen to all the messages in this program, until the suggestions become a habit-knit way of thinking and doing things. Believe me, the system works.

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Success as a human being is not a matter of luck or circumstance. Success is a matter of sticking to a set of common sense principles anyone can master. Lead the Field has created more millionaires and launched more careers than any other audio program. Description Additional Reviews. Details Profit from the "Program of Presidents" in Lead the Field Hundreds of thousands of people have profited from the wisdom and savvy of Lead the Field!

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The man who bought the farm noticed a blue and red shiny stone one day at the bottom of a brook, he picked it up and, finding it very pretty, he placed it on the mantle.

Some days later, a visitor picked it up, went pale and told the farmer that the stone he had picked up was an enormous diamond. The farmer, astounded, told the visitor that his brook was full of stones like that. The farm that the first farmer had sold to go in search of diamonds, turned out to be one of the most productive diamond mines on the African continent.

He had sold it for a mouthful of bread to search elsewhere for something that was in front of his nose. He would have known that had he taken the time to prepare himself and to learn what a diamond in the rough looks like. What does that tell you? That we all have diamond fields, we only have to recognize them and exploit them. All you need is the patience and wisdom to explore intelligently and effectively the work you are already doing.

Everything we do is rich with opportunity. In order to spot them you have to look with new eyes.

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To put it into practice: Begin by taking an hour a day with a notebook to sketch out your work. Try to see with new eyes and examine all the ingredients. Opportunities are there — fields of diamonds. A Worthy Destination The United States is overflowing with immigrants who come here to escape appalling conditions in their countries. They all started over from nothing with everything against them — without wealth, without knowing the language, without material possessions.

And they have succeeded in a remarkably short amount of time. This was a wonderful experience for them filled with happiness. Because freedom is the most precious thing — and the most rare — on earth.

By coming to the United States, they have been able to taste it and intoxicate themselves on something that is taken for granted by most Americans. So it is with all our desires: once we have realized them, enjoying them on a daily basis becomes something we take for granted, and they lose a great deal of their interest and their magic.

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It is desire, more than realizing desire, that makes us happy. Children are happiest on Christmas morning when the wrapped presents await them under the tree than once the surprise and the suspense is over; we are happier going to the restaurant than coming home; happier when we are leaving on vacation than when we return.

And we are happier when we are pursuing our goals relentlessly than when we have reached them. What is Success Success is the progressive accomplishment of an objective that is worth the effort.

The success lies in the journey towards the objective — the desire — rather than the objective itself — the accomplishment. For the rest, average is a good thing.

Therefore it is important to set worthwhile goals , and to set more once you reach them. Every day of our lives we should be engaged, advancing, and learning and looking out for higher heights from which to set out again. But in order to do so you must know what you want. You will become whatever you think of yourself. Miracles of Your Mind We are the only species on earth to be endowed with the power to shape our lives in accordance with images we see in our mind.

Everything that has been done by humans is the result of following goals and objectives. On a more individual level, everything we have — our work, our relationships with our family and others, our philosophy of life — is the result of the use we have put our mind to. Note: I am not in agreement with this statement by the author. And does not really reflect what we know today about how the brain works.

Look here for that information. Use of our brain There is a simple way to make better use of our brain: every day, take a piece of paper, write at the top our primary objective, then write underneath all the ideas that come into our head to help up reach this goal. Do this for an hour. We can easily come up with about 20 ideas a day on paper. And this will only have taken us hours, out of 8, If we subtract about 2, hours for sleep, and about 1, hours for work, that leaves us 3, leisure hours.

Never in the history of humanity have we had so much time to devote to things other than work. One out of 4, Or 40, — one big idea every 10 years would be more than enough! Destiny in the Balance Our rewards in life are always in accordance with the services we perform. It is a universal and general law, the law of cause and effect. Services include our thoughts, our work, our actions, our words.

Before looking for rewards, we must reflect upon our services and improve them. This law appears simple and yet it is, for the most part, misunderstood and ignored by all. There are so many people who lean against a mantle where the fire has gone out in a freezing room. When the problem comes from their service to themselves, which is not worthy of the rewards they expect.

Rather than worrying about what the future will bring, we would be better off using our wasted energy to find and improve our services — to improve ourselves — by thinking of the best ways to do so. Seed for Achievement The seed for achievement is integrity. Integrity is honesty and truth, with others and with yourself. If we are at peace with ourselves, we cannot be false towards others.

If our words carry integrity, our sleep will not be troubled and we will respected everywhere we go. There is nothing we cannot accomplish if we live by this principle from the inside out. To be honest with oneself implies taking responsibility to use what we have to the utmost. And what we have, our under-utilized mind, our abilities, our talents and our time.Now, this is what we call the middle class, and it is divided into two main groups.

Try to remember this formula: The amount of money we receive will always be in direct ratio to the demand for what we do, to our ability to do it, and to the difficulty of replacing us. You are now, and you most certainly will become, what you think about. Miracles of Your Mind We are the only species on earth to be endowed with the power to shape our lives in accordance with images we see in our mind. The young person working to finish school is as successful as any person on earth.

One day, customers coming to the store found it closed. It all started with a man with a human brain, watching a customer who was standing around with money in his pockets and nothing to spend it on. The Miracle of Your Mind Now, remember two important points with regard to this: In fact, Lead the Field has often been referred to as the "Program of Presidents" because so many top executives have incorporated Earl's guidance and wisdom into their management philosophies.

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