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Sep 10, 2019 - Matter of Attraction    Comments Off on BE who you are looking for!

BE who you are looking for!

There is a powerful law in science called polarization. It is the magnetic science used to make all the electronics in our world function. Molecules either move to or away from each other and energy is generated. Follow this link to learn more – http://www.howmagnetswork.com/

By studying this science and applying it to your life you can learn to draw to you what you seek. Start by looking in the Mirror . . . Are you acting like the person who your ideal mate desires? Are you acting like the employee you ideal job would hire? Are you showing inspiration to those around you?

Thoughts which are mixed with any of the feelings of emotions constitute a “magnetic” force which attracts other similar or related thoughts.

If you expect others to have confidence in you, you must conduct yourself in a way that inspires trust. Being so cautious that you never try anything new will damage your credibility just as much as will throwing all caution to the winds and trying any idea that comes along without thinking it through. (Most people equate any kind of extreme behavior with poor judgment.) But don’t fall victim to “analysis paralysis.” Learn to separate facts from opinions and make sure your choices are based on reliable information. Then take action!

A rudderless ship and a purposeless person are eventually stranded on desert sand.

The goals you set for yourself — like the rudder of a ship — will guide you toward your destination, and without them, like a ship without a rudder, you’ll find it impossible to stay the course. Make goal-setting a habit in your life.

If you sometimes have trouble staying focused, set small, attainable goals and stick with the job until it’s done. Examples might include finding a faster, more efficient way to do a routine job. Or taking the most difficult jobs first when you have the most energy and your concentration is at its highest level. Save the easiest jobs for last. A few small successes will inevitably lead to bigger achievements.