Welcome to the July 30, 2007 edition of Abundance Thinking.
This second carnival again has great quality articles.
Louise Manning’s entry about change has one of my favorite quotes as a lead in
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi and has an interesting anachronism for change.
Jimsun Lee has submitted a wonderful inspiration video which I am adding to my collection
Craig Harper post has a wonderful cartoon
Debre Moorehead on Talk is cheap cover another of my favorite topics and focuses on the emphasis we all need to place on using positive language.
Carlon Haas presents What is Possible When You Open Your Mind to the Possiblities: A True Story posted at Possess Less Exist More?.
Craig Harper presents Simulated Learning; Looks like Learning, but Isn’t. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “We all say we want to learn… but do we really? We think we’re open-minded ‘students of life’… but maybe, just maybe… we’re not. Perhaps we just tell ourselves we are because it makes us feel good about… us. “Oh yes, I’m very open-minded.. the world’s my classroom and every day is a new lesson.” Sure it is Pinocchio.”
Ivan Rios presents 5 Contradictions That Will Make You a Better Leader posted at artofleading.net.
Jimson Lee presents How to Finish a Marathon – 1968 Olympics in Mexico City posted at Speedendurance.com, saying, “If you have trouble finishing what you start, see this short video on how to finish a marathon 90 minutes after the winners have gone home.”
Phil B. presents How to Really Increase Your Self Confidence ? Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, “Almost everyone needs a boost in their self confidence, yet few of us know how.”
Ruth Mitchell presents When it Comes to the Next Best Thing, Forget About it posted at Buy Outside the Box, saying, “Frugality is a nice discipline, but not a way of life.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Should You Quit School Because You?re Brilliant? posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Check out how some people pursue their dreams by making some early sacrifices and taking some risks.”
The next edition will be published on MONDAY 13TH AUGUST. Please look at blog carnival for guidelines and please submit one post only. I would love to see a podcast, more videos and poems. Thanks to everyone one of you for your amazing contribution..
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Law of attraction
edithyeung presents How to Find Your Greatness (Inspired by Barbara DeAngelis) posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..
Hal Sommerschield, Ph.D. presents North Star Mental Fitness Blog: The Power of Perception posted at North Star Mental Fitness Blog.
Matt presents The Law of Attraction: My Story and Five Tips posted at Realigned Living, saying, “My post documents my *first* experience with the Law of Attraction, and gives 5 simple tips for newcomers to the Law of Attraction on how to use it. Enjoy!”
Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents Create Your Treasure Map To Riches posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, “Visualizing what wealth means to you shapes the way your mind thinks about money and your life. Your mind then sets in motion the actions necessary to begin achieving your goals. By taking the time to establish what real wealth looks like to you, you direct your efforts in ways that will make becoming rich, in your own terms, simple. Are you ready to embark on a fun and rewarding journey towards your own riches? Great! We’ll start with an exercise that is really fun.”
Patrick Coyne presents Do Not “Need” anything and it will be there for you. posted at Self Development and Financial Development, saying, “My take on the power of the mind for attracting abundance.”
Uni presents Law of Attraction – 4 simple steps to Attract Wealth In Your Life posted at You Deserve More, saying, “A great Law of Attraction article! Enjoy!”
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