Think and Grow Rich

| September 14, 2007 | 0 Comments

Think and Grow RichThink and Grow RichThe Vista Chamber of Commerce held it’s "Good Morning, Vista" breakfast. The Guest Speaker was Don Sando, Strategic Results Group, speaking on moving from daily fire-fighting to strategic growth.

His reference to Napoleon Hill’s book, Think and Grow Rich!, and the six steps that are key to success:

 

  • Crystallize your thinking, set a goal; create a vision (that must be were our vision boards come into play ;-))))
  • Create a written plan
  • Develop a sincere desire
  • Acquire expert knowledge
  • Join a Master Mind group
  • Have a dogged determination to follow through

Every once in awhile, it’s nice to be reminded about those six steps. I know I some of them well, and some of them I can improve upon. I do keep my vision board right behind my laptop, where I know I can "visualize" my goals each day.

I also use Subliminal Desktop to rotate my affirmations on my screen throughout my day. There’s a free version, as well as the pro version, which let’s you edit the affirmations.

How do you stay focused on your goals? What tools do you use? Please leave your comments below!

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Debra Simpson began her career in publishing in 1990 as the publisher of The Business Resource (formerly known as Networks), a small business newspaper in San Diego County. In 1995, McGraw-Hill lured her away to the world of multimedia and Web publishing, and recognized Debra as the Author of the Year in Multimedia Development in 1996. Thus began Debra’s adventure in digital media development. She subsequently spent four years programming McGraw Hill’s vast collection of Websites. When McGraw Hill closed their Carlsbad office, Debra re-entered the entrepreneurial realm, developing and implementing Web 2.0 Internet marketing strategies for the small business community. Debra's been podcasting North San Diego Business since November 2008, interviewing small business owners in North San Diego County. She also consults, sets up and produces podcasts for other small businesses.

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