Thursday, March 1, 2012

Words Of Wisdom - Napoleon Hill Quote - 17

Napoleon Hill's quote on time "Don't wait. The time will never be just right." reminds us the value of taking action on our goals and dreams.


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 Procrastination,analysis paralysis,wanting to be perfect ,information overload and fear of success or failure are some of the reasons for the delay in achieving your dreams.Taking action is the solution for overcoming these and  making way for progress.
  
Learn to work smarter, not harder
Time management plays an important role in moving us forward in life.Only when you use your time efficiently and effectively can you succeed. 

 Alan Lakein, famous time management expert offers effective simple rules in his book How To Get Control of Your Time and Your Life.
 
 It's now or never.
Your commitment to action in the present moment helps you overcome your doubts.A laser focus on your present task leads you to take the right decisions.

Steve Chandler teaches you to  to defeat procrastination, people-pleasing, self-doubt, over-commitment, broken promises and chaos in his book Time Warrior.

Anything your mind can conceive and believe- you can achieve.
Learn to think outside the box to make your dreams a reality.Open your mind up to new ideas and visions and be persistent to realizing them.

Napoleon Hill in his timeless masterpiece ,The Law of Success In Sixteen Lessons ,gives you 16 laws that will guide you to your personal success.

Begin and you will find the way!

Blessings for abundance,
sema

 

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