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“What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” - Albert Pine
When you do what you do according to your worthy ideal, your entire world expands and explodes with results that defy logic.
Your worthy ideal is your personal blueprint that reveals your very own personal why.
According to Earl Nightingale, “Success is really nothing more than the progressive realization of a worthy ideal. This means that any person who knows what they are doing and where they are going is a success. Any person with a goal towards which they are working is a successful person.”
My purpose is to empower, train, lead and mentor as many people as I can in this lifetime in order for them to discover what they love, love what they do, develop what they love, nurture what they love, master what they love and in turn share the discovery with as many people as they can.
Your worthy ideal is the manifestation of your purpose that creates your life map.
Your clearly defined purpose now creates order and results beyond words.
Certainly, everyone needs cash, wants cash and might chase cash etc. but the psychic income is the greatest form of cash on the planet. This creates a persistent disturbing preoccupation (passion) with an often unreasonable idea or feeling (mission), which is characterized by splendor or grandeur. This is an idea that is strikingly beautiful or impressive (purpose).
The three operative words are passion, mission, and purpose. All three words are linked by a very specific frequency.
Unfortunately, some do not penetrate this frequency as one or more of the words are missing from their plan of action that is triggered by their lack of purpose or worthy ideal.
This might appear to be ideological however these questions might help anyone that is unsure of their worthy ideal.
Why am I doing what I am doing with my life?
What do I really want to do with my life?
Who can I reach out to help me with this?
Bob Proctor said, “I am so happy and grateful now that money comes to me in increasing quantities through multiple sources on a continuous basis.”
In order for this to occur, it has to be based on definite demands and upon the operation of definite principles and not by chance or luck as Napoleon Hill wrote in his book, Think And Grow Rich.
Here is his awesome quote, “Riches when they come in huge quantities, are never the result of hard work! Riches come, if they come at all, in response to definite demands, based upon the application of definite principles, and not by chance or luck.”
Money and you
Understanding the Law of Compensation clarifies the latter.
The Law of Compensation states that the amount of money that you will ever earn will be in exact ratio to this law.
1. The need for what you do
2. Your ability to do it
3. The difficulty there will be to replace you
Your worthy ideal is embedded in your DNA.
Find a quiet place and discover this for yourself.
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