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Raikov Effect

by Jerome Princy (2020-03-07)

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Let me tell you a story from Raikov Effect Review my own life. I was broke! My whole life was collapsed and I didn't know what to do. I prayed but didn't get any direct answer. Once I decided to throw out a sheet of paper with some notes about my research conducted years ago. Immediately I got a creative idea that I could write a project and apply for money. I did it; I got money for my project; I wrote my Ph.D thesis on this topic and got many awards afterwards. And it was just a lousy sheet of paper with some notes -- just one creative idea was needed to change my life. As Wayne Dyer states: "When your change the way you look at things, the things you look at change! I could look at the sheet of paper as a lousy useless piece of paper or as a new opportunity. However this piece of paper will be opportunity only when you take actions. To be able to make money with this sheet of paper I had to write project and apply for money in the right place at the right time. Very often we have many excuses of not doing this and in this case this sheet of paper never becomes a new life opportunity. Wayne Dyer presents in his book "Excuses Begone!" 18 typical excuses people with victim mentality love to use. For example, "it will be difficult", "I can't afford it", "no one will help me", "I'm not strong/smart enough", "I'm too old/too young". You can add your own excuses here! Devoting too much time and energy on what is not working or has not worked, instead of accentuating your assets and making things happen, is harvesting negativity. Negative thoughts and emotions beget destructive attitudes, thus you reap what you have sown. With negative emotional state you create more negative circumstances in your life. Eker claims that rich people act in spite of fear, while poor people let fear stop them. Rich people constantly learn and grow, while poor people think they know enough. Joseph Murphy says that if you are fearful and worried you are not really thinking.

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