I thought it would be appropriate to look at how the efforts of self help can be a worthy endeavor.
We have been taught that thoughts are things, and what you think about you bring about. It is true , so with permission from the following individual to post this reply I share with you.It happens to be a new friend I met as a result of the 5 lessons institute, where New York times bestselling author asked me to participate as the network marketing expert. so enjoy and share.You may even know someone that should join the service and gain valuable financial advice.
Subject: Thank you for lesson #4
"Building Character Counts
Today we are talking about one of my personal favorites, which
has the ability to color every experience you have in your life
toward having success - building character.
Having a substantial moral character means that you have
desirable qualities that withstand hardship and struggle. "
Dan, I signed up for your e-course once I got home from Mega Book. I have enjoyed reading the timeliness of each message, have ordered your book and am excited to read it once it comes in.
But lesson 4 struck a heart string within me and I couldn't let the day pass without sending you my appreciation. After an exhausting 2 weeks on the road, blessing lives and serving on Richard's book tour and Mark's Mega, I was a bit worn out. Then I get home and was hit with several urgent and difficult situations. I admit, I lost my cool momentarily and had a bit of a melt down. Let's be honest, I'm a read head so it was a full blown melt down, as we rarely do anything 1/2 way.
I'm creating a new life for my family since my husband was disabled through strokes nearly 2 years ago. Some days it is easy to forget how blessed we are and that we're living in a miracle. Some days it doesn't feel like a miracle. But your lesson 4 reminded me that even on the most difficult days in trying to rebuild our lives, my character is intact. The rest will work itself out.
Even in the extreme difficulty, I am greatly blessed with friends and mentors and a family that loves and supports me. I am truly living in a miracle and just needed that reminder from you. Yes, it's an auto message, sent out to everyone who signs up, I know the mechanics of the message, but the message of the message was not lost in the mechanics. It was the very message I needed to hear on a day when things were rather sticky.
It was a pleasure to meet you at Mega. I look forward to working together through the 5 Lessons. If I can ever be of service to you, please let me know.
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