Forget about what you can’t do. Focus on what you will do.
Dream big dreams and make workable plans that will get you there. Then put those plans into action and do what you will do.
Allow the beauty and richness of your dreams to expand your concept of what you are willing to do. This is your life and you deserve to give yourself the very best.
Intensely feel the accomplishment in your imagination. Let that incomparable feeling of satisfaction push you forward.
Focus on what you will do and you’ll discover that it is more than enough. You have within you the capacity, the ability and the drive to reach whatever dreams are meaningful to you.
Every day is an opportunity for richness and fulfillment. Feel what you will do, and why, and make today the best one yet.
— Ralph Marston
Thursday, January 1, 2009
A year from now
Where will you be a year from now? Where would you most like to be?
There is so much you’ve learned and experienced on your journey to this day. Imagine what you can now do with it all.
This new year is a grand opportunity, filled with promise and possibilities. Choose now the very best of those possibilities, and know that you have the power to bring them to life.
You will spend this coming year moving in one direction or another. Commit now to making that direction the one that will take you toward what you sincerely desire.
Life in each moment is influenced by your presence and participation. As this new year unfolds, continue to make that influence a positive and fulfilling one.
Consider today where you would like to be a year from now. For now is the beginning of the year in which you can truly make it happen.
— Ralph Marston
Don’t Fall for Work-From-Home Scams
Advice on Distinguishing Legitimate Job Opportunities From Scams
By TORY JOHNSON
Aug. 26, 2008 —
Your e-mails about working from home continue to dominate the “Good Morning America Web Site.” Many of you say scams are a major concern and worry about Web sites and ads that prey upon people who need to earn money from home.
For many of us, being asked to pay money to make money sounds contradictory, but this isn’t always a sign of a fraud. One example of a legitimate “pay first” opportunity is Mary Kay cosmetics. New sales agents are asked to spend $100 on a starter kit, which includes the tools and training to get going as an independent representative. In fact, many direct sales companies want prospective agents to make an investment in the company to show they’re serious about the opportunity.