In this summary, you will learn
- How to tap into the power of your subconscious mind to attain your goals
- Why believing that you will be successful is the most important prerequisite to success
- How to use suggestion, repetition and visualization to realize your dreams
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Why you should read The Magic of Believing
The subconscious mind is a colossal dynamo. Throughout history, great rulers, warriors, statesmen, inventors, writers, artists, poets and religious leaders have used it to attain their objectives. You, too, can put your mind’s remarkable force to work. In this enduringly popular, updated 1948 classic, Claude M. Bristol asserts that if you firmly believe that you can be successful, and remind yourself of this belief, over and over, you will succeed. His book is filled with colorful stories and anecdotes about people throughout history who used the power of belief to get what they wanted. He is a true believer that thinking about something the right way will make it happen. Many of Bristol’s tales are intriguing, though some of his advice may seem a bit farfetched. For example, when guests overstay their welcome, try getting them to leave quickly by thinking, “Go home now, go home now, go home now.” According to Bristol, if you formulate this thought when the conversation lulls and you can barely contain your yawns, “The results will astonish you.” Whether or not this particular mind-control technique works, getAbstract recognizes the lasting popularity of Bristol’s inspirational book. For nearly 60 years, he has told people worldwide how to achieve their goals with the power of thought and attitude. Read it to learn his ideas on putting belief, imagination and suggestion to work for you.
About the Author
Journalist and author Claude M. Bristol fought in World War I. He wrote often about spiritual issues and the power of the mind. This book, first published in 1948, has sold more than a million copies. It is a true “prosperity” classic. Bristol died in 1951.
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December 3, 2010 Hatem Badrfrankly, this book is one of the most agreable books i've ever red and i recommended it for all my colleauges in my company