1. The law of emptiness. If you need new shoes, throw away the old ones. If you need new clothes, clean your closet. You must willingly give up your stereotypes.
2. Law of circulation. Be ready to let go of something you own to get something you desire.
3. The law of imagination. First you have to see prosperity in your imagination. Make a description of your perfect day and don’t show it to anyone other than someone you trust. Keep this description somewhere at hand, and read it in your spare time. Continue reading
In my opinion, a person who is not able to come at the appointed time, fulfill the planned obligations or adhere to the schedule, should not believe in other matters. Human dishonesty can manifest itself in many ways, but punctuality is undoubtedly one of the symptoms.
There is a certain connection between respecting someone else’s time and respecting someone else’s opinion, property, rights, contracts and agreements. It is by this criterion that I conclude whether it is worth dealing with a person. And no matter how many times I have neglected this rule (and this I foolishly sometimes admit), I always get burned. Continue reading