Deborah Smart Newark, DE, United States
Over the years, I have had to train my mind to be quiet. Being self-employed and self-directed for almost 35 years, my mind is like a freeway. Words and thoughts zipping here and there; constantly taking me on new adventures. In the past 15 years, I have developed some control, but not complete control over my thoughts. I have controlled my positive thinking more than negative. This new lesson of auto-suggestion, although not new to me, but the fact that I am ready to truly put it into practice, is new.
I have written my letter of purpose. I know how much I want to accumulate, and I have set a deadline.
I commit to re-reading the six steps to obtaining what I desire. And each morning and evening I will read until I can recite my letter of purpose. I've typed it and printed it out. I will grace my office wall, my nightstand and my refrigerator. The picture I chose to place at the top of the letter is an iceberg. Because I believe, the letter and the amount is just the tip of what the Lord wishes me to obtain, because He knows His plans for its use.
I thank you all for being my accountability partners on this leg of my journey.
P.S. Last night after writing this post, I received a call from a business associate who hired me as a freelance writer for the company. This will be one of the various amounts coming to me during the interim.