Here are the 7 Stories:

When one his executives invited him to the Kentucky Derby, W. Clement Stone declined. He said “I bet on myself.”

Zig Ziglar decided he wanted to be a better husband and father. When Zig was five, his father passed away. He grew up without a role model. Undaunted, Zig read dozens of books and listened to hundreds of hours of recordings about how to be a better husband and father.

As a 20-year-old, Brian Tracy crossed Europe and Africa. This included a perilous Sahara crossing which had proven fatal to many others. From that point forward, he felt he could do anything he wanted to do.

At 25, Jim Rohn answered the door and found a Girl Scout selling Girl Scout cookies. They were only $2. Rohn didn’t have the $2. So lied and said he had plenty. America’s business philospher closed the door and said “I don’t want to live like this anymore.”

Dr. Maxwell Maltz waited three weeks for his first patient. This was a young man disfigured in a car accident. After some hesitation, the man agreed to pay Dr. Maltz $500 for the operation. Forty-five years later, Dr. Maltz still had the “before and after” photos. Why? “My courage is hidden there!”

Looking for his first job, a young Napoleon Hill decided he wanted to work for General Rufus A. Ayers, a prominent lawyer and businessman. Hill wrote a letter offering his services with the promise to pay his perspective employer for the privilege! After a brief interview, General Ayers hired Hill at $50/month.

In 1933, Earl Nightingale started looking for the secret of achievement. He wanted to know the difference between the “haves” and “have-nots.” On New Year’s Day, 1950, he was reading “Think and Grow Rich.” He had the thought “you become what you think about.” Eventually, this became “The Strangest Secret.”

Here are the 3 quotes:

Jim Rohn teaches “For things to change, you’ve got to change.”

T. Harv Eker explains that your “set point” about money and finances determines your success or failure with money.

Dr. Maxwell Maltz writes “Our self-image, strongly held, essentially determines what we become.”

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And I almost forgot. Do you know why the simple act of nodding and saying “Yeah, I get it!” means you are closer to a great victory of success and money than you might realize?

You realize that what goes on in your head directly effects what goes on in your world. You get this.

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Be a light of success.

Tony Papajohn

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