Many years ago, a man by the name of Napolean Hill made great ripples with his book, "Think and Grow Rich." It was one of the first self-help books I read as a teenager. It is rightly considered a classic today.
Hill had interviewed some of the most successful people of his day and after many years, managed to compile the insights gleaned from those countless hours of conversation into a single volume. While I don't agree with everything Hill taught, I certainly have benefited from a good many of his findings.
One of the most helpful is his six rules for turning desire into success. These simple rules have the potential to revolutionize your life if you will learn them and then take action.
Thomas Edison was one of Napolean Hill's friends and a strong supporter of these six rules which were first written as a guide to making money. Edison felt they were beneficial in every area of life.
Arthur DeMoss and David Enlow, authors of the book, "How To Change Your Life In 12 Weeks", developed a paraphrase of Hill's rules, substituting "goals" for "money". Take a moment and really meditate upon them and note the difference they could make in your life.
These rules can serve you well if you will act upon them. Don't delay in turning your desires into success. Why spend your life merely dreaming, when you could be doing? Begin now!