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The Second Power
The only way to take control of your life, raise your standard of living and move beyond merely surviving is to create your own unique product or service that you offer to increasing numbers of people in exchange for the things of value that you desire. This simple formula applies to countries as well as people. A self-sufficient economy has its own products or services of value to export to the world. Similarly, a self-sufficient individual has something of value to exchange in the global marketplace. That thing of value is based on your natural talent, skill, or interest—in other words, your passion!
>One can play the game to win
and one can lead the cheer
One can draw what’s yet to be
and one can engineer
One can paint the picture first
and one can sell the art
One can think first with the head
and one leads with the heart
One can fly to fantasy
and one can keep it real
One can set the policy
and one can close the deal
One can do the gathering
and one carries the load
One can read the map for both
and one can watch the road
One can ask the questions first
and one can then advise
(Sometimes you’ll see farther
with a second pair of eyes)
One can do a lot of things
but this I’ll share with you:
“when two or more are gathered…”
there’s no telling what they’ll do!
No matter what project or journey you’re embarking on, you can go much further, see more clearly, fly much higher, and achieve greater things when the dream is shared with and aided by another. Sometimes all you need is that one extra set of eyes, or that one extra mind focused on your goal to make it come true. There’s an exponential increase in the energy available for creation, and a greater hope of success when you harness other people’s energy. (H.O.P.E.= Harness Other People’s Energy)
Metaphysicians, spiritualists, motivational speakers, and all religions speak of this phenomenon, and much evidence supports the documented power of teams, networking, group prayer, mentoring, friendships and mastermind alliances as critical components of success, prosperity, healing and personal growth. So, in whatever you do, make it your first priority to find your second power! Success awaits.
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Note: Fans and followers of Chicken Feathers and Garlic Skin: Diary of a Chinese Garment Factory Girl on Saipan may now find copies at Bookseller Bookstore in the Joe-Ten Plaza in Susupe or on Amazon.com. Hurry, there’s a limited supply!
Note: For more tips on overcoming your fears, acting on your ideas, changing the game, and creating a passion-centered lifestyle, visit www.passionprofit.com!
Until next week, remember, success is a journey, not a destination!
Walt F.J. Goodridge is author of 12 books including Turn Your Passion Into Profit. Walt offers coaching and workshops to help people pursue and profit from their passions. Originally from the island of Jamaica, Walt has grown several successful businesses in the U.S., and now makes his home here on Saipan. To learn more about the Saipanpreneur Project and Walt’s philosophy and formula visit www.saipanpreneur.com and www.passionprofit.com.
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WHERE IS SAIPAN?
Located in the western pacific, a short flight from Guam and 3 hours from Japan, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) is a popular tourist destination rich in history, culture and natural resources. Saipan, just 5 miles wide by 12 miles long, is the largest and most populated of the 14 islands making up an archipelago that stretches 400 miles (north to south) along the edge of the Marianas Trench.
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