It works, if you say so
The big truth is the world is as real as you see it and as unreal as they describe it to you.
Whatever appears to be large in the world is only so because someone has painted and shaped it in that manner.
Whatever appears to work is only because someone is so dedicated to making it work that they are willing to risk everything.
Also, when something doesn’t work, someone is either directly or indirectly responsible for it. In either case, someone accepts responsibility for their acts and the consequences they bring.
When you predict something will be a success, the human mind begins devising strategies to help you reach your goal.
You’re going to ask why? mainly because that’s how you’ve been wired. A set of beliefs governs how the human brain functions. What gives you the impression you’re ignorant of this information?
Whenever you talk, your subconscious mind communicates it to the brain for processing so that your human body can carry out its functions.
Cookie-type internet tracking systems are a good analogy for what this is like.
It’s as if every other page you visit knows you’re looking for something similar to the search you just did on Google. Isn’t that odd? True?!
Yeah! Human minds work similarly.
When you focus your attention or your mind on making something happen, your brain works overtime to turn that potential into a reality.
In other words, if you want to be successful at something, all you have to do is put in the time and effort. The outcome will be eagerly awaited.