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How to achieve wealth, happiness, and peace of mind throughpersonal responsibility
The Power of Consistency is based on the fundamentalpremise that private declarations dictate future actions. In otherwords, we tend to take actions with the thoughts and beliefs weconsistently have, and the cumulative results of those actionseventually create the quality and circumstances of our lives andbusinesses. Therefore, transformative change in life and businessis possible when we reconstruct our minds and take responsibilityfor its content.
- Lays out a simple process—the Personal ProsperityPlan—to create powerful results in your life andbusiness
- Explains the power of focus and your subconscious mind
- Outlines a four step process: focus, emotional connection,action, responsibility
The Power of Consistency teaches you how to create aPersonal Prosperity Plan, get deeply emotionally committed to theplan, and take consistent action toward implementing theplan for improved sales and business performance.
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About the Author
In 2003, WELDON LONG walked out of prison, broke andhomeless. By 2009, he had built an Inc. 5000 company with over$20,000,000 in sales. His incredible journey from poverty andhomelessness to a life of wealth, happiness, and peace of mind isthe result of creating an unstoppable Prosperity Mindset, which isembodied in The Power of Consistency. Mr. Long is anentrepreneur, dynamic speaker, and an award-winning author. Findout more at www.weldonlong.com.
Table of Contents
Foreword Tom Hopkins vii
Chapter One Think Inside Your Box: Get Your Mind Right 21
Chapter Two Congratulations! You’re Right! . . . Even WhenYou Are Wrong 43
Chapter Three Understanding the Power of Focus and YourSubconscious Mind 63
Chapter Four Step 1: Focus 75
Chapter Five Step 2: Emotional Commitment 109
Chapter Six Step 3: Action 131
Chapter Seven Step 4: Responsibility 151
Chapter Eight It’s Not a Knowledge Problem; It’s aConsistency Problem! 173
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