The Little Engine That Could! is very much like John’s life story. Whenever required to bridge a deep valley or climb a high mountain, John’s first thought has always been I think I can, I think I can. After understanding timeless and contemporary wisdom from the Bible to Napoleon Hill, Og Mandino, and Norman Vincent Peale, positive thinking is in fact the first step of a successful life. Now is the time for Positive Living!

Best described as Think, Say, Do, Thank! the combination of ancient wisdom, contemporary scientific proof and now 15 years of proven experience, the techniques of The Divine Secret became the very foundation of Guaranteed Goals & Solutions. A profound key for your Success!

And the first step, the first key to Becoming Your Greatest is THINK!

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In ancient times, Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor, wrote “We are what we think about all day long!” After interviewing the giants of industry, Napoleon Hill echoed this great wisdom years later, "What the mind can achieve it can achieve." The first step in any successful venture is to think.

Henry Ford reminded us that, "Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right.".

Positive thoughts create positive results. Doubts and fears, the size of a mustard seed, will deflate and destroy your faith and diligent efforts ... if you let them.

With repetition, score sheets acknowledging progress, and even reminder phrases at the end of each affirmation to stimulate ones that have been said before, you begin to establish habits of virtues that ensure positive results.

With over two years of monthly affirmations, and rules to begin writing your own affirming thoughts, you build the foundation for your success one affirming thought at a time. When you are disciplined with affirming thoughts, your mind gets accustomed to these affirming thoughts. Soon you find you don’t have time for the luxury of a negative thought, and you choose to not allow them in your mind.

Science has proven that visualization and thinking about your desired outcome activates the same chemicals in the body as if you had already achieved that outcome. Olympic athletes train their minds as much as they train their bodies. That same technique will move you closer to your greatest!