Firewords: A Dangerous Necessity in Your Life?

 


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There are many stories of people injuring themselves, and others, with Firewords in the old wild days of entrepreneurship and it is usually passed off as the price that had to be paid in order to win.

However, as time passes, there is a tendency to confuse reality with myth about how people rose to be so successful. The myth tends to appear as reality and that can be dangerous especially as we are all becoming more aware of our rights and the speed of the internet and bloggers to highlight indiscretions.

Could it be that the days of the hard talking, difficult to please, arrogant, self possessed workaholic is the stuff of daydreams, films and bar room fantasies?

Could it be that those who follow the Firewords behaviour of:

ridiculing others,

being angry in traffic jams,

being impatient because things are not moving the way they would

like them to move, or their desires are not being met,

bawling out the secretary when things are not as they would like, constantly accusing people of being of a lower mental disposition i. e. they are thick…. ,

insulting another person needlessly, etc etc etc

are unaware that their use of Firewords to stun, subdue or destroy another person are on a slippery slope of losing their power and effectiveness?

Every time you lose control of yourself you become less effective as a boss, colleague, parent, friend or child.

Every time you set off the weapon of mass destruction you reduce your chance of being successful. You increase your chance of destruction. The problem is, like firing a firearm, the more you use Firewords the more residue is deposited on the surrounding area i. e. on you and the people close to you.

There is another way. The way used by many, many successful entrepreneurs.

Andrew Carnegie, John Rockefeller and others all identified the power of thought as crucial and critical to their success. But instead of aiming with Firewords they used their thoughts to grow and develop. They saw the importance of controlling their thoughts in order to be successful. The importance of using their energy positively rather than negatively. Overcoming people who wanted to block and obstruct their path with positive rather than negative thoughts. They saw the importance of being confident and building confidence in those around them. The importance of using their way of being to inspire those around them.

When you concentrate on your thoughts you can be and get whatever you want. If you concentrate your thoughts on achieving and treating people as you wish to be treated you get success. If you concentrate your thoughts on the negative that’s what you get.

The secret to entrepreneurial success is in your thoughts. You always get what you want. All you have to do is concentrate on what you really want. Concentration develops determination and perseverance. Just make sure you are concentrating on the right things.

Good Luck

Graham and Julie
www.desktop-meditation.com

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