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John McDonald Quotes & Sayings

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We have been endowed with the capacity and the power to create desirable pictures within and to find them automatically in the outer world of our environment. — John McDonald

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A set definite objective must be established if we are to accomplish anything in a big way. — John McDonald

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You return and again take the proper course, guided by what? - By the picture in mind of the place you are headed for. — John McDonald

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When the first objective is reached, what then? Set another one beyond that, immediately. Why? Because the peculiar nature of the Outer Mind is to drop back into inertia after achieving an objective. You can imagine the Outer Mind saying something like this, 'Well, I have been mercilessly driven, and forced to attain that goal, and now that I've reached it I'm going to rest.' And your answer will be, 'No rest for you, for I've already started you on another.' Once you have attained that valuable momentum, maintain it. Cling to it. And as the momentum increases, the steps in your progress become more rapid, until eventually it's possible to reach an objective almost immediately. — John McDonald

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The intensity of your desire governs the power with which the force is directed. — John McDonald

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To enjoy enduring success we should travel a little in advance of the world. — John McDonald

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Your mind, which is yourself, can be likened to a house. The first necessary move then, is to rid that house of all but furnishings essential to success. — John McDonald

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There must be a positive and negative in everything in the universe in order to complete a circuit or circle, without which there would be no activity, no motion. — John McDonald