“The Magic of Thinking Big”

I’m currently reading a book called, “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David Schwartz. I’m guessing this book was originally published back in the 50s or 60s (the writer makes quite a few salary references that don’t quite fit in today’s world), but the message still rings true today. Most of us aim too low in life, and when we imagine something bigger…we slowly come to realize we can accomplish it. The worst that can happen by thinking big is that we don’t fully accomplish what we imagined, but perhaps what we end up with is better than what we currently have.

Everyone has a different idea of what success means to them, and by defining that for ourselves we can set about to be successful. This isn’t a book about wishing something into our lives, but about figuring out what we’d like to change and then focus on making that happen.

The possibilities are endless….

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One Response to “The Magic of Thinking Big”

  1. Jay Colby says:

    This is an great post. I was just having a discussion about this very concept a few weeks ago. I agree with your stance completely!


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