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Prosperity!

24 Jul

office 1Every child should be taught to expect prosperity, to believe that the good things of the world were intended for him. This conviction would be a powerful factor in the adult life if the child were so trained.

Wealth is created mentally first; it is thought out before it becomes a reality.

When a youth decides to become a doctor, he puts himself in a medical atmosphere just as much as possible. He talks medicine, reads medicine, studies medicine, thinks medicine until he becomes saturated with it. He does not decide to become a physician and then put himself in a legal atmosphere, read law, talk law, think law. 

So if you want success, abundance, you must think success, you must think abundance.

Now if that youth comes into your Chiropractic office and shows interest in what you are doing as a physician, take the time to tell him the benefits of Chiropractic, Nutrition and exercise and encourage him to look into the profession of Chiropractic and have him weigh the pros and cons of both professions. We need a lot more Chiropractors if we are going to help all the sick people whose number seems to multipy each year.

Yours in Health,

Paul Turnbull (727) 445-7842 Cell: (727) 643-8376

President, EP Management, Inc. www.expandingpractice.com

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Posted by on July 24, 2009 in Inspiration

 

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2 responses to “Prosperity!

  1. qualitee

    July 24, 2009 at 7:00 pm

    I so agree with you.

    At the moment I am reading the book Sara by Esther & Jerry Hicks, to my two children aged 11 years & 6 years, as it is teaching them that they can be, do or have anything they want in life.

    To me, especially as a home educating mum, I love it when people take the time to answer their questions. More so when my son, who has always loved sorting out the products on shelves in supermarkets, told me that he wants to work in a shop when he is grown up!

    Whilst in a supermarket last week he asked me “Why are you packing everything in the trolley when the lady has scanned it? What’s the point of putting it back in the trolley”? I explained that I could not pack the shopping properly, as fast as the check out lady was scanning the items and it would all build up on the conveyor belt. She then went on to explain to us that the computer actually times how quick they scan everything at the check out, to make sure they are working fast enough!!!

    This was a great lesson for my son as he hates being timed at anything and just like me in the supermarket, gets in a tizzy when he is rushed! He now wants to go back to designing computer games, well, for now.

    Children are our future.

    Best wishes.

    Pauline

     
  2. purposeconsultant

    July 27, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    Hi Pauline,

    Thanks for your comment and you are absolutely right that our children are our future. The one thing that I’ve seen that is really holding back their growth mentally, physically and spiritually is the amount of sugar they consume during a single day. I don’t believe there is one store bought product that doesn’t contain some form of sugar. And certain foods are driving our children crazy.

    I’m sure with home schooling you have a greater choice over what your children eat and how much they exercise during the day.

    Yours in Health,

    Paul Turnbull

     

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