August 17, 2019

Write it Down, Make it Happen! Things I learnt from the Book, by Miguel De La Fuente

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Write it Down, Make it Happen, by Henriette Anne Klauser

Knowing what you want-and getting it!

 

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Things I learnt from the Book, by Miguel De La Fuente,

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Hi, this week we have a book I really enjoyed called “Write it down, Make it Happen!” It´s by Henriete Anne Klauser and basically tells us that If you know what you want, you can have it. As she says, most of the book was written in coffee shop.

This is a great book with many examples and stories or people writing down their goals and making them happen.

You can reach her here, http://henrietteklauser.com/

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Here are some ideas from the book as well as my own opinion and suggestions.

 

The first step to achieve what you want is to write it down. This doesn’t mean this is the only action you take, although you could. What this means is when you know exactly what you want and you write it down, you increase the probabilities of this event happening in your life.

The creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams developed the habit of writing down dreams and goals, and achieving them one at a time. He used to write, “I will be the best cartoonist on the planet

It’s hard to judge if he is the #1 but Dilbert is syndicated in almost 2000 newspapers worldwide. The Dilbert zone website, https://dilbert.com/, get over 100.000 visitors a day.

His book, The Dilbert Principle sold over 1.3 million copies, including all types of accessories with Dilbert characters.

Now, Scott Adams writes 15 times a day, “I will win a Pulitzer Prize”. Ptretty impressive.

As Adams says, “you will observe things happening that will make that objective more likely to materialize”.

It’s like opening the door for a synchronicity to happen, like a coincidence.

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Once you write down a goal, your brain will be working towards making that goal a reality and it will alert you to the signs, signals or circumstances that can help you manifest it. Writing something down is powerful.

And, as Henriete says, the more playful and fun you have with this process, the more probabilities to make your goal, or desire a reality.

Additionally, by Writing it down you get clear in your commitment.

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Use any type of paper to write down your dreams, goals, power affirmations. You can write them in notepads, journals, napkins, anything that works for you, but write them down.

Jim Carry write it once and kept it in his pocket. Scott Adams writes them every day. Whatever works for you. Let our intuition guide you. There is no right or wrong way to do it. Whatever works for you.

As the bumper sticker that says “Good Happens”, let the good happen.
One of the saddest lines you can hear, is, “Come on, be realistic”.
But I wonder, what is realistic anyway? The progress of this world has been done by people who were unrealistic and unreasonable.

It’s sad to see so many people don’t do anything special with their lives, giving up, quitting on their dreams. There is so much potential wasted in this world. People tend to minimize their dreams.

Your playing small does not serve the world” said Nelson Mandela, “Who are you not to be great”


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