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The Important Questions You Must Answer

DO YOU HAVE A DREAM? Do you know PRECISELY what you want to have, do and be?

Most people can’t answer this question and most people fail to achieve the success they want in business and in life. They may have a vague sense of what they want, but they fail to be precise. This is the key.

Living life is about being fully alive — that means growing and continually enriching your life each day. A way of understanding how to have a meaningful life is to “have-do-be” more. Let’s examine each aspect of have-do-be and how they inter-relate.


Having is commonly associated with material things, like a better car or house. To be sure, it’s fun to savor the finer things in life.

Also it can be about having experiences — savoring great relationships,fun vacations, and exciting personal growth seminars. Generally, you need resources to have more, which includes money and the time to experience what you have.

Of course, just acquiring things, simply for the sake of having things, is short-lived and unfulfilling. However, if you connect having things with having wonderful experiences, you become more fulfilled. You feel more alive, more of who you truly are.

In their book Well Being, Tom Rath and Jim Harter report Gallup Polls found these characteristics of fulfilled people:

 * They manage what they have well

* They “buy” experiences that create lasting memories

* They are generous, giving to others


Many people get stuck when it comes to “having” things. They are afraid to dream. We had to clear out limiting beliefs and cloudy thinking about being too greedy and materialistic because we wanted to have more and be successful.

As this article explores, if you have-be-do more in the way that is right for you, you will get the most out of life. You become a creator and more opportunities emergy. Life becomes more on purpose, as you are better able to help yourself and others.


Besides appreciating what you have (be it things or experiences), there’s also evaluating what you do.

For a more meaningful life, it’s wise to take inspired action, in both work and play. This means listening to your inner wisdom and acting on it. Inspired action feels good (without being addictive).

Also, if you are a goal-driven person, you have the wind behind your back. You have a sense of purpose, so your actions naturally fulfill what is most meaningful to you.

People who connect what they do with a larger purpose then connect their daily actions with this bigger picture. They also continue when challenges arise, because they know their persistence will take them to where they want to go: a better, richer life that helps others.

For example, if you want to build a business, you will find ways to reach out to others. You will let them know what you have to offer and how it can benefit them. You also won’t let the no’s stop you from finding the yes’s.

Inspired action helps you overcome the inevitable obstacles you will face as you go forward. You know you are worth it and the results are in alignment with what you want to have-do-be.

Inspired play includes hobbies, travel and trips, and sports that we enjoy. As in work, you can follow your passions when you play. Life is about having fun, too. It makes us feel good, knowing that wonderful things are happening every day.


Being more is about who we are and who we are becoming. It’s about our transcendent higher self, the one that witnesses all the having and doing.

To be includes having and doing in a loving, inspired way, where we grow and become more. To be more, we find ways to use our gifts to serve ourselves and others more.

Sometimes “being” comes from meditating, reading, listening to music, or nature walks. It’s about connecting with bigger worlds — both inside and outside of us.


Sometimes we sit back, shrink and stay inside our shell. If we stay where we are for too long, we will – in Will Rogers’ words – eventually be “run over.”

So we recommend having this strong intent: to have-do-be more. As a result of this intent and following through, you will grow, have fun, contribute and feel good.

Here are just a few suggestions for your daily regimen:

· Talk to someone new today or revisit an old relationship

· Listen to or read inspiring information

· Treat your body well (exercise, eat well)

Know you are worth it. As you grow, so does your world. Go for it!


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Positive Attitude

It’s your time to create the life you truly want.

Phillip Mountrose, the Holistic Dr. Phil, shares one of the key lessons from Wallace Wattles masterpiece “The Science of Getting Rich,” the source for “The Secret.” How to get what you want starts with a positive attitude.

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Claim Your Right to Be Rich: Here’s How

At a certain point, you realize you won’t live forever and you want to make the most out of your life. To optimize your life, to create fulfilling work and relationships, you need to operate from the creative plane.

As Wallace Wattles explains in The Science of Getting Rich, from the elevated creative level, you can claim your right to be rich and successful. Being rich means access to all the resources you need to help yourself and others.

Here are the three steps to help you live from the creative plane.

1. Move beyond the mainstream

2. Move beyond the resulting void

3. Embrace the best of both worlds


The mainstream is the norm, what is considered acceptable, as defined by authorities such as the government, media, education and institutions.

The mainstream tends to measure everything by scientific, externally-based ways. It needs to be provable by the five senses.

To get an idea of how this world looks, watch a typical story on CNN. Note what they consider important and how they measure things.

Facts and figures rule. To get people interested, emotions and controversy are used to bolster the bottom line: making money and profit.

In order to move to the creative plane, you need to be discerning, to separate the wheat from the chaff. The mainstream has a wealth of data, resources, quickly developing technology and research. Use the good stuff and leave the rest. Avoid getting trapped in greed, selfishness and externals.


After letting go of a one-sided reliance on science and materialism, you have room to explore your internal world. You can value meditation, various spiritual traditions and alternative approaches, and honor all people.

The trap in this phase is that you can become too subjective, too internally focused. This leads to becoming ungrounded and impractical — what mainstream people call “woo-woo.”

Also, if you reject business and money, you can easily fall into poverty consciousness. It’s hard to be about peace and love when you can’t pay your bills.

You can wait a long time for all those referrals to show up and for the law of attraction to magically manifest everything you want without any effort or growth choices.

The challenge is that you want to attract abundance, but you don’t know how. You’re left in a void. You don’t want to “sell out,” yet you’re unsure how to function and live fully.


You don’t have to end up lost in the void or escaping to an imaginary paradise island. You can go to another level — the creative plane. Here you focus on what you do want, to benefit yourself and others.

Then your vision (and mission) emerges and you translate it into action. You bring heaven down to earth, channel spirit into form.

This way includes following your guidance and being free of artificial boundaries. You can draw on the best of both worlds, conventional and alternative — and create new possibilities.

You then more easily connect with the right people at the right time.

As Bob Proctor likes to affirm regularly, “I am so happy money comes to me continuously from multiple sources!” Remember, money represents having all the resources you need to fulfill your potential.

You program your mind for success each day so you can use resources to develop your talents and become a better you.


You do deserve a great quality of life (being prosperous), helping yourself and others. Don’t you feel more alive then?

The best of all worlds is found on the creative plane. There you can use science and technology, as well as being environmentally conscious and fair to all parties. You can be free to bring out the best in yourself, so you can bring out the best in others.

From the creative plane, you receive inspiration. Then you take action on that inspiration. By following your guidance, you manifest your dreams into reality.

When you get stuck– whether it’s getting to the creative plane or taking inspired action — then do EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to clear whatever’s in your way.

There’s plenty of room on the creative plane, so claim your space now!

What I Like Best About Wallace Wattles’ Science of Getting Rich

By Jane Mountrose

Of all the books I have ever read, Wallace Wattles 1910 classic The Science of Getting Rich has had the greatest and most transformational impact.

My first thoughts about this book were that it would probably be way too materialistic for me. With over three decades of exploring personal growth and spiritual development, I view life as a profound journey to wholeness. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that Wallace Wattles did, too.

This was where it got interesting. You see, Wattles understood the Law of Attraction. He also understood what quantum physics is now proving to be true. Everything is energy and everything is connected. And within this sea of energy resides an infinite intelligence and infinite power that you and everyone can access to create whatever you want.

The Purpose of Life

Wallace Wattles further stated that the purpose of life is increasing life and we are all entitled to all of the life we are capable of attaining. Think about it. Is there anything you want more than to feel completely alive and excited about what you’re doing?

I am grateful each day to Wallace Wattles, who paints this picture of reality:

  • The purpose of life and the evolution of the universe is greater life. The object of all life is development; and everything that is alive has an inalienable right to all the development it is capable of attaining.
  • And the purpose of each individual life is to experience more aliveness through the unfoldment of the soul and the development of talents. It naturally follows then that our right to life must include our right to have the free and unrestricted use of everything we require to feel joyfully alive on all levels, physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually; in other words, our right to be rich.

When I first read this, I was awestruck by the way Wattles put the whole picture together. It made complete sense and instantaneously freed me of any vestiges of guilt about wanting more money. Reading on, I was even more impressed that Wattles succeeded in putting the whole picture together by teaching the reader how to think and do things in what he called “a certain way” that just about anyone could follow to get rich.

He took us on a journey from viewing ourselves as victims of circumstances to creators of our lives. Deep down inside, everyone wants this.

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EFT, Abundance, and The Science of Getting Rich