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Powerful Tips for Making Your Best Year Ever

The use you make of the next two weeks will, to a large extent, determine the use you'll be able to make of the coming year. As 2007 draws to a close and 2008 is about to begin, I'd like to share with you three simple, yet powerful things you can do over the next couple of weeks that'll help make the coming new year your best year ever. Here they are: Powerful Tip #1 - Spend some time in gratitude. Whatever you focus your attention on expands in your life. If you focus your attention on lack.

That's *exactly* what will expand in your life. Lack. If you focus your attention on abundance. That's *exactly* what will expand in your life.

Abundance. The practice of gratitude keeps you focused on the abundance that you *already* have in your life and thus opens the door for *more* abundance to flow into it. Here's what I suggest you do. Take out a pad of paper and a pen or pencil and make a list of everything that you're grateful for. And I do mean everything - absolutely *everything*! As you make your list, keep this in mind. If your life isn't all that you'd like it to be right now.

There are a whole heck of a lot of people out there who'd *gladly* trade places with you! So. Be grateful for what you *already* have and have *faith* that what you need and/or want will come to you when the time is right for you to have it. And. While you're at it. Don't forget to acknowledge the *source* of your *many* blessings. :-) Powerful Tip #2 - Spend some time on your "vision".

It never ceases to amaze me how many people are out there practically killing themselves trying to be "successful", who, when asked, can't even define what "success" is - to *them*. In other words. They don't know what they want.

These very same people can usually tell you everything they don't want, but they haven't a clue as to what they do want - what they *really* want. Don't let that be you! If you haven't already done so. Take the time to form a "clear and definite mental picture" of what you want to be, do, and/or have in your life *next*.

If you've already done this. Now's a real good time to review your vision and revise it if necessary. Powerful Tip #3 - Spend some serious, quality time with your loved ones. In his book "The Personal Power Course", Wallace D.

Wattles, best known for his classic masterpiece "The Science of Getting Rich", wrote: "Just as it is true that it does not profit a man to gain the whole world if he lose his own soul, so it is true that good health, wealth, talent and success become valueless to the person who fails to attain happiness and satisfaction in the love-relations of the home. To live in happy love-relationships with those near to us is the one thing needful; failing to accomplish this, we fail in all. Health, wealth, talent and success are, to a very great extent at least, without value to a person whom nobody loves." How true! People tell me all the time they're working hard now so that "someday" they'll be able to spend more time with their loved ones. My question to them is always the same.

Why not spend more time with your loved ones *now*? In "The Science of Getting Rich", Wallace D. Wattles wrote: "A man's highest happiness is found in the bestowal of benefits on those he loves." Here's a question for you to ponder as you head into this new year.

What if you got what you thought was so important for you to get, only to discover after you got it that because you neglected them in the process of getting it, there weren't any loved ones there to bestow its benefits on? Wouldn't that be sad. Here's the deal. Money and things are replaceable. Rather easily, I might add. People, on the other hand, are not! So.

This holiday season. I *highly* encourage you to take stock of what's *truly* important to *you* and then spend your time accordingly. With that. I wish you and your loved ones the very best of holiday seasons and a wealthy, healthy, successful, and happy New Year! Copyright (c) 2007 Tony Mase.

Tony Mase is a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles and the creator of an amazing website that'll take you by the hand and guide you step-by-step down Wallace D. Wattles' proven path to wealth, health, success, happiness, love, and more...

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