Archive for July 2013

Why Manifest Money First?

July 28, 2013

The Law of Attraction as explained in The Secret teaches how you can have, be and do whatever you want in life. So why focus on money?

Money on its own is neither good nor bad. It is the meaning we give it. However, there is an urgent need for teaching the laws of creating money to the world.

Take any group of 100 people at the start of their working career and follow them for 40 years until they reach retirement age and here’s what you’ll find, according to the Social Security Administration:

  • Only 1 will be wealthy
  • 4 will be financially secure
  • 5 will continue working, not because they want to but because they have to
  • 36 will be dead
  • 54 will be dead broke – dependent on the meager Social Security checks, relatives, friends and even charity for a minimum standard of living.

That’s 5% successful, 95% unsuccessful.

These, of course, are US statistics. In the rest of the world, especially the developing world, the situation is far worse.

But What Makes this 5% Different?

There are millionaires with college degrees, and millionaires with little education.

There are millionaires who were born rich. And there are millionaires who were once
dead-broke and homeless.

There are millionaires in developed countries, but also millionaires in poor nations.
There are plumbers who are millionaires, and doctors who starve.

There is no single quality that stands out among the wealthy except ONE…

The Wealthy People in the World Understand and Use the Law of Attraction in their Daily Lives.

The millionaires understand that abundance is there for the taking. It is not a win-lose situation – there is enough for everyone. We can all be rich.

But humanity must learn to harness the correct thought process to attract wealth…

To which group do you want to belong? Check out my articles on this blog and change your mind and your results!

Social skills and intelligence

July 19, 2013

What are social skills and social intelligence?

Social competence is a significant aspect of emotional intelligence. This term refers primarily to the ability of interpersonal relationships, whether it be verbal or nonverbal, constructive, and make all parties satisfactory. The foundation of social skills certainly forms the so-called social intelligence.

The intelligence researcher Edward L. Thorndike defined social intelligence  early the 1920s  as “the ability to understand and to act wisely in human relations with others.” Social intelligence is thus the sensitivity, moods, motives and intentions of other people and to be able to process these human-creative and to react in the right manner. Social intelligence can be regarded as inter-personal or interpersonal intelligence, making it a kind of fuel for your networking.

This gift can also implement the ability of social competence in everyday life. Especially in the ever-evolving services and information society it represents an increasingly important focal point, as the person becomes increasingly a central economic product.


Social competence includes the following capabilities:

Empathy: recognize problems and feelings and take account of others; realistic assessment of the effect of oneself towards others.

Contact capacity: ability go to other people who show willingness to communicate; allow others to participate in discussions; openness regarding own aims, objectives and methods; trustworthy and helpful dealings with others.

Cooperation skills: picking up and continuing the ideas of others, does not distinguish itself at the expense of others, to share their own success with others; waiver of rivalry, power interests and rivalry.

Integration Assets: identify causes of conflict and seek acceptable solutions for all parties involved; target different interests, “channeling”, without neglecting their own concepts.

Information ready: sharing information with others, not holding back important information,  listen and have time to talk.

Self-discipline / frustration tolerance: respond to personal attacks not too aggressive, do not provoke others and do not be provoked by them, stay predictable in your mood.


July 6, 2013


It is best to ask, what does motivate you  basically. Think and  look  into activities or things that make you happy. There’s definitely something into which you put all your energy. It does not need to be a professional matter that inspires you. What comes spontaneously to your mind with this question?

What does motivate you?

Ideally, one should not think about great motivators. Only if you want a career change but have not yet found the starting point, you need to answer these questions and to work out your motivation step by step.

The following questions need to be answered:

*  Which challenges and tasks give you the bliss?

*  In which environment and intellectual and emotional climate would you prefer to work?

*  With what kind of people would you preferably work together?

*  On which knowledge base you would most likely  be active?

*  What kind of things you want to deal with primarily?

*  What are your short-, medium-and long-term motivation you have and what results are     most important for you and why?

What challenges and tasks give you the bliss?

Possible areas of responsibility are not only in people, data, ideas and product-related areas, but also in the four major core areas of trade and technology, sales and management, humanities and natural sciences as well as in the artistic and creative. Where do you see yourself (multiple answers possible)? Supplement and clarify those areas – in which you want to engage…

In what environment and intellectual and emotional climate in which you would prefer to work?

Familiarize your thinking where you want to live. Write your previous residence down, and think about what you liked there, what was good and what bothered you. Ideally the current residence is identical to your property of choice. However, you should take the trouble to list the pros and cons.