In physics, positives attract negatives and vice versa, but in human relationships the opposite is true. Negative people attract only other negative people, while positive thinkers attract like-minded individuals. You will find that when you begin to achieve success more successes will follow. This is the law of harmonious attraction. When riches begin to come your way, you’ll be amazed how quickly they accumulate. Train your mind to visualize yourself acquiring a specific amount of wealth or achieving a certain goal-whatever you most desire.

Then use self-suggestion to persuade your subconscious mind that you can achieve your goal, and put your plan into action. When you use the tools that you have at your disposal to prepare yourself for success and visualize yourself as having already reached your objective, you can achieve any reasonable goal that you set for yourself.

Change your mental attitude, and the world around you will change accordingly.

Your world will become what you choose to make it. You can reach great heights of success, or you can settle for a miserable life that is devoid of hope. The choice is yours. When you choose a positive course, you set in motion an unstoppable force that will allow you to have a fulfilling career, the love of your family and friends, good physical and mental health, and all of the other true riches of life. To change your world, you must change it from the inside out. You must begin with yourself. When you choose the course that puts your life on a positive track, you will change your life for the better, and you will also positively influence the people with whom you come in contact. 

Here are some quotations by Dr. Hill that can easily be turned into positive autosuggestions for your personal use. By repeating them daily or even several times a day, these statements can begin to create a pathway in your brain much like a groove in an old-fashioned record. Then, when it is time to call up a positive sense of well-being that will see you through in times of need, all you have to do is “replay” the suggestion. W. Clement Stone knew this when he always recited “I feel healthy, I feel happy, I feel terrific.” And, his ever famous “Do it now!” puts us on the success track because of the call to action. Literally, Stone gives us our marching orders.
Still skeptical? Give it a try for a week or more, and see if you can condition your mind for a positive mental attitude. What have you got to lose? “Do the thing and you shall have the power,” states Emerson. If you are success conscious, you will attract success just as easily as you will attract failure. Conceive, believe, achieve!

Below are examples – you can use these or create your own.

Keep your mind on the things you want and off the things you don’t want. = I keep my mind on the things I want and off the things I do not want.

Set your mind on a definite goal and observe how quickly the world stands aside to let you pass.= I have a definite goal and all doors open effortlessly before me.

All things are possible to the person who believes they are possible.= I know all things are possible.

The secret of getting things done is to act. The way to success is organized thinking followed by action! action! action!= I think first and then act.

Do it now . . . and before anyone tells you to do it! = I do it now.

You are the master of your destiny. You can influence, direct and control your own environment.
You can make your life what you want it to be. = I control my destiny by controlling my thoughts and emotions. I act in accordance with my highest good.

Whine about your misfortunes and thereby multiply them, or keep still and starve them out.= I dwell on my successes.

Riches begin with thoughts.= My thoughts are my treasure.

That which you think today becomes that which you are tomorrow.= I think positively and create positive results now.

You are where you are because of your habits of thought. = My thoughts create my life.

5 Weight Loss Blunders 
Stop sabotaging yourself!

Losing weight can be a frustrating, anxiety-inducing process, but it doesn't have to be! Find out about some common weight loss mistakes you may be making and stop sabotaging yourself!

•Giving Up Too Soon. Falling off the exercise and diet wagon happens to everyone. It's tempting to give up on exercise after weeks (or months) of failing to stick with a program or skip workouts completely if you run out of time. It's also tempting to ditch healthy eating after a massive Oreo-fest, but renewing your commitment after a boo-boo is the most important thing you can do to succeed.

••Solution.No matter how long it's been since you've exercised, do something active right away, like a quick walk, to help you take control. If you don't have time for your regular workout, use whatever time you have to be active. Ask yourself which is better: exercising for 10 minutes or not doing anything at all. If you ate too much, admit your mistake and move on. One mistake (or two...or three...) doesn't equal failure!

•Expecting Immediate Weight Loss. After weeks of exercise and healthy eating, frustration often sets in when the scale doesn't move. Remember, you didn't gain weight overnight and you won't lose it overnight either. Spending too much time scale-watching might lead to a maddening desire to quit exercise forever.

••Solution. Focus on the immediate benefits of exercise. Pay attention to how you feel while you're working out. You should feel energetic and alert. You may notice you sleep better, your body feels stronger and you're less stressed. The benefits of exercise go way beyond weight loss and appearance!

•Doing The Same Thing and Expecting Different Results.It's important to do exercises that you enjoy, but if you've been doing the same ones for months (or even years), you've probably reached a weight loss plateau and, even worse, complete boredom with your workouts.

••Solution. Change what you're doing. It can be as simple as choosing a different walking route or changing the amount of weight you're using. Try something new and do it every six weeks. Your body needs regular challenges and so does your mind, so don't allow yourself to get into a rut.

•Having The Wrong Attitude. People often view exercise as punishment, something that cancels out the naughty things you ate yesterday. Obviously, no one wants to spend time punishing themselves so changing your attitude about exercise can go a long way towards motivating yourself to do it regularly.

••Solution. Exercise should be a reward, not a punishment. Being active is the reward your body deserves for working so hard each day. Our bodies love activity (even if our minds resist it!) so think of exercise as your gift to yourself--something that will make you feel good now and will add to your quality of life for years to come.

•Having Unrealistic Expectations. Six-pack abs, thin thighs and a sculpted body. Don't tell me you don't dream about this! We all want perfect bodies, but, for many of us, it's just not going to happen, whether it's due to genetics, body type or some other factor we can't control.

••Solution. Set realistic goals. Not everyone can achieve six-pack abs, you know. And, honestly, visible abs have no function other than to look great in bathing suits (and, how often do you wear a bathing suit? I wear one 2 weeks out of the year, if I'm lucky!). Set a goal that means something--getting stronger so you can play with your kids, or strengthening your back so you have good posture. Give up on the idea of trying to look like someone else. You're you. Don't you want to be the best YOU possible??