20 Quotes On How To Turn Your Ability Into Cash From Earl Prevette

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Knowledge is power, but applied knowledge is better.

It is one thing to know something, but it is another thing to apply what you know.

“The best way to use your knowledge is to use it to change your life. If you don’t apply what you know, your life will never change.”

“If you want change, apply yourself.”

Q#1. “Positive thoughts are based on understanding and faith.”

Q#2. “Negative thoughts are based on ignorance and doubt.”

Q#3. “Positive thoughts are the current. Negative thoughts are the resistance.”

Q#4. “There are two kinds of thoughts. Positive thoughts which are creative. Negative thoughts which are destructive.”

Q#5. “Negative thoughts of dread, worry, anger, prejudice, jealousy, envy, grudge, stubbornness, imprudence, selfishness, cynicism, gloom, hate, despair and discouragement disappear instantly when they meet the positive thoughts of love, faith, consideration, respect, kindness, courage, understanding, persistence, fervence, loyalty, joy, power, plenty, endurance, and strength. Think positive thoughts, and the ability can accomplish any desire.”

Q#6. “Your income, your health, your well-being, your happiness, and your peace of mind are only retarded by permitting the phantoms of negative thinking to set up a resistance to your ability.”

Q#7. “Whatever you do, put your all into it. Lose yourself in that which you are seeking to accomplish. Give all and there is no room for negative thoughts.”

Q#8. “Thought is not an indefinite abstractions, but a vital, living force, the most vital, subtle and irresistible force in the world.”

Q#9. “A plan is a method of action, procedure or arrangement. It is a program to be done. It is a design to give effect to an idea, a thought, a project, or the development of something.”

Q#10. “Self-discipline, self-knowledge, self-improvement, self-expression and self-unfoldment are individual undertakings.”

Q#11. “The mind must be fed with positive thoughts.”

Q#12. “Man fails to turn the spotlight on himself. He gets acquainted with everything but himself.”

Q#13. “Everything that man creates has its origin in mind. It is an invisible idea before it is a tangible thing. It is a thought, then a product.”

Q#14. “Ability cannot be develop all at once.One brick must be laid at a time.”

Q#15. “Things are not built as whole, but in parts, and each part must be built. You must build a little each day.”

Q#16. “The first way to develop ability is application. The second way to develop ability is to lay down a challenge.”

Q#17. “It matters not where you are or what you are doing, the minute you light up your consciousness you light up the place around you.”

Q#18. “He who dares to think stands secure in the majesty of his own might.”

Q#19. “A man does not need pull. He needs to think. A challenge to dare, an incentive to undertake, and an urge to begin turns most things into a blessing.”

Q#20. “Men who blaze new trails, charter new routes, pioneer new methods, make new discoveries and invent new things are men who dare to do things that can’t be done. While others falter, they go forward.”