Why do some people seem to attract success, power, prosperity and most importantly of all, freedom, with small conscious effort? Where as others do so with enormous difficulty or fail together? There as on isn’t luck or a precise, for tuition us set of physical and environmental circumstances. It center s upon what’s in the mind.
The most successful people in the world know this secret, consciously or unconsciously. The only ones who will dispute this are those that are either too lazy to implement any sort of real changes to their lives, or too fear ful of change and derive comfort from maintaining the status quo. This can be an unconscious habit and the individual may rationalize, or have multiple rationalizations as to why change can’t or shouldn’t occur. The world’s richest and most successful people will never dispute that their solid and consistent belief in what they hoped to accomplish is the central reason they achieved what they did.
Un wave ring desire and belief, irrespective of the context, is in credibly powerful. It gives you the power to create your destiny.
In this book and you will find more answers and real situations of how this hidden power works!
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• Chris Royal was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, and spent his first five years as Hristo Stratsimir. His family lived in the village of Bankya, which had a population of 6000 people. He used to walk to the bakery early in the mornings with his grandmother and watch visitors come and go from the ornate buildings of the Mineral Baths. His father, an internationally ranked gymnast, took the family to the United States when Hristo was five, to become a U.S. men’s gymnastics coach. Hristo adapted easily to his new home near the Olympic training center just outside Indianapolis, Indiana. He was an outgoing, gregarious child from birth, and has maintained a positive, friendly outlook. Hristo’s parents encouraged him to change his name to the anglicized version, Christopher, and because ‘Stratsimir’ had been the name of one of the early royal emperors of the country, the family permanently changed their name to Royal.
Thus, Chris Royal came into being at the age of five. When he was introduced to a remote-controlled car at age eight, a light sparked in his eyes. He knew he could happily spend the rest of his life driving his remote car around the neighborhood. Within weeks, the plastic cracked and the battery died, but Chris was not to be dissuaded. He found work at his apartment complex, hooking advertisements and notices to doorknobs with rubber bands. For this first job, at the age of eight, Chris earned $5. He warmed quickly to the reality that hard work earns money, and money earned bought him not one, but several new remote-control cars.
That work was followed by more odd jobs. The local Dairy Queen was Chris’s favorite job as a teenager, followed by work at the local movie theater. Chris practiced his own advice regarding ‘Speed of Implementation’. At the age of 15, he developed a plan to deliver food and drinks to movie-goers. He obtained permission from the theater to carry out his plan, and monetary tips from pleased patrons were abundant.
Thriving at the Harvard Business School, Chris considers himself fortunate to have studied Organizational Behavior under the renowned Paul R. Lawrence. He spent many happy hours in the Baker Library, at Harvard Business School, and a strong interest in entrepreneurship grew. Royal has developed several startup companies and Android apps.
Currently, Chris hosts seminars, writes motivational blogs and keeps busy with new ideas. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and daughter, and enjoys their presence on his travels, as he presents material at seminars throughout the country. Despite tremendous success in the business world, he has not forgotten his roots. Each spring, Hristo Stratsimir returns to Bankya, Bulgaria, bringing his exuberance, ideas, and liveliness to family in the area.
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