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Wallace D. Wattles on What You Do and Don't Receive in Life

How Do You Hold On to the Constructive Force?

In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote:

"Hi Tony,

I love your blog because it's so informative. Now, since I've downloaded the first lesson free, from your course, I'm wondering about this internal force and the constructive and destructive sides.

I'm still sitting here in a space of proverbial poverty. I've written 2 novels and 2 short stories and made e-books out of them because I've not been able to acquire a publisher. So, I created a web site, and get 'hits' because of Twitter and <person's name deleted> Challenge; however, the sales have been -0-. I also set up an advice column with practical advice for a mere $3.33 per day, but nothing. When I give away information that I know for certain works, or spiritual truths that others are having a difficult time with, they appreciate it; however, I'm still not doing something right.

I'll admit that I've been preoccupied with the turmoil of world issues and governments underhanded dealings, which do affect our lives. I've tried writing things down and putting them into a 'worry box,' but they creep back.

To move toward the constructive side within, and eliminate the destructive side altogether, I've sort of lost my way with this force. The negative keeps slithering back in, and to say the least it's rather distressing.

Could you shed a bit more light on how to 'hold onto' that constructive force?

Thanks for your valued insight."

Wow!

There's just so much I could say here about several things you wrote, but I'm not sure how constructive those comments would be. So, for now anyway, besides referring you to the rest of my free Wallace D. Wattles minicourse (the Constructive Science Minicourse), which you may well have finished by now, I think I'll restrict my answer to the "cure" here.

In the first lesson of Wallace D. Wattles' Health Science Course ("Fundamentals"), the first of his four Power Correspondence School courses, Mr. Wattles wrote:

"You cannot work constructively unless you have in mind to construct something; and you must have in mind a picture of that which you wish to construct."

In other words, a vision of what you want next in your life.

He went on to ask:

"What kind of structure would a bricklayer build who was not sure whether he was working on a circular chimney or a square cottage?"

Good question, isn't it?

The answer?

And please take this in the spirit in which it's intended...

The kind of structure you're building!

My advice?

Before you do anything else, create yourself a clear and definite vision that's based on what's truly important to you and what you really want next in your life, and then use that as the point on which to keep yourself focused.

For specific, step-by-step instructions on how to do that, I suggest you read my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide, in that order. Then, do exactly what they tell you to do! Click or tap the links below to get your copies today.

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Remember:

"You cannot work constructively unless you have in mind to construct something; and you must have in mind a picture of that which you wish to construct."

Note: The Constructive Science Minicourse is a free 4-part email course sent to you every other day that reveals Wallace D. Wattles' simple, easy-to-understand formula for success - and lots more!

Click or tap here to get the Constructive Science Minicourse.

Related Pages:

Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start & Advanced Vision Bundle

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide

Wallace D. Wattles' Health Science Course

Wallace D. Wattles' Power Correspondence School Courses Bundle

Related Posts:

How Do You Control and Train the Mind to Be Constructive?

Napoleon Hill on Controlling Your Mind

Resource:

Constructive Science Minicourse

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