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Amal Thomas



“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.” – Leo Burnett







Joined Jul 16, 2019

The start

The new decade is just around the corner and now is as good time as any to start developing winning habits that are going to help you on your journey of self-development and improvement in the ever-changing age of dumb people and advanced technology. 

Any achievement worth noting is a product of hard work and dedication, but no big goal gets accomplished without developing winning habits first, that’s why it’s so damn hard.

If you’re working on achieving your goals, but you’re not seeing results just yet, let me give you a helping hand and share the habits that have helped me a lot.

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"You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children."

Woke is a slang term took birth in a dialect called African American Vernacular English (AAVE)

The term of staying woke became a watchword in parts of the black community for those who were self-aware and for those who questioned the dominant paradigm and strived for something better.

It was popularized as a call to action that went hand in hand with the black lives matter movement.

By the year 2010, woke became a term that was closely associated with left-wing politics, socially liberal causes, feminism, LGBT activism, and cultural issues, race equity culture issues, and more.

What was New Thought all about?

The New Thought movement emerged in the 19th century to help people achieve a better understanding of divine mysteries, through the power of their thoughts.

The term “New Thought” signified that one’s thoughts could unlock secrets to living a better life, free from the constraints of religious doctrines or dogmas.

Associated with a Portland, Maine clockmaker, Phineas Parkhurst Quimby , New Thought proposed a range of philosophical ideas that focused on the mind’s power to cure illness.

Quimby believed that the cause of disease resided in the mind.

Visualization techniques have been used by successful people to visualize their desired outcomes for ages.

The practice has even given some high achievers what seems like super-powers, helping them create their dream lives by accomplishing one goal or task at a time with hyper focus and complete confidence.

In fact, we all have this awesome power, but most of us have never been taught to use it effectively.

That power is called visualization.

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