Personal responsibility. It’s like common sense! – Not that common!

Personal responsibility. It’s like common sense! – Not that common!

It  is really interesting to watch and hear human beings interacting with each other.

There is a universal law that cannot  be broken. A law so powerful that man’s self  made law’s pale into insignificance by comparison. A law that is almost beyond comprehension. It is the law of the universe.

We are all, each and every one of us, personally responsible for what we think, say,  and do. It seems to me basic common sense as a rational adult, but like common sense it is not that common!

Firstly, our own interaction with ‘self’, is our own thoughts. As Napoleon Hill stated in his classic book Think & grow rich, ‘Thoughts become things’. As Earl Nightingale in ‘The strangest secret’ stated, ‘We become what we think about’. Thought’s truly do become things, because  the human mind (and only a fraction of it is used by most humans), is truly a powerful thing that we all possess.  Our thoughts and the emotion we put behind them are incredibly powerful. Our thoughts are the language that the universe understands. If more people realized this personal asset & explored it for themselves what the potential is, the world in which they and indeed all of us live would mean a far deal more than it presently does. If you keep thinking, dwelling or worse still worrying about something, what is going to happen? The thing that you are thinking about will come about!

Secondly, our words stem from our initial thought process and evolve into words. The words that emit from our mouth is without question also an extremely powerful ability that we possess. The means of natural communication that we have is by some, simply overlooked or misunderstood. The words we say can be expressed in a certain manner to mean one thing. State the same words in a totally different way and they  take  on a whole new meaning. Another way of putting this is ‘it’s not what they said, it’s the way in which they said it’! How many times have you said that? More importantly, how many times has someone said that of us?

Lastly, lets look at what we do as individuals. Every action has an equal & opposite reaction. This is a fundamental law of nature,  a law of the universe. Every action on our part stemmed also from our initial thought process, and will often have been followed by our words. When we interact with others by speaking or by action, the human trait is to get our point over to the other person. This works well when we are listening to the other person & understanding their view. It is when we are not listening that it all seems to go wrong because they then want to eagerly make their point over our own.

Practice always makes perfect, & human interaction ability is one of the most difficult to achieve, but is perfectly possible. When we look at the history of mankind there has always been evil thought, words and deeds carried out in the name of some cause or other. But what of the consequence? History is full of the wonderful hindsight of ‘if only’. By then of course it is too late. The words were said in the wrong way, the deed was carried out and the damage done.

In conclusion, next time you interact with others, think about the consequence of thoughts, words and action.

There is a universal law that cannot  be broken. A law so powerful that man’s self  made law’s pale into insignificance by comparison. A law that is almost beyond comprehension. It is the law of the universe.

Try it!

Mick.

 

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From early days at High school, working for myself had an appeal that has never left me. Self employment is in my DNA. “Our only limitations are those we set up in our own minds". - Napoleon Hill. • Doing what you love is a passion because you just do it regardless. - Mick Blacker. I first read Napoleon Hill’s classic book "Think and Grow Rich" around 1991. Never has a book had such an impact on my thinking. The philosophies detailed within are so relevant today as they were at its first publication in August 1937. The other major influence on me has been listening to the now timeless classic...” The Strangest Secret”, by Earl Nightingale. . I have worn many ‘hats’ throughout my business life. Carpenter & joiner by profession. Started along with a business partner a shopfitting business in 1981 with £50 cash and a credit card. Built the business into a Ltd company. • Costed, designed, presented and project managed shopfit & refurb projects up to £1.5M in value. • Property developer, industrial,commercial, residential. • Financial trading. (Passion for end of day UK stocks trading).Trading from home has led to the formation of Trade So Simple with my two fantastic sons. http://tradesosimple.com/ • Joint presenter of the Trade So Simple 'introduction to trading' seminar. • Joint presenter of the Trade So Simple 'spread trading the FTSE course'. • Love meeting people and talking about ideas.Seeing any project go from an idea to reality is a wonderful thing. • Blog writing. • Making the coffee.

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