Twenty years ago I developed a philosophy for successful living that I called “Possibility Thinking.”
Today I look back and rejoice over the success of this system. Has it worked for me! And I know it can work for you!
In the past two decades my family has grown to include five fantastic children all very successful and ten grand children all potentially great Possibility Thinkers! And my career in ministry has been (and continues to be) rewarding, exciting and challenging!
Yes, this success system called Possibility thinking works wonders for those who practice it. I have seen thousands of persons who have achieved incredible goals and overcome amazing obstacles and handicaps with the help of Possibility Thinking! Consider these result.
As a young boy in our church, David used to say, I want to be an astronaut when I grow up. Well, his parents, Reverend and Mrs. Harold ministers on my staff, really encouraged this positive attitude. David graduated at the top of his class at the Naval Acedemy and went on to make his dream come true. He became an astronaut and walked in space!
They dreamed of becoming major league ball players- they made their dreams come true! I learned possibility thinking in my church. And they have both played in the Fall Classic- and Won!
Nearly two million letters come across my desk each year from people telling me how Possibility Thinking saved their life? They heard me preach it on T.V. they tired it- and are living proof it works!
I could fill this book with other success stories of people who become Possibility Thinkers and incredible achievers. They have succeeded in all walks of life in society, in business, in industry, in government, in the military. Possibility Thinking worked for them. It can work for you. You, too, can be a success.
It all begins when you decide you want to succeed. Some people, frankly, run from success. They are embarrassed by the subject. After all, success has taken a lot of criticism much of it undeserved- some deserved.
If success is achieved through exploitation of the poor or the oppressed, then such injustice is sinful. When it is necessary to succeed in order to feed insatiable greed, such success deserves to be rebuked.
A world renowned movie producer and director invited a very good friend of mine to accompany him to a bank in Geneva, Switzerland. My friend went with him into a private bank vault. Inside were piles and piles of solid gold bars! Tens of millions of dollars!