Scott Adams, the creator of the world-renowned comic strip Dilbert, wasn’t always rich and famous. In fact, he used to work for Pacific Bell as a budget analyst.
(Now doesn’t THAT sound boring? No wonder why he wanted to escape his job.)
But every day he would get out a sheet of paper and write the following words twenty times or more:
“I will become a world-famous cartoonist.”
What are your magic words?