02/01/2012 (press release: sheiladanzig) // Dalton, GA, US // J.F. (Jim) Straw
In the children’s story, “The Little Engine That Could,” the little engine began by “thinking” he could pull the train over the mountain. Then, he “knew” he could and he pulled the train over the mountain. — The story only misses one all-important factor in the little engine’s success. While “thinking” and then “knowing” he could do it, the little engine kept his wheels turning. Without that physical application the little engine would have never reached the top of the mountain.
All of the goal setting, affirmations, visualizations, incantations, prayers, rituals, monotonous repetitions, and mental exercises will never allow anyone to reach their goals … without a physical application, nothing happens.
In Mustard Seeds, Shovels and Mountains: Achieve Success Using Your Physio-Psychic Power lies a powerful recipe for pulling out of the daily doldrums and into the powerful, get-it-done person everyone was always meant to be! Right in the foreword, the author, Jim Straw, sets it out plainly: who in this world is successful and who isn’t, with a clear, concise definition that everyone can understand. Further, he defines the rules for success and how the quest for independence, financial or otherwise, is both a journey and a personal exercise of determination and practice.
And that’s just the foreword.
After beginning at the beginning, with who he is, his successes and the reasons why he has been successful, Jim Straw proceeds to detail in an easy to understand methodology, sometimes step by step, what precisely is the Physio-Psychic Power and how to tap into it. By spelling out what he did, how he did it and why he did it, Straw draws an illustration of success that can almost be reached out to and pinned to the wall. Straw explains that there is no magic formula for success but that, instead, it is the brass ring that can be reached and grabbed along the travel through life and its lessons. The book displays that grasping success is something that that can be created. To have success involved getting out out and do something – anything. Only then can success be grasped and owned.
According to readers of the pre-released edition some of the most impactful portions of the book lie within the Faith and Failure? chapters. One wrote, “Straw’s approach to self-help is more of a hand up than a push forward.” Analyzing and dissecting why success is illusive has never been clearer than in the pages of Mustard Seeds, Shovels and Mountains.”
About the author: http://BusinessLyceum.com/JFStraw.html — http://JFJimStraw.com