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Begin to construct a life path that best suits your personality. Be honest with yourself. The key to success is enjoyment, and the key to enjoyment is accurate self-identification. Form your lifestyle around the way you work best, instead of letting your work form your lifestyle. Find soothing things that clear your mind and that allow you to progress. Often, a logical understanding of where you are, how you feel, or how you arrived at a situation will provide this clarity. If we cannot determine why we feel, act, or progress in a given direction through life, it makes us uneasy. If we do not understand what brought us to our current situation, we feel unsettled or even helpless. Then we have moments when everything about a particular topic becomes clear, and we are able to relax with the knowledge that we understand ourselves.

©2015 Christopher Gorog, LLC (P)2015 Christopher Gorog, LLC

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Perhaps this book is ahead of its time

We know how logic inside a computer works. This book tries to tell that similar is the inner logic in our brain. Next Step we take is based on commands, beliefs or rules which we have previously programmed in our brain. "Maintenance of Change" and "Marching Forward" are more important then initial action of Change. I think I will have to internalize some principles of this book.- Haresh Raichura

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