Cause and effect definition
We live in a world governed by law, not chance.
Everything happens for a reason, whether or not we know what it is.
Every effect has a specific cause or causes. Every cause or action has an effect of some kind, whether we can see it and whether we like it or not.
Achievement, wealth, happiness, and business success are all the direct and indirect effects or results of specific causes or actions.
This simply means that If you can be clear about the effect or result you want, you can probably achieve it by doing what others did to get the same results.
Success is not a miracle, nor is it a matter of luck. Everything happens for a reason, good or bad, positive or negative. When you are clear about what you want, you only need to copy others who have achieved it before you, and you will eventually get the same results that they have.
it’s the law of Sowing and Reaping, which says, “whatsoever a man soweth, that also shall he reap.”
You are always free to choose. In the long run, no one forces you to think, feel, or behave the way you do. Rather, you choose your emotions and behaviors by the way
you choose to think about the world around you and about what is happening to you.
Your thoughts and feelings are quickly affected by the events around you.
For example, when you receive a piece of good news, your attitude immediately brightens and you feel more positive toward everyone and everything. If, on the other hand, you unexpectedly receive some bad news, you can immediately become upset, angry, and short-tempered, even if the news is inaccurate or untrue. It is the way you interpret the event to yourself that determines how you react.
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Examine the most important part of your life, your family, your financial situation. And observe the cause-effect relationships between what you think, say, feel, and do and the results you are getting. Be honest with yourself.