Quote from Maxwell Maltz:
Your automatic creative mechanism is teleological. That is, it operates in terms of goals and end results. Once you give it a definite goal to achieve, you can depend upon its automatic guidance system to take you to that goal much better than "you" ever could by conscious thought. "You" supply the goal by thinking in terms of end results. Your automatic mechanism then supplies the means whereby.
My power will be in thinking true.
If you think you're too small to have an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito in the room.
I think every person should be able to enjoy life. Try to decide what you most enjoy doing, and then look around to see if there is a job for which you could prepare yourself that would enable you to continue having this sort of joy.
It is the act of forgiveness that opens up the only possible way to think creatively about the future at all.
All that a man is outwardly is but the expression and completion of his inward thought. To work effectively he must think clearly. To act nobly he must think nobly.
You think the shadow is the substance.
Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.
When getting ready to reason with a man, I spend one-third of my time thinking about myself and what I am going to say and two-thirds thinking about him and what he is going to say.
When you do The Work, you see who you are by seeing who you think other people are. Eventually you come to see that everything outside you is a reflection of your own thinking. You are the storyteller, the projector of all stories, and the world is the projected image of your thoughts.
Thinking is a habit, and like any other habit, it can be changed; it just takes effort and repetition.
As long as you are going to think anyway—you might as well think BIG!