What “The Secret” Means
This was the second time for me to actually watch “The Secret”. I really enjoyed the movie’s message and unbiased viewpoints. Since watching the film the first time I’ve applied some of the techniques proposed by some of the visionaries. Although it seems like most of the pointers and advice they give, I’ve been hearing since childhood. Always be positive, wish for what you really want and work hard to make it happen. I think the best example from the movie that I’m using as of late is the focus factor. I’ve made my own personal wish list to say. On my board, I have pictures of my 2004 Lamborghini Murcielago, a list of Fortune 500 companies, and some future paychecks. I’m going to keep wishing for them but I think the movie was trying to sell another point along side this one. You can wish for everything in the world but if you don’t work hard to help them happen, then they won’t. You, yourself makes change happen. I believe that everything you do changes the way your life happens. Like the lady said, if you keep thinking negative, negative things will keep happening and vice versa. In this class, you have to be persistent and able to shake off any doubts that you have for yourself. I’m going to apply this to my Public Speaking. In the business world, I’m going to be challenged to speak to many CEOs and executives, so I’m going to focus positive energy and time into my speaking skills. I know that all the money spent and hard work will pay off to me in the end.