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THE LAW OF BELIEF
The "law of belief" says that whatever we believe with feeling becomes our reality. Our beliefs form a screen through which we see the entire world, and we never allow any information that is inconsistent with our beliefs to pass through the screen. Even if we have beliefs that are totally inconsistent with reality, because we believe them to be true, they become true for us.

THE LAW OF EXPECTATIONS
The "law of expectations" is a powerful concept that says that whatever we expect with confidence becomes our own self-fulfilling prophecy. People who enjoy high levels of accomplishment are continually talking to and about themselves as though they expect things to work out well. Expectations have a powerful impact on our relationships with others, and they have a powerful impact on what we become.

THE LAW OF ATTRACTION
The "law of attraction" says that each human being is a living magnet, that we radiate thought energy and that we invariably attract into our lives the people and circumstances that harmonize with our dominant thoughts. If we wish to attract different people, different circumstances and different events, we have to change the content of our conscious minds. We can dramatically improve the quality of our lives by taking control of our minds and manufacturing beliefs and expectations consistent with what we want to happen in the future. Remember, what you think, you are.

(excerpts from the cassette course, "The Psychology of
Achievement" by BRIAN TRACY )