Written by Mitch Santell
The way you speak and the words you use will affect how others perceive and understand you. During the years that I helped raise capital for start-up companies, I realized that said one-way “capital was at magnetized to a project” and said another way it would “avoid a project like a “plague.”
David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D. wrote the best original dissertation and analysis of how words affect us.
Check this out from the introduction:
“ This book makes a huge promise, perhaps the biggest promise that has ever been made to you. It can provide you the means by which you may detect if you are being misled. (You need never read a book or buy into any major teaching again without testing it first-it’s too dangerous and too costly.) The level of truth of this work itself has been calibrated at 750 (see Appendix A) which is unusually high for this time in this culture. I pray this is already a partial fulfillment of the promise. “
Make the time to focus on this book.