The Magic of Thinking Big

Lately, I began a self-examination course. I started to seek ways to enhance my attitude toward fundamental things. My first small step was to make myself able to deal with unpredictable thoughts. When I was about to begin, my wife offered me the book “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David J. Schwartz.

And the journey began…

A huge number of individuals endeavor to nail the mysteries of accomplishment or just discover a recipe to take care of fundamental issues. But, who in hellfire knows genuine esteem to these engaging ideas? I’ll simply leave this question here.

Despite the fact that there were some thoughts that didn’t conform to my impression of reality, I discover this book exceptionally helpful manual for self-change.

David J. Schwartz, viewed as one of the premier specialists on inspiration, however, what set off my heart is his accentuation on self-examination before a desire to stun the world.

Fundamentally, the book creates and exhibits a precisely outlined program for getting the most out of your occupation, your marriage life, and your environment. The author proves that you don’t have to be a scholarly or have inborn ability to obtain incredible achievement and fulfillment — however, you do need to learn and comprehend the tendency for acting in ways that will get you there. It helps me to remember a quote from James Allen:

“You are today where your contemplations have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your considerations take you.”

Major takeaways:

“Develop personal training program”

Built on attitudes and techniques of successful people;

Cure yourself of the failure disease;

“Accept the law of cause and effect.”

Concentrate on developing the qualities that will make you a winner;

“Think and dream creatively.”

“Capacity is indeed a state of mind.”

“You are what you think you are.”

“Talk only Happiness, Progress and Prosperity.”

Talk positive vocabulary, create big images;

Chose and manage your environment ;

N.B. The only free choice we have in our life is choosing the right environment, so we have to use it wisely).

“Make your attitudes your allies.”

When our attitude is right, our abilities reach maximum of effectiveness and good results inevitably follow;

“Think positively towards people.”

Success depends on the support of other people;

“Get the action Habit.”

Only fair idea acted upon, and developed, is 100 percent better than a terrific idea that dies because it isn’t followed up!!! Every day thousands of people bury good ideas because they are afraid to act on them. Then, the ghosts of those ideas come back to haunt them;
Be an “I’m starting now” kind of person. Seize the initiative! Be a crusader;
Habit becomes a second nature;

“Convert defeat into victory.”

Have the courage to be your own constructive critic. Constantly identify and improve your weaknesses. Ask feedback from people you can trust, people who are ready to help;

“Set goals to help you grow.”

Build 30-day goals. Day-by-day effort pays off;

“Activate your leadership.”

Trade minds with people you want to influence;

Invest in a human way of resolving problems;

Think and push for progress;

Confer with yourself;


There is a ceaseless approach to self-change in all that we do. In any case, it’s essential to include the soul in each activity and listen to how it reverberates with your qualities. We shape our dynamic reality by our state of mind towards little things. Once in a while, we require input to change our life compass, at different times we like to remain alone to examine, watch, or simply think discreetly. The best isn’t unattainable; we simply need to make sense of the way. This book reminded my ways “I can improve”, I trust you’ll discover your formula too.