Friday, July 29, 2016

Walking forward to create the life you want

Many people think that if they could just come up with some innovative project idea, they would be able to function financially on a far higher level, but what does it take to do that? People come up with new ideas all the time, but most ideas are not that different from all the others. In "Becoming a Student," Seth explains how to bring together the past, the present and the future to create something that no one has ever done before.

This month we are looking at the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal, and while the creation of the international government and its projects seem simple and logical, the foreign policy experts around the world have not seen the idea before, or if they did, they didn't know how to bring it all about.

The books associated with this proposal are found in the Technology/Power/Plan/Orange segment of our catalog. Technology involves coming up with gadgets, but it is also the application of the plan in the planning process, and technology doesn't necessarily have to be lucrative. Technology can be used as a tool or as a weapon. Does having a secret weapon make you more powerful, or will you face the backlashes of Universal Law?

All of these ideas are wrapped together in this proposal. We haven't even come to the point where we are creating something, but looking at where true power comes from.