It’s wonderful to be back in Bangkok. The last time I was here, the Red General had been assassinated, the city centre was burning, and I was going through Army checkpoints to get the last flight out. So good to see peace here again.
I have an event with 5,000 people this weekend, as the Thai people are hungry for prosperity. As the demonstrations the last time I was here illustrate, there are a lot of challenges to success in this country. (Like most countries.) But the Thai's have such a drive for success, they overcome any perceived limitations. And limitations are a funny thing…
We like to think our limitations come from external factors. But in most cases, that is not the issue. The real limitations are usually the boundary lines of your thoughts.
These are self-erected fences and you determine where they are. You can move them out, or you can move them in.
Today you are where your thoughts have brought you. Tomorrow you’ll be where they take you. As James Allen tells us, “a man thinks, and his life appears.”
When you expand your prosperity consciousness, you move the fences out. BTW, I have a new resource to help you do that. It’s my Power Prosperity Program. Check it out and let me know what you think!