Fe Magica De Claude Bristol

to be very specific and personal. Never give special or legal advice. Always seek to reflly help the person for whom you are working by giving his confidence a lift, introducing a complimentary phrase where possible» Give him something constructive to think about.

Let them talk, if they will, taking mental advantage of every statement they make, to enlarge on what you are tell it!? them.. You can "play back" their own remarks then, with the addition of helpful comments> bits of advice. Indications of weakness (but pointing our such weakness only In such a way that it builds up, never belittles, the person). Keep in mind that the person for whom you are reading must be made to feel he is, or easily could be, a Hero, an Expert, a Champ, A King.

For your own background reading; To show you how to say things, and what can be said, go to such inspirational sources as 'Dale Carnegie's books: How to Stop Worrying, How to win friends and Influence People... Also: The Magic of Believing, by Claude Bristol. The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Pecle, plus his other books. New books on such subjects are appearing, all tb<i tltns: you can keep well read on them ?nd turn the material to good advantage.

Outline o£ Remarks relative- to Love and Carriage

Helpful ideas on which to build you reading on this subject: Be tolerant, develop tenderness, fee understanding, be mindful of little things, plan thoughtful surprises, prove your affection, stay clear of arguments, cultivate tact, do things together, have mutual interests, omit criticism, stick up for partner, be. bright end gay, avoid suspicion, sacrifice bad habits, consider other's feelings, dof't take love for granted, control your temper, don't be sarcastic, avoid nagging, don't be jealous, control your moods, always forgive, leave rooia to make up, double your patience, cultivate generosity» remember anniversaries, birthdays are important, be a good listener, be attentive, thoughtful, keep r^.at and clean, greet friends courteously, show respect for relatives, don't be conceited or selfish.

Outline of Remarks Relative to the Average Person -

Develop the ability to concentrate. Don't be changeable. Respect opinions and personal properties. Le*m to relax and avoid worry. Admit mistakes, don't make excuses. Don't hold grudges or seek revenge, Don't win argument - and lose a friend, or love. Recognize good in everyone, be sincere in both business and romance, Accept criticism. But don't give It juet to belittle» Fulfill obligations knd promises. Keep your word. Tend to yovr own affairs first - don't meddle. Cooperate - like begets like. Plan your work and follow through. Master one thing - don't skip around. Be determined to rise above any bad bre-ik. Don't waste time - it is the stuff life is made of. Cultivate helpful friends. Think things out - use your own common sense. Persist tactfully, diplomatically - fight and you make enemies. • Don't reply on, luck. j%fee your own. "breaks".

Believe in a thing. Be enthusiastic. You can sell the world« Guard your health. It should come first. Don't drive others away by being gloomy. Don't let triflss upset you; Avoid acting on too short notice and then regret the results forever. "Defect your fears with positive thinking. Plan to save and spend finely. Don't be stubborn, where it is impossible to win. Have balanced spending. Curb extravagance. Dream, but then work to make your dreams come true. Don't believe everything. Be cautious. Avoid putting off decisions. Get the facts. Draw a conclusion. Make your word good as gold. Keep on a gold standard. Don't be inpatient with those who are less quick. Be an independent thinker - not a slave to others.

It is understood that you will not use every phrase given in any one reading. Get these phrases into your mind - into your sub-conscious where they can be brought forth when you need them. Then you can speak freely without searching for something to say.

Suggestions for Types of Employment

As referred to earlier, to be used for young persons on the verge of their life work, for persons dissatisfied with their present jobs, for ambitious persons, etc.

Consider the requirements for each of these kinds of work and have them in your mind, so that when such abilities show up in an analysis the type of employment will immediately suggest itself.

Ambassador, architect, accountant, actor, advertising, agriculturist; artist, athlete, aviator, beautician, barber, builder, buyer, chemist, clerk, coach, construction worker, craftsman, creative artist, dancer, decorator, designer, die cutter, domestic, doctor, dramatist, dressmaker, druggist, homemaker, educator, engineer, electrician, entertainer, executive, factory worker, florist, foreman, furrier, good cook, inspector, government worker, jewelry, laborer, lawyer, leader, lecturer, legal worker, literary worker, machinest, longshoreman, manager, manufacturer, mortician, mechanic, medical man, mentalist, navigator, railroad man, television expert, merchant, model, military man, miner, magician, nurse, organizer, occulist, orator, patternmaker, photographer, preacher, professor, politician, printer, public service worker, publisher, race track man; radio man, real estate man, religious researcher, routine workers, scientist, secretary, speaker, sportsman, surgeon, sv/itchman, teacher, television, theatre man, transportation worker, vocalist, versatile person, one of single talent, one of mc™y talents.


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