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“So Let it Be Written, So Let it Be Done.”

If you’ve ever watched the movie, ‘The Ten Commandments,” the quote above should be familiar.

It was what Yul Brynner said as the Pharaoh Rameses II when he issued an important command. The order was given, it was written down and it was to be done. The Pharaoh ruled—literally.

I thought of Rameses’ command recently when I wrote something down and within 72 hours it had come to pass.

We could say it was a coincidence except that it happens all the time. Our intention and our writing is part of the creation and manifestation process.

A friend of mine just showed me an affirmation he created when he was fearful of losing an important client. On an index card he wrote. “I am so happy and grateful now that Mr. “X” has renewed his commitment for another year.” Within two days, the renewal was made and check received.

And our Diamond Club Members and EMC regularly fill out their Intentions and Commitments forms each week to share with their mastermind teams.

It’s an exercise in active clarity and impressive results.

So what was it that I wrote down?

Well, you’ll hear more about it in the weeks ahead, but I can tell you part of the story now.

It started when I did a Diamond Club Training call on the importance and the art of networking. A short while later, I had Larry Benet, “The Connector” do a teleseminar on the same subject.

I really do try to practice what I preach, so I was updating my Top 20 List of people I am connected to as well as my Top 20 List of people to whom I would like to be connected. It was this second list to which I added the name of Michael Gerber.

Most of you are no doubt familiar with the founder of E-Myth Worldwide and author of several E-Myth books. Michael is one of my favorite business authors and his work has had a profound influence on my own. I have long wanted to meet him and develop a relationship with him, but I had never written it down.

Through an interesting sequence of events that would take a long while to tell you, and due to some very fortuitous connections, I now find myself registered for Gerber’s Dreaming Room (a new program he’s created that I was anxious to attend) at a very favorable rate.

So on April 25 and continuing through April 27, I will be working with “Mr. E-Myth” in The Dreaming Room in San Diego.

I highly recommend his new book, Awakening the Entrepreneur Within. It is all about his latest endeavor and how it will change the shape of entrepreneurship (my words, not his).

When I come back, I’ll be able to tell you more about the Dreaming Room from my own experience. I have a feeling that I and SuccessNet will never be the same.

If you’d like to find out about The Dreaming Room now, you can get a free recording from Michael Gerber that explains it here. It’s quite eye-opening to say the least.

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