After reviewing several success methods over the years, I was (and am) convinced that success principles work, but have never been convinced by any of the explanations for why they worked. Recently I was grappling with some of the contemporary theories of physics being examined in scientific circles. As my understanding of the principles behind these theories grew, I realized they provided a solid explanation of why "success principles" (pretty much any of them) actually lead to success. This is not just a different way of looking at the world, but at the entire Universe; it's similar to trying to grasp the fact that the earth is round instead of flat. I start with underlying concepts - everyday stuff - and building on those, introduce concepts that are routine to modern physicists, but hardly known at all to the general population. After the basic concepts are presented, I propose a viewpoint that uses these concepts to explain why things happen, even on a personal level; perhaps especially on a personal level. With this new paradigm, you will be able to clearly understand why success principles work, no matter what their source.
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Michael Ciarochi worked as an engineer and surveyor, beginning in his home state of Alaska, where he worked on the design and construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline for several years. He later become involved in mining and metallurgical plant design, working on mines from Sweden to the South Pacific. When computer-aided design became practical, he exploited his talent in that field as a consultant to assist engineering companies make the successful in transition from paper to electronic media. Subsequently he worked directly large technology companies in service delivery to major global corporations, specializing in networks and information security. Originally trained as a musician, Michael still plays trumpet and bass with various groups in the Atlanta, Georgia area, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Wind Symphony.
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