Earl Prevette Biography – – Earl Prevette Biography and List of Works – Earl Prevette Earl Prevette Is the author of books such as The Power Of Creative Selling. By Earl Prevette. IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN YOU. CHAPTER I. One day not long ago , while standing on the corner of a busy street in Philadelphia, talking to a friend. 1 quote from Earl Prevette: ‘Determine the result you of averages does not know the objective untill the decision is made. Once a decision is made, .
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One day not long ago, while preevtte on the corner of a busy street in Philadelphia, talking to a friend, along came an old man. He was a decrepit old man with swollen, tearful eyes, and his unshaven face was drawn and withered. His lips were blue with unclean sores. His toes were pushing through his worn-out shoes.
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His clothes were torn to prevetre. He had seen better days. I thought, how dreadfully poverty has gnawed at you. I was stunned for the moment. With a look of sadness, and with a dirty bloated hand thrust forward, he pleaded for a few pennies. He got a few more pennies; I got a little more sense.
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As I pondered over the circumstances which had caused the deplorable condition pfevette this man, and had left him a wreck in its ruins, I began to think: It might have been you!
What happened to this old man? What precipitated his deplorable condition? What caused such poverty? Eqrl had fortune turned into misfortune? His plight may have been owing to overindulgence, to grief, to envy, to jealousy, to hatred, to prejudice, to dread, to self- pity, to temptation, or to discouragement.
Whatever it was had changed his outlook, his attitude, his process of thinking and his entire pattern of living. Desperation, despair, discouragement, disappointment, sorrow and sadness were indelibly stamped in the lines of his face. He was a picture of his thoughts, a victim of circumstances and a slave to poverty. In analyzing the plight of this old man, I came to the conclusion that his condition was a definite result of that desperate little enemy— negative thinking.
It is worse than war, and largely the cause of war. It is the curse of the human race. It is as blind to reason as an owl is to light.
It turns friends into enemies and enemies into foes. It robs a man of reason. It stirs up hate, greed, selfishness, cynicism, pessimism, anger, suspicion, rivalry, jealousy, revenge, lust and envy. It tears down confidence, undermines health, impairs character and causes poverty.
An old legend relates that the devil was thrown into bankruptcy. Out of all his tools, the creditors permitted him to keep one.
The tool he selected was the wedge of negative thinking. To get your hands on this classic masterpiece that is now in the public domain simply click on the button below now. Number of items in cart: TuesdayNovember 8 th Shopping Cart Number of items in cart: