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How many millions of websites are there on the
Internet? Who knows? But, one thing that is for certain
is that behind every domain is a man, woman or
company looking to meet its own financial goals.
The trick of an article title like this one is that by using
the word "faith" in the title, many people will
automatically assume that it is an article about religion.
Having said that, it is important to note that this article
is NOT about religion.
This article is actually about "faith," which is entirely
separate from religion.
Do you have faith in your children that they will always
do the right thing? This kind of "faith" is an "absolute
belief" in the character and integrity of your children.
And that my friend is different from a "religious belief."
Do you have faith that the sun will arise in the East
tomorrow morning? This kind of "faith" is an "absolute
belief" in the processes of nature.
I am not talking about "faith" in the Egyptian sun god Ra
or the Greek sun god Apollo. Like I told you before, this
is not an article about religion. Instead, this article is
about faith and understanding the principles of faith.
Consider for a moment how you think about the sun.
When you go to bed each night, you know beyond a
shadow of a doubt that the sun will rise the next day.
You know that if it is dark outside, it is only a matter of
hours before the sun's light fills your day.
Think about how much confidence you have in the idea
of the sun rising tomorrow morning to light another day.
Yes, clouds might hide the sun from our direct view, but
those clouds cannot block all of the sun's light. Those
clouds might darken our skies, but they cannot prevent
the sun from rising.
If I had told you that the sun would not come up
tomorrow morning, then you would have known me to
be a fool.
So how is it that you could so confidently think of me as
a fool, if I were to say the sun would not rise tomorrow
For the sake of argument, dwell for just a moment on
the absolute certainty that you have in your heart and
mind that the sun will rise tomorrow morning.
The feeling you have right now is what it really means to
As a child, I remember hearing stories about people who
had that absolute faith that things would go their way. I
heard one time about a preacher who had a faith
beyond measure. Yes, I am talking about a preacher, but
I am still not talking about religion.
The preacher had told his friends that he was going on a
trip the following Friday. But, his friends also knew that
he really did not have the money for such a trip, and
they said as much to the preacher.
The preacher told them that the money he needed for
his trip would be provided to him. Penniless and faithful,
this man had a real faith, even an unbreakable certainty
that his trip would become possible. For him, it was not
a matter of "if" he could get the money for his trip; it
was a matter of "he will have the money" in time for his
On Thursday, the day before his scheduled trip, one of
his friends asked him if he had gotten the money for his
trip yet. The preacher dutifully said no, but assured his
friend that he would have the money in time for his trip.
Sure enough, Friday morning came, and his friend
produced enough money to ensure that the preacher's
trip would go off without a hitch.
The preacher's faith paid off for him and his planned
trip. Sure, in this case the preacher's friend came
through to reward the preacher's faith. And one might
try to argue that it was not an act of "reliable" faith that
produced that result.
But as I look around at people I know, I see the principle
of faith at work in their lives.
Frequently I hear people tell me, "Clinton, this month
we will see a 20% increase in sales." And then it comes
People tell me, "Clinton, my business will generate a
quarter million in sales this year," and then it happens.
My mentors tell me that the first step to success is
setting measurable goals and believing with an
unshakeable faith that those outcomes will come to
For years, I had believed that this faith thing was just a
bunch of poppycock. Then one day, I convinced myself
that a particular goal was within my reach. Things had
been going my way, so I decided that I would earn $500
per month online, to supplement my families tight
My faith was unshakeable; I knew in that moment that I
would make $500 that month and each month
thereafter. And then it happened.
Yes, I was able to have an unbreakable belief in myself
with my small goal, and then I was able to realize that
small goal. Soon after, I promptly forgot about my
newfound manifestation of faith.
Just like many other people, when I finally learned and
manifested the principle of faith for the first time, I
thanked chance for delivering the goods.
Realizing The Power Of Faith In My Online Business
One day, I looked back and realized that chance may
have not been in play to bring me my previous success. I
considered the possibility that perhaps faith did have a
role after all. So, I created a new goal. And then I built
up my faith, practicing the belief that what I desired
would come true. I set a goal to earn as much from my
online business, as I did each week from my daytime
job. Within the next few weeks, I built up my confidence
One day, the light just came on. I knew deep in my heart
that my goal would be realized. In that moment, I
realized within myself an unshakeable belief that I
would reach my goal.
Within a few days, my online sales began to increase to
a level that was required for me to manifest my stated
Unbreakable faith had delivered twice for me, and yet I
let it pass another six months before I tried again. So
soon we forget and return to a condition of disbelief.
My wife and I had been talking about taking a family
vacation, but we really did not have the money to do so.
Within just a few days, I realized that the power of faith
could deliver a family vacation for my family, so I made a
decision to earn $12,000 to pay for a vacation to
This time, I did not have to prepare myself to accept the
faith that my desire would come true. I just decided in
that instant that I would earn the money needed for our