The Power of Trump - The Power of Words
In his latest stump in Iowa, he did it again; he's using his magic. He said, "I am asking you to believe in yourself, and I am asking you again to believe in America, it's going to be great, it's going to be great; and if we do that together, we will make America strong again, (here he is hedging his bets by using the word "if", will he blame someone else when he is unable to attract what he promised)? I hope he can up his vibrations. He has to trust himself, and not let others get to him; by doing that he is giving them his power. Then he said, We will make America rich again, we will make America safe again, and we will make America great again. This spin is pure poetry; it could even be made into a song.
Don't forget he grew up in the age of Dylan, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Springsteen.
This is an example of how we can use our words in daily life. For the most part, he doesn't say, try, or maybe. He doesn't make excuses; he doesn't drag things out, he just makes simple statements of few words, and frames his attractions in a positive and clear way, saying what he wants. We will make America great again is 6 words. He normally uses statements of 3 to 9 words, numerology?
What I am saying to you is that if you want to attract what you want, make it clear and to the point, don't dither, don't use too many words, and don't be negative. Keep it simple folks! The only thing that is odd is the song at the end of his speeches. The song on his Twitter page is a rendition of the Rolling Stones, "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
No, you can't always get what you want You can't always get what you want You can't always get what you want But if you try sometime you find You get what you need Is he trying to tell us we will get what we need? Is that good?
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