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The next ingredient is to develop 7 Day Prayer Miracle Review a mastermind group. Get connected with a carefully chosen group of like minded people. The energy of many like minds are so much more powerful and beneficial than one mind. A person seeking success must be willing to do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do if the end result is to be great.The recipe won't be complete without the use of a proven system. If your recipe is missing this ingredient, all of the planning, mixing, and developing will not matter because the end result is sure to be a total flop. So, what is meant by a proven system? It is having a system in place that no matter who uses it the results should be the same. Positive results, duplicable and success should be the outcome.I'll admit, I watched more TV in the last couple of weeks than normal. With

the closing of the Olympic Games last night in Beijing, China, the number of hours in front of the TV will drastically decline. It was amazing to watch the world's best athletes competing for Gold and seeing the triumphant taking the stand to listen to their national anthems from the winner's platform. The dedication and determination of those peak performers is motivational to me as I'm sure it is to many others who cheered our modern day Olympians on to victory.

However, I was not only motivated by those who won Gold. In fact, each and every athlete who competed in Beijing was motivational. Just to make it to the Olympics took tremendous determination and dedication to their sport. Yes I watched in eager anticipation each time Michael Phelps dove into the pool and streaked toward his record gold medal accomplishment. I also held my breath as Shawn Johnson and Nastia Liukini performed their balance beam routines taking home the Gold and Silver medals. I was glad they both took home Golds and Silvers. And who couldn't marvel at Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh's impressive accomplishment. But I also applauded those that took silver and bronze medals and those that didn't place but still gave their all at the 2008 Games in Beijing.

Can you imagine going to bed with the thought, "We swam faster today than anyone in the world had ever swum, but still only came in fifth..." That's what the Sweden team members were thinking after the Men's 4 X 100 meter freestyle relay.In fact, sometimes it is those that don't win the medals, that don't stand in the victory circle that can be most motivating. Why? Because they gave their all, and even without having a medal or the title Olympic Champion, they know inside what they did. They know what it took to get there. They can still hold their heads high knowing the sacrifices they made and the discipline it took. They are still Olympians. They are still champions in life.