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The Domino Effect

We can make it and when we make it,
then we can help others make it.
"A situation in which one event causes a series of similar events to happen one after another."1

That's the Domino Effect.

Or it could also be said that "you attract who you are, not what you want. If you want great, then be great."2

That's a pretty cut and dry quote, isn't it? It really requires no explanation, does it?

I will give you my two cents anyway.

What that means to me is, if we want success (whatever that means to us), we have to be about it, not talk about it. We have to walk the walk, not talk ourselves and others into oblivion by not making any moves forward.  

Isn't it time to get off the merry-go-round and start walking or crawling if we must? Once we start moving we will begin covering new territory simply because we are exploring. And exploration sets forth new discoveries. Then new discoveries bring about new relationships. Then those relationships become partnerships. Then a new level of greatness happens. 

The Domino Effect. 

People helping people. Greatness creating greatness. Positive rubbing off on positive. Change affecting change. Iron sharpening iron.3

All the reasons why we must watch who we spend our time with. 

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3. Proverbs 27:17


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