Are you off track?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions
for Life”
comes from Mike.

Neagle                                               Code Question

David, I have really loved you Art of Success Program. I'm experiencing amazing breakthroughs in my life because of it. My question for you relates to my indecisiveness. I'm great at seeing opportunities, but how do I know which opportunities to take? I don't want to be steered off course, and yet, I want to make sure I'm leaving no stone unturned.


Neagle                                               Code Answer

Hi Mike.

Congratulations on creating your amazing breakthroughs and thanks for asking this question!

Making quick decisions is a trait shared by all successful people.

That means it's important that you learn how to recognize which opportunities to take advantage of and which to say no to quickly and with confidence.

Fortunately, I have a solution for you.

It is a system that is simple to use and works for me and thousands of my clients.

It's a series of four questions to ask yourself about every opportunity.

1. Is this something I want to be, do or have?

2. Is being, doing or having this taking me closer to my goal?

3. Is being, doing or having this in alignment with Universal Law (more life to all)?

4. Does being, doing or having this violate the rights of others (does it take away someone else's right to choose)?

You are looking for three yeses and one no — in that order.

Using these questions consistently will keep you on course!

Just Believe,®
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  1. Hi David,
    I haven’t understood exact meaning of the following statement :
    “You are looking for three yeses and one no — in that order.”

    What do you mean by “IN THAT ORDER”?
    If I’ve answered “No” to ANY of those questions (just one) and “Yes” to all others – is it a “Go” sign according to you theory?
    Thank you!

    • Thanks for the question Irina. What I mean by that statement is you ask yourself the questions in the order they were presented above and answer the first three as ‘yes’ and the last question as ‘no’. Once you get that handled, you are ready to move forward with the opportunity. Hope that helps clear it up.