“What does the greatest physicist of all time say?
First off, who was the greatest physicist of all time? I say Isaac Newton. My opinion. Up there with Einstein. Why? Well, he discovered gravity, invented calculus, and built the telescope. Not bad! And did he believe in the Do Circle? Absolutely.
He explained it best in his First Law of Physics. ‘An object in motion will remain in motion unless acted on by a larger force.’
Put it another way: Start doing something? You’ll continue.
Why? Because motivation doesn’t cause action. Action causes motivation.”
This is from a chapter on “Secret #7: How to Turn Your Biggest Fear into Your Biggest Success” in which Neil introduces us to his “Do Circle.”
Do Circle? Yep. Do Circle.
Too often we think…
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