Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

Where do you think you will be career-wise after a decade, as compared to your fellow workers or friends? Do you think only top-ranking students become successful in life?

What do you feel might happen to that classmates or friends of yours who is the butt of jokes and ridicule?

If you believe only academic brilliance leads to success, you must re-validate your opinion; or read books such as, THINK AND GROW RICH BY NAPOLEN HILL, which is the summation of hundreds of success stories.

The strategy used by many successful people in all walk of life are using the principles of Think and become successful, it also can be used for your driving lessons to pass the driving test the first time. The key words are Burning DesireMotivationsAction. When people have burning desires like passing the driving test the first, have done so. When you have burning desires you will take action, this is the universal  law which leads to success.

How do you know when you have that burning desire, well you will beginning to visualize or dream about it most of the time.

Visualization is a very powerful tool to learn when learning to drive. I have found it can over ride fear among many of my students who have difficulty dealing with junctions and roundabouts.

Grade 6 Driving Instructor Noel Christopher for East London and Essex will show you how to use the power of believe to overcome your limits.

Famous quote “To Know and not to do is not to know”

About Noel Christopher

I am a qualified GRADE 6 Approved Driving Instructor. My Driving School is called operating in East London and Essex since year 2000. Teacher in ICT, Lecturer in Teacher Training - 7407 and NVQ Assessor(A1). Born in India Madras, brought up in Singapore spent my teen’s in London got married, four children and three pets, yes and a goldfish! This year 2011, I am helping people who have dIabetes, bring like mined liberal people together. To educate the people to understand how to manage and cure. For good cause
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