When and if you are required to act, do so impeccably. Develop a plan, arrive with all that you need, act powerfully and decisively, don’t mince words, tell people who you are and what you want. Never engage your troops (energy) without first scouting the terrain. Never go forward in a hurry. Walk slowly, speak deliberately. Never get emotional and never let people manipulate you.
There’s always another deal, always another time, and there’s five billion other people. Let everyone know this is your philosophy. Tell them you have all the time in the world – because you do, you’re infinite.
Remember the greatest wisdom you can develop is the wisdom of not doing. It’s the deals and situations you can avoid that help you conserve energy and remain independent and strong.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Whispering Winds of Change”
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