Hello Mark Hamilton,
I wanted to share this testimonial
This is something that I have shared with many others and want to share it now with everyone. I have been a plumber for over thirty years. I used to ask all the apprentices that were working with me one question. That question is How do you carve an elephant? The answer I would give them is first and most important is you have to know in your mind what the elephant looks likes, then you have to take all the steps it takes, tools you need and material you need to carve the elephant.
This has a lot to do with NT but instead of an elephant it is a grand, majestic puzzle picture. Neothink has provided the concept of the completed picture and has provided the tools and we are the material. We need more material. Ha!!
Now we have many people working on this elephant. Do we all know what the completed elephant looks like? The elephant in my mind is large with huge tusk, big ears, small tail, Has one front leg lifted and his trunk is trumpeting his presence. Your elephant may be marching along and may have small ears and a long tail. If we are working on the same elephant we need to have the same image in our mind so we draw it to clarify it with team mates helping to carve the elephant. Enter the blueprint or in the case of NT the books and literature are the blueprints.
Neothink has started the biggest project on earth and in history. This completed project will only lead to new projects as we all learn how to picture the elephant complete and do everything we can to make it the best elephant known in existence.
Lets look at the blueprints for a minute. The structure is based on honesty, creating, sharing values, self development, romance, integrated thinking, helping others, self leaders and self thinkers. Looks good so far.
What do we do with the left over material? Just kidding, I know we will have a good place for that. I am a plumber you know.
Anyone that does not know what the completed elephant will look like is not allowed to help directly with the delicate carving needed to complete the elephant. I am just having fun with this now.
I would like to thank NT for sharing the vision of the completed puzzle picture with me and I am proud to be a part of this, a puzzle piece in the completed puzzle. Once you have been able to see what we can all be, then I think it is not very smart not to want it. As a matter of fact anyone that has not seen the completed puzzle picture is invited to find out and then and only then can they make any judgments about NT. If you like what you see the tools are provided so strap on a tool belt and lets make it so.
Thank you, Tim P.