The multi-talent of a woman, Lena Horne, once said, “It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.” This quote by itself lends insight into the grit one requires to achieve success in whatever they want during their lifetime. SO many people quit before they even begin. first and foremost, the discipline to carry out one simple task, any task, is the ideal step towards the ideal goal. Example; one mile of walking will never get done unless you take that first step, then the next and so on. When one persists in their personal path to greatness, they initially feel better within each step taken.
Success is not necessarily about your bank account, your job or the car you drive. It is about how well you feel about your works.
Yes, it’s hard, yes it takes patience but it is not impossible!
The human consciousness is a funny thing because sometimes it goes against itself. A majority of people judge their past and say, “well, tomorrow will be the same so why change now?” The Incentive should start here. culminate a list of whys and hows. Break down what one requires then check each step off and watch your tomorrows loom over yesterday. If that is too much, try the first method of completing one simple task, every day. It can range from watering plants, meditating, or reading for a couple hours. The more and more you grow to accustom the ideology of repetitiveness, the more likely it sticks. Once it does, apply that to everything else and watch the future self-grin at past.
Sometimes you are the only person who can lend a hand to the self. Trust, it is definitely worth it. Today is the one thing we honestly have; yesterday was taken by time and tomorrow might never be, so go on, be great. To gain personal insight or if you are in need of personal assistance, send an email or direct message via Twitter by clicking the icons on the footer.