Dr Ben Carson inspires and sets us straight
Where we come from, is not important to our success as what we do with what is between our two ears.
Parents belief in their children is an important and giant step for success in ones life. No all parents have the ability to be a beneficial influence in the lives of their children. This does not mean you can not succeed on your own right. Nor should it be used as an excuse to not accomplish success for yourself.
Tips to your success;
Read bookson successful people, study people who do and have the kind of life you want to have. Through these books choose some of the people you admire the most and have them be your first mentors. Then find someone in your community you look up to and ask if they would be a mentor.
“You are the Author of Your Own Life Story”write this phrase on sticky notes and post them in places you will see it throughout the day. Paint a picture, make a poster anyway you can get this into your environment and your brain. “You are the Author of Your Own Life Story”. Say it, read it, write it until you believe it!
What you do with your time is what matters
we all have the same 24 hours in a day, the same 1,440 minutes and the same 86,400 seconds in our day as everyone else. Successful people do not have more time, they use their time doing the very things that others will not do. They “pay their dues” by taking the time they have and learning the things it takes to become and be successful. What you do with your time, how you spend your days determines your success in life.
When life throws in speed-bumps
Life has ways of “interfering” with our plans from time to time, speed bumps I call them. Life situations we have not anticipated come along like a divorce, health problems – ours or a family members, job loss they are too many to mention but a few. These are set backs that happen and they sometimes divert our time, energy and resources in directions that stray us from our direct course, but these are only temporary course deviations. They need not change or defeat our life story.
I am in the middle of one of these course speed-bumps as I write this. The life of my spouse. I willingly divert all my attention to the needs of my husband and my focus is temporarily off my goals and concentrated on returning him to a state of health. Seldom does our lives follow a straight line from where we are to our goals, there are course corrections and as long as we keep our goals in sight we will hit our target(s).
I’m curious, what things have helped you on your road to success? Have you worked through a “speed-bump” and continued on to make your goal? What helped you the most? Please share with us. Thanks.
Create the Life you Want to Live,
Juanita ~ Evolving Naturally