Posted in Authenticity and Empowerment, Faith, Gratitude, Living Now, tagged 365 Days of Inspiration, be afraid and do it anyway, be unstoppable, being grateful, daily affirmations, do it anyway, empowerment, following our dreams, getting things done, go for it, having initiative, highly motivated, just do it, lacking initiative, making excuses, making things happen, making up our minds, not enough money, not enough time, reaching our goals, self-starter, the universe is always conspiring to help, transforming our thoughts on May 26, 2015|
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I follow my dreams, hopes, ideas, goals, inner urgings and aspirations.
No matter what is in my way, I am unstoppable.
I am a self-starter.
I have initiative.
I am motivated.
I make things happen.
I am known for getting things done.
I believe that all things are possible.
I am grateful for a Universe that is always conspiring to help me.
We’ve all had dreams we’ve never pursued. Goals that have never been fulfilled. Ideas that have never been manifested. Feelings that have never been shared. We can’t allow resistant or negative thoughts to stop us and we need to stop making excuses for our own lack of initiative. Money, time and contacts are not enough to stop us once we make up our minds to do something. It’s not always possible to transform the thoughts that seek to hold us back so we have to press on in spite of them. Sometimes it isn’t about not being afraid; it’s about being afraid and doing it anyway…..
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Posted in Authenticity and Empowerment, Optimism, tagged begin again, courage, did i fail?, do not believe in failure, falling on our faces, falling short, how to start again?, is failure a state of mind?, motivation, no such things as failure, reaching our goals, realizing our dreams, success has many faces, taking on negativity, the direction of our dreams on March 27, 2015|
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I do not believe in failure.
I believe that success has many faces.
I believe that there is success in every effort.
There is no such thing as failure, only varying degrees of success. Every step we take in the direction of our dreams and goals is one step closer to their realization, even if one of those steps is a fall, a wrong turn, or a step backward. If someone is free of a habit they’re trying to break for thirty days but on the thirty-first day they engage it again, they didn’t fail, they succeeded for thirty days. If we attempt something and don’t meet the desired or expected goal, we can choose to view it as a failure and take on all the negativity that bears, or we can see it as a success of a different kind. We can believe that we have succeeded at taking a chance or we can believe that we have succeeded at trying. We can even believe that we have succeeded at not reaching our goal. If we look to the set backs or misses as failures, we find ourselves discouraged and struggling for the motivation to begin again. If we look at the accomplishment, the success, we can continue on our way, beginning again with self-assurance, courage, and motivation.
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