True success is the awareness of what you did this week. True success is the adaptation and understanding of what it means in your life – even if it was just weeding the garden.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Understanding that your success does not shut down over the weekend is a very practical way to understand true success. Success isn't doing a really good job, then taking the weekend off, only to hit it hard again on Monday morning.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Has success eluded you most of your life? Does it get frightening close, only to disappear again? Success may not have eluded you at all. It may have manifest, but only in the generalities you thought of. You simply were not specific enough.
Kahunas know this of success: [Success] expresses intensely only when it's energies are focused to a fine point of concentration.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
How big of a Peace of success do you want in your life? I misspelled piece her for a reason. I want you to consider your personal peace and tranquility for a few moments.
Let's say you've accomplished a lot! You're a mover and a shaker. But you're still not very happy. Are you successful?
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
What dish do you bring to the success table? What talent, what opportunity, what highlight and purpose do you bring, so that others may share? Caught ya', didn't I?
You probably thought that whatever the talent was that allowed success in your life, was only for you to use and benefit from. When indeed, it is so that you may use that in the service of others.
Monday, August 18, 2014
Achieving success can be easy, when you convince yourself in advance that it will be. You have that ability. And it's easier than you think.
Does the idea of convincing yourself that something is going to be great, scare you? Maybe just a little. Our natural tendency is to reject such thoughts. To comment, “Yeah, right!”
Sunday, August 17, 2014
Have you ever considered “If I could only change jobs,” or “If I only had a different spouse,” or whatever change, you would be happy, and successful? Success does indeed come about through change. But not where you might think.
The late Jim Rohn spelled it out precisely: “Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”
Friday, August 15, 2014
The value of your success is entirely your choice. True success is a supremely personal endeavor, realized only by the specific individual achieving it. What others see is the outward trappings, or display of that success. But no one can feel your success, but you.
Therefore, the only value they can place on your success, is superficial. It is only their outward opinion of what they value, and don't value in their lives. Let me give you an easy example.