Your thoughts come and go like waves in an ocean. Sometimes they’re ceaseless, sometimes stagnant, but it doesn’t change the fact that your Mind is powerful.
You know it. Scientists & Researchers know it. I know it. Jesus & Buddha knew it. But we still barely know anything about it. Scientists are finally discovering the quantum physics impact thoughts are having.
They’re finding that your thoughts DO impact your experience — They send out energy vibrations, as well as receive energy vibrations from the thoughts of others.
We often think our thoughts are uncontrollable, but this is only because we haven’t disciplined our thoughts – we’ve been taught to believe they are uncontrollable, but it’s possible to train your mind. Thoughts will still come and go, but when you practice redirecting and choosing your thoughts, your life will massively improve.
Your life shifts in the way of your mind.
What are you doing today to strengthen your mind?
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Why is it important for you to define success?
- It will determine everything you do
- Everything you do determines the quality of your future
- Your future always comes in the form of ‘today’
Defining success gives you an anchor to what is true to you. It helps you stay focused and puts you on a path toward your success.
“Where focus goes, energy flows.”
The term “success” has often been related to having a lot of money, but a more accurate definition of success comes from Oxford Dictionary: “the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.”
If success is the accomplishment of an aim or purpose then success must mean something different to each person.
Maybe success to one person is taking care of their needs while success to someone else is earning $1,000,000 dollars.
The person who defines success as taking care of their needs prioritizes that first in their life, whereas the person who wants to make $1,000,000 dollars may prioritize making money first. Someone who sees success as balancing work with passion will prioritize work with their passion, but in all scenarios each person is guided by what success means to them.
So instead of debating the question “what is real success?” Ask yourself “what does success mean to me?”
When you know what success is for you you automatically put yourself on a path toward that success, but there are distractions all around us. If you don’t have an anchor of what success means to you, to focus on, you’ll get pushed and pulled and never achieve success. Some people spend their entire lives wandering around this Earth questioning why they were never able to achieve success.
Don’t let that be you.
Write down what success means to you on a notecard.
Put it somewhere that you’ll be able to see it everyday.
Let your definition of success guide you to it.