Why do I fear success?
All my life I felt something was wrong with what I was taught in school. Go to college, get a job, save money. Why? I don’t want to work for someone else. Why should I help someone else get wealthy when I can build my own wealth? Myself? I thought I could do it alone. I was wrong. A team was my answer. Two heads are better than one.
Risk is what keeps us young, isn’t it, Darling?
A life without risk, is a life without living. I realized that I needed to take a risk that would go against everything I was taught. That was frightening. How do I stay away from the paycheck to paycheck mentality? So, they asked me, “How can you not know what and when you are going to get paid again?” “How could you live knowing exactly what you are going to get paid for the rest of your life,” was my answer. Let someone else determine what I was getting paid, and put limits on my life? Not I, not ever again.
Self-education is a must.
You are educated to be an employee. I want to be an entrepreneur. So, I went to seminars. You know the ones I’m talking about. How to build residual income types of seminars. I took the few ideas I learned and started putting them together. I kept reading and studying and pieces of the puzzle started coming together. I could now see where I was going. It was far-fetched and my goals started to scare me. Many told me I was crazy and I would NEVER reach them. As I started to prove everybody wrong, my confidence grew. Find something you love and educate yourself how to get it. Let everyone laugh. You determine your future. Simple as that.
Action always wins.
You can think about it forever. Thinking will only impede your progress. Take action, NOW! Design your own life. Write down your ideal life. Focus on that! Do it now. Have faith in yourself. You don’t have tomorrow. Today could be your last day. What are you waiting for?
Failure is your friend.
I have failed many times and learn from each failure. The more I fail, the closer I get. I have lost it all, and chances are, it will happen again. Though, that won’t stop me. Nothing will. I know success is waiting after each failure. I only hope I can fail faster and become more efficient each time. Moore’s law has taught me that I get better and stronger every day. My success continues to grow exponentially each time I take action. I work on my goals daily. I stay away from anything and everyone that impedes my success. When will you start? If you died today, would you feel like you accomplished everything you wanted? I want to know what your goals are, and how you plan to accomplish them. Remember, EVERY DAY IS TRAINING DAY. Will today be your last chance?