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How To Create Miracles

We all have a purpose for being here, and we all have something great that we’d love to achieve. Sadly, most people die with their music still in them, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

“Searching And Learning Is Where The Miracle Process All Begins”*

By listening to the longings that call to us from within, we get an indication of what are purpose is. Then by making it our definite major purpose, we can focus our thoughts and energies on making it a reality.

Although many people know what their innate talents are, and what they would love to do, they still lack the skills to pursue their dreams.

Yes, it takes courage to overcome our fears. As well as belief in oneself, determination, perseverance, and self-discipline.

But, I’ve come to realize that the power of all those qualities of mind, and many more, can be harnessed by learning the skills that self-help books and audios offer.

“Fear Is The Mind-Killer”*

For example, the best way to overcome your fear is to take action despite your fear. Then your fear is weakened, and your courage is strengthened. Then you break on through to the other side of fear where success has been waiting all along.

The way to get stuck in a life of mediocrity is to be paralyzed by your fears because fear breeds inaction, and inaction is the weakest link that stands between you and your dreams.

By fighting to fulfill the ambitions that call to the highest that is within you, you grow stronger with every beat of your heart’s desire.

Yet, when you give into fear and doubt, you end up not even trying to pursue your supreme purpose, and so you automatically lose by default. Then your life is a failure.

“No Guts, No Glory”*

The leap between setting a goal – defining your purpose, and making it a reality is as simple as taking action. Action creates miracles.

Successful people define their major purpose, create a plan to achieve it, then they move step-by-step towards it. And that is what truly separates the great from the mediocre.

Mediocre people live their lives vicariously through others, by watching their favorite actors and sports heroes on TV. And nothing great has ever been achieved by being a couch potato.

3-2-1-Blast Off!

Successful people launch. We’ve all had an idea for a business, book, or invention flash through our minds, but most people give into fear, or wait until everything’s perfect before they launch. But, nothing’s ever perfect.

There are no guarantees in life, but by taking action, you feel great about yourself. Plus, you get feedback from your efforts, so you can learn and improve. Then you can adjust your next actions accordingly.

It took Edison and his team ten thousand tries before they finally found the filament that made the light bulb work properly. Imagine if he just gave up after a few hundred or even a few thousand attempts? We might all still be sitting around the fire bored to tears.

By taking action you open up the doors of opportunity, and put the odds of success in your favor. The more things you try, the more likely you are to find the one thing that will make a difference.

“Action Is The Foundational Key To All Success”*

The future belongs to action oriented risk takers because a body in motion tends to stay in motion, and there’s true power in not stopping and starting again.

However, a body remains at rest unless it is acted upon by an outside force, or in this case – the internal forces of desire and motivation.

Don’t let the size of your goal overwhelm you by breaking it down into steps. Then climb those steps one at a time to the peak of success.

You can read an Iron Will {<Free Copy} by Orison Swett Marden for a quick blast of inspiration. And for self-help in finding your life’s purpose you can listen to NLP: The New Technology Of Achievement {<Free Audiobook}

“When The Night Is Darkest, The Stars Come Out”

On the road to success there will always be roadblocks, but when you keep on keeping on, you become as unstoppable as a freight train.

There’s a price to pay for all success because lasting, true success isn’t free. But because of the type of person that you become along the way, it’s well worth the price. That’s how it works.

There’s also a price to pay for failure. Failure leaves you unhappy, miserable, and always wondering what could have been. Don’t let your final words be… “I shoulda, I coulda…”

“Deliberation Is The Work Of Many Men. Action, Of One Alone”*

Regards, – Herb.

Quotes – *Jim Rohn, *2 Corinthians 3-17, *Frank Herbert, *Pablo Picasso, *Ralph Waldo Emerson, *Charles de Gaulle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Lords Of Self-Discipline

The truly great human beings that we all admire in the arts, sports, entertainment, and other fields, all have one thing in common to their success.

We’ve all had brilliant ideas, moments of inspiration, and inventions flash into our mind. We’ve all had dreams of how we would love our life to be.

Action Completes The Miracle Process

Action is what makes the difference between the greats and the average or mediocre. Action is what separates the top 5% from the masses who live lives of quiet desperation. And taking action is nothing more than self-discipline.

The best thing about becoming successful is not the money, but rather the type of person that you become along the way. When you welcome the disciplines that are at the root of all success, it’s like watering and nurturing the seed of your ideas and dreams. Otherwise they just wither away and die.

When you set a big goal for your life, you need to take consistent action towards it even if the completion of the goal may be far off in the distance.

Chip away at the stone, and day by day you’ll strengthen your faith, character, and you’ll keep your dream alive. And one day the masterpiece that you envisioned in your minds eye will be a reality.

Thinking about the long term consequences of your daily actions helps you to stay determined and gives you An Iron Will  {<Free Copy} by Orison Swett Marden.

Make Action A Habit

I know that it’s safer and easier to lie on the couch watching TV, but it’s also a waste of potential, knowledge, and life. And nothing great has ever been accomplished by being a couch potato.

Every act of self-discipline affects your consciousness, confidence, and increases the pleasure that you get from taking action. Plus, have you ever noticed that when you put things off, you get that nagging, lousy feeling?

When you move closer toward your goals, you feel happy and inspired, which releases endorphins. Focus on the rush of accomplishment that you get, and the nagging pain you’ll feel by being a slacker.

The Law Of Concentration

What you dwell upon grows due to the law of attraction. Accept responsibility for the circumstances in your life, and you’ll be able to change them, or how you feel about them.

Study the steps to change and improvement by reading and listening to self-help books & audios.

Lack of self-discipline created your bad habits, and it’s with self-discipline that you can break them. Nothing slows down your progress, and kills your dreams faster than a bad habit.

I used The Dickens Pattern {<Free Audio}, and Awaken The Giant Within {<Free Copy} by Tony Robbins to quit my bad habits and placebo them with new habits – like reading self-help books.

Continuous learning attracts, then opens up doors of opportunity. Then because you’re ready, you’re able to seize hold of opportunities before they slip away.

Join The 3%

Only 3% of the population ever put their goals in writing. And this same 3% have more wealth than all of the other 97% put together. Need I say more? Then listen to Walk Away From The 97% by Jim Rohn.

Study your craft. But what really separates the greats from the average is practice, practice, practice…then more practice. And while you practice use the laws of visualization and assumption to see and feel as though you were already living your dreams.

“Fear Is The Mind Killer”*

By disciplining yourself to take action despite your fears, you’ll break on through to the other side of fear where success waits.

You only have one life here on earth, so do your best to make what you will of it. “Don’t wish that things were easier, wish that you were better.”*

Regards, – Herb.

Quotes – *Frank Herbert,  *Jim Rohn

 

 

 

 

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