You are more successful than you think...
DID YOU KNOW THAT?
Right now you just don't realize it.
Most people don't realize just how successful they are, because they choose to focus on their failures.
But if you focus on success, you'll attract more success.
Because when stretch yourself to focus on your success you create a success energy that you give off that says: "I'm successful!" and successful people, situations, and circumstances are drawn to that energy. So they'll be drawn to you and will in turn help you be more successful.
You'll end up attracting more success.
Focus on the failures and you'll attract more failures and more of what you don't want.
Professional baseball players are a great example of how focusing on success leads to greater success.
They've got their mind and subconscious mind fixated on success... so they send out success energy... people pick up on their success energy and forget about all the failures. Instead, they only see the success... and so they get paid millions and millions, even though their bosses and everyone else knows they will fail more often than they succeed.
Their formula is simple... so simple that you can follow it and have the same success.
Every time a baseball player goes to the plate (to hit the ball) he will miss more often than he will succeed. But they don't focus on the failures, their bosses don't focus on their failures, and the fans (who love them so much) don't focus on their failures.
They focus on their success.
You see baseball players are measured by the number of times they hit a ball. Their batting average (the number of times they hit the ball in relation to the number times they go to bat) often determines their salary (though there could be other factors).
Now I know for many of you that don’t mean a thing. So let me make it simple.
A really good baseball player will hit the ball only 30% of the time and make tens of millions of dollars a year. The fact that he will actually miss 70% of the time is completely ignored.
An average baseball player will hit 25% of the time, miss 75% of the time and still make millions a year. Again, no one focuses on the number of times he misses.
Professional Athletes are not focused on failure. They're focused on success.
Are you focused on the failures or are you focused on your success?
Do you think about how you didn't succeed and what went wrong?
Are you learning from your mistakes and failures or are you giving up just because
things didn't work out exactly the way you planned, probably for the first time?
What you regularly think about is what you will attract.
Think about the failures in life and you'll keep failing.
Think about the success and you'll attract more success.
In my own life I've failed more often than I have succeeded - I know that.
But if you ask me how many times - I can't tell you an exact number.
If you ask me what was a recent failure - I'd have to think long and hard about it.
That's only because failure is not an option in my mind. And I look at failure as learning. I don't regularly think about the failures.
I choose to focus on the success and learn from the failures and mistakes and move on.
If baseball players and professional athletes focused on their failures they would never succeed.
They've conditioned their mind and subconscious mind to focus on success and attract more success.
Now you can do the same.
You can be successful.
You can put aside the failures.
You can attract what you want in life.
Here's what you need to do to stop the endless failures and move on to success.
When things don't go right - look for what worked well and magnify that by 10.
Make that success (no matter how small) the most important aspect.
Learn from what went wrong - and say - I'll do better next time - and then get out there and do better the next time.
Keep doing better and better - practice makes perfect.
If you fail, it only means you're going to be better the next time and you're
closer to success.
Look back on your life and pick out all the successes that you've had.
Then write all of it down on a piece of paper.
The success can be big or small.
The fact that you're alive is a success.
Small or big - write down the success.
Carry that piece of paper with you.
The next time you get down on yourself or get into a negative mindset - pull out that piece of paper and remember the success you had.
Then think about all the great things that are going on in your life.
At first you may find that you can't think of anything.
This only happens because your mind is not used to looking at the good things - it's used to looking and seeing all that is going wrong - that's why you keep getting more of what you don't want.
Push the mind to focus on the positive.
Give the subconscious mind new focus.
Focus on your success.
You're more successful than you realize - you're just not seeing your success.
Once you do - others will join you.
You can succeed at anything you want - you just have to believe in yourself.
Michael Jordan, aka “The GOAT”, my favorite basketball player and hands down the greatest basketball player of all time, was cut from his high school basketball team - but he didn't give up.
Pele - the world's best soccer player - was 2nd string and passed over for years before he began to dominate the game.
The best baseball players will miss nearly 70% of the time - but they make millions.
They all focus on their success. Now you need to do the same.
So start today. Start thinking of all the success you've had in your life.
Push your mind to come up with successful situations.
If you graduated high school - that's a success.
Your first relationship - that's a success (even if didn't work out - at least you got started).
If you have a family - that's a success.
Your first job - that's a success.
Anything and everything can be seen as successful.
Focus on the success and learn from the mistakes. REMEMBER You ONLY do two things in life, succeed or learn.
You are more successful than you realize
You are more powerful than you realize.
You are capable of achieving every goal.
You are a unique and awesome human being
Everything you want is within your reach - you can and will succeed.
Remember -- you only get one life and one chance.
Make the most of it. Stop defeating yourself, stop limiting
yourself. Stretch yourself and create all the success you want and deserve in life.
I look forward to connecting with you soon.
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