Making Excuses Can Keep Us From Success 

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Please take a few minutes and The Science of Self Confidence Review think about what true success means to you. Be honest with yourself and describe what a successful life "looks" like. What would it take for you to pronounce yourself successful? Next, look back over your life and think about times in your life when you felt you were a success. What goals have you had and accomplished? Matthew 16:26: For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? "kjv" This verse from the book of Matthew clearly shows us the first step for success is a right relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Without this step, nothing, I mean nothing, will have eternal consequence..."At one time in our lives, we all had a vision for the quality of life that we desire and deserve. Yet, for many of us, those dreams have become so shrouded in the frustration and routines of daily life that we no longer even make an effort to accomplish them. For far too many, the dream has dissipated - and with it, so has the will to shape our destinies." - Tony RobbinsWith passion we live, without it we simply exist. Passion is the great motivator; it is the catalyst that ignites the imagination, the force that breaks doors down and the ultimate spark that brings life where none existed before. With passion we are vibrant and alive, without it we are simply marking time.Passion is that state when the energy if fully concentrated on a specific and all-important objective. An objective that is deemed greater and more important than we are. With passion we are on a mission. With passion, failure is not an option. Passion is the one element absolutely essential to any worthwhile achievement.Passion is an emotion that we were born with. It may be one of the first emotions that we ever felt. Anyone who has ever seen a baby cry because he was hungry will attest to that. There is no reserve there. Every once of energy is monopolized to satisfy the need for food. That's passion in its most elementary form.As we grew and matured into adulthood, we were taught to subdue our passion. We learned to be "reasonable." We learned how to compromise. That may have been a necessary lesson but it may also be a lesson that was so forcefully injected that it buried the ability to feel passionate. If so, passion has to be rekindled and nurtured so that it can be reborn.

  Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 4:50:49 AM

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