Can you accept success and confidence as a part of your reality?
Sadly for many of us confidence is not our greatest asset. We spend far too much time worrying about what others’ think or will say. Or we doubt our own ability to accomplish our heart’s desires. And once that happens, we’re sunk.
Self-doubt will always betray our potential and our capabilities, however great they may be.
Our lack of confidence is one of the biggest killers of our dreams. And it’s not acceptable.
It’s easy to make excuses. It’s easy to complain. It’s easy to just accept our belief that we’re not good enough.
But it’s also easy to say, “I can.” It’s also easy to do something different, however small. It’s also easy to stop allowing our own self-defeating thoughts to run our race.
You are here on this planet, gifted with unique talents and abilities. You have your own special race to run. Your own path to follow. Don’t let your self-doubt get in the way of your God-given ability to build a confident, successful you.
Trust yourself. Trust your heart, your spirit, and your intuition. It’s the equivalent of trusting the divine within.
Determine to not allow who you have been in the past to have any impact on your greatness in the future.
Let the magic flow
It’s time to allow the magic of life to flow and to remember you were created an awesome success. You are God’s highest form of creation and it’s time to let go of the ideas that you are powerless. That you cannot improve your life. That you aren’t capable of being a more confident, successful you.
Stop being a victim of powerless thoughts and beliefs and determine to say: “Why not me.” Why not now.” And then begin.
Here’s a powerful video from the great Jim Rohn to help light your way with 10 powers to help build a confident successful you.
Encourage one another.
2 thoughts on “10 Great Powers to Build a Confident, Successful You”
Knowing our purpose is such an important part in our life. It’s like our beacon, guiding our behaviour and decisions. And when we are lost, which we sometimes will; purpose brings us back on path.
Hi Joe…welcome and thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts. You have a lovely turn of phrase, our purpose is like a beacon. I love that! 🙂