Dreaming Of Success Is Never Enough

Motivational Speaker

Stop allowing everything you are capable of accomplishing slip away one unused day at a time. Pause for a moment and remember that the clock of life is ticking away and every moment wasted is gone forever. Embrace your next moment, your next day and every day that follows, strive to make each moment count for something meaningful and you will have discovered the path to living fulfilling and sustainable success.

Stop waiting for opportunities to come your way, have the courage to set your creativity free, keep working toward realizing all your ideals and ambitions. When you actively seek and exploit opportunities, you will begin to create a new future reality and set the stage to increase your self confidence, courage, self worth and passion, all the characteristics needed for extraordinary success.

Learn the art of of saying NO! to opportunities that are good, so that you have time available to invest into the extraordinary and you will have found the key to long term sustainable success.

If you are not enjoying your current circumstances, then it is time to begin taking action to discover a set of circumstances that are aligned with your expectations. When you make this small shift and accept that you are responsible for everything in your life, you empower yourself to begin making the meaningful changes necessary to initiate your sustainable success.

Dreaming of success is never enough, if you want to experience the success you deserve, you must begin to take action persistently and consistently every day. The only sustainable way to improve your life is to ensure that you take the right positive actions every day and that you then keep repeating this until you succeed. It really is that simple, it is only the discipline to keep doing this that is hard.


One comment

  • John-Peter Gernaat /

    Defining ‘success’ is very important and very individual. We are so conditioned by societal norms that success is so often defined as the big house, the fancy car and the expensive holidays. Consider Van Gogh: for him success was to paint, but his peers did not consider his paintings a success and he lived and died is poverty. Did he feel successful (success-filled)? And how has society changed its views on his success?!

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