After a few years of studying what makes successful people so successful and unsuccessful people so unsuccessful, I have found that there really are only a few differences between a millionaire and the guy who’s making $75,000 a year. The man who thinks he can will succeed in doing so. The man who thinks he can’t will also succeed in doing so.
Your reality is dictated by your belief systems. People who are “successful” truly believe in themselves. They back up their ideas and words with action. We all know what the cure-all is to fear is, and if you don’t I am about to tell you. It’s massive action. Massive action is the cure-all to fear. Whatever your mind is focused upon, you are going to start receiving results based upon your thinking. For example, if you truly believe you can run a mile without stopping with all your focus on your goal, odds are that you’re going to achieve your goal or at least come very close to it. If you started out by thinking about how you haven’t run a mile since high school and start making up a list of excuses, then odds are you probably won’t even try it. Our mindset is directly connected to our belief system. Whatever it is that you focus upon, you can have. Start condition your mind to believe in yourself with unwavering confidence and you will instantly feel better about yourself and your abilities.
It may sound trite or positive thinking but when you truly believe you can do something the entire Universe will conspire with you to help you succeed. When you chose to believe you can’t do something the Universe will conspire with you in making that a reality. Ultimately it is up to you to figure out what it is that you want and to start believing that you can have whatever it is that you want. Don’t limit yourself to mediocrity. No one has ever changed the world living in mediocrity. Have the courage to be extraordinary. Have the mentality that whatever obstacles life presents you with, you will always find a way to conquer them and keep going.
“Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals.” – Jim Rhon