Success!

Success means something different for everybody. For one, success might be growing their business to another it might be growing their family or relationships. Whatever your goals are it is going to take some zeal and passion to reach them.

In the bible it talks about writing down your vision and putting it before you daily. This is wise because statistics show that most businesses and endeavours fail within the first year. But why? Mostly it’s because people have lost their drive to innovate, create and push past feelings of hopelessness. That’s why statistics also show that people that choose to put before them the end goal of success daily, actually achieve the success in which they believe they can have.

Hope, excitement and zeal come from us as individuals making the decision to do whatever it is going to take to see our success arrive. It will mean we need to block out the voices of negativity and refuse to give into circumstances.

There really is no blockage to you getting to your final goal, but you. Well you might say “I can’t move forward because I’m lacking resources such as money, knowledge, staff etc etc”. That’s the great lie. Here’s your answer, become resourceful. Become the person that gets zealous and digs deeper to find ways around those obstacles.

There is a common answer that comes from all self-made billionaires. Those are the people that weren’t born billionaires but have great “from rags to riches” kind of stories. That answer is “make it happen”. These people didn’t have the funds, staff or resources at hand. They had to dig deep and find a way to make it happen.

So what are you going to do? How are you going to stay on top of the game? How are you going to be the best at what you do to be sure you will succeed?

You can do it if you decide to get zealous daily and refuse to quite. See it through to the end.

I hope you have been inspired to put your vision before you and not quite!

Be Blessed

Carol Eddington

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Published by Carol Eddington