Success and Opportunity

Begin each day by realising that you are for your Self. Be powerful in the presence of who you really are and what you want to be. Align your Self with your birthright, which is success. Fear comes from feeling inadequate and it’s quite natural for all of us to feel this way. It doesn’t mean that you are inadequate and it doesn’t mean you can’t control those feelings, but you can liberate your Self by knowing how you work.

Powerless you are not. Inadequate you never were.

Success has more to do with how you see the world, how you see your own circumstances and how you change your perception of what you see.

You can attract success just as easily as you can attract failure.

Don’t lose sight of being practical and using common sense without agendas, without the complications from past experiences.

Wanting to change something in life or business is the beginning of opening the door of possibility. The opportunity for change is conceived in the wanting to change and born from the willingness to change. Remember that it is only as you look, you learn.

Overcoming apparent difficulties is all part of the learning. Assessing the difficulties and seeing them from a different perspective presents you with the opportunity to change.

Because something was difficult to overcome in the past doesn’t mean it has to be like that in the future.

All you’re doing is breaking a cycle and re-engaging from a place of inclusion as opposed to focusing all your attention on the separateness of the situation.

Eventually it becomes a natural process. Then your reason and your ability to make decisions and then your justification starts to change, gradually at first, more easily as you proceed.

Eventually every day is a day of opportunity and every day is an experience of success, bearing in mind the need to be gentle with your Self and patient with the process.

Geoffrey J Canavan, Success Expert, business owner and author of ‘Solved! The Truth about Real Success’ http://www.geoffreycanavan.com

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