Is Everything You Need To Succeed Already Within You?
Yes! Indeed it is all there waiting for you to uncover it, explore it and put it to great use. For you, for others.
There is a great chance you've heard this before...
(And it is true!)
"Everything you need to succeed is already within you."
Indeed it is! Maybe you're wondering why you can't access it, why it seems out of reach, why it eludes you.
I intuitively knew everything I ever needed to succeed as a father, husband, friend, and business owner was in me yet each time I thought I had it, it slipped away from me. It left me mystified.
And at times infuriated me.
Then the day came when I fully conceded that I was without Power, a first step. That's when the magic began for me! My life pivoted as I made a decision to try something different, the second step in a transformation process. I began a journey of transformation through a process that began to shift away all that had been blocking me from any true potential, a process that began to strip away, uncover, all of those items that had my true potential buried deep within.
The third step was a thorough examination of self that was absolutely necessary to break free and break out of the norm.
Discussing these grosser handicaps with another was a must, as a lone self-appraisal would be just that and easily brushed aside.
The fourth step brought the barriers out into the light. Following this it became easier and easier to approach not only my businesses in a different manner but my personal life as well.
The other side of the mountain I climbed to become free.
The fifth step afforded me the opportunity to really begin anew. An opportunity to re-create my life, thoughts, and my business life from top to bottom and side to side. This naturally, organically, led to living by these principles on a daily basis, the sixth step, leading to my ability to inspire others to do the same.
How long did it take? It took me just about 30 days to do the work and the practicing, the mastering, came about naturally after I experienced the freeing power of the action I took.
Did it hurt? Like a son-of-a-bitch. But only for a short time. It's similar to exercising a muscle. If a muscle is weak you take it to the gym. You work it out and for a short time as it repairs itself, becoming a stronger muscle, there is pain. Yet it's a good pain, an "accomplishment pain." Aren't all things that require effort always accompanied by some pain?