Believe You Can be Successful and You Will
“Fear and Doubt” the biggest hurdle in the path of success, usually short circuit a person’s mind. Fear of failure and disbelief in self- capability leads a person to give up in between. Most people fail not because of lack of ability or intelligence but because of lack of desire, direction, and discipline.
“If you think you can or if you think you can’t, you are right.”
Success is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for; it is a thing to be achieved. The outcome depends upon the fighting spirit of each person. Strive hard for success as intensely as you wanted air underwater. Don’t be scared of failure. Failure is a highway to success. Bounce back every time you fail. Learn from your failure and keep going. “Failure is simply an opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.”
But people don’t see the failures. They only see the end result and they think the person got lucky. The grass always looks greener on the other side. Someone once approached Blaise Pascal, the famous French Philosopher and said “If I had your brains, I would be a better person”. Pascal replied, “Be a better person and you will have my brains”. Believe in yourself. It is a law of nature that the struggle to come out of the cocoon actually helps develop and strengthen the butterfly wings. God helps them, who help themselves.
People usually procrastinate their targets. The habit of procrastination fatigues you more than the effort it takes to do the task. A completed task is fulfilling and energizing, and incomplete task drains energy. Stop giving false excuses to yourself and do it now. Maintain a positive attitude towards your goal. Working to build a positive attitude will be worth rather enduring temporary stress and regrets. To become successful, practice having positive thoughts and behavior daily until they become a habit. Spend so much time in improving yourself that you don’t get time to criticize others. Stay away from negative thoughts. Be strong enough that nothing can distract your mind to achieve your goals. Be a winner. Recognize your limitations, but focus on your strengths.
“Don’t do great things, do small things in a great way.” Here is a short story of a woman who had overcome serious disability and became an inspiration to the world.
At the age of 5, a polio victim started swimming to regain strength. Her desire to succeed in spite of all the odds, make her a world record holder at three events and won the Gold at 1956 Olympics at Melbourne. Her name is Shelly Mann.
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