You Become What You Think About Most Of The Time

                         You Become What You Think About Most Of The Time

                        

“You become what you think about most of the time. And the most important part of each day is what you think about at the beginning of that day.”

When you read the biographies and autobiographies of successful men and women you’ll find that almost every one of them began their upward trajectory to success when they began getting up early in the morning and spending time with themselves. You need to feed your mind with positive ideas.

Here are four things that will help you to do just that.

 Number one –review your plans for accomplishing your goals and change your plans if necessary.

Number two – think of better ways to accomplish your goals. As an exercise, assume that the way you’re going about it is totally wrong and imagine going about it totally
differently. What would you do different from what you’re doing right now?

Number three – reflect on the valuable lessons that you have learned and are learning as you move toward your goals.

Number four – calmly visualize your goal as a reality. Close your eyes, relax, smile, and see your goal as though it were already a reality.

Your life will start to take off at such a speed that you’ll have to put on your seatbelt. Remember, the starting point for achieving financial success is the development of
an attitude of unshakable confidence in yourself and in your ability to reach your goals.

No one starts out with this kind of an attitude, but you can develop it using the law of accumulation. Everything counts. No efforts are ever lost. Every extraordinary
accomplishment is the result of thousands of ordinary accomplishments that no one recognizes or appreciates.

The greatest challenge of all is for you to concentrate your thinking single-mindedly on your goal, and by the law of attraction you will. You must inevitably draw into your
life the people, circumstances and opportunities you need to achieve your goals.

Once you’ve mastered yourself and your thinking, you will become a living magnet for ideas and opportunities to become wealthy. It’s worked for me and for every successful
person I know. It will work for you if you’ll begin today, now, this very minute, to think and talk about your dreams and goals as though they were already a reality. When you
change your thinking, you will change your life.

You will put yourself firmly on the road to financial independence. Here are two things you can do every single day to keep your mind focused on your financial goals:

First, get up every morning a little bit earlier and plan your day in advance. Take some time to think about your goals and how you can best achieve them. This sets the tone for the whole day.

Second, reflect on the valuable lessons you are learning each day as you work toward your goals. Be prepared to correct your course and adjust your actions. Be absolutely convinced that you are moving rapidly toward your goals, no matter what happens temporarily on the outside. Just hang in there!

About the Author:

Helena Syptak is a six figure earner and one of the top leaders in the home based industry. She works with many entrepreneurs around the globe. Helena’ s business fortitude, sense of mission and communication skills with sense of humour are boosting the success of her team.

                                        

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You have permission to publish this article electronically or in print, free of charge, as long as the bylines are included. A courtesy copy of your publication would be appreciated – send to hsyptak@coaching- 2-success. com.

Author: Helena Syptak
Email: hsyptak@coaching- 2-success. com
Category: Self-improvement/ motivation

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One comment on “You Become What You Think About Most Of The Time

  1. Steve, Helena Syptak has given reprint rights to this article and the rights are posted above.

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