Where Do You Want to Go?

Steve Maraboli observed that, “The best way to succeed is to have a specific Intent, a clear Vision, a plan of Action, and the
ability to maintain Clarity. Those are the Four Pillars of Success. It never fails!”
 

To achieve anything you need clarity, focus and implementation your goals. It is important you pay attention and maintain clarity during challenges, obstacles and opportunities.

First start be clear who you are. Understanding yourself is the beginning of your journey. I will let you think about this: if you were to write your ideal obituary on the fact that your life was a success what would you write? Starting now build on this so that your life has the meaning you want it to have.

Secondly where do you want to go and do have what it takes to get there? No. 1 fear to achieving our goals in life is lack of knowledge of what we want. Could you state clearly what you want? Do you know where you want to go and what you need to get there?

Sometimes we are not aware that we could be where we are because it’s a stepping stone to where we ought to be going. Pay attention to everything you come across, challenges, obstacles, people and what is it that they have bringing to your life? Lupita
was in the USA to learn and pick what she needed to be the Best Supporting Actress in the Academy Award.

Finally, what do you believe about yourself? If you don’t belief in yourself, you wouldn’t try. If you believe you can do it, you will do what you need to do to get the results you want for your life. Remember you can get knowledge from learning from other successful people who have done it successfully. We are in the information age, information is available to all of us if you still doubt it check out on the Kenya’s Julius Yego, who refined his javelin technique watching YouTube videos. I believe that he set the record straight for naysayers.

Starting now state the intent who you want to be, where you want to go and how you will get there and choose a new life. Remember the hardest battle in life is to find yourself.  

Keep in mind the words of Marianne Williamson, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.”

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