When we give up, what we are really deciding is to move back to what is easy, comfortable, safe and normal. ‘Creating a New Reality’ requires a heap of mental, physical and emotional effort that most people are not willing to invest. If you really want it, then it will be so, no matter the effort, time and work it requires…
~ Judit e. Szabo
In all things that matter, consistently give it your 100%.
In all things that matter, that much more, give it your 110%.
This is how success is achieved in life, at work or leadership.
~ Judit e. Szabo
It’s not the hours you put in your work that counts, it’s the work you put in the hours.
~ Sam Ewing
Believe that with your feelings and your work you are taking part in the greatest;
the more strongly you cultivate this belief,
the more will reality and the world go forth from it.
~ Rainer Maria Rilke
While each of us has a personal understanding of success, it commonly means ‘a favorable or desired outcome’. When we aim and effectively accomplish or attain a desired end or object, we experience the glorious splendor of success.
In this moment, each of us is as successful as we believe we can be and the potential to experience greater success is always a possibility ready to be realized. In theory, all personal, professional or business success begins with an idea which then flows into a decision to ‘do it’, from which action steps are identified and taken to manifest the idea.
Although we may have personally experienced this straightforward approach to ‘having it’, an idea does not always successfully transform into reality. Why? I believe that most often than not the nuances of the creation or manifestation process is significantly influenced by the purity of the creator’s intent, will and faith in his or her self to actually ‘have’ the desired outcome.
As a transformational coach and consultant, I have had the privilege of assisting individuals and businesses to achieve heightened or expanded levels of success. Throughout the past thirty years, I have identified and facilitated seven fundamental principles that have empowered men and woman to successfully take their idea from being a vision to full realization. These seven simple, yet powerful principles can easily be applied to create success in all areas of a person’s life, work or business endeavor.
- Continuous Right Action
If you as an individual, group or a business are experiencing challenges with attaining or accomplishing a desired outcome, I invite you to ask yourself the following questions and to truthfully answer them:
- Do I have a crystal clear vision of what I am aiming to accomplish or attain?
- Do I believe that I can realize my vision?
- Am I 100% committed to realizing my vision?
- Am I willing and able to focus my attention, abilities and resources on the attainment of my vision?
- Am I connected to individuals and/or organizations that I can collaborate with, to leverage or pool talent and resources?
- Am I effectively communicating my vision?
- Have I identified the necessary action steps for realizing my vision? Am I continuously taking the steps? Am I adjusting and updating the steps as required?
If you answered ‘yes’ to each of the above inquiries, then you are well on your way to succeeding. If you answered ‘some what’ or ‘no’ to any of the above questions, then I encourage you to act now on the missing or partially engaged principle. These seven principles will guide you on your journey into new vistas of success. Enjoy your journey.