Of course, everyone knows February is for lovers with cupids delivering chocolates and roses. Have you seen there’s even chocolate jewelry! Every other commercial it seems, reminds the shopping public of love for sale in February.
Did you know February is also International Expect Success Month?
What if the success mind-set was as powerful as the love sentiment? Powerful enough to propel hoping and wishing you have what it takes to achieve your dreams and goals all the way to building and sustaining the life you want. Hoping to be successful implies you are doubt it will happen. Expecting success empowers your belief in yourself.
Yes, success means different things to different people. And everyone can celebrate some form of triumph whether the milestone is the end of a habit, course of studies, long anticipated goal, or era.
Expecting success is another way of preparing ourselves for accomplishing our dreams and realizing our goals. Champions know this because they visualize themselves crossing the finish line ahead of all their competition. Tap into your creativity, stretch your imagination, and step in to opportunity.
Champions are not just in an athletic arena…we are surrounded in daily life…they are everywhere.
You can expect success by not only going out there and trying your best every day and telling yourself YOU can do it, but seeing the picture in our head of completing the task at hand with outstanding results before we get out of bed in the morning.
We’re several weeks into the new year. Are you building the momentum? What are your big dreams in 2016? Do you expect success?
Let’s get that “top of the world – I can do anything” attitude flowing.
How are you coming with your resolutions? Are you among the camp who never does them? Or, after writing them down, promptly break them, then feel guilty because you have no will power?
Statistically speaking, you are far better off for having made the attempt to change just by the act of making the resolution regardless of the outcome. Of course, you are tremendously proud of yourself when a new behavior replaces an old habit. As well you should be! At the same time, please be aware of the need to be gentle with yourself when the occasional slip occurs which resulting in a slide along Resolution Road. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and a person can’t be expected to change a routine like magic just because we wrote it down on a list January 1st.
Or, can you?
Eureka! You wrote it down on a list!
Make success happen
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