Waking up in the morning it’s important to count all blessings. We all have blemishes, scars, and imperfections but all real people aren’t perfect. I could also state that perfect people don’t exist.
I recently read a quote by a man named Bob Dean. It went like this, “Success isn’t just about making money. It is about having ethics, building relationships, and feeling, at the end of the day, that you have done something worthwhile.” After reading it, I thought to myself, this is a brilliant quote. The words can really translate to multiple aspects of life.
Part of creating what you want and making a better life for yourself and others is ultimately a test of how you do worthwhile things. If you cheat yourself, or others, you aren’t building strong relationships or building something that will last.
Having the right ideas in mind are critical, but the pieces of the puzzle don’t always allow themselves to fall in place at the right place and time.
Another good quote is by Malcolm X, “The future belongs to those who prepare for it today”. Everyday that you work hard towards your goals, is another step closer to the reality of dreams coming true.
Part of what holds people back is the idea of fear, past mistakes, and it’s chains that hold people down. In any hour of the day you can choose to liberate yourself from fear and reach for your future’s potential. I understand letting go is a strange feeling and it can be a daunting task.
Most people will hold onto things without even realizing it. However through the act of mental contrasting, people can re-evaluate their thinking patterns and develop better plans to action.
Growth is imminent for everybody who reaches for it. By choosing to center in on your possibilities, you may realize that new opportunities suddenly arise.
With every new road that you begin to pave, their are new responsibilities that come with that pathway. The adventures are worthwhile, but only when you build solid relationships and ethics around yourself and your vision.
I believe that people’s abilities are very malleable and that comfort is meant to be tested. Stepping out of comfort zones leads to new ideas, places, and possibilities.
In order to shape your transcendental thoughts into reality, it takes trust and continual action.
If you can’t trust in the parallels of the world between different states of consciousness, and everyday motions, then you may easily be tossed in a whirlwind. By discovering parallels in your life between your goals, and other people’s goals you may work in conjunction to solve worldly problems.
I believe this is one of the most important steps right now. We currently live in a selfie-society. Most people are quick to only fulfill their own needs rather than look at the bigger picture. If we could all somehow work together and integrate our ideas and solutions, I believe we could cure a lot of problems.
I think the step that needs to be taken is a transition from the self-perspective to a worldly-perspective. Once more people open their eyes and stretch their idea muscles we can bring in the new and toss out the old.
Our world suffers from excessive greed and selfish desires. We could all benefit from more unity and cooperation. The future is bright, and we all carry flashlights. In order to make a change we need to turn our flashlights onto high beam and use our capabilities to the fullest.
As the controversial Jordan Belfort stated, “No matter what happened to you in your past, you are not your past. You are the resources and the capabilities you glean from it. And that is the basis for all change.” This quote reflects that anything can happen to those who have the confidence to act on the mistakes of the past. Or better yet, think of it this way, tomorrow is the first page of your new story, so make it a good story!