M.B.A. - The Three Factors of SuccessWritten by Anita Foley
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Without Belief, you may as well forget about doing whatever you’ve set out to do. As soon as you DON’T think you can achieve something, you will not achieve it. Remember another old saying, “you experience what you believe, unless you believe you won’t, in which case you don’t, which means you did!” We’ve all been told mind is a powerful thing. Do not doubt validity of that statement. If you focus your mind on believing you can accomplish something, your mind will believe you!
With strong adherents of Motivation and Belief as partners, Action, remainder of trio, falls into place. Naturally, if you are motivated about your dream and believe you can accomplish it, you will be anxious to take action. Would there be a more logical next step than to answer door when opportunity knocks? You will be ready to take action, even if it means taking risks. The benefits of taking action far outweigh risks when you are motivated and you believe. I am, once again, reminded of an old saying, “In life, as in basketball, you miss 100% of shots you don’t take.”
So, dream big, my friend. Open your spirit to a new abundance and you will be motivated to pursue that dream. Then, believe that you can achieve your goal, and take action! And remember what my Granny said about good things coming in 3’s!
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When It's Good to do Things BadlyWritten by Mary Wilkey
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It actually comes down to weighing importance of things and putting them each in proper, practical perspective. This allows perfectionist more time to devote to those things really worth doing well, such as, making a livelihood, writing, food preparation, organization, swimming, thinking, praying, meditating, studying, etc.
Of course, this is not to negate doing what you enjoy just for pure pleasure of it. But if you will prioritize your tasks and NOT be concerned with doing well purely mundane, you will have more time for kind of things you really enjoy and those that really need to be done well.
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