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Belief Is Your Key to Success

If you’re reading this, you’re looking for a way out of the mediocrity or flat out failure you are experiencing in your life. It’s okay to admit it. There’s no shame in trying to find a solution. What is shameful is to hide the problem and pretend that everything is okay?

Now we’re on the same page, I need you to pay attention to the chair you are sitting on as you read this article. It seems sturdy. Obviously, it’s able to hold your weight. It’s doing its job just fine but did you know right before you sat down to read this article, you had to make a quick snap decision.

In fact, it went by so quickly that you probably were not even aware of it. Still, you need to make that decision. What am I talking about? I’m talking about your assessment of the fitness of the chair. That’s a big deal because if you sat on the chair without thinking and without even considering whether it’s sturdy enough to hold your weight or whether it’s positioned right, you probably will fall flat on your butt.

You might even hurt yourself. Belief is the reason you quickly went through the emotion of sitting before you can read this article. You believe the chair would hold your weight. You believe it’s in good enough shape to take care of you and prevent harm from happening to you.

I’ll walk you through this exercise to bring home the point that belief is crucial to your daily existence. You do it all the time. You operate out of belief. You live in belief. Belief is the glue that ties your life together. It informs your decisions that make your life possible.

If you can believe this chair can hold you up why do you continue to believe in things that hold you down? If you’re struggling in any shape or form it’s because you believed in the wrong things. I know it hurts; I know it stinks.

Nobody wants to hear this because it leads to the ultimate conclusion we all need to wake up. We are the authors of our life. We make that call. We make that decision and nothing stings more than coming face to face with the reality you made bad choices.

If you’re struggling in your relationships, at your job, with your health, how much you weigh, and what you look like, it’s because you made the wrong call. Nobody likes to be wrong. But the good news is that you don’t have to rely on your feelings.

You don’t have to remain trapped or at least you feel trapped. Instead, you can tap into the power of belief so you can make better decisions. You understand that the world doesn’t care about your feelings. It really doesn’t give a hoot about what your emotional state is.

Do you know what it pays attention to? It is your actions. Get your belief house in order and you will make better decisions. This means taking better action which puts your life in a better position.

Belief impacts your expectations and assumptions. Start there. What do you assume to be true about you? It is your life, your place in the world, and your capabilities. What do you expect out of life? This is a belief too.

The good news here is that just as you can accept certain beliefs. You can drop them like a hot potato. Seriously, belief affects how you roll with the blows; it affects your coping mechanisms. Understand how belief works and understand that belief is a choice. Choose better beliefs and you get better results. It’s that simple.

About the Author

Mark Aquino, RN, MHA is registered nurse in CA, USA with experience in mental health. His own past battles with anxiety and depression led him to working in psychiatrist hospital settings in the Los Angeles region to help others get their lives back and thrive. A majority of the patient population that come in are either homeless or struggling financially, but they have potential to succeed even at their worst moments if only they find the right guidance and counsel to shift their mindset. You don’t need to be homeless or a patient to benefit from a change in mindset. There are many people that struggle in silence with the lack of progress to their biggest goals and can stand to profit from a little guidance from someone who has been there, gone through it, and succeeded.

On top of that, Mark also holds a Masters in Health Administration with a focus on business, entrepreneurship, and marketing since 2011. He is married, owns Factal.net, and lives happily with his wife and daughter. He helps people lead more productive and successful lives to be more valuable members of society.

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Mindset Changes Your Beliefs.
If you don’t have the right mindset, you’re going to have certain beliefs that are not going to help you.
Your mindset has to lead to the right belief.

Success is a habit, sure.

But to pick up this habit, you have to have the right mindset. You can force things and hang on to your old mindset while adopting new habits, but these eventually wear off. Successful people do certain things consistently, and that’s why they achieve a higher degree of success than most other people.

But there’s more to it than that.

It’s not just a matter of doing certain things over and over again given certain circumstances.

When you adopt these success habits without changing your mindset, you eventually end up where you began. How come?

You built your new habits on a faulty mental foundation.

You had the wrong mindset. Your success habits eventually fall apart.

Thankfully, you don’t have to go through those heartbreaks and frustrations.

Here’s where my advice for you comes in.
With My Advice…

  • You are going to understand the importance of what you choose to believe.
  • You will learn to reprogram yourself for success by adopting 8 key mindsets.
  • You will understand certain limiting beliefs.
  • You are going to learn the process of clearing your mind of toxic beliefs.
  • To make it easy, I’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will show you exactly how it’s done…

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No matter what kind of person you happen to be, you can succeed and you can achieve your dreams.
Make sure that you are serious about beginning before you read this book, because when you take that first step, there is no going back.
No matter how difficult it might appear, there is nothing that you can’t do.

Every single one of us has the drive to succeed. However, sometimes that drive is not always accompanied by the knowledge that we need in order to do so.

Fortunately, there are many ways that you can gain the skills that are necessary in becoming a success. In fact, it can be broken down into simple step-by-step instructions so that you, and anybody else, can achieve their dreams.


It can be so discouraging at times to know what you want to do with your life or your time but be unable to understand where to start.

It is one of the most difficult things in life when you have a goal, but you do not actually have the tools that you need to see it through.

Nobody deserves to be discouraged that way, and we can all overcome this obstacle with time and persistence.

It takes patience to achieve something great, but if you are unable to begin, then you will never end up where you want to be.

Here’s where my advice for you comes in.

  • You are going to be handed all of the tools that you will need in order to become a success.
  • You will learn the key to stay more motivated in your plans.
  • You will understand that no matter what kind of person you happen to be, you can succeed and you can achieve your dreams.
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Module 1REPROGRAM YOUR MIND FOR SUCCESS: 8 Mindsets That Lead to Consistent Victory (Full eBook)

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  • Do a Mental Detox Before You Seek to Adopt a Success Mindset
  • Assume That You Can Change
  • Failure Is Not To Be Feared, But Prepared For
  • Goals Reveal Your Objectives and Empower You To Achieve Them
  • Actively Take Control
  • Decide After Enough Deliberation And Stick To It
  • Believe That You Don’t Know Everything About Your Goals And Must Learn More
  • Believe And Act Like There Is Always A Way Through Any Problem
  • Successful People Relish Calculated Risks
  • Best Practices When Adopting A Success Mindset
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  • You want to have the right mindset.
  • You want to be mindful of what you choose to believe.
  • You know that certain limiting beliefs can hold you back and drag you down from the success that you could have otherwise achieved.
  • You want to have the chance to be in a better position to reprogram yourself for better success.
  • You want to learn how to shape your emotional response to the things that are happening around you, your priorities, your values, and your life’s direction.

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  • Step 1: Know Where You Are Going by Visualizing Your Goal
  • Step 2: Getting to Know Your Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Step 3: Taking the Time to Take Action
  • Step 4: Holding Yourself Accountable for Your Success
  • Step 5: Setting Realistic Goals
  • Step 6: Carving Out the Time to Process and Regroup
  • Step 7: Taking Action and Evaluating Your Progress
  • Step 8: Learning from Failure and Letting Go of the Past
  • Step 9: If at First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again!
  • Step 10: Acknowledging When Something isn’t Working and Moving On
  • Step 11: Staying Motivated
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If you answer YES to any of the below, you need this…

  • You want to have the knowledge needed in order to succeed.
  • You want to gain the skills that are necessary in becoming a success.
  • You want to understand where to start.
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You May Be Picking Up Toxic Beliefs That Doom Your Efforts

Make no mistake. We choose our own beliefs. There’s nobody sitting behind you with a gun pointed to your head telling you to believe certain things. There’s nobody threatening to kill you if you don’t believe you are worthless, incapable, and not up to the job.

Nobody’s forcing you to be miserable. I know that that’s an uncomfortable thing to hear because we’re human beings. We’re trapped in a prison of weak flesh and we would love to have somebody or a situation to blame.

You choose your beliefs and these are the foundation of your reality. They are the lenses which you used to filter out reality. That’s what you used to read reality. They’re not forced on you. You’ve voluntarily assumed them. You always have a say.

How to Fight Back?

How do you fight back against your toxic beliefs? It all boils down to being more critical. This doesn’t mean that you have to turn into some jerk or asshole but it means that you have to be more skeptical.

Don’t think things have face value. Somebody might say something is right or true but filter that information through your experience. Use your logical reasoning facilities.

Unfortunately, many people are lazy because if somebody we know who we love and respect says something or make a truth claim, we are more likely to pick up on what they say and assume that it’s true.

Why? In the back of our heads, we filtered that person as someone who experienced many things and as someone who has achieved credibility and authority in our mind so why do the heavy work and be skeptical of what they say?

Basically, you transfer the time, effort, and attention to detail that you invested in developing that friend or mentor to their claims. This is a problem because people make mistakes all the time.

People say the stupidest things all the time and if you were mentally lazy and adopt what they say wholesale and absorb it, there will be a problem. Maybe they’re saying something that’s true to them personally, but it’s not some universal truth that applies to all people across the board.

The next thing you need to do is to stop assuming. Don’t be afraid to look at first principles. If somebody is saying a big claim, don’t be afraid to look like a fool and say, “Hold on, what do you mean by this and by that?”

When you do that you stop people in their tracks. You keep them from taking leaps of faith in their argumentation. Mature, very balanced and advanced thinking people would appreciate that because they understand clean logic. They understand a clean progression of argumentation in their mind.

However, people who are lazy or insecure would attack you and that’s okay. Be prepared for that but never fear out of asking to look at first principles because you will be the victim if you allow them to fool you because that’s what’s happening.

Do not assume. Don’t be afraid to look at the premises behind their conclusion because there might not be a good logical fit. The bottom line to all of this is that if you adopt the mindset of being more critical and refusing to assume things. You always think you can choose your beliefs; you change your life.

You really do. Why? You actively make your beliefs work for you instead of against you. Please understand that beliefs are two-edged swords. Learn how to craft them so they are beneficial to you and people depending on you.

Successful People Know Failure Is Their Friend

Did you know failure is your friend? You’re probably either laughing out loud or cringing. You probably have this almost irresistible urge to close the window of this article.

Well, hear me out. Most people are afraid of failure. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to figure that out. This is part of the human condition. They draw us to pleasure and we recoil from pain.

We would love the big mansions, the swimming pools, the global vacations every two months, and the tons of money in the bank, but we hate or we try to avoid putting in day-after-day at the office doing seemingly meaningless work.

Try to avoid meeting the very difficult people that can lead to great deals but it’s murder time to deal with them. We would like to get the reward without going through the painful process. I understand that since that’s part of human nature.

This is why we’re afraid of failure because we know it guarantees nothing. We can put in the work, the time, the effort and make all the sacrifices and at the end of that process, there’s nothing there.

You’re left holding an empty bag but you’re already failing right now if you’re not shooting for your goals and dreams. You really are failing because every day you spend being paralyzed by failure is a day not spent working towards success.

Fear of failure can paralyze you and make you do things the wrong way. The worst thing you can do is to put things off and wait for the ‘right time’ to happen but that right time never comes.

Stop waiting for tomorrow because tomorrow will never come. There will be many duties, responsibilities, and obligations that will pop up all over the place that will distract you. They will throw you off track. You can bet on that.

Fear of failure can also make you hesitate and doubt yourself. Doubt is an emotional cancer in certain contexts. In the spiritual context, it’s positive. In relationship contexts, it can be positive but for your capabilities, it is a cancer. It can burn away at you.

The worst part is it builds slowly until it explodes at the moment you least expect and you end up crashing and burning. Don’t doubt your capabilities. Challenge yourself but don’t doubt.

The ultimate truth about you is that you can do it if you put in the time, effort, and sacrifice and choose the right goals. Unfortunately, if you’re so deathly afraid of failure, you don’t go through the learning process.

You don’t go through that. It’s painful. That’s why you’re avoiding failure but it will not happen. You don’t even give yourself the chance to make it.

Successful People Think Differently

Successful people don’t fear failure. Believe it or not, successful people know failure is always a possibility but what do they do? They make it work for them. They view failure as the price they pay to learn.

If you want a good example of this, pay attention to that quote from Thomas Edison. He said, “I didn’t fail to invent the light bulb. I discovered 101 ways of not inventing light bulbs.” Do you see the logic in that? Failure is the price you pay as you learn.

You can use it as a steppingstone to the ultimate success or you can use it as a gravestone to all your hopes, wishes, dreams, and ambitions. The truth is successful people view failure as a necessity.

One Key Fact about Failure That Can Help You Succeed

If you’re reading this, chances are you might have met with some form of failure. I know it burns. I know it stings. I know that if given a chance, you’d rather not deal with it and focus more on enjoying the benefits of success.

Who wouldn’t? That’s how most people would respond but understand that failure is not what you think it is. Most people believe failure usually holds them back from achieving success.

Successful people think differently. They understand that failure can help them succeed. They were  more motivated by gain than intimidated by fear. What does this mean? First, failure means pain. It is difficult since there’s pain there. It can be physical pain which is fairly rare but possible but usually, it is a mental and emotional pain.

There’s nothing more painful than thinking you’ve invested a tremendous amount of time, effort, emotional energy, focus, and willpower on something that didn’t pan out.

There’s also social pain because people knew you were working on something and then now you have nothing to show for it. You feel like a fool. It may not be pointing fingers at you but it doesn’t make the pain go away because we want to impress people we love and respect.

Failure means pain and instead of running away from that reality, successful people understand that this means one thing and one thing alone. Since failure can be painful on so many levels, this means they have to work on the project with the urgency it deserves.

This is not playtime. This is not a joke. It’s not a hobby. It’s not something you do just because you have nothing else better to do. It’s real. It demands respect and focus. Successful people acknowledge it will involve the pain.

This is why before they jump in, they get a full understanding of the risks and consequences involved. They don’t shy away from these. They don’t disregard the risk of bankruptcy. They don’t brush the possibility of fiascoes under the rug.

They look at them straight in the eye. They see that monster. They acknowledge it for what it is and then they look at what they stand to gain. Then, there’s this calculated risk that comes out of it.

It’s the pain that keeps them honest. It’s the prospect of losing that keeps their attention focused. This is how you make failure work for you instead of wasting all this tremendous amount of time, effort, and emotional energy by running away from it, making excuses for it, ducking it, and so on, and so forth.

You understand that failure means pain, and this triggers you to step your game up. Use the pain of failure to motivate you. Get the motivation you need to stay focused long enough to achieve victory.

Victory will not happen tomorrow. Victory requires putting in the work, focus, and sacrifice day after day, week after week, month after month, and year after year.

Successful People Aim to Fail Quickly

You have probably read the article title and did a double take. You’re probably thinking to yourself, “Why in the world would somebody want to fail quickly?” “Isn’t failure something we’re supposed to avoid?” “Isn’t it something we’re supposed to run away from?” “Isn’t it a mark of embarrassment or even humiliation?”

Why in the world would successful people of all people aim to fail quickly? You should understand that successful people know failure is always a possibility. They don’t candy-coat it. They don’t deny that it exists.

They don’t make up excuses for it. They don’t dress it up in many fancy rationalizations, excuses, and justifications. They do none of that. Instead, they look it straight in the eye. It’s always there. People feel the pain.

Maybe, it’s monetary. Maybe, it’s social which means loss of reputation. Whatever the case may be, failure means pain. They realize so they look at what they stand to gain. They do a calculated risk-benefit analysis and if the analysis comes out right, and the project is worth taking on, they still keep looking at the possibility of failure to motivate them.

These people know the difference between wanting to fail and getting ready for setbacks. Their mindset shifts to failing quickly. They want to know if this will not pan out.

I want this to flame out quickly so I can pick myself up, dust myself off, and go on to the next opportunity. Quick failure means quick lessons. It is not a judgment on your character as a human being.

It is not some summation of your value as a person. It doesn’t define you. Instead, you learn what you need to learn like Thomas Edison who once used a hair from a man’s beard in his efforts to invent the light bulb.

Obviously, that did not pan out, but that didn’t stop Edison from trying many times. You need to fail quickly so you can quickly determine that the road you’re on is not the right road. You can then shift to go to another road and then try another one.

Quick lessons mean a faster track to eventual success. That’s how successful people think. People who struggle for the rest of their lives experience failure and look at failure as something that defines them.

What did they do? They dwell on it. Instead of a quick failure that yields important quick lessons, they dwell on the failure and the lessons they get are worst lessons because it’s all about them.

They’re not smart enough. People don’t like them. They don’t have enough money. They can’t get money. They’re trapped in their life with all these ‘toxic’ lessons.

Fail quickly and get the lesson quickly. This enables you to minimize the cost and the pain. Pain will always be a part of the equation but it doesn’t mean that you have to maximize it. It doesn’t mean that you have to let it burn you and define you as a person. When you do that, you make success more elusive.


This Is the First Thing You Need To Do To Become More Successful

What is the first thing you need to do to become more successful? If you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking, “Okay, I will buy a book or I will sign up for some course.” Other people might think they have to find the right guru or mentor to help them achieve success.

Those are important but you’re putting the cart before the horse if that’s your line of thought. There’s something more fundamental you need to do. There’s something more basic you need to attend to. What am I talking about? I’m talking about belief.

Pay attention to your mental inventory because until and unless you believe you can change, nothing will happen in your life. This is a powerful form of this. This is the most important ingredient in the process of changing your results because you’re trying to become more successful.

This is a simple matter of changing your results. Obviously, you’re not happy with the results you’re getting. You want to be more successful but don’t automatically assume that you can change.

Embrace this possibility. Recognize its full features. Stare it in the eyes and let it in. Absorb it. Most people don’t go through this. They automatically assume that they can change.

What happens? They buy book after book, sign up for course after course, take many steps, and end up with a lot of nothing. Why? They built their empire of change on a foundation of sand. It did not occur to them. They didn’t believe things can change.

They didn’t believe they were worthy of success. They didn’t believe they have full authority and ownership of their life. Please understand that you should believe you can change because it is the key that turns the lock of that mental prison you’re in.

You’re not locked in the past. Instead, the self-fulfilling prophecies paralyze you and that becomes your future. You should analyze what you’re thinking and what you believe about yourself. If your beliefs are the wrong place, you are wasting your time.

What do you need to believe?

Believe you can change. Believing you can change means you can effect change all across your life. This means greater power over your circumstances, greater power over your life, and greater power over your opportunities. Say to yourself, “I can change.”

Now, repeat it again and again. After you’ve done that, I want you to come up with three solid examples when you changed. Most people can do this fairly easily because you are capable of change.

If you want something basic, look at how you can ride a bicycle. That is change. Why? Because at a certain point in time in your life’s history you did not know how to ride a bicycle.

Find that point where you switched from not knowing how to ride a bicycle to one who can ride a bicycle. Look for these monumental changes in your life. It doesn’t have to be big. You don’t have to be a hero. It doesn’t have to be overly grand or dramatic but once you base it on the truth of how you changed in the past that means you can change now.

Your Past Mistakes Don’t Have To Define You

I can’t even tell you how many people I come across who say, “I’m a failure”. “I don’t have it”. “I suck”. Life sucks. The rich get richer, the poor get poorer. Every single year, I get poor. I’m stuck.

These people are not low IQ individuals. They’re not ugly. There’s nothing in their appearance that makes them inferior. Instead, it’s their attitude that dooms them to a life of mediocrity, struggle, and frustration.

If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re feeling these things you’re feeling that your life follow a pattern where one day is basically the same as the day before it.

There’s really not much change in your life. Before you know it, you feel that you’re stuck in your life. It’s as if the script keeps playing over and over. It’s the same boring old movie again and again. Same movie, different day and then, comes the conclusion. Death.

I know it sounds depressing. It’s definitely discouraging but I want you to understand where that mindset leads to. It definitely doesn’t lead to a happy place. If there was any doubt before, now you have the answer.

People who screw up in the past think it seals the rest of their life. Your past mistakes don’t have to define you.

No matter how bad you screwed up in the past, it doesn’t have to hold you back unless you let it hold you back. When you keep repeating scenes in your head of being rejected, humiliated, embarrassed, betrayed or oppressed.

What do you think happens? Do you think you get justice in the here and now? Do you think you change the material fact of what happened in the past? It does not. It’s not like the movie Back to the Future and you got flying Delorean that you can jump into like Marty McFly. It doesn’t work that way. What happened in the past happened. What you can change is your interpretation.

What you can change is its effect on you in the here and now. Claim this power. The key to external change which is happening in you right now your appearance, your work, your business, the amount of money in your bank account, how big your house or apartment is.

All across the board is an internal change. Change your relationship with your past and you change your future. Does your past condemn you? Does it make you feel small, weak, and powerless?

Well, you can change how you interpret your past. Internal changes mean changing your thought patterns, assumptions, beliefs, and emotional habits. While it’s perfectly true that the world doesn’t care about your feelings, it cares about your actions.

It aims at results. Where do you think those results come from? It comes from your thoughts because when you think about your situation in a certain way; you end up in an emotional state. In that emotional state, you make certain decisions.

When you make those decisions, you change your world because you acted. What if you can change your thoughts? What if you can change your assumptions about your past?

Your life doesn’t have to feel like a runaway roller coaster where the moment where the moment you think about something negative, everything has to end up with a negative choice again and again and again.

It doesn’t have to be that way. Please understand that you are always in control because you can always choose how you interpret things. You can always choose what you think about. You can always choose what you dwell on.

Do not let go of that power. That would be the height of irresponsibility and I hate to say this and it’s painful because when I first realized it when somebody said it, it hurt me. It stung.

That was precisely the point because at that point I grew. You do it to yourself. You really do. I know it doesn’t make much sense. Who wants to live a frustrated life?

Who wants to feel this pain? But you do it yourself. The answer, stop doing it. Take responsibility. You can do it. Do something else.

Successful People Eagerly Ask For Help

There’s a common mythology about success. They’re supposed to be independent. They’re supposed to be strong. They’re supposed to be lone thinkers.

It’s as if they came up with a vision of the future and through their own sheer effort, sacrifice, and focus, they turned that vision into reality. Well, that image of the heroic, maverick, and successful person happens from time to time.

It is far from the most common case of success. Successful people eagerly ask for help. They do this because they know they’re not jacks of all trades. They can’t do everything. They have specializations but they also know success requires other parts.

For example, if you want to be a successful online entrepreneur selling stuff online, you may be good at promotions, marketing, product selection, web design or affiliate marketing.

There are so many moving parts but chances are you probably will only be good at one thing or two things if you’re lucky. What do you do with the rest of the picture? Do you try to do a half-assed job with the rest of the pieces?

Your success is the sum of its parts and more. If you have only two good parts and the rest is junk, what do you think will happen? Successful people focus on their core competency. They focus on what they’re good at.

These are the linchpins of their success. For everything else, they ask for help. Help can come in many forms. You can delegate. You can outsource. You can collaborate. You can put up things for discussion and brainstorming and then come up with implementations.

Whatever the case may be for these other things, you’re not relying on yourself. You are tapping into the eternal truth that two heads are better than one especially for brainstorming and coming up with ideas.

Believe it or not, when you are in a room full of people and you’re trying to solve a problem, you solve the problem in a way that doesn’t add 1 to 1, 1 to 1 is 2. But when you are in a group of people, exponential ideas come about.

This should not be unexpected because people look at the world in different ways. Different people have different vantage points. They have different points of view. They have different experiences and this can be a very helpful resource.

Why don’t you do it? Well, most people struggle because of pride. That’s what it is. If you pick at that pride and dig deep, it leads to fear. Don’t let pride or fear hold you back from victory and success. That’s what you’re doing when you refuse to ask for help.

It doesn’t make you look weak. It doesn’t make you look like an idiot. It doesn’t make you look like you are a failure and screw up. It does none of that because even the most successful people eagerly ask for help.

I’m not just by asking for help. They eagerly seek it out. You’re not less of a person because someone helped you along the way. What’s important is you pay it forward. I’m not saying about paying back the person.

It’s more than that. It’s about paying it forward. When you become successful, there will be other people trying to be successful that you will encounter. Help those people because somebody who achieved success in the past helped you get on the way.

That’s how you pay it forward. If that person helped you once, help others a thousand times. A thousand different people, help them individually.



Successful People Believe They Deserve Success

What if I told you that there are certain people that don’t think they believe they deserve good things to happen to them? I know it sounds crazy right. I mean who in their right minds would assume that they don’t deserve the good things in life.

What kind of cancerous or toxic mental ideas are they suffering from for them to think this way? Believe it or not, this is not rare. Too many people sabotage themselves from achieving success because they believe they do not deserve success.

One common variation of this is thinking all your future success will be beyond your grasp since you screwed up royally in the past. It’s just not going to happen. Forget about it. They believe in stigma.

They believe there are certain things you cannot do. If you do it in the past, you’re sealed from any kind of success. You are a failure and you will continue to be a failure.

Now, they don’t explicitly think about it in these terms but the effect is the same. They can’t bring themselves to do something needed and to sacrifice something required for them to achieve great success in life.

Another variation of this is the Impostor Complex. This complex afflicts people who accomplished many things. They know how to write best-selling books. They know how to speak in front of large audiences. They know how to connect with people.

They know how to do the right things at the right time with the right people to produce the very best results. But deep down inside they feel they are impostors, frauds, fakes, hypocrites, or liars. They call this Impostor Complex, and it’s real.

In fact, you only know less than Oprah Winfrey, herself who reported that she suffered from Impostor Complex. Deep down inside, it goes back to the same place. It goes to this burning idea of not deserving success.

Well, flip the script because the more you walk around with Impostor Complex or the self-sabotaging idea the less likely success will happen. Eventually, even if you have achieved great victories in the past, your Impostor Complex might catch up with you and erode your ability to make things happen.

It robs you of the enjoyment and immediacy of the feeling of success. You deserve success. Why? Well, you deserve it because you know how the pieces fit. I understand that you’re feeling like a fraud right now.

I understand that you feel you’re the biggest faker in the world but when you look around the room, who knows where the pieces fit? Who can see the big picture? Who can see where this is all headed? That’s you.

That’s why you are in the position you’re in. Understand that. Embrace that fact. Others can work hard but they don’t know how the pieces fit. They’re smart people around you. They are hard workers. They sacrifice a lot.

They don’t know how the pieces fit. You hold the key and that’s why you’re able to focus on providing value and this will make you feel more deserving. It is a value that people pay you for. It is the value that people keep you around for.

Focus on providing it and you will feel more deserving. Don’t let the thought of not deserving to be successful, erode your confidence because you will disappoint and hurt many people. I know it sounds kind of weird but your success is their success.

When you provide value to them, they benefit. You should know your success defines your ability to provide value. If you let your Impostor Complex or your feeling you do not deserve success take over you, it will erode your competence because when your competence breaks down, you let other people down because you’re giving them less value.



You Are Not Perfect the Way You Are

There are so many songs telling you you’re perfect the way you are. There are so many self-help books telling you that there’s really nothing to change. There is definitely no shortage of motivational speakers who tell you, “You are complete.”

You need to set all that aside. In fact, if I wasn’t being polite I would call them lies because that’s what they are. They are lies because the more you believe in that, the more you wall yourself off from a meaningful change in your life.

I’ve got bad news to tell you. The only constant in life is change. That’s the only thing you can bank on. That’s the only thing you can rely on and can safely come back to again and again. It was true in the past. It’s true right now. It will continue to be through long into the future.

Change is the only constant in life and it’s a good thing because, with change, we can improve. Change is actually a promise. It doesn’t matter how small you feel, how defeated you think you are, and how incompetent, ugly, and desperate things may be to you. With change, you can turn things around. That’s what’s so awesome about change.

I once met a homeless man on the streets of San Francisco and Los Angeles and I was working for an insurance company and he said something that really blew my mind. It changed my life. He was a guy who just had newspapers as his bed.

He lives a block away from my office. He said, “This too will pass.” I looked at him. I looked at the situation and look at how desperate things seemed. And then it hit me like a crystal bullet in the heart. This too will pass.

There I was wearing an expensive suit, a nice silk tie, and I realized that this connects me and that homeless person. This the truth that connects all of us. What we think our reality is will pass because of change.

Instead of something that’s scary, instead of something we have to run away from, it’s something we should work with. How do we do that? How do we make a change? How do we make the deep and profound reality of change work for us instead of against us?

Well, it boils down to assumption. Choose your thoughts carefully because when you assume that you’re perfect you cannot deny that change always happens. It’s like a fire. We can’t intimidate it. It will continue to rage. It will continue to burn. It will continue to march forward.

It doesn’t care even if you acknowledge it or not. Sadly, when you think you’re perfect the way you are, you end up getting burned by change. This doesn’t just happen once. It happens again and again and again until you get the lesson.

What lessons are there to learn? First, assuming you’re perfect means you’re less likely to want to learn. I don’t care how smart you are. I don’t care how well you have it together. You need to keep updating your knowledge base. Otherwise, the world will leave you behind.

Given we live in the Internet age means information spoils quickly. Take the case of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). You may be at the top of your game ten years ago. But SEO from 10 years ago will only get you banned or punished by Google today.

Keep with the times. Unfortunately, if you think you’re perfect, you know everything. It prevents you from learning what you need to learn to keep up. Assuming you’re perfect also means you’re less likely to want to adapt.

The world is chaotic the world throws many curve balls at you. You need to move. You need to be quick on your feet but to assume that you’re perfect means that you’re just going to stand still. So you get hit with one ball after another.

Soon enough, there’s blood all over the place and you are flat on your back. Not a happy ending. Assuming you’re perfect also means you’re likely to blame others. If you’re perfect, it’s everybody else’s fault. They’re imperfect. It’s not my fault. I’m perfect.

Do you get the twisted logic of that? It’s sad on so many levels. Most of all, it’s sad because when you blame other people, you give them power over your life. Why? Well, if they’re the ones who caused the problems, logically this means they are also the solution.

Well, reality check. It’s bad enough controlling yourself. Can you imagine trying to control other people? Forget about it. Finally, assuming you’re perfect means you’re less likely to assume or believe life is unfair. I’m telling you. Life isn’t fair.

It’s rough. It’s chaotic out there but the good news is that despite all this imperfection, there is beauty. There are sublime truths. There is profound peace you can attain but you should struggle for it. You should uncover it. You should work for it. You’re not perfect. You never will be. Welcome to the club.

The Top Seven Questions to Ask Yourself When Planning for Success


When you want to plan to succeed, sometimes the most important thing to do is to really know yourself inside and out. In order to do so, there are some important key questions that you should ask yourself, not necessarily in order of appearance in this article. The answers will help you to pave the way to your success!

  1. What am I passionate about?

If you don’t know what you are passionate about, then you need to stop right now and figure that out. If you spend your life working toward something that doesn’t spark your passion, then you are going to have a hard time motivating yourself to succeed.

  1. Where am I right now?

Be honest with yourself when answering this question. Evaluate where you are in life and how close you feel to achieving your goal. Don’t use it as a way to get down on yourself. Simply figure out where you are and how far you have to go before you are where you want to be. Consider the resources you have and what you need to acquire and then consider what that knowledge might mean.

  1. Where do I begin?

It’s hard to get started without knowing where you’re going to begin. To establish the point where you are starting, take the knowledge you’ve learned from asking yourself the first two questions and consider the most logical point to begin. Evaluate your goals and dissect them from the top to the bottom, until you find yourself able to answer this question.

  1. What is my end game?

If you don’t know where you want to end up, you might never figure out where to start. Think carefully about where you want to end up and what your end game looks like. Use visualization techniques to help you pave the way to success.

  1. What can’t I do by myself?

Every goal starts out huge, and there are ways that other people can help us to get where we want to be. Whether it’s through offering resources or simply being there to provide moral support and accountability, there are ways others can help you and you should think about how.

  1. Why did I choose this goal?

Every goal is unique, especially when it comes to why the person setting the goal has chosen it. What are your personal motivations behind choosing this goal? What do you specifically hope to achieve by following this goal through to its fruition? Do you want to make the world a better place? Improve the lives of the elderly or disabled? Pinpointing this will help you to shape your mission statement and stay motivated!

  1. What are my obstacles?

Knowing your obstacles before you even begin is a great way to face your fears and consider ways to overcome the challenges that might get in the way of your success. Addressing these early on ensure that you have a plan to fall back on when the time comes, ensuring that you are able to overcome them and succeed!


Changing Your Definition of Failure


It is extremely difficult to discover that we fall short in any way, shape, or form. When we find that we don’t measure up, it can be a real hit to our self-confidence. When our self-esteem suffers, it can cause issues further down the line with depression and other serious consequences. Without confidence, our personal relationships and view of ourselves suffers tremendously.

Some might argue that it is society that puts too much pressure on us to succeed. We are given a tailor-made definition for success from a young age. We envision success as having a lot of money and doing whatever it takes to be at the top. However, that vision of success is not often personally crafted and tailored to align with our passions. That can be dangerous, especially if you are a creative and spirited person who thrives with an abundance of self-expression and innovation.

It seems that the world is cruel to creative types, but this can be avoided in some capacity by changing your perspective. It is our own minds that become our cages. When we accept society’s definition of success rather than defining it for ourselves, that is when the trouble really begins. The trouble becomes even worse when we begin to identify ourselves as failures because we are not meeting the criteria for the definition of success.

Fortunately, there is no law in the universe that states that we have to accept society’s definition of failure and tag it on to ourselves as some kind of self-condemning label that we drag around for the rest of our lives and suffer immensely for. We have to learn how to redefine failure so that we are able to see it as an opportunity rather than a death sentence.

For many, this is easier said than done, but it is possible. No matter who you are, you can define failure for yourself. A failure can be many things, but one thing is for certain. It is not an identity. You are not a failure. No matter what you do or don’t do, failure is not a personality label. You can apply failure to the failure to achieve specific goals or completing tasks, that you yourself are never a failure. You should get that into your head now loud and clear.

Instead, redefine failure as an opportunity to see your task in a different light. Whatever your goal may be, there are many paths that you can take that will lead you to success. If you are not willing to take the time to analyze your choices and examine why certain things have succeeded and others have not, then you are missing out on the gift the failure can give you.

By viewing failure in a different light, you are providing yourself with the opportunity to begin to see opportunities where you once saw roadblocks. This is a powerful strategy that will open up many new doors for you and allow you to garner confidence in yourself rather than feeling defeated by the expectations that you had set up for yourself. View failure as an opportunity, not as a death sentence!

Signs You are on the Path to Failure and What to Do About It


Nobody wants to fail. Failure is one of the most humiliating experiences that a human can endure. Whether this is because of survival instincts or simple societal pressures, nobody wants to be seen as incompetent or incapable, especially when it comes to living up to their own expectations and following their dreams.

Fortunately, there are many signs that you can take note of on your path to success that can be red flags for failure. If you heed these as cautionary symptoms that can be treated and worked on, then you will ultimately be able to overcome these issues and continue forward on your path to success.

The first sign that you are on a path to failure is a refusal to take accountability for your actions or mistakes. A lot of us have a hard time admitting when we are wrong, but this can be a huge hindrance for success of any kind. If you don’t admit that you are making mistakes, you will never have the right mindset to look at your mistakes objectively enough to correct them and continue forward on the path to success.

Another sign that you are on a path to failure is that you lack confidence in yourself. Every one of us has a hard time believing in ourselves at times, but if you don’t believe that success is even possible, then you are really going to have a hard time facing the challenges that are bound to arise as you follow your path to success. Without confidence, the first sign of failure is going to break you to the point where you may not even want to get back up off the ground and keep trying, even though it is possible for you to succeed despite an initial setback.

A third sign of failure is a refusal or reluctance to set goals that help you to both measure your success and continued to climb toward it. People who scoff at goals are often the most directionless and aimless people you’ll ever meet, and if you are not willing to set goals and reach for them, then how do you ever expect to be successful? It’s nearly impossible.

Another way to tell that you may be on the path to failure is realizing that you have a hard time accepting blame. You would rather dish it out onto other people than admit that you have made a mistake or take responsibility for yourself. Blaming others will never get you anywhere else, so learn to be objective and view situations maturely and rationally to get the most out of them.

If you have a hard time with follow-through, you may find yourself on the track to failure. It takes hard work and perseverance to accomplish anything in this world, so make sure that you are training yourself with the discipline you need to live up to your goals or else you may find that it is impossible.

The good thing about all of these red flags is that they are easily fixed if you are willing to learn and accept personal responsibility for your success. If you are willing to do this, and there is nothing standing between you and your dreams.

Training Your Brain to Battle Your Negativity Bias


The negativity bias can happen to anybody. In fact, most of humanity is predisposed to favoring negative sensory input and memories over the positive. This can often hardwire us for issues like depression and a lack of motivation. When we begin to believe that more negative things happen to us than positive things, whether that is true or not, it can be extremely discouraging. We start to feel like the entire world is against us, and no matter how hard we try, the cards will always be stacked out of our favor.

However, when you actually think about it, the truth is that we undervalue positive experiences and tend to overvalue the -ones. This can make it very difficult for us to move on and let go of negative events that happen to us. We find ourselves reeling from negative events for days and days, while positive events often become forgotten by the end of the day and we no longer find any value in them or their memory. In a way, the mind is a little bit of an ingrate like that.

Most of this happens because of the training of our neural pathways. These are the synapses in our brains that connect and help us to process information and react appropriately to the input that our mind is receiving. For example, if we are treated negatively by somebody for a long period of time, and we become able to predict their behaviors, our neural pathways will fire off the appropriate response to that stimulation. This can be great in the moment, but if our brain is misinterpreting cues that seem close to what we are used to but actually do not have a malicious intent, our negativity is actually unwarranted. And yet we can’t seem to help ourselves when it comes to our reactions.

This is similar to what happens when we are traumatized. Anybody who goes through this type of conditioning is likely to have certain responses to certain situations that other people wouldn’t have.

Thankfully, the human body is magnificent and can rewire itself to change the way we interpret sensory input. If we are willing to interrupt our negative thoughts and replace them with positive thoughts, this can actually help us to remap our neural pathways so that we are capable of changing our response to negativity and remaining positive despite the circumstances that we are faced with.

If you find that you are negative thinker, or you have a tendency to overvalue negative situations over progress, this can hold you back. Start interrupting your negative thoughts with active attempts to remind yourself that you are making great strides toward success. Every step that you make toward progress is a huge deal, and allowing yourself to feel pride toward your accomplishments is a great way for you to combat your negativity bias and prime yourself for even more success down the road.

All of us are capable of rewiring our brains, no matter what the situation might be. Use this knowledge to your advantage and start retraining your mind today!

How to Move Forward After a Setback


There are few things more challenging than being able to pick yourself up after a setback. This is especially true if you lack confidence, and are easily shaken by running into challenges. If you don’t believe in yourself, the process of working toward a goal can be excruciating. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can start to re-motivate yourself when you have faced an unforeseen obstacle so that you can begin to move forward no matter what the setback may have been.

The first thing you need to do, whether you consider yourself the sensitive type or not, is to express the feelings that occur when you realize that you may have done something wrong or face the challenge that you were not able to overcome very easily. It is natural to feel miserable after an experience like that, no matter how self-imposed you may be. You should express your feelings and frustrations, and consider your fears about the situation so that you are not surprised in the future and you do not bottle of your emotions only to find that they come back and bite you later on.

Next, you should turn to your support group. These are people around you that you trust and talk to about your goals and plans. These are the types of people who will be supportive and encouraging, not toxic and negative. If you tell them how you feel about your setback, they may be able to help you to see the situation in a better light and provide you with outside perspectives that you may not have considered previously.

Take other people’s feedback seriously, and use it in a constructive way even if it stings at the time. Most of the time people who are truly supportive are not out to take you down. They simply want to help you, and you should let them. Everybody has a blind spot when it comes to their own plans, so listen to people who have your best interest at heart and see what you might learn from them.

Next, reevaluate. Think about where you might have gone wrong or what obstacle came up. What are some things that you could have done to prevent this issue from occurring? Think hard about an alternative approach to take if you are ever faced with a similar situation, and turn the negative feelings about your setback into a positive opportunity for growth. There is no better time to learn from your mistakes and when you have a goal that you truly want to succeed at. So take this opportunity to grow and learn so that you can become as successful as possible.

They can be very hard to deal with setbacks, but if you are willing to do so with grace and an open mind, you may find that you are actually benefiting from what might have seemed like a failure at the time. If you are willing to view your situation in a positive light rather than a negative one, you may find that you have discovered the key to succeeding has been there all along.

Gaining the Confidence You Need to Succeed


A lot of people don’t realize just how important it is to have confidence before you ever begin to work on an important task. Achieving goals is often about what you’re made of. If you don’t believe in yourself and you lack the confidence that you need to get up after a setback, then it is likely that you are going to give up before you even make significant progress.

The first thing that you can do for yourself to begin gaining more confidence is to start thinking kinder thoughts. There is a phrase that says that we are each our own worst critic, and most of the time that is very true. When you find yourself overwhelmed by the perception you have of yourself as being not good enough or failure, then you have already sabotaged yourself before you begin working on anything.

Instead, start to keep track of the negative things that you say to yourself. Once you have a good idea of just what a big bully you are, begin interrupting those negative thoughts with positive affirmations. Think about all of the great things that you are capable of doing and the things that you have accomplished rather than dwelling on the negative events that plague your mind.

You can overcome the negativity bias. All you have to do is work hard to catch yourself when you’re having negative thoughts about yourself or your process or your progress and force yourself to think positively and acknowledge all of the hard work that you have done and will continue to do to achieve your goal.

Gaining confidence can be a lot harder if you are around other negative people, so try and make sure that you are doing everything that you can to surround yourself with positive people who believe that you can do anything that you set your mind to. Toxic people will try to bring you down and doubt yourself, but there is no law saying that you have to believe them.

Instead of spending time with people who drain you, instead, meet these outside sources of negativity with a good sense of humor. Do not let them bring you down. Allow the comments to roll off of you like water and instead of focusing on the negative, focus on the good.

Developing your sense of humor and focusing on things that you should be thankful for is a great way to stop taking stock in negative thoughts altogether and start focusing on the things that truly matter. Sometimes, we become so consumed by our daily lives that we stop remembering that there are many things that we have to be grateful for, and opportunities that can help us move forward that other people might not have. Remembering this can up your motivation and help you stay confident because you are remembering that you were given a great opportunity and you can make of it what you will. The power truly is in your hands. So use it for the best starting now!


How to Think Positively to Achieve Success

A lot of cynical people believe that thinking positively is a crock. How is it possible that being obnoxiously optimistic is going to provide you with the tools that you need to become successful? No matter what you think it isn’t going to change the world around you, right?

While that may be true, thinking positively has been proven in studies to change your mind and body for the better and help you to recognize the opportunities around you. Whether you want to believe that blind optimism is the key to success or not, there is little dispute that being a positive thinker enhances your quality of life and makes you more likely to seize the opportunities that are around you and stay motivated to follow those opportunities down a path to success.

The first thing you need to do in order to begin to think positively is to really examine yourself and your negative thoughts. Be honest with yourself about where these negative thoughts creep up and begin to consume you. It is common for the human mind to overvalue negative input over positive input, so make sure that you know yourself very well and are willing to understand that your negative thoughts are not necessarily going to be productive. Interrupt negative thoughts with positive thoughts and rewire your brain so that you can think positively and achieve success.

This can be done in a number of ways. You can begin a dialogue with yourself that you alone are invested in. Remind yourself of all of the positive things that you have to gain and what you need to do in order to get there. This will increase your focus and provide you with a built-in fan base that will continue to move you forward no matter how challenging things may be.

It is also important for you to recognize your own belief system and the ways that it might be faulty. Each of us are raised with certain expectations of the world that sometimes just get in the way. Think about how you believe the world operates and consider the ways that these beliefs are actually holding you back. If you find yourself limited by your own perception, then it is not too late for you to change those beliefs and focus on something much more positive and productive.

Thinking positively can help you to view the world in a more objective light so that you are able to pick and choose the information that will help you along the way as you begin to plan for your successful venture. As long as you stay true to your own vision and don’t doubt yourself, you will find that your fears are unfounded and you actually are capable of success. Only you know what you are truly capable of, so do not trust any other authorities if they tried to make you doubt that. Remember, your vision is your own, and only you can make your dreams come true.

How to Make the Dreaded “To-Do” List Work in Your Favor


Planning can be a challenge for everybody, but especially those who are not born within in word appreciation for organization and structure. If you find that you struggle with discipline and order, utilizing a to-do list may be exactly the step you need to take in order to get your life on track.

So how does one begin utilizing a to-do list to help them to get on track and stay motivated to succeed? Surely it isn’t as simple as creating a checklist that you can reference. What actually works about creating this type of structure for yourself? And doesn’t it only work if you are willing to allow it to work?

The truth is that if you are not motivated enough, nothing is going to work for you. You have to take the step necessary to overcome your hesitations and do whatever needs to be done in order to ensure that you are staying on task. A to-do list is a great starting point, but it isn’t going to be the only thing that you do to be successful. Success falls on your shoulders alone, and no list, no matter how detailed, is going to do it for you.

To make the dreaded to-do list work in your favor, first you need to have detailed vision of your plan already laid out. Visualization techniques can help you to do this. If you know your ultimate goal, then planning out all of the steps that you need to take will be that much easier.

You should make sure that you have a list full of goals that are not overwhelming that you can work on on a daily and weekly basis. Make sure that you are not creating your to-do list on the day that you want the items done. You need a chance to process the task at hand so that you can prepare yourself mentally for getting things done.

Instead of saving the hardest item on your list for last, that is the thing that you should be working on first. Prioritize your list so that you are actually knocking things out in the order of hardest to easiest so that you only become more motivated to finish from there. If you leave the worst for last, then you are going to find yourself agonizing over what you have left to do rather than being in a relaxed and less stressed out mindset that will ultimately contribute to your achievement.

Every day you should be working toward your goal, and having a to-do list ready for you the night before is a great motivational tool that you can use to succeed. This is especially true for people who are often reluctant to abide by structure in their lives. It can be easy for a lot of people to become overwhelmed by the tasks at hand and living in the moment, but having a to-do list to reference will ultimately provide you with the foundation you need to achieve your dreams.


Strategizing for Success


When it comes to achieving your goals, there is nothing more important than your mindset. If you don’t have the right mindset, then you are ultimately going to crumble. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can begin to train your mind to develop habits that most successful people have already begun to utilize long ago.

In order to strategize for success, you have to begin to weigh every choice that you make against your goal. Will the choices that you make every day help you to become a healthier and more well-rounded version of yourself that will ultimately be capable of the success that you hope to achieve? Are the choices that you’re making wise both financially and in terms of long-term success? Are you keeping your endgame in mind as you go through life and find yourself faced with choice after choice to make?

Being a strategic thinker in this sense can be very difficult. All of us are emotional and we have devices that can sometimes lead us to feeling trapped by temptations that are not going to help us to move forward. Fortunately, it is possible to begin to distance yourself from these types of unproductive emotions. If you are willing to let go of the things that are hurting you and focus your attention on the things that are moving you ahead, then you will ultimately find that you are more of a strategic thinker than you may have thought.

To be a strategic thinker, you can’t be afraid of making hard choices. You have to stick to your guns once you have made a decision and see your plan through like a leader. Whether that plan goes the way you anticipate or not, you should not regret any of the choices that you make. If it doesn’t work out, you should consider it a learning experience and move on. If it doesn’t work out, then all the better! You made a great choice.

Before you make any choices, you need to examine their consequences in every possible light. Think of it like a game of chess. If you are making a move, you have to imagine what may happen three steps ahead at the very least. This will help you to plan for any potential challenges that you might face along the way so that you are not discouraged when you meet up with an obstacle. Don’t be afraid to consider the worst case possible for any decision that you make. In fact it is better that you do so. Plan ahead and clean up your decision-making process so that you know that you are doing everything you can to strategize for success.

Once you begin to understand the power that you have over your life with every tiny choice that you make, you are ultimately going to begin to understand just how incredible your position really is. You have the opportunity to change your life every single day. All you have to do is take the first step and start strategizing for success.

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